Die, My Love anthology // Review

November 20, 2020

Die, My Love anthology
Step into our web of lies, betrayal and murder. One tale twists into another in this macabre collection of horror. This is not a love story.

Die, My Love anthology


Authors include: Zoe Blake, Addison Cain, Stevie J. Cole, Ashleigh Giannoccaro, Jane Henry, Julia Sykes, and Celia Aaron
Release: February 4, 2019
Genre: Dark Horror
Heat level: all explicit
Format/Source: Amazon ebook purchase
Length: 135 pages

Soon you will learn your only salvation is with me.
I am the only one who will protect and cherish you.
I am the only one who knows everything about you….
every movement, every breath, every thought…I own.

You are mine.

Be careful to obey me, my love.
For my protection will become possession.
My fascination an obsession.
Love will bleed into hate at the slightest hint of betrayal.

You are mine.
You will learn your only salvation is with me…or pay the ultimate price.

Step into our web of lies, betrayal and murder. One tale twists into another in this macabre collection of horror. This is not a love story. This is what happens when love decays into mania.

The Perfect Wife by Zoe Blake
The Connoisseur by Addison Cain
Becoming by Celia Aaron
My Bloody Valentine by SJ Cole
Fool for Love by Julia Sykes
Chilling Seduction by Jane Henry
All Wrapped Up in a Bow by Ashleigh Giannoccaro
This was a super quick and super fun read! It was pure madness and I loved it. From one story to the next, I was busting around one dark corner only to be immersed in shadows. There was so much darkness, depravity, and disease. Well, disease of the mind anyway. I enjoyed the way that each story bled into the other, linking characters and creating drama in a seamless and yet chaotic fashion.

There's a wife who slowly (quickly) loses her mind, the disgusting doctor who wasn't interested in helping anyone but himself, the seemingly prince charming who was a necrophiliac in disguise, and the people who orchestrated it all. Death and destruction... that's what this collection is about and I think anyone who likes a bit of horror/weirdness in their lives should give it a go.

4 comments

  1. I like a good short story collection, and ooh vampires!

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    1. That's what was surprising about this collection. Looking at the cover, you would think vampires. But there weren't any. No paranormal activity at all :(

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