Runo's Curse

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
On Christmas Eve, Ashley meets Runo - a handsome Norseman with a terrifying secret. More
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About Elaine Coetzee

I'm a cross-genre author, who can't seem to stick to one genre per novel, often crossing over into paranormal, horror, romance, historical, and the occasional flirt with erotica.

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Reviews of Runo's Curse by Elaine Coetzee

TheTinLady reviewed on July 21, 2015

A lovely read! Was really enthralled by her descriptive setting. I even felt the cold :)
I am a huge fan of paranormal fiction and this is surely a good start. Would love to read more Elaine! Keep it up!
(review of free book)
Dianeee reviewed on Dec. 28, 2014

Very satisfying read.
(review of free book)
Sarah Dahl reviewed on Dec. 28, 2014

A highly original story that draws the reader into the icy, remote world of the North, with a protagonist I wanted to follow around and felt for. The description of the antagonist (if Runo is such) is so vivid and fascinating that I understand her motive for following him, even if it looks daring or careless at first glance. Her fascination became my own, and so I watched with bated breath as the horrific climax unfolded, and here the author really exceled herself. She writes best at the paranormal/horror core of the story and the descriptions are vivid to the point that I cringed. In this story you can see that she writes cross-genre, as she can pull off not only that core, but also the relationships, the characterisations, the flirting and attraction, the setting of the scenes...and I absolutely loved the quirky villagers that are hovering in the background all the time! The unexpected ending makes this an absolutely wonderfully chilling read with many aspects to it -- and is so satifsfying, too! I definitely want to read more of her as she puts so many genre-aspects into one little story.
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Jaco Strydom reviewed on Dec. 25, 2014

Wonderfully imaginative.

An enthralling tale containing elements that are sure to capture the interrests of a wide audience range.
Whilst accessible to the less avid reader, it boasts rich content that will keep the more advanced reader glued from the first sentence all the way to the rivetting conclusion.

Aproperiately timed for the festive season it is an ideal stocking-stuffer, especially since it is FREE courtesy of the generous author.

If you haven't downloaded it yet, get it now in your preffered format.
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