Yianna Yiannacou

Biography

Yianna Yiannacou is an aspiring writer who was born in Toronto, Ontario. At the age of 22 she got caught up in the writing world. She was inspired to write a novel of her own after realizing her passion for writing fan fiction. With the encouragement from many fans, she took a leap of faith and decided to publish.

She is currently working on short stories that you can find on her website.

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Books

Day Seven
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Price: Free! Words: 35,450. Language: English. Published: October 11, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
After her parents were brutally murdered, Hailey tries to live hidden from all. When Hailey met Robert she knew there was something more than just 'boy meets girl.' They both try to find the murderers of her parents but end up in horrible consequences. Read to find out more.
Afternoon Delight
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Price: Free! Words: 6,550. Language: English. Published: August 10, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
Young and beautiful, Alexandra loves to get herself into mischief. With the opening of a new Manor, Alexandra plans to have some fun with one of the guests.
Drowning
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Price: Free! Words: 2,460. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
(3.67)
True beauty lies within. A short fairytale written after reading The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton. The inspiration for this story.

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Smashwords book reviews by Yianna Yiannacou

  • Rogue Hunter: Inquest on Jan. 10, 2013

    I received a free ARC e-book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I am going to start off by saying that I liked this book but did not love it. There were a few parts that I had to skip because I couldn’t care too much for it. This book is about a bounty hunter named Zyra Zanr who ventures to New Venus to retrieve a notorious terrorist/ex-lover, Boris Skringler. She is one of those women you just don’t want to mess with. I wouldn’t want to be in a fight with her, for I know I would lose. Zyra goes to New Venus’ Queen and asks to have Boris in her custody but the Queen denies her. The law in New Venus is that no men are allowed. The Queen is like a pissed off preschooler. ‘No boys in this clubhouse!’ Anyway, so the sentence for men on their planet is death. Harsh, but those are the laws. Boris tried to hide away on New Venus but got caught and now Zyra wants to bring him back to the InterGalactic Alliance to retrieve the bounty that is on his head. Zyra figured she could start a new life with her girlfriend and stop bounty hunting with the money she would receive for that mission. She is determined to capture him, but things don’t go as planned. She decides to break him out of New Venus’ jail and when he betrays her, she ends up in jail. I would say read to find out what happens, but I’m not too sure if I would recommend this book. When I first started reading this book I knew Zyra was bad ass, but I wish she would have done something to Boris sooner. She needed him captured but I felt like she gave into him too easily and lost too many chances she had at him. That aggravated me. There are some parts in this book where you just know it was written by a man because the mumbo jumbo of all the space galactic lasers and switches and space ships and bombs could not come from a woman. I skipped over the parts where they spoke of radiators and bombing the enemy ships. That kind of story is just not for me, but definitely for other people. Some parts where she was going after Boris were a bit confusing when they were underground in the Garbage disposal area or something. I don’t know. Over the rest was a good story line, but JUST good. It has me a bit intrigued to see what happens in the next book, even though I will probably not read it. That’s all.