Vala: Agendas

Vala Agendas Cheyenne Loveless was just a boring sixteen year old girl Then Denver Collins bit her and everything changed Her plants start talking to her she finds out she s a Nymph and a witch and the angel of

  • Title: Vala: Agendas
  • Author: Cloud S. Riser
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  • Page: 477
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  • Cheyenne Loveless was just a boring sixteen year old girl Then Denver Collins bit her and everything changed Her plants start talking to her, she finds out she s a Nymph, and a witch and the angel of death show up at her doorstep to take her away to the prestigious Vala School and Seminary Oh, and she has no choice in the matter All she wants to do is blend in and retuCheyenne Loveless was just a boring sixteen year old girl Then Denver Collins bit her and everything changed Her plants start talking to her, she finds out she s a Nymph, and a witch and the angel of death show up at her doorstep to take her away to the prestigious Vala School and Seminary Oh, and she has no choice in the matter All she wants to do is blend in and return to being invisible, but the time that passes, the harder that becomes Plus she s a daughter of the Divine, an exclusive secret society which rules the world of myth, and discovers she is a key ingredient to an ancient covenant created before she was born A covenant that will reshape the order of the world Adjusting to a new school is difficult enough, but adding on everyone else s hidden agendas is the icing on the cake Cheyenne must learn to see through the lies in order to find her place and possibly even love in this new world.

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    1. This is a YA book but not a typical one.What makes it different is that Cheyenne-the female lead– falls for a bad boy and realizes that he isn’t perfect. Even though, she’s hopelessly attracted to Denver, she tries her best to keep a cool head around him. I did find it odd that she didn’t much resent him biting her but I guess that could be because it opened a whole new world to her.I loved the twins and their completely different personalities. What didn’t sit well with me was that Ch [...]

    2. Vala: Agendas introduces readers to a cast of magical characters who are living at a boarding school (Vala), learning about their powers, myths, & the Divine. The story centers around Cheyenne, the main character, who is quickly immersed in this world after being seduced and bit on the neck by a handsome male stranger. She learns that she isn’t just a normal teenager after all, but that she has the power to talk to flowers and that she is the daughter of the Divine (Persephone). Her whole [...]

    3. Cheyenne was just a normal girl living with her single mom until new bad boy Denver bit her. Suddenly Cheyenne finds that her mother isn't her mother at all but simply a guardian put in place to watch her until the time came for her to learn about her powers. As she waits for people at the Vala School to arrive she begins hearing things and realizes the flowers are talking to her. Before she can freak out too much she's whisked away to the mysterious Vala School. Once there life is much differen [...]

    4. PDF free for honest reviewI found myself loving this book very much. It had it all for me, adventure, love, mystery, paranormal, and budding friendships/new families. The characters were very easy to come to love and hate, depending on the character. Cheyenne was my favorite character, and not just because she was the main character. She was a character that can be connected to on some level. She is a shy girl, some would call a nerd, and doesn't really have many or any friends in her high schoo [...]

    5. The rating for the book is 3.5 but I rounded up to 4 cause doesn't do .5's!Vala: Angendas follows main protagonist Cheyenne Loveless who is a normal sixteen year girl. She is quite shy and doesn't have many friends . Everything changes when she meets dark, handsome and broody Denver Collins. Every time she sees Devner she gets butterflies. She some how ends up at a new teen club that has opened and Denver approaches her and asks her to step outside with him. He then bites her. And from there ev [...]

    6. I really really loved this book! I was so excited while I was reading it because I kept liking it more and more. I have been in a so so reading slump. Lots of 2 and 3 star books that I either didn't enjoy or liked but didn't love. It kind of puts you in a weird mood. I want to be excited about the books that I read, and Vala: Agendas did that for me! Once I picked it up I could not put it down. I actually had dinner plans and had to stop reading around 1/4 way through the book, and all through d [...]

    7. This was an amazingly unique story. I was not really sure what to expect with this novel, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was it's own story and not like anything else I've read of late. Cheyenne is a quiet, reserved girl who tends to keep to herself. She has almost no friends and has panic attacks easily. I kinda liked the fact that she was a bit bookish/geeky as if made me related to her more. After a night of fun with a few friends she is attracted to a guy, Denver Collins, who she thi [...]

    8. Today's review is on Vala: Agendas by J.F. JenkinsVala Agendas was a delightful book to read, if at times a little bit slow. It was easy to fall in love with the characters and the story line; which is based on a unique myth. In fact, the school where the main and supportive character's attend works to clarify the myths from the facts of their supernatural students.Cheyenne Loveless is out one night when she is approached by a handsome boy with emerald, green eyes. She is instantly attracted to [...]

    9. When I first read the blurb for Vala: Agendas, the thing that struck me was "Her plants start talking to her". Okay I thought, This should be interesting!! And while this started out as a bit of a slow read, it quickly picked up pace about a third of the way through and turned out to be a really great and engaging story!!!Cheyenne Loveless was quite a reserved and quiet sixteen year old. She hates being in the spotlight but one night attends a party where she meets the gorgeous and mysterious De [...]

    10. Cheyenne is just another girl who falls to the wayside in her school and is quickly dismissed as the unpopular nerd. It's not until one night at a party she somehow got invited to at the new nightclub for teens that her whole life changes. It's this particular evening that she meets Denver Collins, a brooding, dark and handsome young man with emerald green eyes that melt Cheyenne's insides every time she sees him. Denver invites Cheyenne to take a walk outside the club with him and instead of ma [...]

