Some secrets can consume you...
Serena knows her late uncle wasn’t crazy. So when she inherits his sprawling Carolina mansion and leaves the big city to restore both his home and his name, she uncovers a mystery that could cost much more than her sanity. As the house slowly reveals its dark secrets, and the extent of her peril becomes evident, she’ll settle for escaping with her life—if it isn’t already too late.
Stacey Joy Netzel, USA Today Bestselling author of Beneath Still Waters and Lost in Italy wrote:
"The Consuming by Rhonda Hopkins is the literary version of what films like Paranormal Activity tried to be. This has the bumps in the night flying off the page."
Jennette Marie Powell, Author of Hangar 18: Legacy and the Saturn Society series wrote:
"The Consuming is a wonderful, chilling tale that leaves you listening too hard in the quiet of a dark night, and jumping at shadows in mirrors. Definitely looking forward to more from Ms. Hopkins."
Stacy Green, Author of Into the Dark and Tin God (A Delta Crossroads Mystery) wrote:
"The Consuming by Rhonda Hopkins is the perfect example of gothic horror…"
Penelope Anne Bartotto, The Library at the End of the Universe wrote:
"…Rhonda Hopkins' The Consuming had me turning on all the lights in the house and checking behind doors."
"…This tale will give you shivers up your spine, make you take second glances in mirrors…Superb!"