That Thing in the Attic

Vampire Lovely Book 3

by Angelique Armae

Summerborne Books, LLC

Paranormal Romance

October 31, 2019

Available in: e-Book

That Thing in the Attic
by Angelique Armae

THAT THING IN THE ATTIC is the 3rd book in USA TODAY Bestselling author, Angelique Armae’s, Vampire Lovely series.

There’s no escaping your fears when you’re your own nightmare….

Every forty days Erin ‘Rin’ McKinley’s life changes. And not always for the better. She’s been running from the Dark Fae since she was six years old but she’s finally had enough. Now she’s determined to take revenge on the monsters who’ve haunted her for the last eighteen years. But first she must get through this life-altering transition.

Will she survive her battle with THAT THING IN THE ATTIC?

Please note — This is a 5000 word short story giving a brief view into the life of cursed witch Rin McKinley. It does contain a slight cliff hanger in that it eludes to a future book. Rin’s full story, including her romance with a sexy Scottish vampire, will release in 2020. That Thing in the Attic was previously released in SCREAM: A Twisted Anthology, though this version does differ slightly.

Angelique Armae's Bio

Angelique Armae is a native New Yorker who’s as zany as the city she grew up in. As a child her favorite toy was Emerald The Witch, a small doll with green eyes, green hair and purple skin.

Miss Armae’s books and novellas have garnered numerous awards and nominations, including the Sapphire Award, P.E.A.R.L. Award and Word Weaving Award. Her books have also been featured on Midwest Book Review’s Book Watch TV. Angelique’s first novel, COME THE NIGHT, made Fictionwise’s Best of the Best list, rounding out the top five best selling dark fantasy books of the year.

Aside from writing, Angelique also dabbles in digital art. She is the recipient and two time nominee of the Dream Realm Award for best cover art.

When not working, Ms. Armae enjoys traveling, learning about the ancient Celts, exploring history and learning new languages. Angelique studied history and French literature at Skidmore College.