Another Friday night, another trip through a potentially haunted house. Shay’s not a believer, but she’s willing to help her best friend, Max, with their amateur ghost hunting show. Little does she know she is about to be thrown into a world of witches and dangerous spirits.
With newly discovered abilities, Shay finds that she can both see and touch spirits. The downside is, the ghosts can touch her back, and it seems that they’ll do anything to get a hold of her.
She was never much of a ghost hunter. How will she do when she is the one being hunted?
Grave Reflection is the first book of Ghost Punch, an exciting paranormal series full of mystery and action!
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This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.
Grave Reflection is the newest Paranormal release from author A. Lawrence.
This thrilling ghost hunting tale is set in the quaint midwestern town of Teton Falls. This was a fast moving creative paranormal adventure, that will grab you from the first page. The authors voice is fluid along with enjoyable dialogue and smooth comic banter between characters that keeps you engaged.
Ghostly suspenseful with a great diverse cast of characters that are relatable to. The storyline grabs from the very beginning and propels all the way through.
A page turner with an strong underlining thought provoking themes of friendship and acceptance. I was intrigued and curious to see how everything would come together.
A perfect read for this time of the year and one I highly recommend.
Lawrence’s new adult paranormal Grave Reflection, is the first installment in the Ghost Punch series. I am excited to for the next literary output from this talented author.
Lawrence has been writing for as long as they can remember. They dabble in a mix of fantasy and supernatural. When they aren’t writing they are harassing their cat, playing a video game with friends, or dabbling in art.
They come from Idaho, where they have spent time being shaped by long roads and abandoned cabins.