Fear, Love and Broken Things

by Sally Bend

Fear, Love and Broken - Sally Bend
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99 USD
ISBN: B07J4R3L21
Pages: 47

A battered woman, already pushed to the breaking point, discovers both her self and her sexuality in a seedy motel - where her indoctrinated fear of filth takes a heavy toll on her sanity, but ultimately proves to be the path to freedom . . . and perhaps even love.

"A raw, intense, sensorially-confusing juxtaposition of life and death on one women’s phoenix journey to rebirth and redemption."

Fear, Love and Broken Things is 10,000 words of erotic horror that explores fear, love, and the redemption of broken things.

Excerpt:
Reviews:M.C. Questgend on Amazon wrote:

If not for the fact that I have read her work in the past, I probably would never have gotten past the preview. The talk of bugs and vermin crawling around had my skin crawl just as much as her main character Caitlin - although for different reasons. The story has a very skin crawling set of twists and turns that will have Caitlin and the reader looking over their shoulder and jumping out of their beds.

I always like stories that make me think, ask questions and leave me wanting more. If you're like me... this story is for you. 5 Creepy Crawly Stars


About the Author

Sally Bend is an author, editor, columnist, and reviewer. Although shy and polite (she is, after all, Canadian), she loves to boldly and boisterously express herself through stories that bend the binaries of gender and sexuality.

Her fiction incorporates a wide range of styles, from dark horror to quirky erotica, with her favorite themes being the acceptance of gender identity and the exploration of submissive sexuality.

When she’s not reading, writing, or wandering the forest, she can be found online at http://sallybend.com.


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