So Damn Beautiful Prelude: Seduction and Pursuit

      A.E. Hodge / Horror / Thrillers & Crime
So Damn Beautiful Prelude: Seduction and Pursuit

Dazzled by Christian's hypnotic seduction, single mother Meredith goes home with him against her better judgment, to his apartment in the underbelly of Detroit. Big mistake. For Christian's smile hides deadly secrets, and he wants more than a one-night stand. He wants to keep Meredith--forever.After her husband's death, single mother Meredith just wants to raise her son in peace--until her handsome young co-worker Christian catches her eye. Dazzled by Christian's hypnotic seduction, Meredith goes home with him against her better judgment, to his apartment in the dark underbelly of Detroit. Big mistake. For Christian's easy smile hides deadly secrets, and he wants more than a one-night stand. He wants to keep Meredith forever. PRELUDE is a short story prequel to the crime horror-thriller series SO DAMN BEAUTIFUL, a finished trilogy intended for adults. The other books in the series include:1. So Damn Beautiful: The Lonely One (So Damn Beautiful, #1)2. So Damn Beautiful: Children's Home 5 (So Damn Beautiful, #2)3. So Damn Beautiful: Lost Sanctum (So Damn Beautiful, #3)
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    Happiness, Inc.

      A.E. Hodge / Humor / Horror
Happiness, Inc.

When a freak accident exposes pharmaceutical company employee Bob to dangerous levels of the ADHD wonder drug, Tranquilify, Bob finds himself capable of superhuman focus and dedication to his mindlessly boring day job. But as the side effects become apparent, the question is no longer whether Bob can focus on his job--but what price will he pay for his dedication?Like every good American, Bob hates his job. He'd rather be playing guitar, goofing off, or spending time with his family. He dreams of being a rock star while he works just hard enough not to get fired at pharmaceutical company Happiness, Inc.All that changes when a freak accident exposes Bob to dangerous levels of the ADHD wonder drug, Tranquilify. Suddenly, Bob finds himself capable of superhuman focus and dedication to his mindlessly boring day job. But as the side effects become apparent, the question is no longer whether Bob can focus on his job--but what price will he pay for his dedication?
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