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Teaser Tuesday ~ October 13, 2020 ~ The Hungry Ones by Chris Sorensen @casorensen #TeaserTuesday

Hello awesome readers and welcome to Teaser Tuesday, a Meme, created by The Purple Booker, that wants you to add books to your TBR, or just share what you are currently reading. It is very easy to play along:

– Grab your current read
– Open to a random page
– Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
– BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
– Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers! Everyone loves Teaser Tuesday.

This is my current read,

The Hungry Ones (Book 2 of the Messy Man Series) by Chris Sorensen

The Hungry Ones by Chris Sorensen Book

I am so excited to be getting into this book, it is already SO GOOD. I absolutely adored book 1, The Nightmare Room, you can find my review for that here. I’m glad I have a chance to get back into this book that I started such a long time ago and what better time of year than October to read such a scary horror novel! If you like haunted house horrors then I would highly suggest starting with book 1, The Nightmare Room which like book 2 is free with Kindle Unlimited! I don’t know about you but I’m going to try to update my subscription to get the 6 months for $30 with the Prime Day deal (today/tomorrow). Unlimited books for $5/month? Yes, please!

Genres: Horror, Psychological Thriller, Haunted Motel, Novel Series

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Here are my teasers:

“Jessie stood alone for a moment in the filthy motel bathroom.

She was about to follow after Steph when she heard a faint squeak. Not a mouse squeak. Not an animal. But the drawn out sound of skin on a smooth surface. Like a hand wiping down a fogged mirror.”

“A loud thud startled her, and she cried out. Turning she found that the paint can had fallen behind the desk. Its contents were splattered across the back wall as if shot from a cannon. Or a gun. A violent bloom of Persian red.”


At the outskirts of Maple City sits the Crossroads Motel, a throwback to the days when the motor lodge was king. Two years ago, the motel was the site of an act so brutal that its buildings were left to rot.

Jessie Voss, however, sees promise in the Crossroad’s bare bones and buys it up, determined to breathe new life into the place.

When the Larson family shows up on her doorstep, road-weary and desperate for a break, Jessie offers them lodging, even though her grand opening is still a week away.

But the arrival of guests awakens the motel, and Jessie soon finds herself host to both the living and the dead.

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