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Survive

Survive

148K Reads 8.3K Votes 33 Part Story
Sal By SallyMason1 Updated Apr 08

Aeree Cahill has always been an outdoor type of girl and she is thrilled when her husband Mitch surprises her with an adventure getaway into the Green Mountains for their anniversary. Perfect weather, a cosy campsite and four other couples who seem nice enough promise to make this an epic weekend.
                              
        When a sniper starts to hunt them down one by one, the majestic backdrop will become a deadly trap. Friends will turn into enemies. In the end, there is only one thing left to do... SURVIVE.
                              
        [Best Rank: #7 in Mystery/Thriller]             
                
        This is Book II of the Hide & Seek Series. All the books are stand-alone.
                              
        Author's Note: This story is reality fiction and includes triggering topics such as mentioning of rape,  bulimia, self-harm and other social topics. Do not read if you find any of these topics disturbing.  
                              
        Cover design: @MelodyHall3125
                          
        Copyright ©2016 by Sally Mason
        All rights reserved

God, I need a lightning bolt or insta-death spell to help her. Plz?
MelodyHall MelodyHall Oct 24, 2016
*scratching head* 🐵 You have a Hide & Seek series?? What lol?
cookiescupcake1 cookiescupcake1 Nov 26, 2016
I am back again with my trusty pen paper and a desire to crack this case lol I feel like those detectives
F U C K !!!!!!
                              KNEE HIM WHERE THE SUN DON'T SHINE AND RUN!!!
TigerSpots TigerSpots Nov 15, 2016
I shouldn't be reading this...  I have tests to revise for. 
                              *bleep * it
Julia4Tune Julia4Tune Jan 03
Hi Sal! Great punchy flow of events keeps the reader hooked on the narrative.  Brilliant use of first person allows the reader to experience first hand the sensory and emotional stimuli provided by the plot.  A great lesson to me. Loved it! Can't wait to read on!