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Tuesday, November 24, 2015


Reawakening, by Lisa McCourt Hollar, is a fantastic supernatural story. Many entities are lurking about in this novella. They are waiting for you to discover them. Some you will enjoy, and others . . . and others are rather mean spirited. One might even say cruel. This is more than a ghost story. Much more. Be taken along on a road of horror enjoyment.

The gang is waiting.

Blaze McRob

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Book description:

 Francine has discovered there is a paranormal world around her, one most people can't see ... but then Francine isn't like most people, and she is about to discover she is more different than she thought. No longer able to rely on just herself, Francine teams up with an unlikely group of friends, including an angel, a werewolf, and a psychic. Can they stay one step ahead of the Vampire that has set his eyes, and teeth, on Francine before she becomes one of the undead? Is Hunter the true enemy, or is one of her new friends more dangerous than she ever suspected.

By Great things are love. on January 14, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
I enjoyed reading something new and fresh in the paranormal sense. Francine is a strong independent character who isn't thrown into the usual ways of the paranormal world and is created a whole new world of her own. The twists and turns in the story leaving you craving for more. Thumbs up for Lisa Hollar!!! I look forward to reading more of the author's work.
By Krys Fenner on January 11, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
I love reading paranormal/supernatural books, especially when the book changes or does something different to the typical myths that we all know so well. It was great to see that instead of a vampire being created by an exchange of blood, it was three bites. Not only that, I loved that the author acknowledged the bond this creates between sire and newling/child (however you prefer to see it)! I even liked how a werewolf existed and there was not a natural "you are the enemy" between the werewolf and vampire just because of what they were. It was wonderful to see how a supernatural being could be more than one thing at a time - Francine who is a born witch (and doesn't know about her power) gets turned into a vampire to save her life. The first time she is bitten by Hunter (ironic name for a vampire, I know and I love it!) she sees a glow that she associates with vampires (thank you Twilight) and Joseph (an angel) makes a remarkably hilarious comment related to Twilight. I won't spoil the whole story, so take a peek because I think it's worth it. I look forward to the next book in the series.

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