Whiteout (Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, Vol. 5)

Whiteout (Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, Vol. 5)

by Nikki Jefford


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517785819
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/26/2015
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

Nikki Jefford is a third generation Alaskan now living in the Pacific Northwest. She loves fictional bad boys and heroines who kick butt. Books, travel, TV series, hiking, writing and motorcycle riding are her favorite escapes. She loves meeting people from all walks of life, from all around the globe; and wouldn't trade her French husband in for anyone - not even Spike!

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Whiteout (Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, Vol. 5) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series is great for all ages. It is a romance story but it is written for any age without going into to much detail about the love scenes but does get the point across. Thanks and keep the series going. It has a lot of life in it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started reading, had to skim previous book to refresh my memory. A lot going on in this book , was good though.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was good, but aurora is very childish at times and Dante in my opinion is worse than some of the "villians" they kill. Also we never find out what happened to Gavin. They never mention anything about going to release him and since Giselle is the only one who knows where he's locked up and she's been on the run with Aurora and Dante it's safe to assume that everyone just forgets about him because he is not mentioned at all in this book. This book could have been much better if more time had been taken to give more details on some things.
jean5JW More than 1 year ago
Another amazing book by Nikki Jefford: “Whiteout”, book five of the Aurora Sky Series. Aurora and Dante are on the run both hunting vampires and being hunted by the Agency and “Just” Jared. Their relationship has taken a turn in a new direction which they have to adapt to which is awkward for them at first. Giselle is with them which is crazy in a whole new level; especially since she kidnapped Dante in the first place. In this book I actually start liking Giselle a little bit. I loved Fane’s point of view. When you can get in the head of other characters you can better understand them which adds to the story. Fane cares so deeply for Aurora and will stop at nothing to find her. It was great to meet some of Fane’s family and understand how much he can use his family connections to his benefit and Aurora’s. Aurora always amazes me with her strength and determination to do the right thing. Aurora’s character grows more with each book which is a treat to watch. I love the growth of Aurora and Fane’s relationship and the places it goes in this story. “Whiteout” is full of excitement, action, love, and surprises. You won’t want to miss another adventure in Aurora’s world.
JanaGundy More than 1 year ago
Aurora is back and of course Dante is along for the ride as well. We left with Aurora on the run with Dante, leaving Fane behind. They both hate being apart but Aurora is wanted and has to find a way out of it. Fane will do anything to find Aurora and make all of her problems go away. I really loved how sacrificial Aurora was in this one but oh Fane! He did get his POV some in this one and you are just going to love him!!!!! The ending was satisfying but leaves you wanting more! I did receive a free ARC in exchange for an honest review
texasblues More than 1 year ago
A super-satisfying continuation of the series. Aurora is in deep trouble and on the run - and being on the run in Alaska in winter is no fun. The big surprise of this book is the chapters that are written from Fane's point of view. At first, I was leery - I hated that part of Allegiant and never finished the book. To my surprise, I found myself looking forward to the Fane chapters; Nikki Jefford really knocked it out of the park in those chapters. Of course, it ends on another cliff-hanger, so we're all set up for the last book and coming end of the saga.