Review: Wraith’s Awakening by Virna De Paul

Posted October 7, 2011 by Francesca in Reviews / 2 Comments

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Review: Wraith’s Awakening by Virna De Paul
Wraith's Awakening
by Virna De Paul

3.5 Stars


Released: June 7, 2011
Published by Virna DePaul
Pages: 61



Quick read, this prequel is a perfect introduction to the world of the Para-Ops series. The main character of this story, Wraith, is a blue-skin … well… wraith. She’s just awakened, doesn’t know what’s happened to her, doesn’t even remember her name.Even in such a crazy situation (she awakens naked in a dumpster) she still manages to have a pretty good attitude. I love her sense of humor, personality and pop culture references.She ends up trusting a vampire, Colt, who is also a bit down on his luck and a few pints short on blood.

We learn just a bit of their world and how things work. But her life is starting off from here.

You can download this free prequel here.

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