When I heard this set was only $0.99 cents I have to admit I one-clicked it to my Kindle. That is less than $0.05 cents a story! With over 5000 pages, I doubt this is something I will be reading for review. This is gonna be just for fun. I am hosting a giveaway for (1) ebook copy of Pandora Boxed Set. Scroll down for details…
*TWENTY COMPLETE FULL-LENGTH NOVELS AND NOVELLAS FOR $0.99! NO CLIFFHANGERS!*
PANDORA, a best-selling boxed set of wicked paranormal reads, is brought to you by twenty exciting, best-selling, and award-winning authors!
Do you dare open the box?
INTO YOU by Riley J Ford, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author:
What if you could know exactly what your friends are thinking? High school student Winter Reynolds can, but there’s a catch…
She can only read people’s thoughts when she’s kissing them.
HER SWEETEST DOWNFALL by Rebecca Hamilton, Amazon Best-Selling and Film-Optioned Novelist:
Ophelia’s initiation into the supernatural council won’t be complete until she kills the man she loves.
THE AWAKENING by Apryl Baker, Amazon Best-Selling and Film-Optioned Novelist:
Snap…crackle…pop. The sounds of bones breaking and shifting and of muscles tearing haunt Alexandria Reed.
Aided by her new friends, who have some dark secrets themselves, can she and Jason survive long enough to figure out the secret behind the secret?
CLEOPATRA’S NEEDLE by Carole Lanham, Amazon Best-Selling Author and Bram Stoker Award Nominee:
“There are monsters in this world, I’ve learned, and sometimes I have fallen victim to them and sometimes I have been one.”
A story of Welsh witchcraft, love, and murder.
THE WATER WOLF by Thomas Sullivan, Pulitzer Prize Nominee:
A global quest by a cynical adventurer searching for links in a colossal subterranean network he has stumbled upon lead him from the ancient fortress at Cuzco, Peru, to the Pyramids of Giza to a dangerous churchyard in Connemara, Ireland, where he falls in love with a woman of more than mortal roots and encounters the strange magic of a small village.
SUMMONED by Rainy Kaye, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
A dark twist on genie folklore, SUMMONED follows a reluctant criminal as he unravels the mystery of the paranormal bond controlling him.
THE BREAKER’S CODE by Conner Kressley, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
Cresta’s the kind of girl who thinks everything is the end of the world. Turns out, she might be right.
THE FORGOTTEN ONES by Laura Howard, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
Truths have a way of revealing themselves. Secrets will eventually surface. And Allison must learn to set aside her plan and work with her father if there is even a small chance it could restore her mother’s sanity.
A PRESCRIPTION FOR DELIRIUM by Noree Cosper, B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree:
Demons, werewolves, possessed bikers, madness spreading like a virus, and a revenge that has waited for over five-hundred years.
What more could Gabby look for in a vacation spot?
WHAT TRULY KNOWS by Louise Caiola, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
She was born with the Magical Knowing – a gift, some said. A curse, said others.
But for Truly, it was the very thing meant to save her life. If it didn’t kill her first.
SHADE by Kelley Anne Blount, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
The traumatic kidnapping of Abriana Vega, a Hispanic college student.
DEAD GIRLS NEVER SHUT UP by Susan Stec, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
Toni’s grandmother is a psychopath. Her sister is a ghost. Her boyfriend is possessed. And she has no idea who she is.
FOUR IN THE MORNING by Christi Goddard, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
When a smart-ass magical creature invades Kathleen’s life, a boy she hates turns up dead and her mother goes missing.
THE PORTRAIT OF ALATIEL SALAZAR by Steven Katriel, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
When Gabriel Holland’s beloved Helena vanishes from his life, he journeys to the home of disgraced artist Cristian Salazar, the man he holds responsible for her disappearance and the death of several friends.
THE TRAITORS’ TRILOGY by Heather Kenealy, winner of MTV’s “Stan Lee presents the Seekers” contest and Cinescape’s Short Story Contest:
Betrayal comes with a price. For these betrayers, it also comes with an opportunity.
EYES OF THE SEER by Peter Dawes, Blogger Book Fair Reader’s Choice Award winner:
It all started with a murder, but what laid in wait would turn a man into a monster.
INVISIBLE by DelSheree Gladden, Amazon Best-Selling Author:
Being invisible won’t hide Mason for long.
