The Craving by R. L. Jackson

The Craving by R. L. Jackson
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-fi/Fantasy, Contemporary
Length: Short story (118 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Lavender

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Savannah is powerless to stop their attack on Marshall but with capabilities passed down from her grandmother, she finds the tools she needs to stop them and hopefully prevent Marshall’s transitioning. When all three disappear before she can act, Savannah jumps into high-gear tracking their every move. Finally, her journey takes her to Bulwark, Georgia where she learns things are equally as complicated there, and more than just vampires go bump in the night.

Things can and do go really wrong, even for strong, capable characters such as Savannah, a college student, and Marshall, the man she loves. Savannah gets a bad feeling when she meets Marshall’s visiting cousin and his girlfriend. They are just plain strange, in a creepy way.

What follows is a series of disturbing events, unworldly happenings. R. L. Jackson does a great job creating a mystical setting and paranormal characters. Readers will really feel the eeriness of it all and shudder when Savannah does.

It’s exceptional to read about how Savannah comes into her own and finds her courage because she is driven by love—really inspiring. When Marshall disappears, she must risk everything to find him. Luckily, she has help from surprising sources. The ticking clock feeling of the story, more supernatural beings, and the unusual town of Bulwark with its own magic are effective in creating a dark and dangerous mood.

The end of the story is unpredictable. There are some open-ended plot lines. Readers of vampire stories with resilient and inspirational female leads will probably like this book, especially if they don’t mind an unsettled finale. A sequel could be written.

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