WONDER: A SOUL SAVERS COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES: PART 1 - THANKSGIVING [NOOK Book]

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This first part of the Wonder collection of short stories brings three New Adult Paranormal tales to the Thanksgiving table.

Amity
Baby vampire Mindy yearns for a traditional Thanksgiving feast, but her efforts result in disaster after disaster. Can she come to terms with what she is and learn new ways to ...
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WONDER: A SOUL SAVERS COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES: PART 1 - THANKSGIVING

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Overview

This first part of the Wonder collection of short stories brings three New Adult Paranormal tales to the Thanksgiving table.

Amity
Baby vampire Mindy yearns for a traditional Thanksgiving feast, but her efforts result in disaster after disaster. Can she come to terms with what she is and learn new ways to celebrate? Or will her determination to hang onto the old traditions end up killing her own family?

Belonging
At sixteen years old, Rissa was kicked out of her house by her stepfather, bitten by a werewolf and infected so she’d become one herself. She hasn’t had a single thing to be grateful for in the six years since. When a handsome-as-the-devil college guy frees her from a trap, she knows she should leave him immediately, but she can’t bring herself to. Is he truly as nice as he seems and can he really give her a sense of belonging? Or is she setting herself up for the worst shock since her first full moon as a wolf?

Gratitude
Fresh off the battlefield, Alexis, Tristan, and the Soul Savers crew struggle to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner, especially when a Daemoni attack ruins everything. When it’s all over, can they find a single blessing to count or is that too much to ask in this time of war?

Meet new characters and revisit your favorites from the world of the bestselling Soul Savers Series by Kristie Cook. This is the first of a three-part collection, with Christmas and New Year’s coming November 2013.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148913948
  • Publisher: Ang''dora Productions, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/12/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 34,048
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Kristie Cook is a lifelong, award-winning writer in various genres, from marketing communications to fantasy fiction. She continues to write the Soul Savers Series, a New Adult paranormal romance / contemporary fantasy, with Promise, Purpose, Devotion, Power, and the latest release, Wrath, book five, available now. She’s also written a companion novella, Genesis: A Soul Savers Novella, which details the compelling history of her Soul Savers mythology. Over 300,000 Soul Savers books have been sold, with Promise peaking at #54 on the Amazon Top 100 Paid list and at #1 in the Amazon Fantasy category.
The Space Between, consistently one of the top rated New Adult books on Amazon, kicks off her second New Adult paranormal series, The Book of Phoenix.
Besides writing, Kristie enjoys reading, cooking, traveling and riding on the back of a motorcycle. She has lived in ten states, but currently calls Southwest Florida home with her husband, three sons, a beagle, and a puggle.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2013

    A wonderful holiday treat! I love reading these stories by Krist

    A wonderful holiday treat! I love reading these stories by Kristie Cook. I am thrilled she is doing a holiday version of my favorite characters.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 6, 2014

    Grab yourself a hot chocolate, blanket, cake and this book. What

    Grab yourself a hot chocolate, blanket, cake and this book. What I love about all of Kristie Cook's books is the start, they always stay with me because the descriptions are so life like, you can envisage everything and feel, even taste what she is writing. Amity I could relate to, nothing like being with family at Christmas/ Thanksgiving yet through whatever reason it is nigh on impossible. The characters here you will like although there is one a little sassy than the others and will never take no for an answer.
    Belonging got me deeper and into the heart and soul of Kristie and her writing. I fell in love with the characters and the cabin, wow! Just one question, is it for rent? The good that lives inside of everyone shouldn't be a battle but it is for the Daemoni.
    Bring me the granite worktop in any story and it will always bring me back to Tristan and Alexis, how a granite worktop can be sexy I don't know but Kristie Cook in her Wonder short stories for soul savers does. The relationship Alexis and Tristan have is out of this world. Reading this has only fueled my want to read Soul Savers from the beginning whilst waiting for the arrival of book 6.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2013

    Dissappointing

    No comparison with other books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2013

    The forgotten phrophecy proluge

    Deep in the snow bitten forest, past the raven, past the river and onto a bridge that was made from a follen tree is an island. "The warriors have forgoten our code." A black tom with stars in his fur growls.<br>
    "Easy, Blacktalon. It will be many moons before the one will come," a gray shecat also with stars in her fur meows.<br>
    "But," Blacktalon retorts, "what clan? What tribe? White rouge group? Whitch twolegplace, Doveflight?"<br>
    "If this is bad timing, i don't care there's two kits and a queen coming to us," A mud colored tom meows.<br>
    The two bicuring cats look over to the new commer and sees many other's, relising that they hered their conversation. Three cats leave into the freezing night.<br>
    "You two stop bicuring." The mud coloerd tom growled.<br>
    "But the cat is coming soon, Brownlog." Doveflight growls as she goses back to the starclan territory.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2013

    The Bottle

    I ran along the deck. The water of lake Er<_>ie glistened like silver. I dipped my toes in and sat, looking out over the shore. Something floating caught my eye. A bottle! You know the ones. Every one sees them on tv with the cork scr<_>ew and a letter inside. My heart pounded with joy. I dove right into the lake and swam to the bottle. It was dirty and a horrible dark green color, i didnt care much though. I tried to open the bottle but the cork sc<_>rew was in terribly tight. I raced to my mom. <br> "Momma! I found a bottle in the water!" <br> My mom looked up and down my wet body. "Aww! Peanut, you're soaking wet!" She raced down the hall to get a towel. <br> I almost growled. "Mom, nevermind me! What about the bottle!" <br> "Don't touch it. You'll need an adult to swim to it. Leave it be." She said, bringing back the towel. <br> I ha<_>ted it when every one said that. I could swim perfectly fine! <br> I growled and ran outside, not even caring about the wind that blew debris in my face. I grabbed that filthy bottle and smacked it right on the wall. It cracked open with bang. <br> Inside was a letter caked and yellow with age. <p> What happens next? Find out on part two! (Will be at next res)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2013

    My Nightmare

    Prologe:
    That nigt as I was sleeping, my conciousness urged me awake. "Ugh," I groaned. "Ugh," groaned a creature from the back of the room. I bounded forward, eager to see what the creature looked like. It had spikes and a flat tail. It stared at me. "Please don't eat me," I said.

    The monster stared at me, a little confused. "Oh,come on," I said. Just a little while longer and you'll be there—" i pointed to a door"— in seconds." The monster looked around, and, after a moment of hesitation, strode off in the direction of... me!

    I leaped back, my face red wit fury. I missed my mom. My dad. I even missed my annoyang, irrevocably annoyang little brother. I snarled. My head hit the metal wall of the little room. The whole world went black.

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