Secondary Silence

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He needed her for strength. She needed him to survive.

Every person believes they will go to heaven. You spend your life going to church, obeying the rules and doing the right thing in hopes that a higher power grants you access through the pearly gates. The other option is Hell, or so we thought.
After her death, Ashley waited for the bright light that never came or the dark cloud that evaded her. What she didn’t expect was Thaddeus. Her choice was made and the link was something they never expected.

Being a ghost was hard enough, but being linked to a vampire that cannot keep himself out of trouble was proving to be more difficult than either of them expected. As Ashley’s visions become increasingly more graphic, she is forced to watch herself do bad things to good people while Thaddeus is blind to her murderous spree.

When the lines blur and he gets a peek in to her premonitions, Ashley is at risk of losing more than just her life. She could lose everything, including her vampire.

1 review for Secondary Silence

  1. Karen Preiato

    This book gripped me right from the start. For the life of me I was trying to figure out the end game in which was to become of Ashley and Thaddeus. Well in true Virginia Johnson style she kept me guessing right to the very end. This is no ordinary paranormal story, beliefs are distorted and not everything is as it seems.

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