House of Wax by Bree Pierce {Review} @authorbpierce




House of Wax
by Bree Pierce
Published April 13th 2016


Evil lies within the wax house. An evil with dark eyes and blood lust like no other. Out for a taste of revenge, the vampire Maelstrom has risen once again and is taking out her anger on the small town where she was encased in wax along with her 12 chosen warriors over a hundred years before.

Odin Blacksaint is just an ordinary man who doesn’t believe in myths and fables such as vampires. When people start going missing in town and he is requested to get out his great grandfather’s old journals by an elderly man in town, things begin to change. There are things about his own family that he didn’t know. A secret long buried that comes to light. Now he must face his destiny. 

***This is a 13,700 word novelette meant for audiences ages 15+ due to some violence, mild language, and mild sensual content.***





Every book I have read that has been written by this author has received a five star rating from me and this one is no different.  This was a fast paced and exciting story line that kept me captured in the author's web from beginning to end. The characters popped to life right in front of me and I so wish this was a longer read as I would love to know more about Maelstrom who is truly an evil vampire and my curiosity is piqued.




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