Blood Awakening (Blood Burden Series Prelude)

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Nicole, a small town Alabama girl, and her best friend Kat take a weekend trip to Panama City, Florida. Kat looking to have a good time and Nicole hoping to escape the pain of losing her mother for a little while. Little did Nicole know, the escape would awaken a ancient power that is hidden in her blood. A power that evil wants for its own and will do whatever it take to have it. More
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Words: 8,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452433783
About Wenona Hulsey

Author Wenona Hulsey is a lover of all things written. When she was a child, you could find her reading anything from Edger Allen Poe to the back of cereal boxes. Today you will find her with an ebook reader glued to her hands except for the times when she is writing or spending time with her family. She is also an avid social networker who loves to meet new people. You can friend her on Twitter!/WenonaHulsey, like her on Facbook or follow along on her blog

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Review by: Phaedra Seabolt on Jan. 19, 2014 :
This is a quick read that leaves a lot of unanswered questions, but there are several books in the series so just plan on having them all ready to be read in order. I would say that this story is just the beginning of one large story divided up onto really small increments. You meet two main female characters, Nicole and Kat. It appears the story is going to be mostly about Nicole. She is dealing with having lost her mom to cancer when they decide to go to Florida for the weekend. While there they meet some hot guys and Nicole runs into a very creepy guy that sets her nerves on edge. It turns out that she had a very good reason to be worried about this man. He awakens a hidden supernatural aspect of Nicole that she didn't even know existed. Now what is she to do with this new found power? Will she ever see her hot man again? It's really a very interesting tease of a story. I am looking forward to reading the next book.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jennifer Sutton on July 16, 2011 :
I loved this short story. It had everything a good book should have. It had romance,humor and everything in between. I can't wait for "Burden of Blood". So I highly recommend this short story. And be prepared to be left wanting more.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: C.G. Powell on July 15, 2011 :
Blood Awakening is a back story into the beginning of Nichols powers. This short story gives you insight of what is to come for Nichol and Kat in “Burden of Blood” Wenona Hulsey’s upcoming debut novel. It was a great short read and I look forward to the release of “Burden of Blood”.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

Review by: Susan Baxter on July 09, 2011 :
I admit I bought this story because Wenona Hulsey is a fellow book club member. But that worked to my advantage. This really is a great read!
I really enjoy the interaction between Nicole and Kat,especially their discussion of 'granny underpants',LOL. So,you know there is humor. There is also great fore-shadowing,for e.g.,when a chill runs up Nicole's spine and an inner voice tells her to flee. And that eerie dream...
But who and what is that 'thing' she has to flee? And WHAT has he already done to her?! Can leaving Florida and returning to Alabama take her far enough away?
But there is more... A really cute love-interest,who happens to be a great kisser!! And who wants to get to know her better. Hmmm,sounds like a hot romance will be developing here.
So,do I recommend this story? Darn right,I do. As soon as I came to the end,I needed to check to see if this was a prequel to a book. Happily,it is. Nicole's and Kat's story continues in the book,'Burden of Blood',coming out in August 2011. I guess I can survive the cliffhanger until then?!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Bethany Leigh on July 08, 2011 :
Awesome story! That will lead to an even awesomer (not a word) series. This makes for a good background, and has good, dynamic characters. It also involves situations that most people can relate to, good and bad. I think it will turn into something spectacular.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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