Ally Thomas loves writing fantasy and paranormal books that showcase vampires, werewolves, zombies, witches, and any furry monsters who go bump in the night. Her paranormal fantasy series, The Vampire from Hell remains a favorite among fans. Ally lives in the great state of Texas with her own set of furry 'monsters' and is currently working on the next installment of the Vampire from Hell as well as exploring her passion for paranormal fantasy romance with a couple of new series in the works. Learn more at www.allythomas.com.
About The Vampire from Hell
According to Rayea, the oldest daughter of Satan, the origin of vampires started in Hell, and it started with her. Rayea isn't daddy's little girl, even if he is the most powerful fallen angel around. He wants her to take an active role in the family business. But she's not interested in his schemes for world domination. Instead she wants to spend her time shopping on the Internet, rescuing humans from a horrific eternity, and practicing martial arts with her seven foot hellhound. Then one day everything changes.
on Dec. 06, 2012 :
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 wonderful heroine. I loved this YA book!
(reviewed the day of purchase)