The Ghoul Who Loved Me: Little Ava's Rite of Passage

The Ghoul Who Loved Me: Little Ava's Rite of Passage

by Nina Hobson

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"Monsters…Murder…Baby Formula?"

Little Ava is now a happy, pretty, well-adjusted one year old. As per Hilderbrant' custom, she must go through the traditional rite of passage. It is a time of celebration which will once more bring the entire clan together. However, this is all new to Ian Volkov, Ava's human dad, and once again he breaks Hilderbrant' protocol…dropping yet another unprecedented bombshell on Boston and his family.


A bombshell so massive it'll forever change the inner dynamic of the Hilderbrant familial makeup. 

Nina Hobson's Ghoul 'verse containing all manner of classic horror monsters, from zombies to vampires to succubi, will have you chuckling one moment and gasping in the next. High school drama transcends species and this paranormal romance will take you through your paces.

Come relive your high school glory days. Well, you know, if you went to school with monsters…


Product Details

BN ID: 2940156344178
Publisher: Nina Hobson
Publication date: 12/26/2018
Series: The Ghoul Who Loved Me
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 209 KB

About the Author

Nina Hobson currently resides in Ohio.

Nina writes what she refers to as "horror's softer side." It's not too graphic, scary or intense for she has a deep love of monsters that show compassion...even though they'll still rip your guts out and feed on them if the occasion calls for it.

Classic horror is a satisfying indulgence but it doesn't have to always be horrific to be enjoyable. For instance, zombies no longer simply lumber about, they can now flat-out run (Dawn of the Dead (2004)), hold down jobs (iZombie), lead a group of their own (Land of the Dead) and even cooperate with humans to an extent (Z Nation).

And she knows there are others out there that share these views so to those...welcome sisters and brothers to fiction our way.

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