Dead Til Dawn

Dead Til Dawn - Kelli A. Wilkins Originally posted on Book-o-Craze

This story was kindly offered to me by the author Kelli A. Wilkins, in exchange for an honest review.

This is the second short story I read, that is written from this author. That's the reason why I knew that I was going to enjoy it so much. The way this writer writes once again proved to be so smooth, with everything being well-described, as well as the appropriate details being given in all the right moments.

The heroine was very likeable, something that was very enhanced and contrasted by the smart placement of a character most of us would dislike. That is also the reason why there could be a very wise lesson to be taught in the end of the story and is therefore stated right at the beginning of the blurb.

The plot was quite enjoyable, and unlike most of what I've read previously! At first, I was a bit skeptical of the concept of ghosts, but in this story everything was described in a way that didn't leave me any negative thoughts by the time I finished the story. Quite the opposite, in fact.

All in all, I award this short story 3.5 stars, thinking about giving ghost tales another chance in the near future!