A Lovely Drop (The NeverNeath #2) by Darynda Jones

A Lovely Drop (The NeverNeath #2)

A woman who claims to do the impossible…Andrea Grace comes from a long line of women who can do the impossible: They can eavesdrop on the past. But ever since her mother’s suspicious death, Andrea has led a half-life, guarding herself from those who would kill to get their hands on her. From heads of states to the most violent criminals craving what she has to offer, every drop she makes puts her at risk.But one fateful night, Andrea decides ...


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TitleA Lovely Drop (The NeverNeath #2)
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Release DateJan 1st, 2020
PublisherIndependently Published
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction, Time Travel, Suspense, Novella, Urban Fantasy, Short Stories, Fiction
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Reviews A Lovely Drop (The NeverNeath #2)

  • Ira
    1970-01-01
    I love this short story, it kind of time travel but it wasnt.I would say, a suspense paranormal with dash of romance?I hope Darynda will make this couple into a new series, I really like the idea what this heroine can do with her new job. Ive never read someone with her ability before, so lets see:)Get this book for free here, https://dl.bookfunnel.com/j138p67e2v❤ I love this short story, it kind of time travel but it wasn’t.I would say, a ...
  • Patty
    1970-01-01
    Short but great. Highlights everything I love about Ms Jones. Action packed, witty and great characters. I would love for this to turn into a series (hint hint). Ill be keeping my fingers crossed Short but great. Highlights everything I love about Ms Jones. Action packed, witty and great characters. I would love for this to turn into a series (hint hint). I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed
  • Sandee
    1970-01-01
    Delightful! I first read this story a few years ago as part of a collection called Twelve Shades of Midnight. In my review, at that time, I wished that Darynda would write more about these characters. Unfortunately, this is the same story not a new one but it was just as fun reading it this time as it was the first time. The characters are engaging, the story exciting and the action is non-stop. I still hope that the future contains more stories ...
  • Alina
    1970-01-01
    Interesting concept! I would love a follow-up book. It would be interesting to see their work dynamic along with their personal relationship!
  • Shannon
    1970-01-01
    A Lovely Drop The NeverNeath, Book 2 I Picked Up This Book Because: Fan of the author The Characters: Andrea Grace: Special Agent Sebastian Strand: The Story: Andrea Grace has very special skills that she has been warned not to use to help humans. They will take advantage of you and she has seen this first hand. Her anonymous help is noticed by Agent Strand and Andrea is forced to help Agent Strand solve the murder of his partner and a ...
  • Timitra
    1970-01-01
    A Lovely Drop was very interesting and intriguing. Im very much looking forward to reading more in this world. Its a Paranormal Romantic Suspense. Its pretty short but good. I cant wait to read more about Andrea and Sebastian. I definitely recommend it.Copy won in a contest hosted by author A Lovely Drop was very interesting and intriguing. I’m very much looking forward to reading more in this world. It’s a Paranormal Romantic Suspense. It...
  • Sue
    1970-01-01
    Need lots more in this world!!
  • Tez
    1970-01-01
    Was all set to give this 4 stars, until the romance kicked in. Just didn't care after that.
  • Sue MacKenzie
    1970-01-01
    Intriguing read, great story line. This really makes you pay attention and it is worth it.Glad to see the ending came out the way it did.Might have to follow this author a bit closer now.
  • Ivana
    1970-01-01
    A quick but quite enjoyable read.
  • Val Moss
    1970-01-01
    Loved it! Very fun and different. Can't wait to see what's next!
  • Debbie Turk
    1970-01-01
    A Time Rewinder & A Special Agent Join Forces!!😲💥🔥⌚💫A Lovely Drop: A Story of the NeverneathI loved this quirky & intriguing crime story with a huge twist!🌟 We first meet Andrea being transported in the back of a Police Van, she's got a good over her head & is cuffed!!😳 Once they stop she's taken outside to what is obviously a crime scene, it's swarming with Officers, Plain Cloths too. She's escorted into a kitchen that's cove...
  • iamGamz
    1970-01-01
    Darynda Jones hasnt written a book that I didnt love. Shes brilliant. A Lovely Drop May be a free short story but it can easily become a wonderful series. And gaaawd I hope the Neverneath stories become full seriess. Andrea Grace has a unique talent. She can go back in time, up to 24 hours, and see the events that happened. She used this talent to send clues to the cops to help them solve unsolvable crimes. And then she was caught and accused of ...
  • Ciru
    1970-01-01
    This was a novella, previously published as part of an another anthology.We have Andrea who can rewind time, for the past 24 hours. She was taught to keep her gift a secret but decided to help the police with it, and as it happened, is eventually caught.Here comes in Sebastian. Tall, dark and handsome and for all intents, Andrea's handler. She drops in time, proves her gift, helps solve a major crime, prevent another large scale one, prevent her+...
  • Beth
    1970-01-01
    Nice new seriesI like the premise of this story. Andrea is from a family of women who can go to a place and see what has happened in the preceding 24 hours. It hasnt always worked out well for them though. Andrea has anonymously been helping law enforcement solve crimes for a while trying to remain under the radar. The authorities discover her identity and decided to use her to solve some crimes. Its a double edged sword; she is useful but also c...
  • James Wharton
    1970-01-01
    This is the first book I've read by Darynda Jones and I loved it. My only regret is that it was too short. The story grabbed me at the first paragraph and did not let go through the end. The author has a unique take on astral projection which is central to the plot. Andrea (Andi) was taken into custody by Homeland Security after providing information resulting in the solving of several crimes. She has inherited a special ability that can result i...
