Girls' Night Out

Girls Night Out Dana is finally getting comfortable with her life as the onlyFaeriewalker in Avalon She s formed an alliance with the Erlking atruce with the Queen of the Seelie Court and best of all no one stried

  • Title: Girls' Night Out
  • Author: Jenna Black
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dana is finally getting comfortable with her life as the onlyFaeriewalker in Avalon She s formed an alliance with the Erlking, atruce with the Queen of the Seelie Court, and best of all, no one stried to kill her for weeks.Enter Althea the teenage daughter of Mab, the Unseelie Queen Danaknows from the moment she sets eyes on the wannabe Goth chick that Alis trouble, buDana is finally getting comfortable with her life as the onlyFaeriewalker in Avalon She s formed an alliance with the Erlking, atruce with the Queen of the Seelie Court, and best of all, no one stried to kill her for weeks.Enter Althea the teenage daughter of Mab, the Unseelie Queen Danaknows from the moment she sets eyes on the wannabe Goth chick that Alis trouble, but she finds herself drawn to the wounded soul sheglimpses beneath the Faerie glamour.When Al asks Dana to take her into the mortal world to visit the humanboyfriend her mother has driven away, Dana refuses, knowing that QueenMab would hold her personally responsible if anything happened to herdaughter But Al is a Faerie princess, and she s not used to taking nofor an answer.Will Dana ignore her common sense and risk the Unseelie Queen s wrathto help her new BFF And if not, just how far is Al willing to go toget her own way

    One thought on “Girls' Night Out”

    1. A totally pointless story. Dana meets Al, the daughter of the Unseelie queen, in Avalon while she's auditing a class at the university because she needs an excuse to get out of her safe house--that her father has her holed up in--at least once a week. Al is an annoying, manipulative and mostly awful character, even Dana agrees, but "somehow" (that's eventually revealed in the course of the story) manages to get Dana to use her Faeriewalker powers to take Al out of Avalon and into London where Al [...]

    2. A good short read that doesn't involve romance. This is a short side story to the series Glimmerglass/Shadowspell/Sirensong. No sign of the Erlking in this one sadly I do have a soft spot for bad bad boys.

    3. I'm not sure what the point to this novella is. Will there be more books in this series? A new character was introduced named Al who is the daughter of the Unseelie Queen who is basically the fairy version of an angsty teenager. She had bad news written all over her and manipulates Dana into helping her find her ex-boyfriend. Dana doesn't even like her yet still decides to risk their safety to help her. There are some twists that explain why, but it feels like a cop out and I wasn't intrigued.Ho [...]

    4. well, i loved the faeriewalker series, and this disappointed me a bit because, Dana which is a bad ass in her own right , since she trains with her self defense personal trainer, a faerie non the less and being that she herself is half fey, she is stronger than a regular human and has more resistance, so it bugged me to no end that she was such a wuss on this book. I wont say any spoilers but basically she is coerced by a faerie princess to bring her to the mortal world so she can see her missin [...]

    5. Link: holedupinabook/2I was excited to find that this series had an end (so unlike a lot of books out there where the ending is nowhere in sight) and since I read the first book a while ago, I was glad to finally finish the series. It always feels good to actually finish an entire series because you know the story is actually done as opposed to constantly waiting for the next one and being patient (everyone who knows me, knows that I am far from patient).Anyways, moving on: if there was one word [...]

    6. Yeah. I did NOT like this one. Besides the fact that it felt like it was just opening up for another series, it was irritating.A lot of the heroines in these paranormal romance stories tend to be self-sacrificing and giving to a fault. They always make the stupid decisions to help those around them, which ends up causing more trouble than helping. They tend to run into danger without thinking. Up until now, while the heroine of this series hasn't pushed that stereotype to a frustrating level for [...]

    7. review first posted to my blogI love the Faeriewalker series, but I always feel sorry for Dana because she's never quite in charge of her own choices. And this novella is no different. I assumed that when she finally agreed to help Al it was because it peer pressure, but once again the Fae find a way to use magic against her and despite the fact that she is able to tell that Al is doing magic she just assumes (with a whole bunch of other people) that the magic she is doing is simply for her glam [...]

    8. Dana Hathaway thinks it might just be safe to emerge from her father's safehouse when Queen Mab's daughter Althea barges into her life intent on taking advantage of Dana's Faeriewalker ability to visit her human "boyfriend" in London. The results: as expected disastrous, requiring all Dana's cunning and courage to get them out of danger without causing a Fae war. The novel ends on the way back to Avalon, and we never learn what the consequences will be. This 2012 novella is obviously a set-up fo [...]

    9. Jenna Black, Remedial Magic  B004FPYZLQ, Personally, I think it is silly to publish this short tidbit all by itself. Why not place the trilogy in 3 separate sections of one book? It would take a little bit longer to read leaving the reader “satisfied”. It is a waste of time to download 3 tiny “books” . The author is a good writer. She really should consider publishing small series together. I believe in the long run, the reviews would go UP as the reader may feel an entire book was read [...]

    10. Al is annoying and obviously manipulative. Dana falls for it. Bad things happen. The end. I wish I'd avoided this short story. It was more of a waste of time that made me think Dana has learned nothing after all and made me really not like her again after we'd almost made up at the end of book 3.I like these little side stories usually or I would not have read this one. I would recommend avoiding it.

    11. So, hate on me for it all you want, I really didn't like this short in between book, thingy. I read the whole thing and sort of regret it. It didn't do anything to the story, just a little story with the same characters and no more. I didn't really find a got plot in it, maybe that's my fault though

    12. dana finally talks her dad into letting her out of her underground protection for 1 class & in that class walk in Al mabs daughter of course befriends her to get dana to use her powers to chase after a boyfriend spinless enough to be chased off by mab.i'm alittle confusedwill there be more books in this series?

    13. This is the last book in the Faeriewalker series, it's a little bit of a let down compared to the other books, I guess the author was losing interest at this point which is too bad. It's alright as a novella, and I still like the writing style, so I'll probably end up reading other book series by the author (again when I have the time/money to do so.

    14. In my opinion, this was a pointless read. Insignificant. However, just like the Faeriewalker series itself, it had a great start. And an awesome middle. When it gets to the ending though, it puts a stop on everything in the middle. The problems aren't solved yet, and it's the end already.

    15. Very cute little story except for the fact that it just ended without actually ending the story. Will we ever know if Al did the right thing or how Dana managed to get out of this potentially life-threatening situation?

    16. Not a fan of Althea. Ends kind of abruptly will we find out what happens with Dana and Mab in the next book?

    17. If this spins into a 4th book then it was good-if not it was fun, but I wanted moreybe that was the point?

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