Sanctuary; Book One: Bad Reception

Sanctuary; Book One: Bad Reception

by S.C Wright

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BN ID: 2940152434507
Publisher: S.C Wright
Publication date: 10/27/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 236 KB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Shan is an aspiring writer with a tale or two to tell. Her current mission is to get her series “Sanctuary” out there and thus currently in the process of doing so. Sometimes her muse runs off with her. Sometimes it runs off without her. She is currently in love with anything Piratical in nature and researching 1715 as well as sporting a great fascination with Tom Hiddleston, Vampires, and Assassin’s Creed because she is a proud nerd.

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Sanctuary; Book One: Bad Reception 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
It was bad enough that Kana broke her leg, but it was even worse when her mother’s need to “get to an important meeting” found her stranded at the hospital in a wheelchair with a cast that was barely dried. The young thief who crashed into her while stealing a bag of blood made a less than fantastic day even worse, until said girl picked her up and carried her at a full run to the awaiting getaway car and Kana would discover creatures that really do go bump in the night, and you know what? These “creatures” treated her more like family than her own did. BAD RECEPTION by S.C. Wright is a light and often humorous tale of what it means to be family, the good, the bad and the supernatural and she does so with a light touch, fabulously realistic characters and some unexpected twists that kept me turning the pages with rapt attention. So, what is so clever about being kidnapped? Kana is taken by a “family” consisting of a vampire, a werewolf, and even a shapeshifting salamander. They all live together in a supernatural bed and breakfast and when the sparks fly, they are explosive! Yet, when push comes to shove, they have each other’s backs, tolerance and loyalties, even if some of them may be a bit anti-social. Kana is the only human in the lot, but, of course, they can’t let her go, because really, could you keep this kind of secret? But something will happen that will destroy their little hideaway and that will take us to the beginning of this tale, years later as Kana and her young son journey to a faraway place and the time has come for her story to be told… S.C. Wright tells a great story without the weight of angsty characters. This is fantasy, the sky is the limit, but family is what you make it and this group of misfits makes for a completely entertaining family filled with diversity. Need something a little different in the fantasy/paranormal genre? Tired of dark and brooding tales? Sit back and enjoy the ride! I received a complimentary review copy from S.C. Wright!