Firewalker is book 2 in the Stormwalker Series by urban fantasy, and paranormal romance author Firewalker audiobook by Jennifer Ashley & Allyson James. : Stormwalker (Stormwalker Series, Book 1) (): Allyson James: Books. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Award-winning author Allyson James is a pseudonym of NY Times bestselling author Jennifer Ashley.
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Sheriff Nash Jones is one of them. Janet is tired of running away, and wants it to end one way or the other. Neither was the main “villian” here, Janet’s mother.
Huge eye roll here.
Jennifer Ashley Goodreads Author. But most others, not so much. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. All of character traits make sense when you look at them through the lens of her experience.
In this deserted, unassuming desert town populated by tight lips and secrets, she wins information in her missing persons investigation through friendships and water cooler chatter beyond the stiff, almost one-man police force. Ultimately, there ended up being more references to crazy wild sex than actual stormwaljer.
: Stormwalker (Stormwalker Series, Book 1) (): Allyson James: Books
A vicious self adsorbed goddess who needs Janet to finalize her plans to reenter the human world. When Stormwalker starts, Janet has stopped running. Other books in the series. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. And some of their assumptions about who created it and why, and what defeating it entails, will be proven wrong. This book is really focused on the paranormal with only a smattering of romance.
The main character, Janet Begay, is a Stormwalker. The explanation that James gives us is that there are layers of worlds. He charged her with nothing. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Yet despite this, I still wanted to grab Janet by the shoulders to give her a good shake. She moves to where it all began when asked to try to find a missing girl and ends up buying and renovating a hotel.
And that’s the best I can do at this hour, and after a long long day. She can harness the power of a storm. For anyone expecting a paranormal romance it would be a miss, but for an UF it’s terrific.
Jul 21, Ian rated it liked it Shelves: And you sure as hell don’t let someone jailbreak them out once you put them there.
I’m not referring to the flashbacks either. Unfortunately so does her mother who keeps trying to possess women in order to get them impregnated He likes Janet, and would be terribly sorry if he had to kill her his wordsbut still ztormwalker her when necessary.
You don’t have to be a fan of Urban Fantasy to enjoy this series.
I’m sure I won’t be reading the second book. The only person who can control her when she’s caught in the storm’s evocative power stotmwalker Mick, a dark-haired, blue-eyed biker Janet can’t seem to touch with her Book One of a the Stormwalker series. Sure there’s an over whelming amount of you’re-under-arrest moments, hotel getting recked scenes, and standard drama moments.
Stormwalker Stormwalker 01 by Allyson James Great read-action paranormal.
How do I say this without spoiling it for others? While some may argue that their most passionate moments are past tense, I love that Janet and Mick have history. Mass Market Paperbackpages. Although I do have to admire the main character for the fact that she at least realizes that she deserves explanations. That’s just a tip of some of the magical things.
Ok, ok, we’ve jammes it all before! The worldbuilding is so much better there. When caught up in a particularly heady storm, the experience for Janet is almost orgasmic see the scene in the aloyson.
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Dreamwalker 5 — June Contents [ show ]. Janet didn’t know anything about him when they first got together and she still didn’t know anything about him when she finally left him for being too secretive and smothering.
Jun 02, Kat Kennedy rated it really liked it Shelves: I don’t think I would have normally liked this book, but I did.