The short story introduces the reader to young Rose. It is the prequel to the novel, The House on Blackstone Moor. Rose has gone to visit her aunt, while there she reflects on the tragic circumstances she and her family face. But she also dreams of a dark, mysterious man. A creature of the night...
It comes with the first 14 chapters of Book 1, The House on Blackstone Moor.
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The House on Blackstone Moor:
“They say my father was mad, so corrupted by evil and tainted by sin that he did what he did. I came home to find them all dead; their throats savagely cut. My sisters only five and eight were gone as well as my brother who was twelve. My mother too lay butchered in her marriage bed. The bed her children were born in…”
Young Rose Baines discovers the savage murders of her family by her mad, incestuous father.
She is plunged into a nightmare of hell and is incarcerated in two madhouses after which she is helped to obtain a position as governess at Blackstone House.
The house is located on haunted moorland. Nothing is as it seems for Blackstone House and its inhabitants have hideous secrets. There is unimaginable horror there but there is love too--love that comes at a terrible price.
The story is as haunting as it is terrifying and will remain with the reader long after its disturbing tale has been told.
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