Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Cats Like Cream by Renee Miller Review


Cats Like Cream by Renee Miller

It’s okay to watch. Watching hurts no one, as long as you don’t touch.

Elwin likes to watch. His position as star employee at a real estate agency gives him plenty of access to the homes of his clients. A camera or two hidden where no one will find it, and he can watch as often as he pleases.

No one knows. No one gets hurt.

But it’s hard to look without touching. Touching leads to bad things. Elwin knows this, but allows himself a moment of weakness.

And then another.

Soon, watching isn’t an option anymore. Not if Elwin wants his secrets to remain buried.

Olly’s (Sci-fi and Scary Team Member) Teaser Review

Wow. ‘Cats Like Cream’ hit me like a punch in the face and has left me reeling; it’s immediately compelling and I couldn’t put it down, even when I wanted to.

Click here to see the full review on Sci-fi and Scary

Cat’s Teaser Review

A quick but satisfying read, and one I won’t soon forget..

Click to see to see the full review on Red Lace Reviews

About Renee Miller

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I’d like to say I hate talking about myself, but that would be a lie. I don’t mind in the least. Will it be interesting? Meh.

I grew up in Tweed, Ontario, a small town north of Toronto for all of you wondering where the heck that is. Once the home of Elvis’s ghost and not much else, Tweed is quiet and familiar and that is just fine by me.

HWA member, published independently and traditionally with publications such as Unnerving Magazine, Broadswords and Blasters, DarkFuse Magazine, Deadman’s Tome, Cwtch Press and Hindered Souls Press. You can also find me over at Deviant Dolls Publications and Underground Book Reviews.

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