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Tour: Stakeout by Nikki Jefford

Nikki Jefford
(Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter #2.5)
Publication date: January 14th 2014
Genres: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult

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Noel Harper got a second chance at life when the government recruited her as an undercover vampire informant. Since the day they brought her back from the good-as-dead, she has wanted to prove herself worthy.

When a member of her investigative unit is murdered, Noel is paired up with a vampire hunter named Dante to spy on a suspect in Fairbanks. The problem? They’re not the only ones on stakeout. Taking down murderous vampires is one thing. Dealing with the past is another. But this time, Noel isn’t letting fear win. She’s calling in help from the other side and discovers a shocking secret along the way.

(STAKEOUT is an Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter novella told from Noel Harper’s POV. Approximately 54,000 words.)

About the Author

Bookaholic, nature girl, and animal lover.

Nikki Jefford is a third generation Alaskan who found paradise in the not-so-tropical San Juan Islands (WA) where she is, once more, neighbors with Canada in a town without a single traffic light.

She married the love of her life, Sebastien, while working as a teaching assistant in France. They reside with their Westie, Cosmo in Friday Harbor.

Loves fictional bad boys and heroines who kick butt.

The Tour

March 3rd
Pinkindle >> Review
My Book Addiction >> Guest post
Library of a Book Witch >> Review

March 4th
Bea’s Book Nook >> Excerpt
Mom With A Kindle >> Review
What’s Beyond Forks?  >> Review + Top 10 List

March 5th
Bookluvrs Haven >> Review
Word to Dreams >> Guest post
Fang Freakin’ Tastic Reviews >> Review + Excerpt
The Demon Librarian  >> Review

March 6th
In Love With Handmade >> Review
Buried Under Books >> Review
Little Read Riding Hood >> Guest post

March 7th
Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, and Romance  >> Review
A_Tiffyfit’s Reading Corner  >> Review
Michelle’s Paranormal Vault of Books >> Review + Excerpt
City of Books >> Review