His Cemetery Doll

His Cemetery Doll Brantwijn Serrah
  • Title: His Cemetery Doll
  • Author: Brantwijn Serrah
  • ISBN: 9781513050829
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • His Cemetery Doll Brantwijn Serrah His Cemetery Doll There s a woman in the graveyard Conall Mackay never put stock in ghost stories Not even after thirteen years serving as the cemetery keeper in the village of Whitetail Knoll But things change Now hi
    There s a woman in the graveyard.Conall Mackay never put stock in ghost stories Not even after thirteen years serving as the cemetery keeper in the village of Whitetail Knoll But things change Now, his daughter is dreaming of a figure among the tombstones The grounds are overrun by dark thorns almost faster than Con can clear them White fog and gray ribbons creep up oThere s a woman in the graveyard.Conall Mackay never put stock in ghost stories Not even after thirteen years serving as the cemetery keeper in the village of Whitetail Knoll But things change Now, his daughter is dreaming of a figure among the tombstones The grounds are overrun by dark thorns almost faster than Con can clear them White fog and gray ribbons creep up on him in the night, and a voiceless beauty beckons him from the darkest corners of the graves.When the world he knows starts to unravel, Conall might finally be forced to believe.
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    About Brantwijn Serrah


    1. When she isn t visiting the worlds of immortals, demons, dragons and goblins, Brantwijn fills her time with artistic endeavors sketching, painting, customizing My Little Ponies and sewing plushies for friends She can t handle coffee unless there s enough cream and sugar to make it a milkshake, but try and sweeten her tea and she will never forgive you She moonlights as a futon for four lazy cats, loves tabletop role play games, and can spend hours watching Futurama, Clay or Buffy the Vampire Slayer while she writes or draws.In addition to her novels, Brantwijn has had several stories published in anthologies by Breathless Press, including the 2013 Crimson Anthology and 2014 Ravaged Anthology She s also had a short story published in the Cleiss Press Big Book of Orgasm and the anthology Coming Together Through The Storm She hopes to have several tales to tell as time goes on She has author pages on GoodReads and , and loves to see reader comments on her work Her short stories occasionally pop up at Foreplay and Fangs, her blog at brantwijn.


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    1. His Cemetery Doll The title alone captured my interest, but once I read the excerpt I was entranced A former soldier, Conall Mackay, is raising a child alone a child he found in a graveyard The author, Brantwjin Serrah, has an imagination that outreaches past the graveyard, and into the madness beyond Yet, she still incorporates tenderness and empathy into the story His Cemetery Doll is full of deep imagery So deep that I could feel the mist, see the fog, and taste the wintery breath of whispers [...]

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    2. Conall and his daughter Shyla live in a big house next to the cemetery where Conall is the grave keeper He keeps it neat and tidy and makes sure nothing is ever out of the ordinary The two of them were perfectly happyuntil she showed up A ghost looking creature that feel and looks like a real porcelain doll, has appeared in the graveyard She seems sad and lonely, like she s lost something very important Shyla see s her first, and and alerts her father who is skeptical at first, but within a day, [...]

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    3. When I first started this book, I wasn t sure what to expect But as I got to reading it, I found myself swept away into the story and I couldn t put it down I was drawn in until the very end and I thoroughly enjoyed this book

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    4. Review His Cemetery DollI received this book from the author and from Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock This is a stand alone book and ends with an HEA.Conall is a single father He is raising a child, found orphaned, as his own Conall and his daughter, Shyla, live as cemetery caretakers One night a woman appears to them This woman looks like a porcelain doll, with all the joints and ribbons all over her It seems the doll may dislike Shyla, but begins a passionate affair with Conall How th [...]

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    5. His Cemetery Doll by Brantwijn Serrah is a haunting tale of a man who stepped up, saving a child he knew nothing about, only to later understand evil comes in many shapes and sizes as he tries to protect the things that matter most to him while falling in love with the very one who could be his downfall.This story is a unique read Sure there is a creepy factor here, but like all things Brantwijn writes there is a deep emotional level of connection I felt with the characters because she made them [...]

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    6. It s been a good long while since I have read a book that completely melds a few different genres together so fluidly but Ms Serrah not only did it, she did it with style.A strong, solid plot coupled with haunting empathy pulls you into a twilight world full of ethereal shadows and dark fantasy that literally hooks you from beginning to end I laughed, cried and hoped, falling in love with Conall, his Cemetery Doll and especially Shyla, the adopted daughter of Conall Quite the spunky lass, if you [...]

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    7. Wow I m breathless from reading this story While not giving spoilers, this is a creepily romantic read which will leave you dying to turn each page and discover the characters Beautifully written, each character has flaws which make them as human as you or I and gives the story layer upon layer of richness More than a romance or a ghost story, this is also fantasy mixed with an too real reality Con is an extremely likable Hero Shy is portrayed wonderfully as that not a child but not yet a teen s [...]

