Christine Sutton

Biography

Christine lives in Central California with her husband of fifteen years. She is an author, reader, and custom cake artist.

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Books

Burkheart Witch Saga Book 2: Let Me In
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Series: Burkheart Witch Saga Book 1: Red Snow. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 36,330. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2014 by DevilDogPress. Category: Fiction » Horror » Occult
Kayla has returned home to find that the fairy tale continues. With the help of a coven of witches, Kayla is tasked with defeating vampires, werewolves and evil witches that threaten to destroy her happiness and her very life! This novella will take you through a whirlwind as you join Kayla on another fairy tale ad
Burkheart Witch Saga Book 1: Red Snow
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Series: Burkheart Witch Saga Book 1: Red Snow. Price: Free! Words: 7,650. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2014 by DevilDogPress. Category: Fiction » Horror » Occult
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When Kayla embarks on a drive from Washington to Texas, she is just doing her job. When the black 1967 Impala starts showing up at every turn, she starts to think it might be more than coincidence. When the mysterious driver leaves her a note, she is engulfed in a race for her life. Red Snow is an urban retelling of a classic fairy tale. A short story.

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Smashwords book reviews by Christine Sutton

  • My Lover, My Garden on Sep. 27, 2011

    Great story! I would have liked there to be more of it! Great original idea! Really built up a sense of foreboding. Very enjoyable! (SPOILER ALERT) The only thing I would like to have seen is a little bit more story on Frank, and why he became obsessed. Was he still Frank? Was he ever Frank?
  • The White Van on Oct. 24, 2011

    Cool idea. I am a shark lover, but not this much! Very intense, and definitely delivers. Great read!
  • Feed on Feb. 08, 2012

    I was very impressed with this story. It was interesting, compelling and well written. The characters were well developed and interesting. Even Ian's maker, who only has a bit part in the story, was well defined using allusions to her motivations. The story was a quick, fascinating read, and has piqued my interest in reading more from this author. With somewhere around 7000 words, he has made a fan out of me. The ending was fantastic, by the way!