Title: Haunting Adeline
Author: H.D. Carlton
Genre: Dark Suspense
Publish Date: July 17, 2021
Video trailer: Ashes and Vellichor
Review Source: Wildfire Marketing Solutions
I can manipulate the emotions of anyone who lets me.
I will make you hurt, make you cry, make you laugh and sigh.
But my words don't affect him. Especially not when I plead for him to leave.
He's always there, watching and waiting.
And I can never look away.
Not when I want him to come closer.
I didn't mean to fall in love.
But now that I have, I can't stay away.
I'm mesmerized by her smile, by her eyes, and the way she moves.
The way she undresses...
I'll keep watching and waiting. Until I can make her mine.
And once she is, I'll never let her go.
Not even when she begs me to.
Trigger Warning: This book ends on a cliffhanger. It is a dark romance that contains graphic violence, dub/non-con, and deals with subject matters such as child trafficking and human sacrifice. If you have ANY triggers at all, this may not be the story for you.
Haunting Adeline was one interesting read. One of a kind, out of the box, yet completely intriguing. I could not put it down.
Who would have thought that you can have feelings for your “shadow”? The moment that Adeline felt Z’s presence in the bookstore at her signing, she was drawn to him. She never feared him, although she definitely should have. He knew her ins and outs, he knew her innermost thoughts, and yet she craved his attention. She wanted more. The thing is ... can she trust the man that watches her? What is his endgame?
Be sure to pick up your copy of Haunting Adeline. You won’t be disappointed!
H. D. Carlton grew up in a small town in Ohio. She suffers by the hands of Mother Nature cursing the area with all four seasons in the span of a week. By day, she does boring adult stuff, by night, she’s putting her imagination into words as her cat climbs all over her. She published a few poems back in her days, but now she is devoted to turning poetry into stories. Stories that feature wicked worlds and the worst kind of villains that don’t talk about themselves in the third person.
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