Priceless 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

  • Title: Priceless
  • Author: Shannon Mayer
  • ISBN: 9781480219854
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 I have no need for anyone else in my life.But when a salvage starts to spin out of contr 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 I 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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    About "Shannon Mayer"

    1. Shannon Mayer

      A long time ago, in a galaxy far away, I was born into a family of Star Wars nuts I have a lot of siblings somewhere I lost count but I think there was than could be numbered on one hand and being one of the young padawans I was subjected to Star Wars marathons, on a regular basis If you ve read any of my books you ll see there is often a reference to said movies as a small homage to my upbringing May the force be with you and all that jazz.I started writing when I realized I didn t want to grow up not believing in magic, or not believing in creatures everyone else said didn t exist That being said, I have never seen a fairy, unicorn or dragon I had a neighbour who swore they fed the leprechauns in their garden, but I never caught the little buggers no matter how long I lay in wait And consequently had to help the neighbours plant new flowers to replace those I killed waiting for the leprechauns to show their faces Along the way, I found my husband who is the rock that keeps me from floating away into my dreams, and we have a little boy who is the centre of our world Living on a farm keeps us busy as if the writing wasn t enough and I have than my share of stories about wrestling with cows, helping birth calves and ending up in the creek during the process, falling in the mud we ll call it mud but we all know that on a farm, mud is rarely mud and chasing escaped livestock in the hopes the four legged convicts don t make it to the highway.I ve taken up archery, and the goal is to move into horseback archery in time you know, when I can hit the target on a consistent basis and when no one is looking, I love to bake this doesn t happen often as it s hard to keep the sweet treats in stock with two boys in the house As to what s coming next for me More stories since those never stop inside my head, I might as well share them with all of you and adventures Pretty much, when the fancy strikes, I ll jump on it Leap before you look I m sure that motto was created for me.Or was that think big and dream bigger, ready, set, pull the trigger yeah That one is a good one too But only if you have a gun And are hunting elephants Which is not cool because of so many reasons Let s stick with the first one with an addendum.Leap before you look and let your dreams carry you on their wings And that, my friends, is me in a nutshell.

    570 thoughts on “Priceless”

    1. BR with my MacHalo Freaks starting August 1, 2015. DNF at 22% ► This book is so crappy it doesn't even deserve a crappy review.► The female lead is an unlikable bitch.+► The male lead is an unlikable idiot.+► The relationship between the female and male leads is ridiculous.+► I didn't give a damn about the story.=

    2. Reviewed by: Rabid Reads✓Chick with a sword on the cover. ✓A werewolf sidekick. ✓A $0.99 price tag. ✓By a Canadian author—SOLD. One of my favourite Urban Fantasy series was discovered the same way, so I decided to go for it. PRICELESS did not disappoint with its colourful secondary characters, unique slant on the typical P.I. spiel, and a heroine with boatloads of untapped gifts. I enjoyed my first trip down Shannon Mayer’s rabbit hole mine shaft, and I will for sure be one-clicking [...]

    3. 3.5It's been awhile since I've actually been able to get into an urban fantasy novel-I keep on buying the continuing volumes on the series I still find of interest but yet can't get around to reading them. It was kind of normal for me that when I got this in my rec. queue in amazon-at a great price of .99¢-I went ahead and bought it; can't seem to rid myself of the habit even if I just KNOW that it'll stay unread on my ever growing list of books. Color me surprised when I gave it a try and actu [...]

    4. 3.5 (the GR rating is too low though so, 4 stars :P ).Wow, this was a really surprising read! I didn't even want to start it, I've been pretty disappointed by the last few books I've read and I thought I wanted something else. I'm so glad I didn't listen to my own advice!It was fast-paced, I didn't have time to get bored or even try to skim, everything that happened was important, one way or another. And I really like this, not wasting time on pages that are useless. I loved the characters, I li [...]

    5. Great start to an Urban Fanasy. They say Paranormal Romance on the cover and it does have hints of that, and might detour into that in the future, but this one seemed more Urban Fantasy to me. Which I liked. Rylee is are kick ass heroine. She tracks down kidnapped kids and brings them home, alive or dead. She has a submissive pet werewolf, who is caught in a half man half wolf form. He has the mind of a child and you can't help but love him. He is the comic relief and the innocence in Rylee's li [...]

    6. There are hints of a good story within "Priceless", but the book is badly in need of more editing. As it stands, I found it painful to read. "Good job, you did it, you finally snuck up on me. But what are you doing all the way out here, so far away from home?" I lay my blade on the bed and folded my arms across my chest, doing my best imitation of a scolding mother and repeated my question. "Alex, what are you doing so far from home?"It clunks along. Apart from the grammatical errors (lay should [...]

