The Sleep Tight Motel

The Sleep Tight Motel

A woman on the run finds refuge in a motel at the edge of the woods, with plenty of vacancies. Check in for the night with New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger.Eve has a fake ID, a .38, and a violent lover receding in the rearview mirror. He?ll never find her at the isolated motel, and its kindly manager is happy to ease her fears. But if Eve is the only guest, who A woman on the run finds refuge in a motel at the edge of the woods, with plenty of vacancies. Check in for the night w...

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Title:The Sleep Tight Motel
Author:Lisa Unger
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:B07GB1TLYL
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:48 pages pages

The Sleep Tight Motel Reviews

  • Blair
    Sep 30, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

  • Lisa
    Sep 27, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

  • Melike
    Oct 20, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

  • Melissa
    Oct 16, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

  • Cindy
    Sep 29, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

    2.5 rounding up to 3. I was hoping for something a bit creepier but Lisa Unger is always a solid read for me. ...

    One is generous This barely counts as a short story. Potential oozes from this piece but it fails to even make a college try at good writing. ...

    I had pre ordered this book and couldn't wait to read it! Once again, Lisa Unger does not disappoint. This was a short read that is perfect for a quick bedtime story if you like creepy, dark stories before bed. I personally do! There were times I cringed and wondered about the outco...

  • Sandra
    Oct 11, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

  • Lisa
    Oct 15, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Richard
    Feb 18, 2019

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

  • Helen Marquis
    Feb 23, 2019

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

  • Michelle
    Oct 07, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

  • Ginger
    Mar 18, 2019

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

  • Sky
    Oct 02, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

    2.5 rounding up to 3. I was hoping for something a bit creepier but Lisa Unger is always a solid read for me. ...

    One is generous This barely counts as a short story. Potential oozes from this piece but it fails to even make a college try at good writing. ...

    I had pre ordered this book and couldn't wait to read it! Once again, Lisa Unger does not disappoint. This was a short read that is perfect for a quick bedtime story if you like creepy, dark stories before bed. I personally do! There were times I cringed and wondered about the outco...

    Getting ready for Halloween! This was a fun read. ...

  • Linda Strong
    Sep 29, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

  • Holly
    Oct 07, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

  • Barbara
    Oct 09, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Oct 29, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

  • Nick Vantangoli
    Oct 10, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

    2.5 rounding up to 3. I was hoping for something a bit creepier but Lisa Unger is always a solid read for me. ...

    One is generous This barely counts as a short story. Potential oozes from this piece but it fails to even make a college try at good writing. ...

  • Heidy
    Oct 04, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

  • CD {Boulder Blvd}
    Nov 11, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

  • Mary  Carrasco
    Nov 09, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

  • Quentin Wallace
    Oct 09, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary
    Oct 17, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

  • Sarah
    Sep 29, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

  • Erth
    Nov 19, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

  • Juli
    Oct 24, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

  • Tracy
    Feb 02, 2019

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

    2.5 rounding up to 3. I was hoping for something a bit creepier but Lisa Unger is always a solid read for me. ...

    One is generous This barely counts as a short story. Potential oozes from this piece but it fails to even make a college try at good writing. ...

    I had pre ordered this book and couldn't wait to read it! Once again, Lisa Unger does not disappoint. This was a short read that is perfect for a quick bedtime story if you like creepy, dark stories before bed. I personally do! There were times I cringed and wondered about the outco...

    Getting ready for Halloween! This was a fun read. ...

    A short compilation of suspenseful/scary stories. Just over 2hrs. and great for a quick listen. ...

  • Seluca
    Oct 10, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

    2.5 rounding up to 3. I was hoping for something a bit creepier but Lisa Unger is always a solid read for me. ...

  • Nick Younker
    Dec 21, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

  • Sheri
    Jan 25, 2019

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...

    Lisa Unger never disappoints me! The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite story in the Dark Corners Collection from Amazon/Audible. The Collection gathers seven dark, emotional tales from bestselling authors. The stories aren't really horror in the true sense, but more like dark looks into...

    An excellent, spooky short story just in time for Halloween. I really liked the first person POV, it made the story even creepier and I felt like I was right beside Eve freaking out with her. ...

    Not bad, not great. Reads like a harliquin story. Nice middle of the road kind of tale. worth a look at ...

    I liked the twist, but I'm confused about Drew's situation. ...

