Hush, Hush, My Love

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
A man attempts to dump his current lover so he can be with another woman. However, things don't go according to his plan. In this short horror love story, things are not always as they appear.
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » General
  • Words: 1,850
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781458158543
About J.R. McLemore

J.R. McLemore writes across several genres, hoping readers find his stories entertaining. He lives in Rome, Georgia with his family and four hyper cats. J.R. works as a computer programmer by day. You can learn more about him and his writing by visiting www.jrmclemore.com.

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Reviews

J.M. Hadley reviewed on on March 16, 2012

Disturbing--yes, very disturbing--but gratifying nonetheless.
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Mark Stewart reviewed on on April 1, 2011

A well written suspenseful story. well done. Good solid start and kept me interested to the last word.
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Alex Cameron reviewed on on March 31, 2011

Great book, my wife requested that I read it because I am a horror genre fan, and I was not disappointed. Keep the stories coming..
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on March 31, 2011

I give this story four stars. It was well written with but a minor need of proofing. But I must give a review to the previous reviewer. The crux of the story was blatantly given away by Aaron so that the next reader (me and others) was deprived of the timing of the revelation that the writer intended. Too much information, Aaron.
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Aaron Majewski reviewed on on March 31, 2011

This was a very creepy love story\horror tale. A woman won't be denied her love, not even in death. Unfortunately the author does not warn his audience it contains necrophilia, which threw me for a second but I decided to read more anyway, hoping against hope there wouldn't be anything explicit. And fortunately, my faith was rewarded (although if just the word itself makes you shudder, you might want to skip reading this).
Although I figured out the girl was dead probably about a page or so before I was supposed to (in a six page story that's a lot) still it had a very nice ending and it was very well written, taking into account the fact I'm assuming it has not been professionally edited.
If romantic horror stories are your thing, and you don't have a lot of time late one night, then check this out.
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