Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy, book 2) by Lani Woodland – book cover, description, publication history. Yara is beginning to understand just how much her life will change now that her Waker abilities have emerged. She has come to terms with the fact that seeing. Popular Series By Lani Woodland. The Yara Silva Trilogy. 2 books in this series. Intrinsical. from: $ #1. Indelible. #2. List View | Grid View. Books by Lani.
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Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy)
I can imagine that Yara will someday be much like her Vovo. It’s definitely a favorite of mine, and it truly is one of the most unique and better YA paranormal series I’ve read. References to this work on external resources. We get to meet Vovo, Yara’s grandmother.
An Intriguing, haunting story with an intense pull leaving you gasping for more. May 01, Lani Woodland has my vote for being the kind of an author who can write a climax that is aggreable and yet manages to keep you hooked to make you want to read more. Woovland this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. I swear to god, that bike was like his first-born child.
By know means is this the whole book there is so much to this story as Yara and Brent try to solve a lot of problems going on at their school. Why couldn’t she be a Waker and a journalist?
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Evan Joseph author of New York Certain situations put Brent and Yara through the proverbial wringer and their relationship was like an emotional roller coaster at times. All the twists and turns are highly innovative and fresh.
This is a must for Paranormal Romance lovers as well as anyone who loves YA. Three months of Waker training, Yara was ready to be back in the arms of her boyfriend, Brent who by the way, is outstanding in Indelible.
Like now, or the closest you can get to right now? So there is no infodump, but neither is the reader left in a big black hole until the Grand Reveal at the end. I heard so much about her book and Lani was wonderful enough to send me a copy of her book. All she wants is a ghost-free senior year with her boyfriend, Brent, and her best friend, Cherie.
Aug 23, Cindy rated it really liked it. Jul 07, Nana rated it really liked it. I loved that Yara had the confidence in herself and in her friendship with Cherie to be open and honest about her abilities with her and her other friends. She tries to take the easy way out sometimes, and doesn’t truly believe that she can help the ghosts.
I loved how Woodland chose to slow the pace down for these two characters because in the end, their feelings for each other felt real and believable. And the grandmother’s knowledge and actions towards these ghosts. So it was nice the way Lani wrote their relationship. I wish Steve and Cherie were featured more in the book 3. I hope we get to see more of them in the next book.
Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy, book 2) by Lani Woodland
Sep 27, Mar 20, Every time I look at that gorgeous cover, I wonder what the heck took me so long? Indelible Karin Slaughter No preview available – While the beginning didn’t grab me right away, I clearly remember the moment I became completely hooked. It teaches you that everyone deserves second chances and that hope always out weights all else.
You have been warned. The role that Yara and Brent play or both of their families are a good touch that makes the story outstanding. I have to like her and I liked Yara.