Ava needs to forget all about the vampires, but they won’t leave her alone. Between her failing business, angry landlord, disloyal friends, and vampire stalkers, life is starting to feel pretty stressful. When Ava finally deals with her biggest problem, she gets caught up in the chain of events it triggers and is d ...more
This second book in the series is a huge improvement compared to the first one in terms of grammar/editing. This book was also really good in the last few chapters. However, it tended to do massive info dumps that were hard to follow and we kept learning about new characters before we even remembered the other ones' names. Still, this series is showing promise and improvement so I'll continue to the third one.
"Taunt" pick up immediately after the first book ended. Ava is reeling trying to forget about all of the things that had gone wrong in her world. She feels betrayed b ...more
It seems that the story can only get better. Just enough action, drama etc. to keep one hooked till the end. A definite must read for all paranormal readers.
What next is in store for Ava, Carl, Peter and the supernatural world? Onl ...more
Another exciting novella showing the life of Ava Delaney. This has action, intrigue and a little sass. I really love a good strong woman, even if she's slowly getting there. I love her passion and the way she's always looking out for her friends. I really love the way Ms. Farrell writes and can't wait to read the next in the series.
With this to contend with the first half of this book, the followup to 'Thirst', is almost exhausting to read. You get a great sense that Ava's life is spiraling out of c ...more
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I have read Taunt many times before, so my original thoughts are mostly forgotten, but I still remember some of my first impressions.
What I thought of Taunt when I first read it, was that it was great. The story moves fast, and the characters are all pretty much likeable. Which is always something nice to have. The only characters that I didn’t like were Becca, since she’s Becca. I also don’t like Eddie, since he’s ma ...more
Now that the story has gotten going it's way better than I had hoped. I really didn't think it could get better and I do not give out 5 stars to that many books. They have to be really good all the way thru with no boring areas, no awkward sentences and the story has to be believable in the world it's written for and the people have to be interesting and not too aggravating or stupid. This is all of that! I love how everyone is written and how you find out just enough to feel you know ...more
The second book of the Ava Delaney series starts out strong. She’s down on her luck with rent money and she’s being stalked by vampires. Suddenly she’s taken in by the Council to stand trial.
Unfortunately it’s all downhill from there. Ava turns into a petulant, sulky teenager. She whines and she bemoans her fate. She lashes out at everyone. She’s anything but the spunky and strong heroine I had come to love in Thirst.
The rest of the cast even remonstrates her for it ye ...more
Book one in the Ava Delaney series - Thirst - is now free.
Ava needs to forget all about the vampires, but they won’t leave her alone. Between her failing business, angry landlord, disloyal friends, and vampire stalkers, life is starting to feel pretty stressful. When Ava finally deals with her biggest problem, she gets caught up in the chain of events it triggers and is dragged along a path she can’t escape from.
Ava has to figure out exactly what her biggest threat is: the humans, the vampires...more