The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
Four university buddies go out to the Lewis family cabin near Tahoe for a few days of outdoor sports and hard partying. The stay has a horrible end, however, when three of the young men are found brutally murdered while the last one of the party has gone missing, presumed to be responsible for the killings.
Their best friend may be the prime suspect, but was he really responsible for the murders as evidence points to something far more sinister, something more beast than man?
Fueled by concern over the welfare of their best friend and tormented by all the unanswered questions, Bonnie and Eric decide to take a late-night drive to the cabin and take a look at the scene of the crime for themselves. The plan is simple: a quick look around and a return home before morning classes start.
But they have no idea of what savage secrets wait for them in the woods.
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Can’t lie, I love me a good monster book and who doesn’t love werewolves? The suspense here is gripping right from the start. Every time you think these characters are going to get a time out, something else happens. You have to keep reading, there’s not a good place to put it down, where you don’t feel like you’re missing something. I’m also in love with the villain. I relish when the bad guy is grey. Someone you want to root for, but deep down, you know is no good. Villains who make you question what you would do or who you might be if you were faced with their particular circumstances are my favorite. I hate characters that are evil because they’re born that way and I am always thrilled when a great one emerges from the woodwork. Well done, S.M. Sevón. The only thing that bugged me was there wasn’t enough character development. I feel like if the book hit the breaks a bit, and introduced us to the characters slower or gave us more time to get to know them when they weren’t running or fighting for their lives, I would have cared more about them. There were deaths I definitely felt like I should have been more devastated by, but I didn’t know them well enough to mourn. I’m hoping to get to know the main character Bonnie better in the next book!
Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite Blood and death await those who venture into the forests of Tahoe in the terrifying paranormal novel They Wait in The Woods (Bonnie Parker Series Book 1) by S.M. Sevón. College students Bonnie and Eric are in shock. Mac, their close friend, is missing and three of their other friends, one of them being Eric's brother, has been brutally murdered at Eric's parents' cabin at Lake Tahoe. The police believe Mac is the killer, but Bonnie and Eric know better. Together they drive to the crime scene to see if they can find Mac, but things don't go as they planned. They are assaulted by massive humanoid beasts; Eric is torn apart, and Bonnie loses consciousness. When Bonnie becomes aware of her surroundings, she finds herself in the Park Ranger's station on the following morning. Bonnie soon realizes she isn't even safe with the Rangers. Now Bonnie is running for her life, but where can she go? Who can she trust? Will Bonnie fall prey to the beasts that hunt her? They Wait in The Woods (Bonnie Parker Series Book 1) by S.M. Sevón is a nail-biting, fast-paced novel that keeps you on edge from the very beginning. It is an exhilarating story with violent shape-shifters hunting in a secluded area where unsuspecting people go to party, hunt, and fish. Reminiscent of campfire tales, it has the desired effect of striking fear and anxiety in the audience. As the plot unfolds, the apprehension intensifies until the story comes to its shocking conclusion. This is a fantastic supernatural novel with terrifying supernatural creatures that is sure to satisfy young adult and adult horror fans alike.