Internationally-bestselling author Michaelbrent Collings asks you: What if Peter Pan... was the bad guy?
Eve has no father. An alcoholic mother. Abused at school. A loser. But when the new boy comes to school, things start to change. He's popular, he's good-looking, he's smart. He likes her. And he wants to kill her. Because he's Peter Pan. And he's a vampire.
"[T]ruly excellent..." - InD'tale Magazine
Eve is Wendy's great-great-great-great-granddaughter, and Peter has made it his mission to seduce and destroy every woman in the Wendy line.
"[Collings' book is] one of my favourite tales." - Only Five Star Book Reviews
Eve can't stay with him, but can't stay away, either. Now, the only one who can save her is a young man, crippled and lonely, named Captain Hook: sworn protector of the Wendy line.
"A potential classic for the ages." - Horrornews.net
Eve has to uncover the mysteries that have roots in her past, and that will change her future. Mysteries that will determine whether she lives, dies... or suffers a fate worse than death.
"[S]strikingly different from everything I've seen before...." Hellnotes
Because Eve is changing herself. Becoming faster, stronger. More than her life is at stake. Her soul is up for grabs, and Eve will have to find more strength than she knows to stay alive... and to keep from becoming the thing she fears...
[NOTE: Peter & Wendy: A Tale of the Lost was formerly titled Hooked: A True Faerie Tale]
"[A]n interesting and compelling read.... Collings has a way with words that pulls you into every moment of the story, absorbing every scene with all of your senses."
"[T]he author has earned my undying respect and has walked well outside the box of imagination. Please, read this book. I promise you will not regret it..."
"Collings has found a way to craft an entirely new modern vampire mythology - and one strikingly different from everything I've seen before.... Recommended for adult and teen fans of horror and paranormal romance...."
"A potential classic for the ages."
"Collings' novel is truly excellent, and as he knits the plot threads together near the end the reader will be clamoring for more!"