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About Paige Walker
Paige Walker was born in Nashville, Tennessee but grew up in Little Rock Arkansas. Her love for writing began when she was only 10 years old. She began writing poetry and was inspired by writers Shel Sliverstein and Maya Angelou. In September 2008, she published her first book, a poetry book collection, titled Emotions.
Paige graduated from The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff with a Bachelors Degree in Biology. It was shortly after that she felt the pull to write her first novel Transition, a vampire fantasy novel that she later published in December 2015. After successfully writing and publishing Transition, she immediately began working on the next installment to The Transition Series. The sequel Awakened was published in February 2019. Paige is currently working on the third installment to The Transition Series and plans to publish it in 2020.
Paige enjoys reading romance, fantasy, young adult, and dystopian fiction novels. When she isn’t reading or writing, she enjoys watching Marvel movies, Game of Thrones, and TV shows in the same genre as the books she reads. Paige now resides in Dallas, Texas where she continues to write, read, and enjoy life.
Struggling with her feelings for a human, Nichole tries to distance herself despite the enigmatic pull she feels towards him. To complicate things more, a handsome stranger enters her life pulling her into a world she never knew existed.
Will Nichole learn to balance both the vampire and human worlds? Or will she surrender to her vampire nature and attract a mysterious hunter that could lead to her demise?
From the book:
The sun descends and the moon rises, giving the only light that illuminates the darkness. Wind blows silently as if it is trying to tell me a secret. Our steps are quiet, we move like the wind walking along the forest floor, as we make our way to the hole I crawled out of just a few months ago.
We whip past the trees, rocks, and grass like we are floating in the air. The animals in the forest are neither seen nor heard. They are hiding, but I know they are out there. I can hear the steady pace of their hearts and the blood flowing in their veins.
We make it to our destination. No words spoken, no sentiments given. There is just quiet contemplation and preparation churning in our minds. I look at Jade and she nods. She quickly turns and climbs the tall tree, near me, looking like a spider silently climbing up a wall.
I turn my attention away from Jade. She is now invisible to me. I will neither give away nor tell her whereabouts. She is a secret, one that I will pretend not to know.
I look around through the darkness of night, taking my place, waiting for this game to begin. My stance is confident. My mind is calm. I survey my surroundings, like a predator who feels threatened, bracing for an attack. My eyes land on remnants of the trash bag that once held me inside. I laugh, Nate will have to do better this time if he wants to get rid of me.
Nate is going to come into the forest confident and cocky. He doesn’t realize that the girl he is coming to kill isn’t the same one he had attempted to kill before.