WARNING: SOME SCENES MAY BE CONSIDERED OFFENSIVE.
“It’s her fault, really, flaunting herself. She invades my mind, taking over until I must do something to regain it, to be free of her.”
Wow! Gavin’s descent into madness didn’t take any side roads! I was along for the ride, and could’ve used a rest stop – being in such close proximity gives you an almost sixth sense on what others are feeling. And Gavin’s frustration is making my skin crawl! He is literally acting like Hannah is an addiction, because his ‘Hannah withdrawls’ are painful to read. The writing is so we’ll done that you are right inside those covers with your fictional friends. I’d want to put it down for a minute, but Rayne just laughs and says… “Buckle up, Bitch and enjoy your ride! No breaks for you!” Hahahaha Seriously, once you’re at a certain point it’s better to continue, especially if the story is this good.
I love this ‘He Said’ / ‘She Said’ style of story telling, and when Hannah did speak, we got to meet her inner-bad-ass! She’s a smart cookie and realized that there was going to be no white knight to rescue her. She plans to take her pound of flesh, and then haul ass before anything else happens to her, she knows her sanity is a fragile thing. This part of the book was deeply satisfying to read, especially after reading every word of what he did to her! You can cringe and smile at the same time! You look like you have to pee, but it’s done. It’s like laughing while puking.
Now comes the hard part… deciding which of Rayne Havok’s books to read next! I think it has to be Boys Will Be Boys this time. It’s calling my name!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Rayne has the attention span of a goldfish so she tends to write shorter stories.
Full of gory and gross thoughts that need to be put to paper, she writes all the time to clear space for the new stuff. She is a huge fan of horror and loves to be shocked by all things ‘extreme’. She focuses on the human condition, what causes people to do the things they do and the possibility that not all of it is wrong.
She’s all about the bloody and gruesome, but also loves to sprinkle it with gratuitous sex.
She is a little psychotic and a little sweet, lives in Phoenix Arizona- but doesn’t get out much for fear of melting to death in the desert heat.
“I always know the ending, then I write the story for it.”
“Writing horror is burning a room full of people. Writing extreme/gore horror is following them inside to listen to their skin crackle.”
Her latest masterpiece, Killstream, will be published September 16th – mark your calendars!
Wesley gets an invitation from Killstreme, a snuff production company, to star in his very own snuff film. It’s an opportunity he can’t refuse.Available on Amazon, (and KU) September 16, 2020.