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Synopsis

Thanks to her rare blood type, Aurora’s forced to hunt vampires in Alaska with her cute, but obnoxious partner Dante. Then there’s Fane, the dark prince of temptation, himself, and last person she wants to lose her heart to.

All she ever wanted was to get off the iceberg she calls home, but she owes her life to the agency. Basically she’s a glorified chew toy with poisoned blood that sends vampires into temporary paralysis right before she has to finish the job—by hand.

Now Aurora's only friends are groupies of the undead and the only boy she can think about may very well be a vampire.

(Mature YA/New Adult. Contains mild language, violence, sexual situations...and blood sucking.)
 

Book Reviews

Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, Vol. 1
Average rating
4.3 / 5
Fun!
November 13th, 2015
I was hesitant at first but once I started reading I was immediately pulled into the story. It is a fast fun a day easy read!
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1 review
Surprisingly different
October 18th, 2015
Keeps you on your toes.. wondering if the author is familiar with laurell k hamilton.. good/bad there's some grey.. loved it
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Loved it
September 25th, 2015
I loved it!! I can't wait to read the next books. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to read other books of yours as well.
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Aurora Sky
September 7th, 2015
I enjoyed reading this book it was hard to put it down... Now next story to start...thanks for a good read
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Review: Aurora Sky, by Nikki Jefford
April 30th, 2015
This is the first of Jefford’s books that I’ve read, but I’ve known about her work for quite some time. Now, with this one under my belt, I’m not going to put off the rest for as long. This was a great start to what seems like an addicting series, and it seems I have some catching up to do with yet another book coming out soon. I really enjoyed Aurora Sky, even if I had some issues with it, which I’ll get to. The big picture was great and I think the story was paced well to keep me hooked and moving forward. I think Jefford’s developed some enjoyable main characters and at times it felt like I was really in the cold, barren setting of Alaska. I also thought the premise was a great one. (I’m not giving much away, this is mainly in the book’s description) The government has a “secret” vampire hunter department and Aurora is forced into it. I say forced because she doesn’t have much choice since they spent a lot of resources on keeping her alive after her car accident. This leads me to one issue: the government agents don’t train Aurora, but throw her out in the field hoping she’ll land on her feet. She’s a dull teenager before all this and is only taking kickboxing classes after school for a few weeks. I felt that if these agents were trying to rid of the world of bad vampires, they’d take the time to really train their hunters and communicate with them better on what their job is. There was also a “big reveal” that I saw from very early on, which Aurora was oblivious to. It also supports my questioning of the agents’ training methods. Yet, despite all of this, I don’t feel it dampened my enjoyment of the book that much. It was easy to gloss over it and let the story grab me. I think it will be a great series after this, and more will be developed in terms of building this “underground” vampire/government world, and also the characters will have some room to grow and I’m sure many more great characters will show up along the way. It was a quick, fun read and I don’t read too many vampire books. I’m going to have to start the author’s Spellbound series soon as well to see what that series has in store for me.
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Auroran sky
April 14th, 2015
Fantasy at its best, a delicious novel full of magic, wonder and excitement. Looking forward to volumne two.
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Vampire hunting with a twist
September 2nd, 2014
Alaska - great place for vampires - lots of darkness. Aurora gets sucked into a life she doesn't want & the guys in her life don't help. Good book - look forward to more adventures.
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Interesting
July 15th, 2014
Different take on vampire hunting
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Loved it
June 21st, 2014
The fact that the heroine wasn't a damsel in distress was kinda cool!I loved the book!:))))
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Aurora sky
April 14th, 2014
It was good
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Aurora sky
February 14th, 2014
Amazing didnt want it to finish.
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Excellent!
December 17th, 2013
Excellent mais beaucoup trop court! J'en veut encore!
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