Cole is a Hollywood hunk who was cheated on by his wife. While going through a divorce, he starts to work on a movie in a small town. It is there he meets Summer. Summer, an outcast in her small town, is looking at getting out of said town.
I liked how Summer didn't treat Cole differently due to his fame. She calls him out, and I liked that. While I liked the slow burn romance- enemies to lovers- it was slow at times. But, this fit the mood I was in. This was a light, fun read.
The rooster, Cocky, was an awesome addition.
Typical Bentley. He has a knack for taking a seemingly innocent type of character and turning him into something that gives you the chills and leaves you feeling uneasy. In this case a run of the mill handyman who not only does shoddy work, but throw in some Vietnamese voodoo witchcraft, and you have a handyman from hell.
This one was creepy as heck, but fun read. Recommended for horror fans.
<!-- [if lte IE 9]> <![endif]--><!-- [if lt IE 9]> <![endif]--><!-- [if lt IE 8]> <![endif]--><!-- [if gte IE 8]><!--><!--<![endif]-->This one reminded me somewhat of the movie called "The Cabin in the Woods". If you've seen the movie, you'll know what I mean. This one has a bit more gore to it and some of the weirdest monsters I've ever read.