Book 1, Final Girls
Chris Marie Green
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Ready for a spine-chilling horror thriller with mystery, shocks, twists, and romance?
It all started with a good-time cruise at sea…
When diver Katsu Espinoza is invited on a shark-cage expedition by her billionaire mentor, she’s definitely up for some adventure, even if it means spending time with his greedy heirs. Then she sees who the captain is—Will Ashton, the betraying ex-boyfriend who’d once shattered her heart. And as if that isn’t unexpected enough, her mentor decides that she’s going to inherit the millions of dollars that were supposed to go to his family!
…and turned into hell on earth when they got to the island.
Suddenly, Kat is the girl who swept in to steal a frail old man’s inheritance. Then a storm hits, stranding all of them on a deserted island, forcing them to survive in a paradise gone deadly, because it seems that someone here hasn’t forgotten the money; they’re killing victims with gruesome precision—and Will, with his secretive ways, is at the top of Kat’s growing list of murder suspects. And that list is getting horrifically whittled down one…by one…by one…
***This reissued book was formerly known as Baited, by Crystal Green. Unlike Chris Marie Green’s other paranormal thrillers, this is NOT paranormal. It includes lots of adventure, action, and graphic violence, as well as a short excerpt for another Chris Marie Green story at the end.***
Here’s what readers said about Baited (now Terror Island)!
“Man, this book is so cool... it grabbed me instantly. The characters were engaging, though the suspicion kept building for all of them at one stage or another. This was like a thrill ride through someone's worst nightmare.” – Yolanda Sfetsos, Torn from the Shadows
“Taking And Then There Were None and placing it in a different milieu makes for a strong romantic suspense thriller that will have the audience along with the lead couple speculating just who the killer is. The action starts from the shipwreck and never lets up until the final confrontation. Will and Kat are a fine pairing though she has doubts because she believes he is a philanderer and thus untrustworthy at a time in which to survive they must depend and trust one another. [Green] keeps the action and reader guessing throughout this strong fun tale.” - Harriet Klausner
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