Thursday, October 18, 2012

Paranormal Thursday: The Charmed

In this feature we will highlight an author and a book that we really enjoy reading from in the paranormal genre. There are so many great books out there and so many awesome authors. So this is a chance for us to recommend some books and authors that we or one of us really like. 
I hope you will like this feature and if you like to join in with a recommendation. Leave a comment and/or the url to your own blog post.


 For our first Paranormal Thursday I will give you a awesome book called "The Charmed". This is the first book in a series of three by the debut author Christine Wenrick.
I absolutely loves her writing style and she really knows how to connect with the reader through her words. The book is written in one perspective but it almost feels like you are getting it from two and I love it. That is what I call good writing. 
If you would like to read more about Christine Wenrick and her books you can find her on her website 

Olivia Ann Grayson sees only one future for herself – to compose and perform the music she has loved since she was a child.  But that future changes in an instant when a commuter train taking her to the city crashes and is attacked by, unbelievably, a coven of vampires!  As the rabid creatures feed their thirst on the surviving passengers, Olivia is spared from an unthinkable fate because of the intervention of another vampire – Caleb Wolfe, a figure from her past who, for reasons he doesn’t understand himself, would do anything to protect her. After one familiar touch, Olivia recognizes the man behind the vampire.  Soon love and a powerful supernatural connection begins to grow between them.  But with that connection Olivia starts to notice startling changes happening within herself, and violent events make it clear that the vampire coven which wanted her the night of the train crash won’t stop until they have her. Time is running out for Olivia and Caleb to discover why all this is happening.  And the answers they find may painfully tear their new found love apart.
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Elisabeth said...

Nothing like a good PNR every now and again!

LoriP said...

I loved this book!

Anonymous said...

LOVED THIS BOOK! And I agree that the author writes in a way that you "hear/feel" multiple points of view. LOVE! ~ Suz