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Evil Red (Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, Vol. 2.6) by [Jefford, Nikki]
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L.A. is one tough city, especially when sharing a trailer with four thieving sisters.

Valerie’s plans for a better life and Hollywood grandeur are interrupted after a fateful stabbing lands her in Anchorage, Alaska where government agents expect her to play the role of a vampire hunting La Femme Nikita.

The redheaded vixen is back in her own novelette.

Recommended after Stakeout (Vol. 2.5). Approximately 20,000 words.

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  • File Size: 1451 KB
  • Print Length: 67 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IR008PM
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #119,059 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Probably not a book to read on its own but as part of the Aurora Sky series it was good to get Valerie's back story and see what's going on inside that red head of hers! I had expected and hoped for the story of Valerie going AWOL after escaping Jared so was a little disappointed.
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By crunchy_cat23 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 February 2015
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I got a little disappointed, I thought that this book would first start of as how she came to the organization and then let us know what happened when she split from aurora and got onto a different plane l, and went her own way but it didn't happen. I was not happy. Oh well
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3.0 out of 5 stars Eh... not worth .99 cents 13 September 2016
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I thought since the 2.5 was good, that I would want to read this one too. I was disappointed for 2 reasons. I bought Books 1-3 set, and the 2.5 was in that, but this was not, so I had to purchase it for .99 cents. While this is not a bad price, it just was not worth it to me, since I don't like Valerie character a whole lot. and the other disappointment is that it just wasn't very good. I'm glad it was short and didn't waste a whole lot of my time.

Basically to me, the sum of Valerie is that she's a B***h. All the way through. This novella didn't show me that there was another side of her, except that she liked 1 of her 3 sisters. She just isn't a very likeable person, rude. I could do without her, but then again.. every person has one in their life... LOL.

It didn't stop me from going on to the next book...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Long live the witch! 11 April 2014
By Rabid Reading - Published on
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Valerie Ward. Fans of the Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter series know that name well. She's the wicked witch of the series, a fiery redhead we love to boo and hiss at, and she's (in)famous for stealing scenes and boyfriends. And yet, as bad as she is - and trust me, Valerie can be very bad indeed - there's something about her that we can't get enough of. Something that demands respect. Whatever else Val is, she's a survivor, and in EVIL RED, we get a rare glimpse into her past, seeing where she started out and how she became a part of the Aurora Sky team. Will it make any of us change our minds about her? Probably not, LOL - she is, after all, our favorite almost-villainess - but it's a fun read regardless, and honestly, can you ever go wrong with ANY story set in the Aurora Sky world? No, you can't :)
5.0 out of 5 stars Move over Stephen King, Ann Rice and Clive Barker, there is a new Grand Master in town 16 May 2015
By Jeff L. Day aka The Dark Quill - Published on
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The Author does a phenomenal job in coming back and creating multi-faceted layers and depths to her supporting cast. Valeria is an interesting footnote in the Aurora Sky series, but she is not necessarily what I would refer to as integral to the series; with the 2.5 and 2.6 additions, Miss Jefford joins the ranks of great epic novelists like Dana Fuller Ross of the Wagons West! series and Dana Clayton Porter of the White Indian series.
Valerie (Evil Red), is brought to life in a most enticing and exotic way, also adding a great many shades of depth to other characters in the series; but she is also given an element that shows what is going on behind the cool façade that gives the reader empathy for her. This book also adds great depth to other characters that really help you identify with them throughout the series and for that alone is an important read, but it takes you on an emotional journey from detesting Valerie to empathizing with her and even admiring her.
Pay attention at this point folks, I am mentioning something important here. There are many, such as MYSELF, that do not usually purchase FILLER releases, meaning anything that is a .5, .6, .7 etc. and if you follow your usual practice in this case you will be extremely sorry. Nikki Jefford did not pen these as the usual afterthought "filler" material to rob your pocketbooks, as many author's do. I do not know the woman myself, so I cannot speak of her intentions or her writing style, but it is MY humble opinion that she created this series as she did for the same reason that I have struggles so to come up with anything "publishable," most of today's audience simply does not have the attention span to sit down and read a book that is 4" thick and flips through chapters where one covers character A, the next character B and the next character G, then the next back to A and the next is C and etc. etc. Those were phenomenal books! I grew up on them, I idolized them and they are what created the bibliophile that I am; but authors face a different reality today and must dip there quill in a well and pen something for a different breed or reader. The chaos we call life today, does not allow many people the luxury of reading novels like Shogun anymore, they require quick, concise novels that offer the fulfillment and satisfaction of larger novels compacted into a much shorter read. Miss Jefford has Mastered this craft and I bow in humble admiration.
She creates a unique breed of vampire that I find appealing and as an author myself, [author: J.L. Day I have never really discovered written or cinematic vampire characters to my liking, other than my own. Miss Jefford, however; has managed to completely entice and captivate my attention and I have found myself smitten with her characters and this entire series.
I breathlessly anticipate her next release and cannot WAIT to see what her next offering is after she finishes the Aurora Sky series. I am thinking that as much as I have enjoyed my tryst with this series, I should go back to Amazon and purchase her Spellbound trilogy. I really am enchanted with this author and have great hopes that we finally have another Great One to add to the ranks, it has been too long since we had someone that was truly synonymous with the genre.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Novella for the Aurora Sky series 2 July 2014
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Evil Red is about a trailer park girl in LA who always manages to have a new boyfriend who is better than the last. She is out at an under 21 club and decides to take a smoke break and moves away a little to not be hit upon. She is barreled into and is in terrible pain and wakes up in a hospital in a military base in Alaska. She is told they will pay her to be on call as a vampire hunter. As long as they give her the drug, she won't turn into an evil vampire. She starts school and her assignment is to get close to a very old vampire, who looks like Spike. It is part of the Aurora Sky series which also entails an Alaskan girl who is attacked and saved by agreeing to work for this agency. This is a novella, but the Aurora Sky series is good.
5.0 out of 5 stars get all the books 20 May 2017
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I love this series...took a flyer on it after vampires of the Caribbean short I read by Jefford...terrific characters totally relatable...