EXCERPT and GIVEAWAY
by Krystal Wade
"To cure fear, you must use fear."
Rose Briar claims no responsibility for the act that led to her imprisonment in an asylum. She wants to escape, until terrifying nightmares make her question her sanity and reach out to her doctor. He’s understanding and caring in ways her parents never have been, but as her walls tumble down and Rose admits fault, a fellow patient warns her to stop the medications. Phillip believes the doctor is evil and they’ll never make it out of the facility alive. Trusting him might be just the thing to save her. Or it might prove the asylum is exactly where she needs to be.
The author reads the first chapter.
Praise for the Book
"... hang on tight and go for a wild ride with an awesome horror retelling of a fairytale story. If you like stories with twists and turns, horror, psychological twisters, some violence, a little love story, then maybe this book is for you. But be prepared to be a little shaken after you read it! I also need a Kleenex for the last chapter." ~ Kelly
"Another book by Krystal Wade that goes straight to my 'favorites' shelf. It's amazing how this book can bring so many emotions out of me and leaves me being a sobbing mess in the end!" ~ Gina (A Thousand Books)
"I've never read a book where the MC is an unreliable narrator, and now that I have, wow, just ... wow. Rose Briar is one confused chick. Half the time I wasn't sure if she was really crazy or everyone else in that institution was. I COULD NOT put this book down. I had to know whether she was dreaming or not. What was real, and what was not. The suspense killed me! A must read for anyone who's into mind-bending fiction or creepy suspense reads." ~ Eliza Tilton
"Mental illness troubles have always been a little misunderstood. I am glad I read it. I am enjoying being exposed to different types of writing." ~ Jackie Garcia
About the Author
Krystal Wade can be found in the sluglines outside Washington D.C. every morning, Monday through Friday. With coffee in hand, iPod plugged in, and strangers-who sometimes snore, smell, or have incredibly bad gas-sitting next to her, she zones out and thinks of fantastical worlds for you and me to read. How else can she cope with a fifty mile commute?
Good thing she has her husband and three kids to go home to. They keep her sane.
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