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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

The Collettes: Willa by Dahlia Rose



The Collettes: Willa by Dahlia Rose
Publisher: Phaze Books
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short (88 pages )
Other: M/F
Rating: 4.5 cherries
Review by: Tiger Lily

The saga of The Collette sisters comes to a close with this thrilling third installment! The final battles draws near.

Betrayed by the one person they thought they could trust, Willa Collette had to fight for her life as she and her family fled the one place they could call home. To protect her sisters, she leaves them behind in search of her piece of the Lazarus amulet and her mate who has called her from another plane.

Tyson Finn is now her eternal love and together they travel to New Mexico to complete their destiny. In ten days the final battle will be fought for the fate of mankind. The vampire sisters and the allies that have joined their quest will travel to the lair of Carthos, where the balance might shift and forever change the world.

She’s a child of darkness – a vampire. He’s a psychic and her mate. Is their love strong enough to battle the forces of good an evil? Such is the story of The Collettes: Willa.

Ms. Rose writes an intriguing and fast-paced novella with passion searing each page. Although Will is deemed the quiet, introverted sister, she proves that even introverts can possess extroverted qualities when the need arises. The conflict was tight, drawing the reader in from page one to see what happened to engaging heroine, Willa. I found this story very relatable because many people go through situations where they don’t realize their strength until they have to summon it just as Willa did. As the hero, Tyson was a quality alpha male who understood the nuances of a woman. He possessed the common sense to know when to stand beside her and when to defend her.

If you’re looking for a vampire novella that’s a little off the beaten path, but totally worth the read, then pick up a copy of The Collettes: Willa. You’re in for the ride of your life. I give this novella 4 ½ cherries!

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