- Title: Fern
- Author: Amy Richie
- ISBN: null
- Page: 489
- Format: ebook
It s strange how fast life changes Just when you think you have it all figured out, a council man hands you six werewolves to take care of Willow and her pack had barely settled into their new town when the council showed up again Only this time its to ask for their help to save Gage How can Willow refuse Suddenly, Willow is thrust into a world of childhood nightmares It s strange how fast life changes Just when you think you have it all figured out, a council man hands you six werewolves to take care of Willow and her pack had barely settled into their new town when the council showed up again Only this time its to ask for their help to save Gage How can Willow refuse Suddenly, Willow is thrust into a world of childhood nightmares The Ancient City But it isn t at all what she thought it would be In fact, Willow soon realizes that not many things are what she thought they would be and she has to figure out for herself which things are worth fighting for.
Recent Comments "Fern"
I'm not very good at reviews, but I LOVED this book! :) The characters are just as great in the second book as they are in the first! Lots of funny parts that had me laughing out loud! The end of this book will definitely have you dying for the next book! :)
Holy Heck Amy Richie! The ending. Seriously! The next book better be coming out soon! Of all the cliffhangers in the world and this one had to waltz into my book Ahhhhhhh!!!! Its no secret that I Love Amy Richie I’m loud and proud I LOVE HER!!Of course Richie knocks another one out of the park! At last we left Willow she was coming into her own as the pack leader Gage left the pack to warn the council of Blakes betrayal Fern basically leaves off from there They moved towns and Gage is still go [...]
FernThis is another wonderful book by Amy Richie. The story of Fern a werewolf who killed Willow and Ivy's parents and then changed them both into werewolves.
I'm not the kind of blogger to give away too much detail, but I was asked for a specific honest review, so here it is. *Lets start with the obvious-the cover is beautiful. The cover sparks your curiosity, offers a beautiful woman, and just the right essence of mystery, reveal, and self discovery. Now, the first page of the book just drew me back in, drew me into the world of wonder, exploring how Willow could handle dealing with this, and had me hooked again. Once I received the book it was one [...]
I absolutely loved the first book, so clearly I was super stoked to begin reading Fern. I was absolutely not disappointed! Fern picks up right where Willow left off. The pack (minus Gage) has just settled into their new town. Life is as normal as it can be for a werewolf. That is until two councilmen show up… to ask for help. They are requesting that Willow and her pack help save Gage. Of course Willow can’t say no, she has some pretty strong feelings for Gage. Willow will finally get to see [...]
I was given this book for an unbiased honest review~~Fern by Amy RichieWow just finished the book and reeling about the ending!! OMG!! What an ending!! I'm anxiously waiting the next book in this series. I loved this book even better than the first book!! In this book, you can see how the character's grow and how their relationships take on a more complex situations! After reading this book, it was not how I envisioned the set of events after reading the first book and for that I'm completely an [...]
Review first posted on beanieboo78.wordpress/I absolutely loved Willow (the first book in the Blood Vine series). The way Willow adapted to her pack, the way the boys reacted to her, the dynamic of the pack was awesome (and yes I’m becoming über aware as to how often I use that world lately). That however was nothing compared to Fern.Richie once again drags the reader into Willow’s world and submerges you into the pack. What happens to the pact happens to you, which is why on more than one [...]
Willow is finally gaining confidence as leader over her pack, so the group go in search for a suitable place to live. Taking Carrie with them they find a safe place to set up home in a secluded cabin, but soon after they move in they get news that two strangers are looking for them. The strangers, two wolves, inform the pack that Gage is being held prisoner by Bella/Fern leaving the pack with no choice other than to go to the Ancient City to try to rescue him.Fern is an exciting fast paced book [...]
The first book left Willow broken hearted but more determined then ever to be what her pack needs, and she decided to bring Carlie into the pack, great choice in my opinion. Book 2 starts off right at the beginning of their new lives in a new place. Things seem to be looking up for the pack. Until they get 2 unknown visitors with some most unexpected news.As much is Willow has thought of and needed Gage these past months, he needed her more. And her and her pack were determined to help him. But [...]
In the second installment of the Blood Vines Series, we find Willow and her pack settling into a new town and trying to get life back to normal. Soon she is approached by the council and asked to travel to the Ancient City in France to rescue Gage/Mikhaul. How can she say no, right Once in the Ancient City, Willow and her pack learn that things are not what seem and find some unlikely allies. In Willow’s journey to rescue Gage and take back the city from Bella/Fern we see her emerge as the tru [...]
I continued this series because I really felt it had potential (I was immediately drawn to the idea of the female-led pack) and I think this installment was actually much better than the first. However, you should read the first, Willow, to get some of the backstory.Willow and the pack travel to the Ancient City after the council informs them that Gage has been taken prisoner. Through their adventures, Willow finds out that things she was taught as a child may actually differ from the truth. Dur [...]
