Casey and George are traveling around Japan's notorious suicide forest when they see something move in the tree line. Casey, unlike George who doesn't believe in the supernatural, feels like someone is following them back to the hotel.
Later that night, Casey wakes up to find a woman in their room. After breaking free of the woman's entrancement, Casey wakes George, who convinces her it was just a dream.
Casey's worried about George - he's been acting off since their visit to Japan. Now they're home, the worst happens. George is killed in a freak accident and her world is turned upside down.
It's one year later and she's about to leave her small hometown, Pleasant Springs - in hopes that the nightmares would end. Since his death, her dreams have been haunted by a mystery guy who is hell-bent on causing her pain.
Before she gets to the airport, Casey is kidnapped and taken to the hotel from her nightmares when she is plunged into a creepy world filled with the supernatural, underground cities, and sick games.
Her mystery guy tells her he is trying to save her from the others. However, her ex, George, could be behind her kidnapping in the most sinister way.
Nothing is as it seems in the dark world of the Stalkers. Will Casey make it out with her soul intact?
Find out in the first book of the Dead Loves Life Series.
I loved listening to this story and its monsters of the night. From the beginning of the story I was captured and just had to hear more. I really enjoyed that it doesn't follow normal popular vampire mythology and swings in its own direction. Marissa had a wonderful voice and her emotion helps make the story spooky. There were times when words were cut off or unclear, but it didn't effect understanding it is just something that bothers me when it happens (even with everyday speech).
Great read. Creepy and mysterious and keeps you entranced from start to finish. The narrator did a great job bringing this story to life