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A folie a deux. The shared madness of two. When two lives become so intertwined that the symptoms of one can be passed along to another. So when Lorelei Davina's veins open up one night in a suicide attempt she didn't initiate, it began her descent into a world she never suspected existed.

A folie a deux. It can be a symptom of the greatest kind of love. Or the greatest hor
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Mini Hardcover, signed limited to 150 numbered copies, 149 pages
Published October 2011 by Delirium Books
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Bill
Jan 14, 2014 Bill rated it liked it
Bleed with Me is a pretty good novella by Maurice Broaddus from Delirium books. It read very fast and the story flowed well, but may not have been explored as deeply as the characters might have needed to fully flesh out this tale.

A story of strained relationships, lives gone sideways and a search for true love. There is a deep connection between Mario and Lorelei even though they have never met. The connection grows stronger and awakens a love that neither can fully explain. Can a mere moment o
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Benjamin Uminsky
Dec 18, 2011 Benjamin Uminsky rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
I have never read Maurice Broaddus before, and I think I can say that I did like BLEED WITH ME (BWM). I had read BLACK MERCY FALLS right before starting BWM, and you can tell that Broadus is a far more polished writer, at least in terms of prose style than Hawkes and Fulbright. Broaddus uses a somewhat lyrical prose style to add a bit of a flair to both his storytelling and also character and mood development. Well done on that account.

I think my major gripe with this story was that Broaddus nev
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