  • Exploringthebooks (Jas)
    1970-01-01
    A short paranormal novella about a woman named Andrea who has the ability to "drop". In any crime scene she can "drop" and turn back time to witness the scene. After years of anonymously helping solve cold case crimes, Andrea is pulled in to help FBI, Special Agent Sebastian, to solve his best friend's death. It's intriguing, it's suspenseful, it's relatively fast paced and as quick as Andrea and Sebastian came together, it's not really an insta-...
  • Terric853
    1970-01-01
    Basically a short story (or novella, if you prefer) about Andrea, a woman with the ability to "drop" back to view events that have happened in the last 24 hours. She's been helping Chicago police solve crimes by sending them details of crimes anonymously. However, one night they caught a glimpse of her when her hoodie blew back and now the Department of Homeland Security is asking for help to prevent a terrorist attack. Andrea is funny and smart ...
  • Debbie
    1970-01-01
    An interesting little story. I thought it was going to be the whole guns and bombs, international espionage, double agent, spy, terrorist suspense thing, which it was for a little while, but the case wrapped up before the suspense could get overly suspenseful. Just about the time I was thinking "Eh, I'm not sure I'm really up for this" I realized that the book was nearly done and the case was pretty well wrapped up. And then there's the happy end...
  • Lisa Maddison
    1970-01-01
    More of a short story but great new universe.Andrea has an interesting talent, she can go back up to 24 hours in time to see what has happened in a location to the people there. After trying to solve a crime without being involved, she is arrested for that crime. She proves she is innocent by telling what happened at another crime scene and then helps to catch a terrorist. This seems to be a new series by Darynda Jones with new characters, I enjo...
  • Graylark
    1970-01-01
    The premise was interesting, as was the crime-solving. The hero and heroine didn't really interest me very much--they didn't feel fully fleshed out and were just catalysts making the plot happen. Note also that this novella ended at 75% and the remaining 25% that I expected more story from was an excerpt from another book. They really should put these excerpts at the start instead, because it just feels bad this way.
  • Susanna
    1970-01-01
    A short but complete story. The premise is interesting: Andrea can drop back in time twenty-four hours and she uses her skill to help the police solve crimes. It makes matters better when the agent in question is really hot. The big crime is solved fairly easily, but there are enough other twists to keep things interesting. And it ends in a good place that gives hope that there will be more books about these two. I'd definitely read them.
  • ConniW
    1970-01-01
    Excellent, excellent, excellent readThis book was such a wonderful surprise! I thoroughly enjoyed the fresh perspective and twists this book brings to the genre. The characters were amazing and Im hoping that this becomes a true series, I can see this story line opening up so many avenues. Thank you, Darynda Jones for sharing this book with your fans. Excellent, excellent, excellent readThis book was such a wonderful surprise! I thoroughly enjo...
  • Patty
    1970-01-01
    Love Love LoveOutstanding read! I just love Ms. Jones! Just when I think I have a favorite of her books, she goes and writes a even better read. This one has a very unique and highly interesting story line. I loved the characters. There was never a dull moment. An wonderful mystery with great characters and sexy male costar. I cant wait till the next adventure!!! Love Love LoveOutstanding read! I just love Ms. Jones! Just when I think I have a ...
  • Becky Burciaga
    1970-01-01
    Never doubt that Darynda Jones is a gifted storyteller...from Charlie to Sunshine, and now Andrea, I fly through her stories. When Im reading one of her stories, Im immersed in it...this new one was no different. Sebastian was larger than life, as depicted, hes hard to forget about once the story ends. I hope that therell be more Sebastian and Andrea in future books in this series Never doubt that Darynda Jones is a gifted storyteller...from Ch...
  • Adrienne Testa
    1970-01-01
    A woman with a unique talent that needs to be kept a secret, but homeland security will use her to track a killer. A special agent wanting to know how his partner dies, will use her talent to get answers. Its a unique story line, with interesting characters. A steady pace and a unique perspective.
  • Roberta
    1970-01-01
    I really enjoyed this story, and Id love to read more. It was a little too adventure-filled for my usual taste, with less of the fun humour (as seen in the Charley Davidson series, and A Bad Day for Sunshine) I tend to expect from Darynda Jones. However, still a compelling story and excellently written. I really enjoyed this story, and I’d love to read more. It was a little too adventure-filled for my usual taste, with less of the fun humour ...
  • Dominy
    1970-01-01
    Needs to be longerOf course, I pretty much think that about all of Darynda's books. I need more words for this to post so......love, love, love, love, love, everything about this....smoothies.
  • Eileen Abercrombie
    1970-01-01
    Grimlets Unite!!We need to know more about Andrea and Sebastian!!!! That NeverNeath story was... AWESOME!!!! Her ability to "drop" is incredible and we MUST know more of Sebastian's ummm steely ass!!!!
  • Anna Withers
    1970-01-01
    Time travelUnique.However, this felt more like an expanded short story than an actual novel.I felt that the characters background was quickly summed up, in Sebastians case, and somewhat more explained with Andreas. Time travelUnique.However, this felt more like an expanded short story than an actual novel.I felt that the characters’ background was quickly summed up, in Sebastian’s case, and somewhat more explained with Andrea’s.