    7. توانایی اصلی شخصیت اصلی، بسیار شبیه به کارآگاه سری کتاب های نایت ساید بود. توانایی پیدا کردن اشخاص. از این نوع ماجراها که دنیای واقعی و ماورا با هم توش وجود داره خیلی خوشم میاد.خوب بود. ولی حیف که بقیه ی سری رو نخریدم .

    8. I debated giving this novel a single star - something I typically reserve for DNF books - because it was such a hot mess of inconsistencies. However, the author has a very, very good imagination and some unique and intriguing worldbuilding, which I enjoyed, so I bumped it up to a 2-star rating.First, the good. The worldbuilding and imagination are GREAT. The author's conception of werewolves, for one, is fantastic; the idea of non-alpha werewolves being stuck in a monstrous shape and also of bei [...]

    9. First, author spelled 'Ativan,' 'Adavan.' It is a common enough miss-spelling, but should have been caught on edit easily. Second, the word choices in the book were sometimes uncomfortable, jolting me out of my involvement in the story.Third, this is described as a 'sexy urban fantasy,' but I didn't find it so. There was some trampiness and a spell that caused attraction and perhaps a little genuine attraction, but very little about it was sexy. Fourth, I don't really understand the title, as it [...]

    10. A story with a lot of potential but fell completely flat for me. anotherlookbookreviewsspoPriceless: A Sexy Urban Fantasy Mystery had so much potential but the story fell completely flat for me. I have so many complaints about the book I don't know where to start. How about I start with what I did like. I will give the author credit for a great imagination and taking the urban legend of a werewolf into a whole new direction. I will admit to constantly imagining the voice of Alex, the werewolf to [...]

    11. Buddy Read with the MacHalo LadiesNot horrible, not great. It was a simple book, so easy to read, there's that to its advantage. It felt YA and like a video game. As if the heroine was progressing through levels like Mario, jumping over those little mushroom people, getting the coins to grow in strength, or getting knocked down smaller. I have hope for the series, because It didn't wow me, but I didn't make me want to burn down a barn. I'm grateful for a small thing like that, no barn burnings, [...]

    12. 8/4/15: I tried. I really did. I made it to 40% but I was just so bored. DNF it is.7/31/15: $0.99 on Kindle. Perfect timing for the upcoming Mac Halo BR starting on 8/1/15!!!

    13. I read it. I finished it. I was not impressed.Buddy Read with the MacHalo Freaks. They'll be the death of me.Full review to come. Maybe.

    14. Curious 3.5 stars. It took me a while to get into this one, mostly because I didn‘t really like the characters. Rylee did grow on me after a while, she is a little badass so that was totally to be expected. I am a sucker for those. I had bigger problems with O‘Shea who has a few paragraphs in his POV, his position in the beginning was awful in my opinion. To treat a sixteen year old girl that just lost her sister like that, without having evidence or simply anything but a feeling, that somet [...]

    15. This was a monthly McHalo buddy read. I jumped the gun and started it early because, well, you aren't the boss of me!Ahem. Actually, I was floundering for something to read and I was in the mood for a PNR so I figured I'd try this one.Unfortunately, the writing was well, let's just say it wasn't up my alley and leave it at that. I don't think the author had any idea what a "warrant" was, what constitutes harassment on the part of an FBI agent, or what FBI agents even do. I assure you, they do no [...]

    16. O'Shae and Milly hooking up at the end ruined it for me. I really enjoyed this but the ending made me mad so giving it 3 instead of 4 stars. I'll read the next one and see how that one goes because I still enjoyed the story.

    17. So happy to discover a new-to-me series to get into. It's not like I don't already have several with kickass female leads, but if the trope is done well I can read them all the time.As I said in my status update, this book was sitting on my Kindle for ages. I've recently decided to make an effort to actually read those books I pick up when they're on sale (and then forget about) and, lucky me, I've found two great authors with series and backlists that I'm excited to delve into. :)The story star [...]

    18. I was attracted to this book based on the premise, that Rylee has some sort of psychic ability that allows her to track people and she uses that ability to find missing children. Initially I was drawn right into the story, however, as it progressed, I got more and more confused over the inconsistencies in the world building. For example, I liked the author's take on werewolves initially, but then got frustrated over all of the dangling threads. Why was the pack after Alex? Why did they just show [...]

    19. celebrityreaders.wordpressHoly hell, this chemistry is the bomb! All of it, every character has it with each other. They all mesh so well together it is insane! Have you ever read White Plume Mountain by Paul Kidd? I know right, I’m referencing a different book in a review. The chemistry has similar tones is all I’m trying to say. Moving on…This girl is one tough chic. Who can handle being best friends with a witch, a seer and take care of the cutest little werewolf you ever laid eyes on? [...]

