Summary: Wisconsin. Summer. Late at night.
Two teenage girls are picked up by two boys, who invite them back to their place to party.
But an innocent mistake turns the party into a nightmare, where nothing is what it seems…
Wild Night Is Calling is a 6000 word short story by thriller writer J.A. Konrath (Shaken, Trapped) and romantic suspense writer Ann Voss Peterson (A Cop in Her Stocking, Seized By The Sheik).
Peterson wrote the first half. Konrath wrote the second half.
This ebook, specially formatted for Nook with an active table of contents, also contains an excerpt from Konrath and Peterson’s collaborative spy thriller, FLEE, coming out this Spring.
My Review: This book was cray cray. I think I went in thinking it would be a ghost story and one that would be creepy but you know not scary as all hell. I am pretty sure every book I read set in Wisconsin has crazy stuff go down. I really enjoyed this story… and I found myself screaming run little girl run.
Very good short story that kept me drawn in the entire time. I don’t want to write too much about the plot because sadly with short stories that can be very spoilerish.