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A Jane Yellowrock story - created exclusively for Audible! When Jane killed a small pack of marauding werewolves, she had no idea that the female had a brother in Angola prison. John-Roy Wayne swore vengeance, escaped prison, and kidnapped two young women. Jane has no choice but to go after the human, who is far worse than she ever expected.


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A Jane Yellowrock story - created exclusively for Audible! When Jane killed a small pack of marauding werewolves, she had no idea that the female had a brother in Angola prison. John-Roy Wayne swore vengeance, escaped prison, and kidnapped two young women. Jane has no choice but to go after the human, who is far worse than she ever expected.

30 review for Black Water

  1. 4 out of 5

    Choko

    *** 4 *** I loved the story, but I need to know what kind of monster is Christabell and what is it with her obsession with human hair? And why didn't Jane kill her and her husband - I would never feel safe leaving those two behind my back, because neither one of them seem either stable or sane... I am not cool with them being free and unchallenged out there in the boonies...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁

    4.0 stars Feeling responsible for the kidnapping of two women (b/c the kidnapper busted out jail seeking revenge after someone on Jane's team killed his werewolf sister), Jane enlists the help of Sarge (from BENEATH A BLOODY MOON) and his monster dog in a rescue mission. I want to know 3 things: 1. How is it exactly that Sarge is sane? 2. How are Sarge and Christabel able to communicate with monster dog? 3. WHAT THE BLOODY HECK IS CHRISTABEL??!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Maria Dimitrova

    Another actioned filled short from jane Yellowrock's world. In a way it's a sequel to Beneath a Bloody Moon and answers some of the questions left open in it. At the same time it leaves us with other questions. Like what the hell is Christabell and is she a future treat for Jane to deal with? The best thing about this story was Rick's absence that let me enjoy it without wanting to enter the book and strangle him :D Another actioned filled short from jane Yellowrock's world. In a way it's a sequel to Beneath a Bloody Moon and answers some of the questions left open in it. At the same time it leaves us with other questions. Like what the hell is Christabell and is she a future treat for Jane to deal with? The best thing about this story was Rick's absence that let me enjoy it without wanting to enter the book and strangle him :D

  4. 5 out of 5

    ✨Susan✨

    This is a follow up to the last short where Jane left one loose end. Faith Hunters short stories are always great. I am feathering them in between my longer reads, but I can't wait to get back to the next one.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amyiw

    This novella picks up where Beneath a Bloody Moon leaves off, with Jane going to see if perhaps the lone wolf is the cause of the deaths in the area where they took down the pack. She soon finds out it is the brother of the crazy female of the pack that they killed. This one was so much better for me. Jane isn't on the edge of death and Rick is only on the phone. The story line is much more cohesive and she is more in control. Much better read for me and I enjoyed it through. This novella picks up where Beneath a Bloody Moon leaves off, with Jane going to see if perhaps the lone wolf is the cause of the deaths in the area where they took down the pack. She soon finds out it is the brother of the crazy female of the pack that they killed. This one was so much better for me. Jane isn't on the edge of death and Rick is only on the phone. The story line is much more cohesive and she is more in control. Much better read for me and I enjoyed it through.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    When Jane and Sarge go fugitive-hunting in the alligator infested swamps of Louisiana, not everybody is going to make it out alive, which is probably a good thing... This is one of Faith's darker novellas, but there's no denying it's a good one. Oct 10th, 2016: The Jane Yellowrock audible novellas are currently on sale & practically free. Go get them while you can. When Jane and Sarge go fugitive-hunting in the alligator infested swamps of Louisiana, not everybody is going to make it out alive, which is probably a good thing... This is one of Faith's darker novellas, but there's no denying it's a good one. Oct 10th, 2016: The Jane Yellowrock audible novellas are currently on sale & practically free. Go get them while you can.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn F.

    I read this in the anthology Black Water Man, most of these short stories are gruesome. Not in the descriptions but in what is not said. It has a happy ending (for me). I read this in the anthology Black Water Man, most of these short stories are gruesome. Not in the descriptions but in what is not said. It has a happy ending (for me).

  8. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

    This book was a bit of a two-parter with Beneath a Bloody Moon, and I loved that, and I wouldn't mind spending more time with these characters!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    This one was pretty dark and concise. I liked it a lot.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Black Water is an audio short story from the Jane Yellowrock series written by Faith Hunter and read by Khristine Hvam. It takes after the events in the sixth novel, Blood Trade, and centers on Jane Yellowrock and her search for two missing women. She recruits Sarge and his monstrous dog to help her. It was first written and collected in Black Water anthology. Black Water centers on Jane Yellowrock as she forms a search party looking for two missing women who were kidnapped. She particularly feel Black Water is an audio short story from the Jane Yellowrock series written by Faith Hunter and read by Khristine Hvam. It takes after the events in the sixth novel, Blood Trade, and centers on Jane Yellowrock and her search for two missing women. She recruits Sarge and his monstrous dog to help her. It was first written and collected in Black Water anthology. Black Water centers on Jane Yellowrock as she forms a search party looking for two missing women who were kidnapped. She particularly feels responsible, because previously Jane Yellowrock killed a small pack of marauding werewolves, but she had no idea that one of the werewolves she killed had a brother in Angola Prison, who escaped and kidnapped the aforementioned women. Black Water is written and narrated rather well. It is a story that introduced two characters that I have not read about, but they are both incredibly quirky people. One wonders about the sanity of Sarge and the creepiness of Christabel. All in all, Black Water is a well written, but more importantly, it expanded the wonderful world that is the Jane Yellowrock universe.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Barb Shuler

