12 Sentence Saturday: The Inheritance

So I was over-eager. Apparently THIS week is the first 12 Sentence Saturday! Oops.

Anywho, this week I’ll go back to my first e-book release, The Inheritance. It’s a dramatic, psychological horror-type story involving the strained relationship between a woman and her dying father. Oh, and there are mind-games involving a story and creepy dolls, too.

The Twelve:

“‘Zane’s neck ached from not enough movement and he winced when he tried to turn his head. All he had to do was look down. The tainted perfume grew stronger and crawled right up his nostrils to the working cells in his brain. The soft outline of a ragtag cut hair was just barely visible in his peripheral vision.’”

“‘Inhumanly smooth plastic brushed up his arm. The molded fingertips were permanently curled and the seams of the plastic bit ever-so-lightly into his skin. “Daddy, I’m a good girl.” The voice was a soft whisper that was close to — but not the same — as his daughter’s. “I’ll be your little girl. I’ll sit with you.” A tight whine strangled out of his throat. It was worse than if the doll had wanted to kill him.


Curious? The cover will lead you to the buy link, and the blurb is below!

Kaylee has one night to re-connect with her ailing father, but they don’t have much to talk about. Inspired, she decides to read him a story that eerily mirrors their relationship. She wants to bury the hatchet so badly, but all she can remember are the pranks Zachary pulled and in an attempt to make parenthood interesting. But long ago Kaylee learned his Achilles heel, the one silly object that could undo him and change the balance in their relationship. Should she use it? Will she? Find out what happens when love and forgiveness become twisted by anger, retaliation, and disconnect.

Check out the other cool authors at 12 Sentence Saturday!


~ by admin on September 8, 2012.

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