LIE TO ME by Angela Fristoe, winner of TheNextBigWriter 2010 Strongest Start Romance Category:
As a Truth Teller, Phoebe knows a lie when she hears it.
Knowing what to do when her best friend lies is the problem, because in lies, intention is everything.
MADE TO FORGET by Samantha LaFantasie:
After waking up in a hospital with no memory, Elsabetha quickly learns those who claim to be her friend are anything but.
TRUE CONNECTION by Rachel Walter:
With the help of supernatural friends and protectors, Jazzy thinks she’s safe until what remains of her family is put in danger. Does she have what it takes to save her family, life, soul, and soul mate, or will all be lost?
by Apryl Baker
Alexandria Nicolette Reed
August 3, 1996 – August 25, 2012
Loving Daughter and Sister
Shy, Quiet, Reserved
Weird, Insane, and Invisible
May You Rest In Peace
And Never Return
You Will Not Be Remembered
I remembered that day in the park. I remembered writing the eulogy into my journal, tearing it out and shredding it. The pieces floated away on the wind like dandelion wisps. I remembered how I’d felt that day—excited, scared, determined.
Looking back now, I realize how innocent I had been. I’d thought The Event had changed me all those years ago, but I was wrong. It had been those words I’d written on that piece of paper which had truly sealed my fate.
I am Alexandria Nicolette Deveraux and this is my story.
I ran through the woods, the sunlight warm on my face.
The sounds of the forest blended into the wind that tore at my fur. The ground gave way beneath my paws as I launched myself through the trees. Never had I felt so free, so exhilarated. I owned these woods. Branches tugged, trying to slow me down as I bounded through the maze of trunks and undergrowth. The cold autumn air smelled of dying leaves—their moldy, decaying odor signaling the birth of fall.
I was home.
I slowed, catching the scent of a deer and wove between the trees until I saw it.
A doe stood before me drinking from the stream that wound its way down through the mountains. I admired the beauty of the animal. I found the deer’s gentle eyes rather expressive. They glowed with a shy innocence.
I inched closer, testing the wind. It blew towards me. My scent wouldn’t reach her and I wanted a chase, a more challenging kill. As I eased forward, I made no attempt to hide the sound of the leaves crunching beneath me. I wanted her to hear me.
Turning toward the noise, she saw me and went completely still for a heartbeat. Her eyes reflected her fear, her sudden panic.
Her tail twitched and she bolted.
Growling, I barreled after her, letting her think she could be fast enough to get away. Silly creature. As if she could ever be faster than me. I lived to run.
She streaked through the trees and I let her have her way for a bit. I enjoyed the chase. The sound of her deep, labored breathing drove me on, the smell of her fear driving me a little crazy. The thrill of the hunt wormed through me, building the sense of anticipation of the kill. I could almost taste all that hot blood gushing into my mouth. Her fear smelled sweet to my senses and made my hunger increase. I howled a challenge at her. She turned to start up the mountainside. I snarled and jumped, taking her down in one leap.
My teeth bit into her neck even as she bucked beneath me, trying to free herself. Adrenaline surged through me—the exhilaration of the hunt flooded my senses with her futile struggles. I had taken her down. She was mine. Victory made my snarl all the more fierce in the face of her soft whimpers. Mine. All mine.
As I had no wish to make her suffer I killed her quickly. Then I set to enjoying my kill. Her warm blood filled my mouth, coated my muzzle. I ripped and tore at the flesh until my stomach became full and sated. I left the carcass for the smaller animals. I was done and there were others that were hungry.
Running softly, I splashed into the creek to enjoy the feel of the cold water as I rinsed the blood from my coat. The water always soothed me. I blinked my eyes, more than a little sleepy now and thought I might find a quiet place to rest. I stepped out of the water and the unfamiliar scent hit me.
I tasted the air around me. A sweetly bitter scent, not one I recognized teased my senses. It did not belong in these woods. I started to track the smell, listening for sounds. I heard nothing, but the smell became stronger the farther out I searched.
He jumped in front of me and shook his head, warning me to go no further. Rage filled me. Who was he to tell me what I could or could not do in my own forest? I growled a warning low in my throat.
He snarled at me in reply.
His head whipped around as he too caught the scent I’d been tracking. I stared past him.
A new hunter had arrived.
He stood silently watching us, an indulgent smile on his lips. I felt fear gazing into that smiling face.
The hunter started forward.
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