Frayed Fray loves being a semi pro fighter and free spirit However when a deadly faction begins abducting supernatural teens in the Blue Hills of North Carolina for excruciating experiments she quickly lea

  • Title: Frayed
  • Author: Blakely Chorpenning
  • ISBN: 9780984701001
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fray loves being a semi pro fighter and free spirit However, when a deadly faction begins abducting supernatural teens in the Blue Hills of North Carolina for excruciating experiments, she quickly learns there is to life than glitzy opponents and late night trysts Fray and a crew of unlikely allies must rescue the children before they are dissected alive Being a leFray loves being a semi pro fighter and free spirit However, when a deadly faction begins abducting supernatural teens in the Blue Hills of North Carolina for excruciating experiments, she quickly learns there is to life than glitzy opponents and late night trysts Fray and a crew of unlikely allies must rescue the children before they are dissected alive Being a leopard shapeshifter helps Confronting personal prejudice and traversing feelings for a tempestuous ex do not mix But Fray is willing to go all the way to stop her world from changing That is, until the ultimate sacrifice forces her to realize just how overdue change is Her most shocking discovery Everyone s human At least a little

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    1. Blakely Chorpenning says:

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    2 thoughts on “Frayed

    1. 3.5 starsInterested in more of my reviews? Visit my blog!When local teenagers start disappearing from the various shifter communities, old rivalries get put on the back burner in order to stop this from continuing. Fray is a leopard shifter and a semi-pro mixed martial arts fighter. To sum it up: she’s quite the badass. Highly independent and extremely sarcastic I grew quite fond of Fray. After finding out that more teenagers are disappearing, her and her family realizes that someone needs to [...]

    2. My ThoughtsI admit I am a big fan of novellas. It’s incredibly difficult to create a good backstory, develop characters and establish an interesting plot in such a limited amount of pages. A lot of authors will end up overwhelming readers with too much detail or underwhelming them with too few. It’s hard to get the balance just right. I think it’s a true test of an author’s skill to communicate all we need to know and successfully deliver a story that resonates with us.Blakely Chorpennin [...]

    3. The GoodI was actually pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed Frayed. In the novella we meet Fray, a leopard shapeshifter with an ingrained prejudice against vampires, werewolves, and other shapeshifters. It's how supernatural creatures live, hating those who are not their own but tolerating them only when they are helpful. But as Fray and vampire Haden Nash work together to find the many supernatural teens that have been kidnapped for nefarious reasons, Fray realizes it's time for every specie [...]

    4. Frayed is Blakely Chorpenning’s debut book. It is a novella leading into her new Madison Lark Urban Fantasy series.We meet Fray early on, when she is in the midst of a semi pro fight. Fray is a leopard shifter, who likes to fight, to use up her restless leopard energies, and she gets paid for it. Fray is a tough, hard assed heroine, who is not afraid to speak her mind openly, no matter if it hurts, and she is very independent. But despite her stubbornness, she cares, and this makes her an exce [...]

    5. To see this review and more like it check out my site Urban Fantasy Review at ufreviews I am normally not a person who really falls in love with novellas. And the reason for that is I always want more, I start to like the characters or I want to learn more about the world, and novellas just aren't enough time for authors to really do that. But this novella may be my exception to that rule, because I really enjoyed this book, I just wish it was longer. I'm going to start with the one thing that b [...]

    6. It was pretty good, pretty good. There was quite a bit of swearing, so I warn others for that. My friend won this in a sweepstakes here in and let me read it after her. She didn't think it was that good, but what does she know because I thought is was pretty good story-line wise. Its about a girl named Fray. I didn't realize that she was a girl until a few pages in where she was in the women's locker room, but apparently I missed it earlier. Its cool, no biggie. So I was reading and my friend t [...]

    7. The shifter community is in an uproar because their teenagers seem to be missing. Because there is little communication between the leopards, weres, etc it has taken sometime for them to realise the breadth of the problem.Fray is a mixed martial artist who loves and lives to fight. Her brother assigns Fray to investigate the disappearances with Nash - a vampire. Fray is not at all pleased as it seems that distrust not only extends to other shifters but to the undead as well. Chorpenning has a la [...]

