The Vampire from Hell – Review

VH_Volume1_rev3 When you don’t want to go into the family business and bucking your father can get you killed, what do you do?

If you’re Rayea, daughter of Satan, you get the hell out of Hell!

Rayea discovers what life can truly be like with a trip to the House of G, earth and plans to return to hell to face her greatest fear – her family.

Ms. Thomas paints a vivid picture of a young woman’s trip in self-discovery while trying to do the right thing for those she’s come to care deeply for.  She chooses a different path from the one her father chose for her – will she survive?

The Vampire from Hell, Part 4 should answer the question.

I loved the concept of a fire shooting vampire who uses the internet to learn all she can about humans.  She wants desperately to be one, but living among them is a good second choice.  Her journey is fraught with conflict and puzzles she must solve because lives depend on her. Strong and smart mouthed, Rayea is a wonderful heroine.  I loved this fantasy paranormal book!

Learn more at http://www.allythomas.com or Download Part 1 for Free.

   

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catherinewolffe53

Where paranormal and romance collide. I love all things paranormal. Romance is top of my list so the two combined was a given. You'll see meet courageous men and determined women standing against the unknown. Check out The Western Werewolf Legend set in history during our nation's most profound struggle. Next, delve into Shadow Company and discover what it takes to face evil head-on. My latest release, Deliberate Intent (Book 2 of Shadow Company) is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony, I-Tunes, and Smashwords.com. The Western Werewolf Legend is also available in one compelling read, The Western Werewolf Legend, 1-3. You can reach Catherine at - facebook.com/AwardWinningAuthorCatherineWolffe twitter.com/catherinewolffe/ shootercreek.wordpress.com "Feel free to stop by anytime," Catherine Wolffe

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