Storm Grant is a writer of short and long tales, her work spanning both genres and genders. Her stories offer titillation and merriment, and in a few cases, horror. In the last few years, she’s published with MLR, Torquere, Lyrical, Phaze, and now eXessica. Storm is a board member of the Toronto chapter of the RWA, and a founding member of the Rainbow Romance Writers online chapter, as well. Her business degree has seen much use over the three decades she’s spent working in marketing and administration. She lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband and a miscellany of rescued pets and a rather messy house. Follow Storm’s life and writing career at her blog, http://storm-grant.livejournal.com, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creep: An Urban Folk Tale
(5.00 from 1 review)
Nice-girl Virginia marries ex-cad Ash despite his sex-laden past. But ex-girlfriend and powerful cyber-witch Elena can’t stand the thought of his happiness and demands him back. She plays rough, calling on ancient forces and forbidden powers. Who will win this ultimate true love vs. evil magicks smackdown?
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