By Becca Vincenza
The race is on to find the Rebirth paranormals.
Elijah doesn’t have feelings. He doesn’t care, nor does he empathize, until the day Audrey was found. While searching her mind telepathically, things suddenly changed for him. He never imagined that he would face all the emotions plaguing him. Now he is on a mission to find the rumored Rebirth creature. What happens when a creature never meant to feel anything suddenly becomes attached to another?
Valentine always knew there was something…different about her. While she hated even the thought of blood, she loved to help those in need. She felt an instant connection with her patients and always strived to save lives. Her adoptive sister always told her that she cared too much. That she couldn’t save everyone. And now there is a colder than ice man in her life that won’t go away, and won’t take no for an answer. The problem is, she never wanted to push him away, even though she knows he will be her downfall.
First off Healed is the second book in the rebirth series so if you have not read Damaged I recommend you read it before reading Healed.
This book is about Valentine an unknown paranormal that does not know anything about her paranormal heritage. She was raised by her best friends Amani’s family, Amani herself is a paranormal that was only given information about herself on an as need to know basis. The only thing Valentine knows about herself is that she can heal animals and humans but does not know why. Elijah is a wraith a paranormal that has no ability to feel and is feared by all. He is sent to bring the unknown paranormal back to his clan before other clans can capture her.
Valentine and Elijah are exact opposites. One cares too much and the other not at all! But they begin to have a connection to one another and struggle to figure it all out. Look for plenty of twists and turns and OMGs with these two. They will have you sitting on the edge of your seat wishing you could read faster to see what is going to happen.
Over all this was a great story that was the perfect follow up to book one. I have become a big fan of Becca’s and I am looking forward to more of her stories… they just keep getting better and better! Her characters are ones you love and ones you love to hate! Awesome job Becca!