Andrea Heltsley

Biography

I’m a biologist turned writer. I write YA/NA paranormal romance books mainly. I’m the author of Devour and have several more books scheduled to come out later in 2013. I book blog for fun. I also have a strong addiction to caffeine and fruit snacks. You can find me in Tennessee with my husband and two Italian greyhounds.

If you ask anyone, I’m a total fangirl! I love the entertainment industry. I love Revenge and the Vampire Diaries on television. My favorite movies are Elektra and P.S. I Love You. I have a definite weakness for Tim Burton movies too. I’m beyond a huge fangirl for Shakira, both her English and Spanish music; Jack’s Mannequin comes in a close second. I have too many favorite authors to list, but Kelley Armstrong and Rachel Vincent are two of them. I’ve read all their books 

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Smashwords book reviews by Andrea Heltsley

  • Frost on June 23, 2012

    This book was everything I expected and more. The author was descriptive and the story was captivating. I started the book expecting to put it down after a few chapters and ended up reading it the whole way through. You really feel for the MC Lia. Her family was killed, leaving her in charge of her younger sister and crippled brother. The town wants her matched and that would mean leaving her family. Lia became all work and no play in an effort to avoid such action and keep her family afloat. Then one day her sister found a "farther" in the woods and Lia's world was turned upside down. Everything she thought she knew was questioned. She must learn to follow the rules or put her trust in this new stranger, Gabe. There was a good dose of mystery in this book. It kept me guessing until the very end. I was pretty sad to see the story end. I am thankful there is a sequel to Frost. Thorns will be out in July 2012. I for one am stoked and will be one of the first to see how this journey continues.
  • Pandora's Key on July 19, 2012

    Pandora's Key was a very intriguing book. I was skeptical after the first couple pages, but it quickly picked up speed and I held on for the duration. The story was gripping and I couldn't put it down. Evangeline was a character that remained very confused throughout the book and I kind of liked that she wasn't some kick ass hero. The characters each served a part in the story and I liked the way they were weaved into the story. The only negative about the book was the fact that it wasn't told only through Evangeline. Malledy served as a second narration and I found it to be unnecessary and out of place in spots. I understood the author's intentions, it just didn't flow. There was a lot of mythology and that kept it interesting. All in all, I enjoyed the mystery and it sucked me in. The story made sense and I was satisfied at the end of the book. This is the first in a trilogy and I can't wait to see what the next book holds. This is a great paranormal YA and I highly recommend it:)
  • Devour, Warm Delicacy Series, Book 3 on March 01, 2013

    Finally!!! I was so stoked to get to read this book. I impatiently waited and think I even told Megan to write faster :) I had to know what happened after Indulge. The first two books in this series, Savor and Indulge were great and this book didn't let me down. I love Claire. She's always there to try and save the people she loves. She's has a strong personality and is a firecracker. Then there's Arrick....mmmm...how perfect is he? I would be the luckiest girl in the world if I was Claire. I like how protective he is of Claire, yet respects the heck out of her. This book didn't include Robin as much, but Claire got to explore her friendship with Liz more. I liked that they brought her into the fold. She was just what the book needed as far as characters went. Baal? Ugh, she did a great job making him the villian. The way she wrote him, I wanted to reach into the pages and strangle him. Then there is Ana. I hope there is a fourth book, because I want to see more of what Ana is up to. I wasn't a fan of Titan or Ronon so that kind of killed some of the books excitement for me personally. Overall, this was an awesome book. If you have read the other two books in the series, you wont be dissapointed in this addition to the series. Hold on to your hats everyone, because this one was a wild ride! It was a fantasticYA paranormal romance and I give it four glittery stars!!
  • Unbound on April 19, 2016

    This series just gets better and better! I love Spencer and her friends! We get to know Thayer a lot more, and some of the twists were unexpected! I'm sitting on pins and needles waiting for the next book! Five glittery stars!