- Publisher: My Big Fat Orange Cat
- Published: September 15, 2018
It’s easy to check in to historic Kernroote Castle but checking out could be a different story.
Newly divorced Becca Winters hopes to write away her sorrows on an extended stay at the new Kernroote Castle hotel. Unfortunately, the Castle and its companions may have other plans for her.
The desk clerk is creepily serious and cold. The hallways are too silent and dark. Footsteps without a source thunder down the halls at night. Gardens change before Becca’s eyes. Certain she is having a breakdown, Becca intends to tough it out. However, even she has to acknowledge what her senses are telling her.
Unfortunately, her acceptance comes too late. Her tires are slashed and she is trapped at Kernroote.
Now, in order to save her own life, Becca must unravel the horrifying secrets of the ancient castle and the family that lives there.
“Elizabeth immerses her reader in the quintessential atmospheric horror, complete with the tension of the panicked fleeing from past nightmares, a foreboding Gothic Castle, and a looming terror that merges modern struggles with a slowly unraveling historic mystery. Make sure you bring a flashlight before you dig in. Oh, and maybe some Holy Water for good measure. Because Elizabeth isn’t afraid to drag you through every conceivable dark and shadowy corner.” — Mark Leslie, author of Tomes of Terror, I, Death and One Hand Screaming and editor of Fiction River: Feel the Fear and Campus Chills.