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Straw Dogs meets Fifty Shades - heart pounding, gut-wrenching, sexy as all hell, and with a twist you'll never see coming!

Meet the Sewells, your typical, all-American couple; happily married for 10 years, respected high school teachers, still crazy about one another and with a secret, shared dark side. During their annual Spring Break vacation to recharge their batteries and reconnect as a couple, they are waylaid by a perverse gang of misfits in the one horse, North Texas town of Flanagan. Taken hostage as the focus of the gang's twisted games, the Sewells are brutalized into performing increasingly vicious physical, sexual, and emotional acts upon one another, until events take an unexpected turn - triggered by an unintentional death. As their circumstance descends into the worse nightmare imaginable, the Sewells find themselves involved in an altogether different situation....

©2018 HellBound Books Publishing LLC (P)2019 James H Longmore

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Good twisted texas horror

Longmore reminds us of Tim Miller, the other south texas Horror writer. Mispronounced words throughout. Not too bad for the genre.