Title: Jogger’s Hill
Author: Sean Kerr
Genre: Horror, Paranormal, Erotica
Length: Short (30pgs)
Publisher: eXtasy Books (October 11, 2017)
Heat Level: Moderate – Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: They say that more than a mouthful is a waste, but sometimes, a mouthful can kill.
Andrew has had the time of his life at GRL. He even got to meet his idol, but as a result of his outrageous flirting, he’s late leaving the event.
Unfamiliar with the roads of Colorado, Andrew takes a shortcut towards Thornton, following the directions of a sign onto a long dusty road. But the night has other plans for Andrew, and as his car breaks down on an isolated hill, he’s haunted by a terrifying voice.
Do it for Robin, the ghostly voice chants, but as a cute stranger comes to his rescue and lends him a helping hand, Andrew gets more than he bargained for.
Review: An amazing horror story that sends shivers through you at the climax of the book. I was stunned speechless at this brilliantly written short. Andrew waited to long to leave a convention. He is traveling to Thornton inn when he starts having car trouble, hearing a voice whispering t him and meets a cute guy on the side of the road.
I honestly would not have done what he had. My first thought would have been what is this young man doing out here in the middle of the night all alone in the darkness. The story takes on a terrifying tone as the revelations come to light when he actually makes it to the inn.