    8. This is actually the first story, outside of my own (Heart Song), where I have seen the use of therianthrope used correctly. I have to commend the author on that. I'm impressed and very happy to see that term getting more use. This was a fast, easy read. The story is very much something about change and breaking from the norm to bring about the change and how it sometimes comes about through chaos and war and loss. There are definitely great merits to this story. The characters were unique with [...]

    9. I just finished reading this book. The author did such a great job of giving just enough information to get to know each character's personality and feelings. Letting you get to really know them in such a short story. I enjoyed the flow of the book, with one exception. I wish there was more details with the main fight scene. When reading short stories I am always left feeling like so much was missed, so many questions wanting so much more. Frayed, while that one scene I wished was more, the rest [...]

    10. I received a copy of Frayed from the author Blakely Chorpenning.I love Fray, she was a real badass, the type that won’t take crap from anyone but still has a big heart. It was really good, I was surprised because all the characters were well written for a novella and they seemed realistic. Even in a short amount of time Fray seemed to grow. Sometimes I find that Novellas just make me hungry for more storyline but I thought I thought the storyline was great, even though it was a sad sort of one [...]

    11. This was my first novella and very interesting also my first book I won from a giveaway before. It basically follows the story of a girl named Fray who has the power to shift into a leopard. Though you think her life would be easier with this power, it is proven to be untrue when a group of evil humans against all magical people start to kidnap all the teenagers in Fray's "lepe" (basically group of other leopard shifters). With the help of an unusual pair of vampires and Fray's gorgeous old ex, [...]

    12. I received this book for free through First Reads.I quite enjoyed this book. There was a nice consistency of the plot, I didn't feel like I was wasting time reading through any slow parts. It was also easy to get started and once I had opened the book and properly began to read it, I finished it in one go. Keeping in mind it was a novella, I felt like this was more of a novel in how it was written. The characters were quite developed and there was a stable and believable plot that was introduce [...]

    13. This book held more than a few surprises inside that I was not expecting. I think it is completely unique in its story, and I was turning pages as fast as I could to find out what would happen next.See, first we have Fray, which is actually a nickname for a leopard shifter woman named Madison Lark. She is this badass semi-pro MMA fighter. Yep, a female MMA fighter. That’s what initially was interested in this story. I love when a character is not something you normally see, especially when it [...]

    14. The shifter community is in an uproar because their teenagers seem to be missing. Because there is little communication between the leopards, weres, etc it has taken sometime for them to realise the breadth of the problem.Fray is a mixed martial artist who loves and lives to fight. Her brother assigns Fray to investigate the disappearances with Nash - a vampire. Fray is not at all pleased as it seems that distrust not only extends to other shifters but to the undead as well. Chorpenning has a la [...]

    15. I read Frayed by Blakely Chorpenning a few months ago, and I admit I was not excited to read it at first. It falls into the paranormal romance genre, specifically the subset of “shape-shifters”. I am not a fan of these books in general. I would say the majority of these books all read the same: one member of a clan of lion shifters or wolf shifters or leopard shifters hates all members of a rival clan in which they eventually find the love of their life. Honestly, there are way too many of t [...]

    16. Good readThis is a story of different types of people, such as vampires, were's, leopards, lions, shadow shifters, etc. The children started disappearing shortly before the age when they would shift. What pain and torture they experienced is inhumane. Well they find the children and those who have captured them? Good read

    17. Do you want to cry????That's what will happen here. Yes it was a shifter/vamp story, but not typical. This was more about crossing lines and working together to get something accomplished. The only thing I didn't like is that the emotions and personalities were flat.

    18. Good storyShifters, all different kinds, are disappearing. Not ordinary shifters, but children. Lots of action and excitement . The main character is someone you would not want to piss off and yet they have anyway. Good luck, you're going to need it.

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