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#10: Grave Danger - Heather Graham


For special-effects artist Ali MacGregor, it can be hard to tell fantasy from reality. Especially when her coworker Victor leaves her alone in the studio one night, surrounded by scary creations—zombies, werewolves and mangled corpses. And then she hears footsteps.... Footsteps that shouldn't be there.
Nearby, Ali's ex, cop Greg Austin, is called to the graveyard set of a horror movie after a real corpse appears. But the dead man isn't who his ID says he is. And Victor isn't who he seems to be, either. Greg quickly realizes that Ali, the woman he's never stopped loving, is in grave danger.

  • Kindle: 177 KB
  • Print Length: 24 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin MIRA (August 1, 2012)
  • ASIN: B008PKPNIG

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REVIEW:
Awesome!
To be so short, but to be so scary is no easy task. Heather Graham pulls it off like it was easy though. You get pulled in deep, and at the end you are left wanting more but not cliffhanging.
Ali is cool but very naive. It gets used against her too often too. I knew loverboy was going to save her, it was a given, but there is a part of me that wish he hadn't. (LOL) Still, I'd like to read more about Ali and Greg. They are rather likable. 
A quick-paced thriller short story that lots of people will enjoy, including me!

4/5


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  1. Does the story continue in another book?

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  2. I love horror and Heather Graham. Perfect combination.

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    1. I agree with you totally, Amy! Thanks for sharing, Freda!
      sherry @ fundinmental

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  3. I just read it, Freda! This is Heather doing what she does best. And she was great, building the suspense and chills, and making you feel like you knew the characters. I'm always in awe of how well an author can build a complete story in such few words. This was sweet and intense. I've been reading her books for many years and love it when she adds that little bit of supernatural to her stories.

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