    This was a good, quick little short. It’s a follow up to “Beneath a Bloody Moon”. It’s action packed, full of Jane being Jane and running off to help the people in a small town. She’s already there for her own investigation when Rick calls, making it another favor her big cat owes her. We have a little action, a little blood and a good book to read. I loved it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jewlsbookblog

    Jane teams back up with Sarge and her partners Alex and Eli to rescue a coupe of kidnapped women. I am loving the familial dynamics with Alex, Eli, and Jane, and I really want to know what on earth Sarge’s wife Christabel is..she’s way scarier than Beast on a rampage.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    Nice tie in to an earlier minor character.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Reads It

    IT was a short short but packed with typical Jane action, werewolves and really big doggies.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lila

    Read as part of Black Water anthology This shortie is direct continuation of Beneath a Bloody Moon: A Jane Yellowrock Story, so it should be read after that one. Both stories cover the time between book #6 and book #7. Considering how much this story leans on Beneath a Bloody Moon, I can't say it stands good on its own. To put it mildly, you would be able to enjoy it more if you read the story where Jane meets Sarge first. Sarge's wife is a blast, though. Read as part of Black Water anthology This shortie is direct continuation of Beneath a Bloody Moon: A Jane Yellowrock Story, so it should be read after that one. Both stories cover the time between book #6 and book #7. Considering how much this story leans on Beneath a Bloody Moon, I can't say it stands good on its own. To put it mildly, you would be able to enjoy it more if you read the story where Jane meets Sarge first. Sarge's wife is a blast, though.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Rezk

    I love this series! I just read the short stories in Black Water. In a way, the three stories in this book are all about women being attacked and, in two cases, kidnapped and abused. In the shortest story, Snafu, Jane herself is attacked when she reports for her first internship as a PI. In the other two, Jane sets out to rescue the kidnapped women. We meet Nell in one of the stories. I understand that she will be the main character in the new series set in Jane's world. She is an intriguing cha I love this series! I just read the short stories in Black Water. In a way, the three stories in this book are all about women being attacked and, in two cases, kidnapped and abused. In the shortest story, Snafu, Jane herself is attacked when she reports for her first internship as a PI. In the other two, Jane sets out to rescue the kidnapped women. We meet Nell in one of the stories. I understand that she will be the main character in the new series set in Jane's world. She is an intriguing character with lots of room to grow as she gets involved with Rick's team of supernatural investigators. I eagerly await that book, as well as Broken Soul. I'm eager for Jane and Bruiser to FINALLY get together. :-)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Daffodil

    Read September 2015 in Black Water Read April 2016 in Blood in Her Veins: Nineteen Stories from the World of Jane Yellowrock Read September 2015 in Black Water Read April 2016 in Blood in Her Veins: Nineteen Stories from the World of Jane Yellowrock

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    See my full review here: https://riverareads.blogspot.com/2016... This book was okay. There isn't a whole lot happening. While Sarge's wife is an interesting conundrum, there isn't really any explanation or further info given. And, as with most of the short stories in this series, I found it a bit lacking and I really wanted something more. See my full review here: https://riverareads.blogspot.com/2016... This book was okay. There isn't a whole lot happening. While Sarge's wife is an interesting conundrum, there isn't really any explanation or further info given. And, as with most of the short stories in this series, I found it a bit lacking and I really wanted something more.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Michele bookloverforever

    2 short stories and 2 preview chapters of the authors next Yellowrock book. all good. but the 2 nd short story introduces a new character who will get her own novel in 2015. her name is Nell, and she's very interesting.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I've never read anything by Faith Hunter before but I liked this, maybe because it was a fast read. I did not read it even close to in order but still could figure out what was going on with the characters and what it was about. The Jane Yellowrock series is one I will add to my TBR.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    *Takes place after BLOOD TRADE and before BLACK ARTS - Curious minds gotta know ... What is Christabel?

  22. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Kramer

    very good. three stories. meet up with Sarge the werewolf. introduced to Nell the "fairy," to be a new character.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Collection of 2 short stories and a couple of chapters of the new book in the Jane Yellowrock series. Entertaining.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Strega

    three short stories heading to a new novel out next month. Well written and a nice tidbit :)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elisabet

    Great as always.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Deb B

    brilliant writer, so much imagination - amazing stories & amazing characters brilliant writer, so much imagination - amazing stories & amazing characters

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Good.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Part of the companion guide. Good short story

  29. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Sayegh

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