Author: Nikki Jefford

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Feb 12
{ARC Review+Giveaway} French Kiss For Hire by Assorted Authors

{ARC Review+Giveaway} French Kiss For Hire by Assorted Authors

French Kiss for Hire is a new kind of series. One that I have never seen before, and seems like a very cool idea. Each installment, or serial for this series is written by a different author. But when you put all of the serial installments together it forms a complete story. I have only read the first episode, and they are not divulging yet which author wrote it, so it will be interesting to see if there are big writing style differences between the episodes. I can’t wait to see what the finished product will look like. I am really not sure who the first episode was written by but it was a cute start to a promising series. I really liked how adorably head over heels Luc is for Serena. The jury is still out on her, by the way. I actually like the girl that finds Luc through Serena more than Serena herself. But what I like most is that he seems to be the main character… Read more »

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Jun 10
{Review} Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter by Nikki Jefford

{Review} Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter by Nikki Jefford

Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter seemed like it was a unique take on a vampire story. Aurora Sky is a senior at a high school in Alaska, and she can’t wait to get out of town. But before any of that can happen she is swept away by some government agents. Apparently, her blood is toxic to vampires. The premise had so much promise and I can see a lot of people easily enjoying this series. It is a classic young adult paranormal vampire tale. Sadly, the story didn’t capture my attention and the characters fell a bit flat for me. Initially, I really felt for Aurora. My heart really went out to her. She had a hard shake of it at the beginning, but then the more and more she started opening her mouth , the more she started to annoy me. I liked her sense of humor. She was funny, but she was also petulant and immature. I just couldn’t connect with her. But at least I liked her… Read more »

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