January 20, 2018

Review: Aurora Sky

Aurora Sky

Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter #1 by Nikki Jefford

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Aurora Sky Vampire Hunter is a lab rat or freak whichever way you look at it. She dies in a car accident but then gets taken and kidnapped by some special air force agent Melcher, in which they create vampire hunters out of people. Their explanation is she has unique blood. Type AB negative. The book doesn't go into detail about their Frankenstein experiments only that she awakens in their lab and is alive. Anyhow, Aurora is in service to Melcher's demands from here on out which involve dangerous missions to kill evil vampires, and she is the bait. Her training is flexible as they work around her school schedule and Melcher doesn't appear to be a bad guy...
In the meantime, she meets a boy whom neither of them knows much about the other. His name is Fane, short for Francesco. It turns out he is a hundred and fifty-year-old vampire. Uh, yea.

I was appalled that Aurora didn't know Fane was a vampire because it was so obvious. Another thing is all of Aurora's girlfriends are informants and they work for Melcher! That proves interesting. Regardless when Aurora almost gets herself killed, again, Fane saves her life.
There is also another male in her life, but we won't talk about him. Suffice it to say he is a Vampire Hunter too, but it appears Aurora's mom fancies him more than Aurora does.


"We have saved your life and you, in turn, will save the lives of hundreds.” Jefford, Nikki. Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter (p. 23). Nikki Jefford. Kindle Edition.

About the Author 

Nikki Jefford is a third-generation Alaskan now living in the Pacific Northwest with her French husband and their Westie, Cosmo. When she's not reading or writing she enjoys taking long walks and motorcycling. Lifelong nature and animal lover with a fondness for hot chocolate, tea, wine, and baked goods.

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  1. I'm not liking the sound of a love triangle, but glad to hear you enjoyed this overall, Jackie. :)

  2. Hi Rachel, Thank you. No worries, there isn't a love triangle, just that Aurora kept her secret about being a vampire hunter from Fane and Fane didn't tell Aurora that he was a vampire so they broke up and both started seeing someone else, but by the end they got back together again.

  3. I'd not heard of this book before your review, so thank you for putting it on my radar! Great review :)

    1. Thanks! I first heard of Aurora Sky from Rachel @parajunkee.com a long time ago. I've had it on my kindle so long. It is contributing to the letter A.


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