Grave Hauntings: Where Sexy and Sinful Meets Dark and Chilling

Grave Hauntings: Where Sexy and Sinful Meets Dark and Chilling

by Suzy Ayers

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Just in time to send a shudder up your spine, Grave Hauntings has a mixture of scary, sexy, and downright sizzlingly HOT short stories. The talented authors in this group worked excruciatingly hard to make your evenings seem a touch creepier and the corners feel a bit darker. There’s something for everyone. From vampires and wolves, to ghosts and zombies, to death dealers – well, as far as those are concerned, you might find a friend to hide behind.

This may be a season of fun and excitement for the children as they imbibe too much sugar, but we feel the adults need a Halloween jolt as well. Come celebrate the true Halloween spirit with us.

Charity Parkerson
Suzy Ayers
The Black
Thianna D.
C.E. Black
Eric Keys
Will LaForge
Corey Harper
Darling Adams

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046229301
Publisher: Suzy Ayers
Publication date: 10/12/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 149,553
File size: 359 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Suzy Ayers is a Bestselling Author of "Sara's Awakening" in Fantasy (Metaphysical/Visionary). She has multiple Erotica titles that have also been in the Amazon Bestseller lists within the free categories.

Her main focus is Romance, which crosses many genres including: Erotica, Fantasy and coming soon Paranormal. Her short stories and books twist into happily-for-now or happily-ever-after's.

Suzy attempts to write in a manner that pulls you into the erotic event and paints an explicit scene of lust and passion. Her purpose of expressing it in this manner is that she believes that sex and love are intertwined and are healthy expressions of the human heart. Her writing depicts true to life characters with flaws and showcases that the world is sometimes sad; people are not one dimensional shells. We somehow become stronger and this to her is beautiful.

Suzy Ayers grew up on Cape Cod, MA and many of her books are based in the New England area. Beyond her passion of writing she loves to read and devours books at a rapid pace. She's also passionate about music; you'll find her singing everywhere. And when she remembers, she practices yoga. She loves to laugh and be surrounded by people who make her laugh. Her other creative outlet is cooking. Basically, she is all over the place. You can find all of this on her Twitter, blog and Facebook accounts.

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Grave Hauntings: Where Sexy and Sinful Meets Dark and Chilling 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LacoleK More than 1 year ago
This book was one of a few that entered into my Indie Author Game. I wasn't sure what to expect going into this because I've never read a book that had several short stories in it. I'm please to say that every author featured in this collection can create a pretty horrific and compelling story. The stories seemed to have a theme that flowed well together. You get a little snippet of each author's writing style and it leaves you wanting more. I noticed a couple errors but nothing that stood out and screamed at me. Each of the stories were unique and you got to experience many supernatural beings. This book was rated R for sexual content and if you like the down and dirty, this is exactly what you'll get.  Some of the stories are down right raunchy but for most, this isn't a problem. I connected most with the first and last stories. I wanted to learn more about Brick and Raven, these two characters can be found in the first and last stories. I enjoyed the writing style of all the authors within this book and look forward of checking them out individually. Every story is short, so it makes for a quick and intriguing read.  The only complaint I have (and it's so minor) is there were too many POVs. The story started off in the view of Jimmy.  Then we bounce to Brick's POV and towards the end we get a third-person point of view. Overall? I give this read a four stars! I would definitely get lost in any of these author's world.