    This one just never felt like it came together all that well. The twist was not surprising, though I didn't guess it early on, but by the time it happened, I don't know. I didn't feel much for this one, nor for the main character. I don't think this collection is for me. Rating: 2.5...

    A beautifully written little story! Haunting for sure. ...

    Meh...take it or leave it. ...

    That was an hour of my life I'll never get back. It's unfortunate that people with obvious writing skills lack the creative fortitude to create something that hasn't been told in thousands of different stories. The problem with junk stories like this is people read them thinking th...

    A tale of passion and regret. About that one person we can meet that can transform our lives or burden them and suck the very life out of us. Eve was happy until she met Erik. He offered something that she needed and then sadly could not live without. Then she has a chance to escape ...

    Very, very short novella that I read for free on Kindlr Prime. It was OK, but I definitely wouldn't pay to read (too short). It works as a time passer. ...

    A quick read for Halloween season. A woman on the run, a strange motel, noises in the night, and a twist ending. ...

    This one was a little bit predictable. I think maybe it was just a little too ambitious for a short story. The 'twists' weren't presented in such a way that had me going: they were more like: I do get the feeling that Unger has potential. I have another Unger book, Ink and Bo...

    Motel California A wonderfully creepy little ghost tale where all is not as it first seems. A heist gone wrong, a toxic duo on the run and a mysterious motel shrouded in fog are the main ingredients in this delectable tale, that seeps into your bones and leaves you with a chill. A g...

    I was excited as soon as I saw Amazon's Dark Corners collection--a bunch of spooky stories just in time for October, and it's available to read and listen to on Kindle Unlimited. This one was nice and creepy and I loved the atmosphere. I didn't particularly like the ending ((view spoil...

    3.5 Stars This was good, even if somewhat predictable. Predictable doesn't always mean bad, however. A young woman gets mixed up with the wrong guy and ends up in the middle of a robbery and murder. She pulls into a quiet deserted hotel to hide out. Then things get weird. I ca...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am on a roll with this series. Read two of the seven and they are totally creepy. My goal is to read them all today. Good stuff. ...

    2.5 rounding up to 3. I was hoping for something a bit creepier but Lisa Unger is always a solid read for me. ...

    One is generous This barely counts as a short story. Potential oozes from this piece but it fails to even make a college try at good writing. ...

    I had pre ordered this book and couldn't wait to read it! Once again, Lisa Unger does not disappoint. This was a short read that is perfect for a quick bedtime story if you like creepy, dark stories before bed. I personally do! There were times I cringed and wondered about the outco...

    Getting ready for Halloween! This was a fun read. ...

    A short compilation of suspenseful/scary stories. Just over 2hrs. and great for a quick listen. ...

    ?THE SLEEP TIGHT MOTEL? by Lisa Unger (I never do this, but honestly, this was a 3.5 story. I felt that a 4 star for such a short story that didn?t really make me think about it later would be unfair to the books for which I have given 4 stars)....But this is an entertaining litt...

  • Amitaf0208
    Oct 14, 2018

    I loved the motel, Drew and the ending a lot! Happy Halloween! ? Mel ???? ...

    Enjoyable short story (from the Amazon "Dark Corners" series) about a girl (Eve Brown) with a fake ID, stolen money, and a gun who is on the run with an abusive ex following her and sending her threatening texts. She needs a break from driving for so long, so when she sees an isolated ...

    Thrilled to be part of DARK CORNERS, a collection of chilling stories from fave authors Jennifer McMahon, Joyce Carol Oates, Adam Haslett and more. We all love to be afraid of the dark don?t we? These are some super spooky tales just in time for Halloween! Hope you enjoy THE SLEE...

    She has a fake ID, a bag full of money, and a gun and she's running just as fast as she can, as far as she can. Behind her is her ex-boyfriend who keeps texting her ... I'm right behind you. Scared, and deadly tired, she happens upon a small motel. If she can just get a couple hou...

    The Sleep Tight Motel is my favorite of the Dark Corners collection that I've read so far. It immediately sucks you in and makes you feel for the same character. There's this sense from the beginning that something really isn't right. Watching it unfold - though - it's not scary. It's ...

    A woman on the run checks in to the Sleep Tight Motel. It's not clear who she's running from, but the threatening texts she keeps receiving indicate an abusive ex ? getting closer all the time ? and she's so scared of being found that she doesn't even want her car to be visible fro...

    interesting short story. ...