Once Upon A Weekend by Cherie’ Waggie.
Construction worker Sam Pargeter and his younger brother, Ricky set out with two friends, Ken and Brian, for a quiet weekend at a rented mountain cabin. But things aren’t as quiet as they hoped when mysterious and peculiar things start happening the minute they arrive. Windows change position, hallways lengthen, whole rooms disappear, and Ricky seems to be the target of a spectral woman in white.
Frightened away from the cabin, Sam, Ricky, and Ken soon discover they didn’t leave the trouble behind. Not only do the weird things keep happening, but Ricky mentally reverts to childhood. He and Ken are still persecuted by the woman in white. The only one who doesn’t seem to be affected is Sam, and he is determined to find out what is behind all the paranormal activity and put a stop to it before it destroys his brother and best friend.
Review by Linda Jennings: 5.0 out of 5 Stars. Another keeps your attention book. Cherie’ Waggie, you did it again. This is the second book I have read of Ms. Waggie. This is an attention keeper, it’s hard to put down once you start it. I can see this becoming movie. I enjoyed the suspense and kept me wanting to know what was going to happen next. I will certainly be looking for more of your books. Think I just found my new best author.
Print Length: 83 Pages
Publication Date: May 29, 2014
Message From Author: “I an Oklahoma Green Country, ranch raised, proud to be an American Veteran woman. I discovered my writing talent at age 10, and have been writing poetry, short stories, and books ever since. I’ve been married and widowed, and all my children have four legs. I love animals, have training as a veterinarian assistant, and graduated from college in 1986 with a degree in Drama. I live with my 87-year-old mother in an old farmhouse between Skiatook and Sperry, Oklahoma, like taking long walks with my year-old Schnauzer, Mahlah, and caring for our four cats, Goldman, Sunny, Happy, and David. We’re visited every night by our neighborhood racoons and opossums, and a sweet dog we call Bud, who comes by every morning.”
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