Pretty Monsters

pm2Six Degrees #2
R. Kitt
Self-pub, 2017
Kindle ed, 77 pages
Genre(s) YA, Urban Fantasy
Source Author

Other books in this series: Macaria #1

15-year-old Haylee Keese has recently come home from her all-girls school to start at Hawkins High, her brother Hayden’s school.

18-year-old Devon Radshuck is finishing senior year with his best friends who are in a band together.

One Halloween party and a revenge scheme leave Haylee and Devon getting closer than they ever would have on a regular day. Friendships will end.

About the Author:
rkitt3Just a gal who loves to read and write varying genres of romance fiction, but mostly New Adult romance fiction touching on the dark side, with happily ever afters.
My usual read is a light-dark contemporary romance.

I love my family and friends. I love to eat. I love to cook. I love the arts. I love to be easy going and positive. I love the outdoors.


My books are available to read for free on KU/kindle unlimited:

My Disclaimer:
I was provided a free copy of this book by the author. I am providing an honest review for which I am receiving no compensation of any kind. All opinions are fully my own.
~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review

My Review: ✭✭✭✭
Macaria and Adam are the older and wiser players in this story. It’s a party and a bunch of friends get together. Some coupled up and some not. Some a little wilder than the others, some a little more daring. Some a little jealous and looking for revenge.

The monsters weren’t demons or anything like that this time. At this party, the monsters walked around looking like pretty high school girls. It was the unhappiness and evil in their hearts that made them monsters. The type of monsters that every high school seems to have these days.

Fortunately for the two young people these monsters attacked, no permanent harm came to them from the incident. The physical and mental damage was such that some medical and psychological help over a short time would heal all. For the monsters, perhaps the incident would have long lasting implications.

Ms. Kitt covered a lot in this short book. The characters revealed themselves quickly in the conversation in the car before the party, so they were real throughout the book. The pacing was fast as everything came together quickly to the crisis for the young couple involved. Then there was a complete stop for dramatic effect before the decision was handed down. I was so impressed with these young people at how they handled the situation. They thought it out and made a decision. There was no violence committed, but it certainly had devastating effects on each of the people involved. I know this all sounds mysterious and probably a bit confusing, but to give you more would be a spoiler.

A small package with a large impact. Looking forward to seeing what’s in book three in this series, which comes out on August 31st, Haunted.

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