HOW DOES LAURA MANAGE TO KEEP IT TOGETHER WHEN SHE STARTS TO LOSE EVERYTHING SHE LOVES?
"As soon as I see her lips turn a dark shade of blue, I turn the car back around and head straight back into Haven. Remarkably enough, as I speed down main street, she begins to cough and then sits up straight and stares at me eerily. Then I glance back at the road just in time before I watch little Shannon Root cross right in front of me. When I slam on the brakes, I hear the rubber squeal before I look over to where Anne is sitting.”
In the third and final book of this exciting horror trilogy, Laura and Anne find themselves back in Haven. In a last attempt to right the wrongs of the town, does Laura end up finishing off the monster? Or does it take her and Anne out before continuing to loom over the town for the rest of eternity? Find out in part three of The Lake. But be sure to look under your bed before you go to bed tonight.
Find out in the exciting conclusion to the thrilling horror trilogy, The Lake, if evil conquers all, or if good wins finally.
M.D. LaBelle started reading Stephen King, Dean Koontz, V. C. Andrews and Anne Rice around the age of 10 and she hasn't stopped loving books since. Matter of fact, at the age of 12, she wrote a horror story about a vampire and won The Young Authors Award for the whole state of Michigan. And when she picked up her first Harlequin at age 13 or 14, she was hooked because she was always fascinated by them, but they never managed to replace the appeal that the horror novels did.
After a long hiatus, and six children later, she began to write again from a dream. A dream that would soon enough rocket her to winning two more competitions and to becoming the International, award-winning, bestselling author that she is now.