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Priceless: Book 1 (A Rylee Adamson Novel) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Shannon Mayer
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*Book 1 in the Rylee Adamson Series*


"My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker."

When children go missing, and the Humans have no leads, I'm the one they call. I am their last hope in bringing home the lost ones. I salvage what they cannot.


I'm on the FBI's wanted list.

I have a werewolf for a pet, a Witch of a best friend, and have no need for anyone else in my life.

But when a salvage starts to spin out of control, help comes from a most unexpected direction.

One that is dangerously dark, brooding, and doesn't know a thing about the supernatural.

One whose kisses set me on fire.
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Also available!
Immune (Rylee Adamson Book 2)
Raising Innocence (Rylee Adamson Book 3)
Shadowed Threads (Rylee Adamson Book 4)
Blind Salvage (Rylee Adamson Book 5)
Tracker (Rylee Adamson Book 6)
Alex (A Rylee Adamson Short Story)

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 438 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 234 pages
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Editeur : HiJinks Ink Publishing (19 novembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00A6CNV08
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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Shannon Mayer habite dans l'extrême sud-ouest du Canada avec son mari, un chien, un chat, un cheval, et des vaches. Lorsqu'elle n'écrit pas, elle passe son temps à regarder d'immenses quantités de pluie, l'élevage des personnes âgées (similaire à l'élevage des chats) et essayer d'éviter les problèmes. Surtout que la dernière est difficile pour elle.

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Pour en savoir plus au sujet de Shannon et ses livres, allez à www.shannonmayer.com

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Très sympathique 27 avril 2013
Par B
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
En débutant ce livre je ne savais pas vraiment a quoi m attendre et qu elle belle surprise !

Le livre est court un peu plus de 200 pages l action débute des le début
Rylee est une "immune" elle est immunisée contre les vampires, sorcières et autres supernaturels du genre elle a été rejetée par sa famille adoptive après avoir été accusée de tuer sa sœur chose bien sûre qu elle n a fait depuis ce temps elle met tous ses efforts pour retrouver des enfants "perdus" comme l a été sa sœur
Dans ce 1 er tome Rylee va enquêter sur un cas similaire a celui de sa sœur et va devoir faire équipe avec Oshea un membre du FBI qui la poursuit depuis 10 ans pensant lui aussi qu elle a tué sa sœur
De fil en aiguille il va se rendre contre que Rylee est innocente et que le monde est fait de créatures étranges
Ensemble ils vont mener l enquête accompagner d un loup garous "ados" et soumis qui s est attaché à Rylee et qui est poursuivit par sa meute , une sorcière amie de Rylee fait aussi équipe

Le monde est compensé d un ensemble d êtres super naturelles de toute genre , le style est plutôt intrigue action

Côté romance : léger mais quelques petites tensions sexuelles entre Rylee et Oshea qui promette sûrement une suite dans les tomes suivants

Conclusion une lecture très agréable rafraîchissante l héroïne est très sympathique à découvrir j attaque le second
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 pas mal 23 juin 2013
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OK, ce 1er tome n'a rien a voir avec Kate Daniels ou October Daye (comme prétendent certains). Même si l'écriture est agréable à lire, le façon donc l'enquête est menée et le comportement de Rylee est un peu faible pour comparer à ces deux livres. Disons que c'est pas mal, mais loin d'être original et cohérent. Rylee essaye d'être drôle, ça marche souvent. Rylee essaye d'être dure à cuire, ça marche moins. Mais le fait qui je rapproche le plus, c'est la manque d'information. On est toujours sur les chapeaux des roues et il reste peu des temps pour analyser les héros principaux de ce roman. Dommage. Bref, je lirai le deuxième tome pour voir si les choses vont s'améliorer.
Action:4
Sexe:0
Tensions sexuels: 3,5
Note globale: 3
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 urban fantasy 26 août 2013
Par sand
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Un bon début pour la série de Rylee, une héroïne à fort caractère dont la mission est de retrouver des enfants enlevés par des créatures surnaturelles. Des personnages secondaires intéressants et attachants, de nombreux rebondissements... Tous les ingrédients d'une série agréable à lire qui rappelle Keri Arthur par exemple.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 So, when's the next one? 15 novembre 2012
Par sally tate - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Have you ever made a big Thanksgiving dinner (bear with me... I'm working towards a point, here)? You end up cooking for days- the pies, the turkey, the stuffing, the sides, appetizers, and it is exhausting to put on this beautiful spread that you have made and are proud of. What do you get for all of your work? The sounds of chomping and smacking and groaning for about 20 minutes as all of your hard work is devoured in FAR less time than it took to make, then wide eyes looking at you asking what you are making for Christmas dinner! Because I have been through that, I can appreciate how Ms. Mayer must feel when after all her hard work I devour this book in a single night (cause, really- who needs sleep?)and have the nerve to ask "So, when's the next one? It's almost ready, right?" Believe me... you will be, too.

