Please Note: The following are individual reviews for each of the stories found within this short story collection.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars.
The Chainsaw Chicks Of Chinese Camp
Eager to satisfy their hungry desires, Melissa, Shandra, Elena, and Ursula lure unsuspecting men toward their hidden camp on Maiden Lane. Beautifully, voluptuous Amazon’s, it takes quite a bit for their ‘guest’s’ to satiate their every whim. Yet most are quite willing to give the girl’s a go and help them find the release they so greatly seek. Read on »
Rae of Hope by W.J. May
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Haunted by the memories of her parent’s death when she was just six-years-old, Rae Kerrigan has done her best in moving forward. Her aunt and uncle have taken it upon themselves to raise her to the best of their ability. Yet there are things about Rae’s past that they’ve kept a secret from her. Secrets that are slowly catching up to each and every one of them.
Her life changes from the moment she’s sent back to England to attend a very posh private school. Whether it’s for better or worse, Rae isn’t sure, but she’s determined to live up to her family’s expectations. Sadly, her idea of school isn’t what she expected when she sets foot at the academy. Read on »
The Mark of Kane by L.W. Herndon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Thaddeus Kane has lived his life serving others. Abandoned at a young age, he had no choice but to succumb to Shalim, the leader of the demon clan that found him one day. Granted, his existence has never been a happy one, but he’s made sure to show those around him that he’s quite capable of living up to the clan’s standards. He harbors a strong will to live and will do anything to make sure he doesn’t check out early.
Tasked with searching for every single sorcerer and putting a stop to their sordid plans, Thaddeus is good at what he does. With the help of his trusty sidekick, Chaz, he’s never deterred from the missions he’s undertaken. Until now, that is. An unexpected source has alerted him to the sorcerer’s activities and Thaddeus is hell-bent on discovering what their current purpose is. Read on »