Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Ten

NOT EDITED Landon locked the door as soon as Miguel pulled it shut. He leaned back against it, closing his eyes as he tried to stop his heart from bursting. Investigating the likelihood of Eliseo’s mother creating a psychic with Miguel was not his best laid plan, that was for damn sure. Christ, he hadContinue reading “Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Ten”

Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Nine

NOT EDITED Miguel hadn’t been able to sleep. He had needed to know Eliseo was safe throughout the night, and he couldn’t exactly do that while sleeping. Instead, he had sat beside his son’s bed, his back to the wall, his eyes on the door. He had checked the locks on Eliseo’s bedroom windows anContinue reading “Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Nine”

Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Eight

NOT EDITED Monday: December 6, 2021 Landon pulled into his driveway, letting out a harsh breath as he shut off the car. After dropping off Miguel and Eliseo, he had driven around for a while longer in hopes of… what, exactly? Landon wasn’t even sure. Eliseo had always liked driving around in cars. It hadContinue reading “Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Eight”

Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Seven

NOT EDITED “I don’t want to tell him,” Landon whispered. “You’re the professional! You tell him.” “You know him better than I do. Would you rather be told by a stranger or someone you knew?” Nora asked. “I’m his babysitter.” “Yes, the babysitter he thinks is attractive. The babysitter he takes comfort in. The babysitterContinue reading “Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Seven”

Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Six

A/N: If you read this book before today (April 9th, 2021), I’d suggest going back and re-reading for the full character stories! I’ve added scenes and descriptions in the first five chapters to solidify this as a romance, which is far more fun for me to write and has a much better chance of meContinue reading “Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Six”

Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Five

NOT EDITED After informing Eddie’s parents about his death, Miguel had stayed in his cruiser in the parking lot for nearly an hour to cry, gain control of himself, and cry. Informing the family of a homicide was never easy, but tacking on that the victim was a three-year-old, that Miguel knew him and hisContinue reading “Christmas Cannibal – Chapter Five”