Rylee has a special gift, and she uses it to find lost children. Kids that the police and FBI can't. No matter where they are taken, no matter who or what has taken them. O'Shea is an FBI agent, and he is extremely suspicious of Rylee's success where the FBI often fails. That is, until he gets a good look at the things she deals with... Love love loved the main story, loved the supporting characters (a werewolf for a pet= awesome!). Cannot wait to revisit the cast in the next book. Really- consider this my wide eyed begging look asking "What's for Christmas dinner?" in hopes of a sequel that soon! Get the book, you'll see what I mean!

One last thing- I really appreciate the time and effort put into the proofreading and editing of Shannon Mayer's books. Typos, punctuation, redundant turns of phrase all pull a reader out of the story- but I do understand that at times it is a price we readers pay when we get more reasonably priced indie authors. That is absolutely NOT the case here! Her books read smoothly- more like Kim Harrison or Darynda Jones or Lauren Hamilton. This makes them a fabulous first read, and on my short list of books I sit aside to reread again and savor.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Diary of a Bibliophile Review 21 novembre 2012
Par Jesi Lea Ryan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
So my hubby walked in last night to find me laying on the floor of the living room laughing over my Kindle. If that isn't the sign of a good book, I don't know what is.

Priceless is the perfect blend of everything I like in a book--a kick-ass heroine, intriguing mystery, an assortment of paranormal creatures, well-timed comic relief and a red hot lust/hate relationship.

Rylee is my kind of heroine. She has supernatural talent, yet is fallibly human. I like that things don't always go her way...well ever. But whether she is leading high speed car chases running from the law, fighting harpies with her trusty blades or going toe-to-toe with magic wielding kidnappers, she's somehow able to maintain her softness--or maybe a better word is compassion. After having been abandoned first by her biological parents and again by her adoptive parents, Rylee knows what it's like to be alone in the world. As a result, she has dedicated her whole life to helping those in need. It goes deeper than just rescuing missing children; she is like a beacon to those in need. This adds a surprising amount of emotional depth to the story.

Regular readers of my reviews know I'm all about the love story. My favorites are those that are able to balance lust, affection and antagonism. The relationship between Rylee and Agent O'Shea has all of these elements. Our first introduction to O'Shea is as the FBI agent who has been trying for ten years to prove Rylee murdered her little sister. She didn't do it, but O'Shea is too haunted by the unsolved case to see past his prejudice against Rylee. When the tables turn and he is forced to place his trust in her, O'Shea finds everything he has even known about the world turned upside down. I loved the way the author handled this relationship. There is no insta-love here, more like a slow burn. This is a love story that is meant to roll out over the course of a series, not wrap up with a nice tight bow at the end of the book. I am so excited to see what happens with this couple.

One of the other strengths of this book is the use of humor. The dark subject matter and gruesomeness of this story could have caused the book to be too heavy. Witty dialog and Rylee's sidekick, Alex the werewolf, keep the book from taking itself too seriously. Remember my husband walking in on me laughing at my Kindle? Yeah, that was Alex.

