Author: A.D. Roland

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Book Review Bearskin from Wickedly Twisted: Fairy Tales for Adults

Book Review Bearskin from Wickedly Twisted: Fairy Tales for Adults

This review is for Bearskin by A.D. Roland. (One of the 5 stories in this anthology). Pan’s Curse is a sweet and unique paranormal romance story. It truly had a fairy tale feel to it and was reminiscent of the Beauty and the Beast, sans the kidnapping bit, and the Princess and the Frog. The Devil’s deal is never what one anticipates, right? I enjoyed the darkness of the main character, Valdus. I know that sounds odd, but I did. The light and… Read more »

Horror Book Review: Congenital Defects by A.D. Roland

Horror Book Review: Congenital Defects by A.D. Roland

    Congenital Defects by A.D. Roland is a full out horror that brings you in, traumatizes you and then haunts not only your nightmares but your day dreams as well. In other words…it does everything a horror book should do. Congenital Defects is NOT for the faint at heart. If you are the type of reader that searches blurbs and book information for trigger warnings, then this book is probably one you want to pass up. It pushes boundaries… Read more »

Book Review: Wraithborne by A.D. Roland

Book Review: Wraithborne by A.D. Roland

Wraithborne by A.D. Roland is a creep and entertaining read from beginning to end and a refreshing change to my normal reading line-up. Wraithborne was more than just a great surprise, it fulfilled my mood for something creepy and delivered more than I was expecting! My subconscious was filled to the brim with crazy and it ran with it! Just what I want from a horror, something that digs in and takes hold. Vada is an artist married to a police officer and they have a… Read more »