    11. I won this book and the next two in the series in a giveaway by the author. I'm so ecstatic that I stumbled across the Vala books, so good!Vala: Agendas is about a teenaged girl name Cheyenne who isn't exactly the world's biggest social butterfly. She suffers from social anxiety and is not involved in much going on with school and her peers. When she forces herself to attend a birthday celebration at a club (to make her mom happy that she's going out and trying things), she is attacked by a stra [...]

    12. When Cheyenne attends a teen night club and gains the attention of the new kid, Denver, little does she know that he's about to open up a part of her heritage that has been kept a secret. After being bitten by Denver Cheyenne begins hearing the plants and flowers in her room talk to her. To top it off, it appears her mother knows about these incidents 2 strangers to their home. These 2 strangers, a witch and an angel of death, swoop into her life, remove her from what's familiar and deposit her [...]

    13. I was a little apprehensive about reading Agendas, a book about a girl who talks to flowers? But I was pleasantly surprised when I started reading and fell in love with the characters! Agendas reminds me of every good thing in the House Of Night Series; which I love. Right from the start you are given intrigue, betrayal and romance. Agendas isn't simply about a girl who talks to flowers, it's about a girl who is thrust into a society of the gods. I don't trust Halyn, I', half in love with Denver [...]

    14. I was a little apprehensive about reading Agendas, a book about a girl who talks to flowers? But I was pleasantly surprised when I started reading and fell in love with the characters! Agendas reminds me of every good thing in the House Of Night Series; which I love. Right from the start you are given intrigue, betrayal and romance. Agendas isn't simply about a girl who talks to flowers, it's about a girl who is thrust into a society of the gods. I don't trust Halyn, I', half in love with Denver [...]

    15. I really loved this book! Great world to get yourself lost in. There are still questions I want/need answers to!Cheyenne doesn't stick out.e is just a normal 16 yr. old girl. Well NOT soe get's bitten by hottie Denver and learns she is a Nymph. This is why I love her because while learning all of this, she doesn't just take it and roll. She asks questions, gets mad, throws a fit just like a 16 yr old! She does grow into her new self as time goes on and things happen. DenverMysterious, Dangerous, [...]

    16. I received this from the publishers to read and review.When I read what this was about, I thought it sounded a lot like Haven and a bunch of other YA books where all the supernaturals go to the same boarding school. (And it's always a boarding school.)The beginning of the book was really good. It built into the story easily and introduced characters in a way that made sense and intrigued me. Right off the bat, I wanted to know more about the first supernaturals she met, especially Mr. Thantos.Bu [...]

    17. I quickly found myself emerged in this book, always the sucker for mythology, this book did not leave me wanting as the author chose an interesting take on the romance and that is Persephone and Hades. For those of you who do not know the greek myth you can go here to learn more. Here I think one of the best aspects of the story was that the personalities matched to people I could come across in my day to day life. There is the popular guy that has been spoiled and has that somewaht jerky attitu [...]

    18. Once again really good novel! The thing i like about the author is that she is willing to venture out of the comfort zone of the readers. I mean she doesn't know if her book will sell or if readers will enjoy it, but she is ready to take that risk.We, as readers, are so accustomed with vampires, werewolves, fallen angels etc that when i came across this book it sounded different , yet i was apprehensive. I still gave it a shot and i was pleased. It really is a good book.The characters are really [...]

    19. Vala: Agendas was written in quite impressive depth and stunning details which captured my imagination. At some point, I thought I was reading a much mystical version of X:Men, but without much action and suspense. The story itself mostly revolved around Cheyenne’s conflicting relationship with the boys around her. One minute she likes this guy, the next she likes the other which was rather irritating. But Cheyenne was likable and I could relate to her every emotion in some way or the other. S [...]

    20. When asked to review for this tour, I just couldn't help but want to after seeing the cover! It's so intriguing to me! I loved the authors writing style and how she weaved this mysterious tale while still leaving SO much to look forward to in the next book. There are so many unanswered questions left at the end that you just HAVE to read the next in the series. The characters are developed to the point that you can't help but want to love them. The story line keeps you flipping those pages so fa [...]

    21. I was drawn into this novel from the very beginning. I've always liked stories where the main character finds out they never really belonged in the place they have been all their life. I like the idea that they are destined for bigger and better things. I did have some trouble with this novel though. I thought that the fact that she could talk to plants should have been more relevant to the overall plot. Read the rest of this review here: paperbacksandfrosting

    22. I think there were some minor plot issues in this book but over all, for a new author, this was a great book. A young girl is bitten, not involuntarily, by a boy outside a club and her life is never the same. She finds out that the world is so much bigger than she ever imagined and she is much more than she thought.I was a bit disappointed in the ending and I wish all the loose ends and questions had been handled, but I suspect there is a sequel out there somewhere.

    23. I had the privilege to read this book in a very early stage. I loved it then and I love it now. The premise is like nothing out there currently and that to me is part of Vala's appeal. Even though you will find familiar elements in it (vampires, fallen angels,etc) the mythology that J.F. Jenkins creates is all her own.

    24. I didn't realize this was the first book. I actually read Jewl's book first. I liked this one as well. From reading Jewl's book, I was curious about how some things had happened with Cheyenne and reading this cleared it all up.

    25. I've read another book by this author and loved it, I'd like to read the rest of her books.

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