About the only character that I didn't like was Rylee's best friend Milly. She's a witch--literally. Even though the two are as close as sisters, she dumps Rylee because her Coven doesn't want her to associate with people outside their group. (This isn't really a spoiler. It happens right at the beginning of the book.) I found Milly to be weak and annoying. Her efforts to redeem herself at the end of the book fell flat with me. I assume as the series goes on Milly will either develop a spine or do something so stupid Rylee will sick Alex on her.

All in all, Priceless is an amazing start to a fun new urban fantasy series. I can't wait to see where this is going!

Plot - 5 bookmarks (lots of action!)
Character development - 4 1/2 bookmarks (Lots of depth to Rylee. Now we need to see where O'Shea how O'Shea is going to grow.)
Action - 5 bookmarks
Love story - 4 1/2 bookmarks
Dream cast (otherwise known as who I pictured while reading) - Gemma Arterton (Rylee), David Boreanaz (O'Shea), Blake Lively (Milly), Frances McDormand (Giselle)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 It's ok 27 novembre 2012
Par VonGoonenstein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
It wasn't the worst urban fantasy I've ever read (and let's be honest, there is an unfortunate amount of crap in the UF genre) but it wasn't particularly good either. I think there were a lot of interesting concepts--the fairly unique take on werewolves or the heroine's abilities, as examples--but ultimately there were a couple of things that were real killers for me.

The first was Rylee Adamson, our heroine. Other than her abilities as a tracker and as an Immune, she could have been plucked from nearly a dozen other UF books. She's the kinda of crass, sorta tough person whose badassness comes across as more showy than authentic. She's not stupid but she also makes a lot of rookie moves for someone whose supposedly been in the business for ten years.

The other is the periodic switching from the first-person point of view of the heroine, to the third person for others.

With that said, most of what irked me falls under my personal pet peeves. I still think there is a lot of potential here, especially if you are looking for a fairly quick, UF read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book puts Shannon Mayer on my "must read" list! 6 décembre 2012
Par T. Long - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed the heck out of this book. The world-building was excellent, the plot fun and exciting. Most of all, the relationship between the two protagonists was so entertaining and I love that the POV switches between them (as well as other characters which was a bit much). Elements of it were reminiscent of The Fever Series by Karen Moning and October Daye by Seanan McGuire, but still had twists and personality of its own. Having read other books by the author, I can say she has definitely improved and refined her writing style. Character development and world-building were fantastic, I felt completely immersed in the story. Shannon Mayer is one of those authors that gets better with each book she writes. I'm so excited to see where this series goes.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Zero character development. 16 janvier 2014
Par alexis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I don't write reviews often, I couldn't wait to write a review for this book to warn others not to waste their time with this literary laziness. To the book's credit, there was a plot, a variety of different magical creatures and the story seemed to move quickly enough.
What I really couldn't stand in this book was what I refer to author laziness. There were devices in the plots (killing, fights with best friends, love interests) that were never explained fully or expanded upon, it seemed that devices were just put into the book to move it forward. For example, the main character has a massive fight with her best friend (which she grew up with and loves like a sister) and calls her a whore fully meaning it and proceeds to stops away and slam her door ending a supposedly long and painful fight. The next morning the two women wake up, and literally TWO sentences later have made up and are completely fine with one another. What? I'm sorry, I need more substance than that. Do they usually have big fights like that? Is one of them a saint and forgives faults easily? I have no idea, it was never explained. In my experience fights and grudges do not end that quickly or easily. The whole book was like this, the author tells me things that are happening, or feelings, rather than shows me through actions and thoughts. It all just seems like the characters are going through the motions of a typical arc of a story instead of really living them.
In short, if you like one dimensional characters with some battle scenes then you won't mind this book. If you're looking for a little more development in your literature look elsewhere.
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