3 WOMEN BOUND BY THE CURSE OF AN ANCIENT AMULET
Your wish is granted…or is it?
Success sometimes comes at a price. It is a lesson many learn without dire circumstances, but for Casey Smith, Delphi Connors and Tracie Brown, the circumstances of their success result in death for the people they love.
In Tempestuous Tales, three women face an unexplained vanishing, a sadistic marriage, and finally a visit from beyond the grave, after wishing on an ancient talisman.
Delphi has finally made her mark on the music industry and returns to Dallas to complete the recording of a movie soundtrack when she finds herself pulled back into a social life that she thought she left behind. A night drive around the city to unwind brings more than she wished for.
Casey’s life turns a full 360 when she wins an extreme adventure reality TV show contest, then shortly after marries the man of her dreams. She quickly discovers that in reality, she’s trapped in her worst nightmare.
Tracie gets the chance of a lifetime to co-write the memoir of a rising celebrity–a job that takes her on Trip Back Home—and coincides with her ten-year high school reunion. When a dark stranger returns an ancient amulet to her brother, she learns her fate has been tied to Casey’s and Delphi’s all along and now she must make a decision that could mean losing one of her friends forever.
Tempestuous Tales, binds these lifelong friends together as they are propelled toward a cliffhanger conclusion.
If you enjoy classic horror reads such as The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs, Night Drive by Will F. Jenkins and Bluebeard’s Bride by Sarah Holland, based on the works of Charles Perrault, then you’ll be more than tempted by Tempestuous Tales!“You will enjoy these three separate, but connected paranormal suspense tales from the very first page to the breath-taking cliff-hanger ending…” ~Carol Marrs Phipps, Co-author of ELF KILLERS “The last scene really got to me in ways I can’t explain. There’s hope, fear, disappointment, and a bit of desperation. How can you hate someone who did and meant good? Well, I faced that dilemma right at the end and I’m still carrying it with me. The best and strongest ending possible for this book!” ~Su Halfwerk, author of Hellbound, Seekers and Intricate Entanglement