The Benson (Experiment in Terror, #2.5)
A short, sexy and scary read.The Benson hotel in Portland, Oregon might look like your ordinary, swanky turn-of-the century hotel, but deep in the heart of this historic icon, lie a few restless souls with secrets that won't stay buried.Amateur ghost hunters (and your favorite "will they or won't... show more
A short, sexy and scary read.The Benson hotel in Portland, Oregon might look like your ordinary, swanky turn-of-the century hotel, but deep in the heart of this historic icon, lie a few restless souls with secrets that won't stay buried.Amateur ghost hunters (and your favorite "will they or won't they" pair) Perry Palomino and Dex Foray spend an evening exploring the hotel for their Internet show "Experiment in Terror" - but this is no ordinary hotel and this is no ordinary episode. There's someone here in the Benson, someone dead, who will push the boundaries of what the duo know about ghosts and challenge Perry's very notion of the truth.The Benson is a short novella in the Experiment in Terror Series. It occurs between books #2 (Red Fox) and #3 (Dead Sky Morning) but can also be read as a standalone and is the perfect primer for anyone interested in the best-selling series.
Publish date: January 6th 2012
Publisher: Metal Blonde Books
Pages no: 44
Edition language: English
Series: Experiment in Terror (#2)
Perry and Dex take a trip to a fancy hotel and Perry manages to almost get herself killed. Again. It's 100% Dex's fault. An air vent? Really? You know in the movies when you shout at the heroine note to do that stupid thing? Well prepare.
4 stars This was such a tiny story that I can't really give it 5 stars. I really enjoyed it anyway. Perry and Dex are in Seattle visiting the local haunted hotel: The Benson. Inside, they (Perry) unravel the mystery of ghost Parker, who had supposedly commited suicide in the premises when faced ...
Let's not kid ourselves - I wouldn't even if I wanted someone squishy to play with. Because he's condescending - petting Perry, insisting that her weight problem is 'nonexistent' in a manner that got on my nerves, and is totally okay with putting her in dangerous situations. First of all, if ...
Very interesting. I felt a little lost because I haven't read any of the Experiment in Terror books. I felt kinda scared while reading, gives you that spooky feeling. I'm definitely going to look into this series.
These sweet little ones we get in-between full novels. Tease.