    20. “My name is Rylee and I am a Tracker.” Nice idea. Unfortunately the heroine does not track a thing in the first 20% of the book. She just drives around, visits random people and keeps telling herself, what a kick-ass bitch she is. I am guessing the introduction of a bunch of people with various, amazing skill sets is intended as a set-up for the rest of the series. Those characters are mostly clichees. Enter the young, paranoid hacker, living in a wired dump, sourrounded by CCTV and swilling [...]

    21. *Source* Purchase/*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 4.0*My Thoughts*Priceless is the first installment in author Shannon Meyer's Rylee Adamson series. This story is set mostly in North Dakota, although there is a fair amount of time spent in New Mexico as well. In the series opener, Meyer's introduces readers to Rylee Adamson, a heroine who has a reputation for being stubborn as they come, but has never quit a job once she starts it. She is a person who is able to locate a child no matter how clos [...]

    22. I really don't care about editing errors as long as it doesn't give me a headache ask if I enjoyed this start of a action-packed urban fantasy paranormal series? I really did!It is fast paced lots of action, lots of intriguing characters, it's funny, and it has an interesting storyline.Though I find the heroine, Rylee, doesn't really have that much power compared to what she's up against, which makes it seem impossible for her to fight them, but she is smart and she can fight and her heart is on [...]

    23. You know those books where once you hit the last word you end up wondering “That’s it? I’m done? What?”This was one of those books. I read it in four hours without stopping. It was thrilling and kept me flipping the pages. When I reached the end I literally kept wondering how I finished so fast. When I looked up, it was dark outside! This book sucked me in so much that I didn’t even notice the time going by.Rylee is amazing. She’s strong, clear-headed and yet she knows when to ask fo [...]

    24. A really FAST paced book! Almost furiously so :)Since the start the action is on and it rushes on and on and on! I was panting to catch up! :)It is a good and interesting story with a lot of things going on and even if it has a kind-of ending, I felt that there was a huge cliffhanger.I started reading it thinking that the series was finished, but I found out (alas too late) that the last book has not been published yet and I couldn't find when it will be publishedAlso, I found out soemthing real [...]

    25. kept recommending me this author on my list of books to read. Today I decided to give it the usual college try. It will not win any contest for originality or world-building, but it's a nice read that allows for a few hours of peaceful reading. There's action, there's drama, and a hint of possible romance. On the negative side, there are a few inconsistencies. There's also some expected facts for s UF, but it's not necessarily bad. If it were a romance, we would call it brain candy. How do we de [...]

    26. Okay so, for the first half of this book, everyone is crazy stupid. There were some really entertaining moments, but not enough to outweigh the frustration of such stupid characters.I read reviews for the following four books in the series and everyone is like "Zomg Rylee is suuuch a bitch!" and they all noted various things that would undoubtedly piss me off if I continued reading. So I'm stopping here with this book.

    27. 2.5 starsI liked the world the author created and all of the different paranormal creatures. It had a lot of potential but I found the author's writing very clunky and under developed. I would have rounded up instead of down though if it weren't for the juvenile plot twist at the end which makes the reader think there is going to be a love triangle/drama. I actually think what Rylee thinks happeneddidn't. But, whether it did or didn't, I'm not in high school anymore so I can't buy into it. I dou [...]

    28. I listened to the audible version of this.I thought it was a good introduction to the series. I'm not entirely sure how I feel about someone getting turned on by someone who's been harassing her and stalking her for a decade, but ok.The end bit that was the next book set up was minimalistic if a bit trite. Otherwise the framework for the series and the primary and secondary characters is interesting. I'll listen to more.

    29. This was a short quick read. The beginning seemed really promising and there is potential for a good series but the more I think about the book, the less I like it. Rylee is a tracker, meaning she has the ability to find the location of people and she tracks down lost kids who cannot be found by law enforcement. She is a typical UF heroine, meaning she kicks butt on a daily basis, wears leather, and has a snarky attitude to match. Somewhere down the road of finding the latest lost kid, she semi- [...]

    30. What's wrong with this is basically the everything. I can't think of anything good about it.Wait. I lied. There was two things: it's very, very short and it was action from start to finish.You might be thinking that isn't bad. An action packed UF! Wow! You should know, however, that 95% of the events in the book had nothing to do with the plot of the book. She's a tracker who tracks kids. She's given a kid to track but, right from the beginning, we learn this kid isn't in the "real world" so she [...]

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