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Jaime is looking for sanctuary and a new start after escaping his stepfather. With little money to his name, he doubts he can afford the gorgeous bed and breakfast he stumbles upon, surrounded by tea roses inside and out. Then Logan, the handsome young concierge, surprises Jaime with a "pay what you can" policy, and Jaime is instantly smitten. Little does Jaime know, the Tea House is plagued by rumors of monsters and disappearances, and is known by another name. Hollow House.

©2021 Amanda Meuwissen (P)2021 Amanda Meuwissen

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Made me feel like I was a guest at The Tea House

What is creeping around in the shadows of The Tea House? Jaime can't believe his luck when he stumbles upon a beautiful hotel, not to mention the concierge Logan is hot. A few petty guests, a reporter on the hunt for a story, and hearing strange things at night make Jaime think there is more to this hotel than beautiful roses and incredible meals. But there is a connection with Logan that Jaime wants to explore. Will he stay once he learns the truth? The build up to the big reveal was genius. The detail and descriptions of the characters and the house made me feel like I was there. Amanda Meuwissen did an incredible job narrating her story.

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Perfect Halloween Listen!

Absolutely LOVED The Tea House! it's a wonderful short story that had br completely captivated from beginning to end. What a delicious monster story for spooky season 💜 Amanda does a fantastic job reading her own book and I'm so excited for more audio adventures from her.

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  • 12-29-21

Suspense more than straight horror I think

Which suited me perfectly as I am not a fan of gore for the sake of it. This was a intriguing mix of Beauty & the Beast and The Twilight Hour with a very satisfying final scene.

I love Amanda’s writing and I think she reads her own stories very well. She doesn’t ‘act’ the characters but she narrates in a smooth, nuanced way that makes it easy to follow the story.

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  • Wide Eyes, Big Ears!
  • 12-02-21

I loved being wrong-footed by this horror/romance!

I chose this horror / romance novella on spec for Halloween and I’m so glad I did! For the most part it’s a charming and gentile story about Jaime, a destitute twenty year old who is given shelter at an opulent B&B by Logan, the genial and ever-accomodating host. Logan is gentle and shy and Jaime is drawn to his good nature. Then the gloves come off and we are taken a wild ride of blood, tentacle monsters, and disappearing guests - I wasn’t expecting all of those! I didn’t find the gore too graphic but I did find the ending satisfyingly surreal - I loved being continually wrong-footed. Author Amanda Meuwissen also narrates the audio and she does it fabulously well. I had low expectations given it’s a M/M romance and well, authors usually hire professional narrators for a reason, but I was so impressed I’m going to try her other self-narrated works.