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True North (Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, Vol. 6) by [Jefford, Nikki]
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Nominated Best Supernatural Villain in the 2017 UTOPiAn Awards - Jared, True North 

Aurora has spent the past year fighting for survival, freedom, and justice. Now she's about to face the biggest battle of her life. Field agents are turning up dead and everyone is working to stop Jared before he starts a full-blown war between vampires and hunters.

Fane's resolve and support has never been stronger. Aurora's feelings for him are as constant as the North Star, but their future is teetering on thin ice.

Aurora will make the ultimate sacrifice to protect her family and friends. In order to persevere, she must accept who she is and embrace the cold.

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  • Print Length: 288 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #59,997 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By jodie hurst TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 April 2017
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. It was a story that i got lost in and had to read all of the books in this series and i definitely recommend it. For those who love a action packed paranormal romance this series is for you.
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A fan(g)tastic story which kept me totally engrossed. I couldn't put it down, even when I should have long gone to bed. Aurora finds herself kidnapped by a maniac vampire and his equally psychotic girlfriend. She has to try and free herself before the maniac's plans come to fruition and her boyfriend is killed. Her and her friends band together to take out this nut-case before it's too late.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Missing in Action... 28 July 2016
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I began the Aurora Sky series a month before the release of True North. My excitement around the series, plot twists and character development pumped me full of excitement as I patiently waited the climatic series finale. Unfortunately, the ending came without the climax I'd hoped.

True North, was very similar in pace to Whiteout, which was not my favorite in the series. There are several key players and when you read a book that alleviates those players, then you are left with a missing piece of the puzzle. The first few chapters in the book moved at a snails pace, and it took me about a week to get up to chapter 10. I forged ahead because of the expectations of ending the agency and the heroes winning. I won't spoil the book, but it definitely left me hanging.

As often as Fane and Aurora were missing in Whiteout, I felt the same situations occur in True North. Seventy-five percent of the book was a story-line that I really didn't care about. Aurora became more lackluster and dry, while others took on more of a focal point. She at times also became whiny and not the strong person we saw her as in the other novels.

Because I cannot give any spoilers, I will say the book ended and again it wasn't what I expected, but there is satisfaction in knowing that the good guys win. It's just how they won left me annoyed.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing interesting until the final 1/4 of the book 20 September 2016
By KarenM of My Bookbag - Published on
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I like this series by author Nikki Jefford. There are a lot of good ideas, characters that are interesting, and an engaging story. Overall, this series is good. I wish that the overall story arc was condensed into five books rather than the six.

Unfortunately, this book suffers from the “end of the line” syndrome. I feel that the last fourth of this book should have been included in book five, Whiteout. In fact, it would be great if Hunting Season, Whiteout, and True North could be edited down to two books, rather than three. Despite some very interesting plot points, there are parts of each of the three books that feel like filler.

There is not much character development in True North, other than that of Noel.

Aurora Sky Vampire Hunter is a good series, but I am not that impressed with this final book, (other than the aforementioned final fourth). 2 1/4 stars
4.0 out of 5 stars I liked it. 9 July 2016
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What I liked about this book is that it helped tie up loose ends. We were able to see everything Aurora has been fighting for since the very beginning come to an end. I loved seeing her relationship with Fane grow and strengthen. I was also happy to find out how the rest of the gang ended up.

What caused me to give the book four stars instead of five is because there were a couple of things that I didn’t like about the book. The first thing I didn’t like about the book was that the beginning was slow with like no action. After around chapter 9, things started picking up and sucked me in. I also was getting very annoyed with Aurora constantly whining about the cold. It’s cold in Alaska during the winter, I get it. But, she doesn’t need to find a way to complain about it in almost every chapter. She grew up in Alaska, you’d think she’d learn to deal with it by now. Other than the complaining about the cold, Aurora is a strong female character that I adore. I also love how Dante’s wittiness has rubbed off on her.

The two factors I didn’t like about the book were strong enough to deduct a star, but not bad enough to where I didn’t love the book. I’ve loved this series since the moment I picked up Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter not even a year ago. I have fallen in love with the gang and I feel some grief for knowing this is the last book of the series. I really hope Nikki Jefford will do a series spinoff or conclusion novellas for all of our gang members. I’d love to see what everyone’s life is like 50 or 100 years from the last chapter. I give my complement’s to Nikki Jefford for providing such an amazing series that I will never forget. So. if you are looking for a kick-a paranormal romance with a strong female lead, then this is the book for you. If you haven’t read any of the series, then what are you waiting for? Go get the first book for free on Amazon.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Only for the die-hards 20 August 2016
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In the final book of the series, Aurora and the gang are hunting down Jared so they can save the world and get on with their eternal lives.

I found this to be the weakest of the books, mostly for a slow pace. Their search at a standstill, nothing happens until about the half way point, then it picks up for a few chapters, then dies down again until the end where it picks up for a doozy of a final scene. There's a lot of waiting in this book, a lot of daydreaming about Fane--like, way to much, unhealthy obsession, daydreaming of Fane (when this relationship ends, it's going to go down in a blaze of fire, I'm kind of curious about that book)--then more waiting, and then more daydreaming.

Over all, I think it was a good ending to the series, but it really didn't end leaving me wanting more like the author's other series did. The story felt like it was 80% filler to make it novel length when it was really only a novella's worth of actual content--but, I guess, who wants to end on a novella.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Heroes come in all kinds of packages. 8 September 2016
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This is the last episode of Aurora Sky. Along with Fane, Dante, Noel, Joss, and all the other assassins and informants and even the baddies, Valerie, (aka Evil Red), Jared (gag) and Melcher, will be missed.

So, Jared is on the loose again, this time, he makes his whereabouts unknown, as he flies WAY below the radar (scum of the earth that he is). Meanwhile, as they wait, AND wait for sightings of said scumbag, Aurora and Fane and all take over the Agency, begrudgingly to Melcher.

Fane and Aurora get much, MUCH closer during this time. As do others, but I'm going to leave that as a surprise.

The ending has a huge twist, but of course I'm not going to tell you what that twist is or when it happens. Hehehe!! Yeah, I guess I'm evil in that way too.

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