Jamie searches the world in an attempt to find self-fulfillment. Her travels take her from England to Majorca shortly before Halloween. The first night, through her window, she spots a naked man on the beach, and there is an instant, sizzling attraction. It’s more than just physical, but she doesn’t understand it. A day later, she discovers the man is a tattooist in the market center, originally from Peru. Carlito is everything and more – tall, dark, and very different. Just like the little town and its inhabitants.
Eve of All Hallows is a dynamic short story that meshes Halloween with All Saints Day. Told through the viewpoint of Jamie, it features romance, paranormal, and a bite of horror. The reader never really knows exactly what Carlito is, or anyone in the secluded little town for that matter. They don’t know themselves, and this adds to the mystique of the story. The setting is the lush, warm paradise of Majorca, and adds another dimension to the story. If you’re looking for a quick intriguing read with a plot that is unusual, and characters like you’ve never read before, I highly recommend Eve of All Hallows.
When the Eve of All Hallows meets All Saints Day only Fate can decide the outcome.
As Jamie travels the world in search of fulfillment, she arrives in Majorca the day before Halloween. Almost immediately, she realizes all is not what it seems. There are no tourists, and everyone is just a bit -- different. She meets a local tattooist named Carlito, a native of Peru.The attraction is instantaneous and intense. He makes her an unbelievable offer. But whether it means heaven or horror, she is not sure. When the Eve of All Hallows meets All Saints Day only Fate can decide the outcome.