Fern is the second book in Amy Richie’s Blood Vine Series. I highly recommend this series. As Willow and her pack settle in to their new home, they desire to live peacefully and unnoticed by the small community around them. However, two councilmen from the Ancient City have different plans for the young pack. The unexpected trip to the Ancient City brings about big changes for Willow and her pack. Willow grows into her role as the female leader as she discovers that her mental connection with [...]
I found Fern to be an incredible story of a female coming to know her true strength and power. Learning to rely on herself and trust in the love of others. As she battles with herself as well as her enemies, the author does a great job of leading us through the story. As though we were walking/running/morphing with Willow. The author pulls together her story lines well and expertly describes the love and relationships between all the members of her pack. I was instantly drawn in by the lively ba [...]
Fern by Amy Richie is the sequel to Willow and I definitely recommend that you read Willow before reading Fern. This is an amazing series about werewolves.In the story, Willow and her pack have moved on from their previous town and have found a peaceful existence on a remote farm. But things change when two strangers show up and ask Willow and her pack to come to the Ancient City and help rescue Gage. Things in the Ancient City are in turmoil and there are a lot of surprises that Willow and the [...]
Disclaimer: I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.Fern is the second volume of the Blood Vine series (following Willow), and it does a great job of continuing the story. We pick up right where Willow leaves off, with Willow and the boys leaving Grover to hopefully elude Bella (Fern) and save themselves. However, Gage is gone, and the pack soon learns that he's been taken prisoner in the Ancient City. Of course everyone wants to rush to save him, and that's where t [...]
Ok so this is soooo worth more than a 5 star rating but I’m in a complete state of shock.Amy Richie has officially blown my mind. Every twist and turn was unexpected. Some amazing and some causing my mouth to drop and my husband to look at me like I’m crazy because I’m yelling what the hell!!! Omg! I have never wished so bad to have waited to read a series until it was all the way done because I don’t think I can stand waiting for the next book. Fair warning the last chapter will have yo [...]
This book is a great continuation of the first book Willow. In this one, the pack leader Willow has moved her pack out of danger, but knew her 'mom' Bella, called Fern now that she's power crazy, wants to destroy her pack. Two older werewolves from the council come to Willow and want her and the pack to come to the ancient city to free Gage, Willow's love interest and Alpha of the her pack. He was imprisoned by the vampire Andros, the leader of the ancient city. When they go back, things have ch [...]
Ok so.wow! Talk about awesomesauce with a side of bloody Hell! We catch up with Willow and her pack without a break in the storyline. The Council shows up in their backyard asking for help; they want to go into the Ancient City and rescue Gage. An added bonusBella or should I say Fern and maybe Lily?Not having read Willow prior to Fern, I was a little lost. So what did I do you ask; I read Willow of course! After thatFern was intense! The beautiful imagery painted with words to describe the Anci [...]
I loved this book! However, I really recommend reading the first book in the series, Willow. It will explain a lot of the pack rules and people's relationships. The writer describes the landscapes flawlessly. I can feel the main character's emotions and I understand why she feels the way she does. I love the relationships she has with her pack mates; she cares for them and would do anything to keep them safe. If you like the werewolf/vampire type of books, you will definitely want to read this s [...]
It's a good book , cause you can read it quickly. Also, it has a slightly different argument , so in this case the main character is a girl , but a fighter, werewolf, You can read a lot of books with the werewolf topic, but always the main character is a human girl , she doesn't has a powers , and so on. Moreover , there is a very strong friendships in the pack. You are into the story and you laugh when there are some funny jokes or moments . I recommend that you read, if you have some free tim [...]
I loved reading about Willow and her pack again, and if you enjoyed the first book in the series, you will definitely want to read this one. Full of action from the start, I was gripped and just couldn’t put it down. Incredibly descriptive, the story flowed well and the characters have all grown since we first met them, leaving me wanting to know so much more. I can’t wait to read book 3. I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I loved the story. I Loved the characters. Fern started off slow. Unlike "Willow". Fern lacked action. It was hard to keep my interest. Don't get me wrong, there was a couple of action filled scene. When Willow and her pack makes it to the city. Willow has several tough decisions to make. I always was expecting for something to go wrong in their plans. Everything worked in the favor. Had a very great ending and a little cliffhanger. Overall the story is a great YA book.
This book was amazing. I love this seriesI can not wait to see what happens nextWillow and her pack go to the ancient city to rescue Gage. She has to face BellaThis is a must read for everyoneAmy keeps you on your toes throughout the bookI highly recommend this book to everyone
Wow! Perfect second book for the Blood Vine series! I loved seeing how Willow changed, how she saw Bella as she wasd discovered that you shouldn't judge a vampire by the words of a rather bitchy, sour werewolf
read this in one night just couldn't put it down, can't wait for the next book.
I dunno.This may be better than the first one. I loved the action and the way the pack blended together. Now. When is the next book?
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