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Vampire Assassin (Jane #1)
     

Vampire Assassin (Jane #1)

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by Samantha Warren
 

Immortality had never been something Jane aspired to until one fateful encounter changed her peaceful existence forever. Giving in to the inevitable, Jane decides to make her current unfortunate situation work in her favor and she embarks on journey that will change her life into something she never imagined. Vampire Assassin is the first book in the Jane novella

Overview

Immortality had never been something Jane aspired to until one fateful encounter changed her peaceful existence forever. Giving in to the inevitable, Jane decides to make her current unfortunate situation work in her favor and she embarks on journey that will change her life into something she never imagined. Vampire Assassin is the first book in the Jane novella series and runs approximately 15,000 words.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011509957
Publisher:
Samantha Warren
Publication date:
04/27/2011
Series:
Jane , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
162,616
File size:
130 KB

Meet the Author

Samantha Warren is an author-publisher who spends her days immersed in dragons, spaceships, and vampires. In the name of research, she enlisted the help of her pet dragon Anethesis and together they built a Noah’s Ark-like space ship. Three trips through a hole in the time-space continuum allowed the pair to explore the universe decades into the past and eons into the future. They discovered how life would be without Earth and were forced to run from alien law enforcement when their ship was deemed unspaceworthy. In the long run, the constant demands of space travel and repairs cut into Samantha’s sock fetish fund, so she was forced to sell her ark for half-price to a slimy creature that made Jabba the Hutt look like Brad Pitt. After her years of traveling, she returned to her roots. When she isn’t writing or reading, she is milking cows or trying to feed them Pop-Tarts and FiberOne bars (they like neither). She also spends a lot of time in her weed patch (aka: garden), collecting zombie gnomes, or watching any show featuring Gordon Ramsay. Anethesis remains by her side, sleeping away the day and hunting evil cat-eating coyotes by night.

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Vampire Assassin (Jane #1) 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 54 reviews.
junefaramore More than 1 year ago
Our Plain Jane vampire assasin starts off in action, showing us her current life in vivid detail. The assignment is to kill an adulterer, and this leads our narrator to take us down the rabbit hole of her making and the love she shared with her Maker. Some interesting additions to vampire lore, and I loved the voice of Jane.
Arrat More than 1 year ago
This book started out great, but then fell flat for me. It's about a vampire, Jane who is an assasin, the story starts off with a job, then goes back to how she became a vampire. I liked how Ms. Warren explains that not all vampires are "pale" and has her own vampire lore. What gets confusing is she describes the character as a "plain" Jane, but then this "plain", average Jane meets her vampire man as the main actress in a B movie. Then the life of Steve & Jane is just over the top, of course he is rich, they jet set all over and get weird little jobs. It was like reading a bad romance novel. Here I was hoping with her new rules for vampire lore this was gonna be interesting. By the end it was just another typical romance novel. I think most people will like it, it wasn't for me.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
Its hard to rate some books. This one starts talking about this guy Bob what he looks like and talking to his misstress and it would take him an hour to get home. Then she describes how fast vampires can walk. Then follow into his garage and kills him and how and why. I really did not like much of the first part of story. But then she talks more about her life and when she met her co-worker on a film and they fell for each other.The rest of story got me caring about Jane and Steven. I ended up shedding tears I was into the story. I would read more about Jane and see how much I liked that book if their is a next one. I was given this ebook in exchange for honest review.
tammy_r More than 1 year ago
i loved this quick little book. it had all of the elements that i look for in a paranormal. the characters were intriguing and had depth and drew me into the story effortlessly. i found my self becoming angry,sad,happy and all the other emotions right along with the heroine. i am already planning to read it again just in case i missed anything and i can't WAIT fot the next book in the series if there is one so i can find out what happens with them next not to mention some of the other characters that have their own stories to tell.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was the best book. It is trully the 1st person wirting. Let me tell ya tho. I trully cried for her pain in losing a soulnate. I can but then again cant imagine the pain to lose hin or her.it a good book n i highly reccomend this bood to all ages. N ti doesnt hav any sexual scenes in it either even if it should. Lmao
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one was just okay. It's about how a woman was changed into a vampire and her life before she was changed. A little boring, not drastically, just a little.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait to read the others in the series.
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crickysmom01 More than 1 year ago
very entertaining
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It wasnt bad it kept me intrested but was a littke challenging to follow
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