Better to be a hunter, not prey.
Ever since my partner got kidnapped, I've been on a personal mission to get him back. To do that, I'll need to capture the vampire responsible for destroying my life.
In order to have a snowball's chance at success, I'll have to team up with my most loyal friends—including a certain vampire in black with a provokin ...more
Please note this series must be read in chronological order, and the below review contains spoilers for earlier books. If you haven't yet started this series, please see my review for Book 1, Aurora Sky.
In Hunting Season we are treated to a whirlwind of action between the hunted and the hunters. The only question is just who is being hunted as more secrets begin to be revealed about the secret, clandestine government agency that Au ...more
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I didn't think it possible but this series just gets better, and better. It's the type of series that grabs you right away, then gets you so addicted, you can't sleep cuz you want to keep reading to find out what's going to happen, you don't want to take the time to eat and God forbid someone tries to talk to you while you're reading. It's a great series to get engrossed in and get out of the real world for awhile, a break from the stress of life. I highly recommend this series t ...more
At A Glance
It was okay. I expected more.
I gotta be honest. I am going to hardcore complain about this book in The Bad and The Snuggly section. My irritation today is at level 9, so I am just in a pissy mood (my cat scratched up my new Betsy Johnson bag) so I am taking it out on this book, though everything I mention is 100% true. So I want you guys to know that despite what I say below, I love this series. This is not my fav addition to the series ...more
The romance has become tiresome, on and on and on unfulfilled stuff. Yawwwwn. And finally, I'm just sick of the characters, their more of the same behaviour, and frankly the whole thing needs a big lift and the injection of some fresh material.
The plot itself in the series has remained strong, but too long, too much more of the same, no new characters and no new material.
I don't ev ...more
With Dante gone, it is up to Aurora and her friends to hatch a plan and get him back. Along the way, they also set out to discover what really is going on in the Agency with Jared and Melcher, though they have a pretty good idea. Seriously, those crazy people -_- But this book was great, like always! :)
The story started off fast and with action, just how I like it! Except maybe it was a little too fast... I was a little confused as to what was going on, but it actu ...more
I just love this series. It's been one of my all time favorites. I love how the story has progressed. I can't say too much as I do not want to spoil anything for you.
If your a fan of paranormal books, and a different, and creepy spin on vampires, then this is the series for you. You can even try out the series for free by getting the first book for free, so you can find out for yourself.
Aurora is a strong female ch ...more
*Genre* Young Adult, Paranormal
Hunting Season is the FOURTH installment in the Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter series by Nikki Jefford. Picking up where Bad Blood left off, Dante is still missing after being caught by Giselle, and Aurora has finally been told the truth about what she really is. As a backgrou ...more
Nikki Jeffords knows how to keep you on your toes and hanging by a thread. I can't wait for the next book. She just proves why her series is one of my faves.
The Aurora Sky books take place in Anchorage and occasionally Seward, Fairbanks and Girdwood. I have walked everywhere that Aurora has gone.
Thanks for the fun, Nikki.
Category: Young adult paranormal romance
Paranormal genre: vampires
5 out of 5 stars!
I just finished this fourth installment of the Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter series and it still has me hooked in as deep as book one did. I have to say, I am not 100% in line with the cover version of Fane but the cover goes a ...more
I could not put this book down. It was full of non-stop action and excitement.
To say Aurora has a lot on her plate is an understatement. Once again, it seems like her world has been turned upside-down. She ends up making new discoveries and realizations about herself and others. I like that she is a loyal friend. She acts on what she f ...more
The scrumptious Dante has fallen into some dastardly clutches and it's up to Aurora and her pals, vampire or otherwise, to figure out how to rescue him. That's not the only thing going on, though; now that Aurora knows she's more than just your typical ...more
This is the fourth in the series and I got into it right away because the book picks up right away! There is no missing beat between the books and I never feel like I am missing something, even though I read the third quite some time ago!
For some reason with all of their plans going awry I started losing interest. This is full of plot movement and characters that I h ...more
This book was none stop action, and I loved every minute of it. I was sitting at the edge of my seat most of the time, wanting to know what happened next. Aurora Sky just can't get a break, she is always having to do something or go somewhere. There seems to be twists throughout the book, some I wasn't expecting, which added the bonus for me. I liked to be surprised when reading.
I rated this book at a five star, to be honest, this book was better then her other Aurora Sky ...more
After loving the past books in this series, I had high hopes for this novel. A lot had gone on in Bad Blood. It ended with Dante being kidnapped at the blood drinking party amongst other loose ends needing to be tied, so I was itching to read this book to find out what happens next.
Because of the gap between reads, I was left a tad confused as to what was happening, but that is my mistake. I read back on things and finally caught up after the first chapter or so. But despite being absorbed in th...more
Aurora has to get Dante back and will do anything to get him. While trying to find him they want to find out what is really going on with the agency. OH, in this book we have a crooked agency, ...more
This series is pretty entertaining, lots of interesting twists and turns. I like Aurora, I think she has a good heart and wants to do right by those she cares about. I like most of the side characters as well. Even though there are a good amount of them they all have a strong voices and st ...more
This book seemed to just keep meandering along with nothing really exciting happening until the last 1/3 of the book. I did get kinda bored in the first 1/3 of the book because of this. It wasn't bad enough to quit reading obviously, but it sure wasn't the can't put it down until your done kinda read. I feel bad for Aurora in the end. She's in a pickle & not sure how this will go. I'm not so sure how I feel about Dante at this point either. ...more
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When she's not writing, she's reading, walking, or out riding her motorcycle, a Honda CB5 ...more