As she learns to master her new preternatural abilities, she must cut through the lies of those around her. With the police and a killer hot on her trail, can she solve the mystery of being First Born or will family secrets prove deadly?
WOW, WOW, WOW talk about suspense!!! I love a good page turner, especially when there are shape shifters involved, and Ms. Zoeller did NOT disappoint!!
When attacked by her not so gentlemanly date, Lily Moore shape shifts for the very first time in her life causing her to lash out and fight back. She flees the scene of the crime and in doing so builds the suspicion against her. In her new form she's taken in by a coworker who has no idea what or who she really is. Trying to stay out of the public eye and investigate hidden family secrets, as well as solve multiple murders, proves to be a bit difficult for Lily but she actually manages to succeed for a little while. That is until the bad guys catch up with her as they always do.
I'm always intrigued by the different paranormal worlds out there, getting each authors perspective & "living" in their world for a bit is simply amazing. I'm just in awe of the amount of creativity put into these types of novels. Maybe that's why this is my favorite genre ever!! Ms. Zoeller did a great job of pulling me into the story from the first couple of pages. The story moved along swiftly, yet gave great detail to the Chinese heritage of our main characters, Lily and Seth. It was equal parts action, humorous, dramatic and suspenseful. Basically this novel had many of the qualities I look for in a good book!! The writing was great and pretty much typo-free (which I LOVE and appreciate greatly). I really enjoyed First Born and would definitely recommend it to readers of paranormal mysteries/suspense.
Meet The Author
Tricia lives in Marietta, Georgia with her husband, Lou, her little yappy dog, Lola Belle, and her big orange mutant cat, George. Her two stepsons, Joseph and Robert, make stopovers as well, making sure to keep life an adventure.
Tricia earned a B.A. in Journalism and Anthropology from Indiana University in Bloomington. After moving to Atlanta in 1992, she obtained her Masters of Education in Communication Disorders from Georgia State University and spent a decade working as a Speech-Language Pathologist, most recently in the pediatric field treating children on the Autism Spectrum.
Writing has always been a part of her life–like breathing and chocolate.
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