Meet Dixon Reuel
Holly Decker is the daughter of a notorious vampire slayer and soon becomes a target for a vampire
Floating Hair is a bleak, brutal, and unsettling horror novel. If you are looking for something cozy, this really isn’t it.
David, mourning for his wife, returns to the town of his childhood: finding love and solace and escape.
Yet sometimes the past won’t remain buried as it should. Sometimes it returns hungry for revenge. So very hungry…
Okay, so you’ve clicked on “Read more” and want to know further details about my novel:
Floating Hair is a gothic horror novel, with a female perspective, set in north-eastern United States.
David, grieving for his lost wife, returns to Malsham: a town filled with romantic, sexual, and criminal lives.
And some bad men. Especially one…
In 1692, Lucy was burned as a witch to conceal his crime: the ravaging fire destroying every aspect of her identity. In the centuries that follow, no-one is held responsible. But now she is given a chance of retribution…
On a cold October night, there is a light in the sky. The population of Malsham watches its blazing progress, before it crashes into the lake. In that moment before impact, some become psychically bound: their lives forever linked.
The explosion resurrects Lucy as a relentless fiery vampire. Initially unable to leave the waters, she births small dragons which feed upon the townspeople: gaining sustenance from their endeavours.
Rain deluges the region. Hauling herself from the lake, the rainwater coats her skin: churning from transparent into disparate dark colours. She strides towards the closest house…
Trigger warning: This book features dragons. If you survived the burning of King’s Landing, please give this one a miss…
Meet Lee Cushing
This fast-paced adventure is a must-read for horror aficionados and lovers of all things that are scary, gruesome and thought-provoking.
Welcome to Meadowsville, the home of the most popular urban myth, Mr. Smith. This viscous, vampire-like entity rules over this booming town by any means necessary, slaughtering its citizens, and upholding a long-standing tradition. Follow several residents as they form an unlikely alliance to combat the common threat of this dangerous monster and embark on an undertaking that will change each of them and their town forever.
She was plagued by a duty to protect the vulnerable and innocent, and to save what used to be and what still could be. This could drive anyone to commit atrocities. In their minds, the end justifies the means, even if it turns them into a monster in the process. It is often thought that heartlessness causes pain and destruction, but it is sorrow that drives vengeance and anger.
For fans of YA fantasy and romance comes a new addiction impossible to put down.
“It’s like Twilight meets Harry Potter!”
What if you can’t trust your own family?
Robyn’s parents are ruining her life. As if their constant bickering and embarrassing behavior wasn’t bad enough, they’ve forbidden her from hanging out with her crush just when a flirty new girl moves to their block. Strangely enough, Robyn’s parents look the other way when her big brother breaks curfew… even after a local girl’s violent murder.
With the neighborhood on high alert, strange sightings are on the rise and the accusations begin to fly. Between her brother’s nighttime excursions and her parents’ odd behavior, Robyn starts to worry that the killer may be living under her own roof. In a town where neighbor has turned against neighbor, deciding whom to trust with her dark fears could be a matter of life and death…
Flesh and Blood is the first book in a fun and frightening series of romantic paranormal mysteries. If you like terrifying thrills, flesh and blood characters, and vampires without the sparkle, then you’ll love Willow Rose’s tale of suburban terror.