Release Date: September 12th 2011
*Book was provided by author for honest review*
Entangled includes ten suspense-filled paranormal stories from authors Lori Brighton, Michelle Diener, Cynthia Eden, Jennifer Estep, Misty Evans, Nancy Haddock, Liz Kreger, Dale Mayer, Michelle Miles, and Edie Ramer, plus a novella by Allison Brennan.
Stacia Kane contributed the foreword and the book’s formatting and cover art were also donated to the project.
What I thoughtI was really surprised when I read this anthology. It's rare for me to pick one of these up and like more than just one or two stories. But this had a really great collection of short stories. I got to read some stories from authors I've never read before and I love what I've read. Those authors have found their way onto my tbr list.There wasn't any that I hated, but there were some I loved and remember best out of all of them.
One, is Nancy Haddock's story. Phenomenal! My friends know how much I love the show, Ghost Hunters. Haddock's story was so intriguing and along the same lines that I was intrigued and pulled in. I have only read a few stories centered around ghosts and ghost hunting, but I do have to say, I love it. While it's a story that doesn't come from a series already in the works, I'm hoping that Nancy will let this become a series. It's definitely opened my eyes and I will be checking out her other works.
I'm a big fan of both Edie Ramer and Jennifer Estep. They had some great stories in this, both that go along with books they have written. A short story after Cattitude and Mythos Academy. I've only just read Touch of Frost and was squealing a bit to find a short story that follows after the first book in this anthology.
What touched me the most was, of course, the foreword. I teared up a little. The proceeds of this go to breast cancer research and all of the authors added a note after their stories with words of hope and encouragement. It's wonderful to see these authors pull together for such a cause that will hopefully help make a difference.
This is definitely worth a read. All the stories are fantastic and engaging. And the cause is worth it. Proceeds go to Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The authors tell of their loved ones who have suffered through breast cancer. I thought I'd add mine. My grandmother is a survivor of breast cancer. I adore her and look up to her and I'm glad she fought and won. My world wouldn't be the same without her. I hope that my grandchildren won't have to suffer through the same disease.
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