Hello hello everyone!
Meet Josie Griffin, when she in a rage quite mode destroys her boyfriend’s fancy smancy car window and she gets sentenced to community service + anger management. And then she discovers that there is a whole world of paranormal beings.
The second volume in both these series and well once again… I really liked reading the Vampire Cheerleaders but the Paranormal Mystery Squad was just not my cup of tea. I am still happy I finally had a chance to read this graphic novel, thanks Seven Seas for making them free.
Another fun (though the second half not so) graphic novel featuring a vampire squad and later in the next half a worthless paranormal mystery squad written/made by Adam Arnold. Thank you to Seven Seas for offering this one (and others) for free.
“Elaine!” he shouted. “Snap out of it!”
I whirled around in time to see her lips curling back, teeth exposed, a look of determination in her black flashing eyes. I ripped the clock off the wall and raised it above my head, ready to slam it into this vampire mama’s chest, but Johann stepped between us. He grabbed Elaine by the shoulders and gave her a firm shake.
“I finally make a friend and this is how you act?” he shouted at her.
“Alexia had found pregnancy relatively manageable, up to a point. That point having been some three weeks ago, at which juncture her natural reserves of control gave way to sentimentality. Only yesterday she had ended breakfast sobbing over the fried eggs because they looked at her funny. The pack had spent a good half hour trying to find a way to pacify her. Her husband was so worried he looked to start crying himself.”