Tag: book review

Reception by Kenzie Jennings

Ansley Boone reconnects with family to attend her sister’s wedding as dutiful bridesmaid, yet things seem a little odd when she reaches the venue – an isolated resort without cell reception and very little staff. Eager to get the weekend over with, events take… Continue Reading “Reception by Kenzie Jennings”

Bodies: A Romantic Bloodbath by Moses Yuriyvich Mikheyev

Authenticity is at risk when genetically altered clones begin replacing the population, whether it’s spouses desiring improvement in their partners, or parents wishing for healthy children. Leo Oaks and his girlfriend find themselves getting deeper and deeper in a world full of secrets, where… Continue Reading “Bodies: A Romantic Bloodbath by Moses Yuriyvich Mikheyev”

Dead Inside by Chandler Morrison

A hospital security guard meets a maternity doctor with a deadness to her gaze, both of them soon discovering each other’s unusual appetites. Instead of rejection, they celebrate being different the only way they know how, by giving in to their abhorrent and gruesome… Continue Reading “Dead Inside by Chandler Morrison”