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    8. If this had been a YA thriller, I may have given it four, possibly five, stars.But this is a paranormal erotica novel, for 18 only, and for a reading level like that, the story had a rather predictable ending and had gaps, which I won t go into because I don t want to give away any spoilers I do give props to the author for the amazing creepiness of the doll herself, but it wasn t enough to hold me in suspense as an adult thriller should Without the sex scenes, this would have made a great, chil [...]

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    9. I just finished reading an advance copy of this book I really enjoyed it The story hooked me immediately, and I couldn t put it down until I finished This book contains elements of all of my favorite genres Horror, Romance, Ghosts, Mysticism, Kidnapping, Suspense, even a few really steamy sex scenes I will definitely be reading from this author Her plot line is strong, her imagery is fantastic, and her editing is tight I didn t find a single typoa pet peeve I definitely recommend reading The Ce [...]

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    10. This book was an interesting read The idea behind it was not something that has been overdone It drug a little and at some points I could predict what the outcome was going to be I found some of the interactions with the doll a little disturbing The ending took me by surprise and left me wondering I think this book is worth a read and would read something from this author again.

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    11. When I first started this book, I wasn t sure what to expect But as I got to reading it, I found myself swept away into the story and I couldn t put it down I was drawn in until the very end and I thoroughly enjoyed this book

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    12. A terrific read that would make a good sensuous horror filmI thoroughly enjoyed this story The hero Conall is a nice, ordinary, decent man, possibly one of the best moral men I ve come across in ages The child, Shyla, is a great character too, sensitive and not mawkish The story itself built nicely, and there was a good balance between horror and hope Without going into spoilers, this is a story you will probably want to read in one go.One thing that thrilled me was that it s set in the UK after [...]

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    13. OMG This book was amazing I couldn t put it down Very well written My fave character is Broken Doll Such a ghostly beautiful woman This author is amazing I recommend her books.

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    14. I ve often referred to getting a review copy from an author as getting a Christmas present Like presents under the tree, I resist the urge to peek, shake and rattle the present, preferring instead to enjoy the surprise that comes from opening the package For this reason, I don t research the author or the book before reading it When the pages start turning, there is a 50 50 chance you will get a soft cardigan to wrap up in, or another ugly sweater from Great Aunt Nettie that hurts your eyes You [...]

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    15. Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books.Don t you just love it when someone comes up with something different I ve filed this under horror and paranormal, because,for me, it covers both bases so beautifully Conall is working the grave yard, raisng his daughter as best he can The local priest wants Shyla to join the Sisters up the road, to learn nursing Conall is not best pleased by the idea He is also struggling with the over growing weeds and vines, that seem to double in siz [...]

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    16. There is a women in the graveyard She is hauntingly beautiful and looks like a porcelain doll But there are cracks in her beauty.Conall is raising his daughter, Shyla on his own Only she is not his real daughter, he found her abandoned as a baby in his cemetery Shayla claims she sees a women in the graveyard Conall doesn t believe in ghosts and tells her she is imaging things Then he see her, his cemetery doll She comes to him and they actually form a relationship Brantwijn Serrah does a great j [...]

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    17. I was given a free copy of this ebook in exchange for honest review I ve gone back and forth on what to rate this book over the last couple of days On the one hand, the book is incredibly well done, the narrative flows together to create a vivid movie of the mind that, once started, you won t be able to put down until its conclusion On the other hand, the underlying concept behind the main romantic couple is deeply disturbing I might need therapy to recover Ultimately, I decided that the fact th [...]

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    18. A paranormal erotica novel Conall is a single Dad raising an orphan child as his own Conall and Shyla his daughter live in a big house next to the cemetery where he works as the grave keeper One day a ghost looking creature shows up she looks and feels like a porcelain doll She just appeared in the grave yard The doll seems sad and lonely Shyla seen her first and tells her dad at first he is skeptical but soon he is a firm believer Something is strange about the doll she lures him in, his feelin [...]

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    19. I received this book as a gift from the author What a great read the first page through the last page I could not put the book down Conall and his adopted daughter Shyla were lovable and great characters The sex scenes between Conall and his cemetery doll were hot and steamy When you read this book make sure you have lots of lights ons a creepily haunting enjoyable read Thanks for an awesome read Brantwijn Serrah

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    20. How can I describe it without giving too much away It started off gently, then got spooky, eased in some hot and steamy scenes, then went into horror territory I think I d categorise this as an adult supernatural thriller I really didn t expect some of the later twists, and I really enjoyed the descriptive and evocative narrative during the spooky bits Really enjoyed it, recommend it heartily Yes, even if you don t like spooky or horror stories, I think you might well enjoy this.

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    21. HauntingThis story is great I say that because it keeps you in suspense, it s scary, it has a little sex mixed in but, mostly, because it spends most of its time in a graveyard which is spooky

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