Haunting Savannah Box Set Release!

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Haunting Savannah - 3D

8 Dark and Seductive Tales

By Lia Davis & Kerry Adrienne, Deena Remiel, Ella Jade, Evelyn Lederman, Savannah Verte, H.R. Boldwood, Kim Carmichael, and ML Guida

Spend Halloween in Savannah with eight dark, seductive tales of ghosts, vampires, demons, witches, and warlocks.

Nine bestselling authors come together in this collection of eight BRAND NEW, Halloween themed novellas.

A look inside…

Forbidden Union by Deena Remiel

It’s Halloween in Savannah. Noah Blackman has come to Savannah, Georgia and Violet Adams’ home seeking to verify the origins of his family. Could his roots begin with a runaway slave? This trip holds many surprises for the two as their family’s pasts collide and their present charts a course for romance and lasting love.

Ghost in a Bottle by Lia Davis & Kerry Adrienne

Anatoli La Croix has spent the last century cursed to exist in spirit form, locked inside a glass jar. When the beautiful and magickal Ophelia purchases the jar, he discovers he’s able to escape his confinement for short periods. For the first time in a century, he has hope. Could the beautiful witch be the one to break his curse? Or will she provoke the evil spirit that imprisoned him and bring dark magick’s wrath down on them both?

True Companions by Ella Jade

Maxim and Grant have been lovers for a century. Companions in the truest sense. What happens when a human woman shares their home and their bed? Can two destined souls open their hearts to a third?

The Ultimate Act of Love by Evelyn Lederman

The last thing Kori Daniels expected to see on a ghost tour is an actual apparition. Although she can feel earth-bound spirits, she has never seen one. Already impacted by nightly amorous dreams since arriving in Savannah, her dream lover now has a face.

The Haunting of Bellehaven by H.R. Boldwood

Self-reliant Harper McKinnon arrives in Savannah to claim her inheritance, Bellehaven Plantation—a proud antebellum estate. But the estate’s handsome caretaker, Clay Montgomery, is used to doing things his way. Fireworks fly as they are drawn ever closer, but the plantation’s ghostly secrets threaten both their love and their lives.

The Promise by Kim Carmichael

A mistake brought a demon to her, a promise kept them bound together. It is a thin line between desire and love and good and evil when an incubus enters Leora Desmond’s life.

Veil Break by Savannah Verte

Taken from the world he knows, to a place out of time, Holden Henry has a lot of questions when he is redeposited into his world, 150 years in the future. His Savannah isn’t the same anymore.

A Pirate’s Mask by ML Guida

Dark secrets haunt the Pirate’s House Inn in Savannah, Georgia.

Rosalind Gill’s stepfather is the culprit. He’s forcing her to remain silent and marry his evil partner or die. Her only hope is Phearson MacFie-a vampire pirate from another time. They must work together to not only save the innocent, but save themselves and discover true love.

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It’s Halloween in Savannah. Noah Blackman has come to Savannah, Georgia and Violet Adams’ home seeking to verify the origins of his family.  Could his roots begin with a runaway slave? This trip holds many surprises for the two as their family’s pasts collide and their present charts a course for romance and lasting love.

Have you ever explored your family’s history? I have dabbled some. Fascinating work!

My mother’s side of the family has their history written down and copied for all members. I’ve read that a great-great- uncle of mine was a tailor to one of the czars in Russia. Sounds exciting, right?


My father’s side of the family, however, is a completely different story. No one has researched, but information was passed down orally. Much was lost from generation to generation because, well, they didn’t want to think back on the tragic events of their past. They didn’t want to share the horrors, but rather live in the present that was bearable or better than bearable.

This is what I do know. My father’s family lived in a shtetl (village) in Poland. They fled due to the pogroms. They weren’t allowed in the US due to the quota being met for refugees, so they went to Toronto, Canada.


My Zeidie (grandfather) had never worked a day in his life. He was a rabbinical scholar and very religious. He fled Poland first, leaving his wife and three children somewhere in 1925. Once settled, he found it difficult to find a job that would allow him to have the Sabbath off, but one man showed kindness and gave him a chance. He said he’d turn him into a fine furrier. My father would ultimately become one, too.

My Bubbie (grandmother) followed in 1928 with three kids in tow- my Uncle Hymie, my Auntie Helen, and my father, Fred. I’ve been told that Uncle Hymie was a hellion and needed to be rescued from climbing over the railing of the ship!  My Bubbie had no food for the children, but a woman she called her ship sister (actual Yiddish words I can’t translate to print here) shared her bananas. Tragically, my Bubbie lost all but two members of her family to the pogroms and later in the Holocaust. Herschel and Zelda, her cousins, were taken to a concentration camp, where I’m told they escaped with a group and found their way to Montreal.

Toronto CA

When my father passed away, I decided to locate the shtetl in Poland where he lived until he was three years old. It took days, months even, to find an ancient map that showed it! I’ll never forget the thrill of finally seeing the name, clear as day, on the map. Triumph! I’d revived my family’s background. The place they’d called home was resurrected and will live again, at least in my memory and those with whom I share these stories.


Now, why don’t you check out Noah Blackman’s family history in Forbidden Union. It’s FASCINATING!

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