Today over on Cera duBois, I welcome Morgan Hannah MacDonald to be the first of my friends to visit with us to share her short story, I Dated a Serial Killer.
Morgan’s debut novel Sandman released earlier this month, which she graciously offered as a gift to one lucky poster. To be eligable to win, just leave a post and your name over on Cera’s blog and you will be entered into a drawing.
A serial killer on the loose, a woman being stalked, and a homicide detective who must find the connection between the two before she becomes his next victim.
He collects women. He imprisons them, plays with them, tortures them. Until they bore him. Then he removes a souvenir. They call him the Sandman.
Meagan McInnis is being plagued with late night calls, yet when she answers, no one is there. Then one night she makes a grizzly discovery in her own backyard.
The caller is silent no more.
Homicide Detective, J.J. Thomas, realizes Meagan is the key to finding the Sandman. Now not only must he protect her, but he must find the connection between Meagan and the killer before she becomes his next victim.
WARNING: This is a Romantic Thriller that contains adult language, explicit sex and graphic violence.
Morgan Hannah MacDonald writes Romantic Thrillers that are Not for the faint of heart. She has always been interested in writing and serial killers, but it wasn’t until she found she had dated one herself that a true writer was born. She belongs to Romance Writers of America, the San Diego Chapter, as well as the Kiss of Death Chapter. She resides inSan Diego,Californiawhere she is busy working on her next novel.