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NO POWERS, NO PROBLEM. MONSTERS BEWARE. My name is Ria Miller. I'm from a family of monster hunters. Where other kids my age are worried about crushes and teachers, my parents and I fight trolls, werewolves, and other creatures that would like to crush their teachers. But just because I'm good with a knife doesn't mean I don't like the simpler things in life, so obviously I NO POWERS, NO PROBLEM. MONSTERS BEWARE. My name is Ria Miller. I'm from a family of monster hunters. Where other kids my age are worried about crushes and teachers, my parents and I fight trolls, werewolves, and other creatures that would like to crush their teachers. But just because I'm good with a knife doesn't mean I don't like the simpler things in life, so obviously I jumped when my dad offered me the chance to get my own car. Of course, there's a catch. To get the wheels, I've got to do what the cops can't and figure out what's making kids at my new high school disappear. Knowing my luck, it's probably got sharp teeth. So now I've got to untangle a massive web of lies and figure out who--or what--is behind this before they strike again. And I've got to watch my back, because whoever is taking students is willing to kill to keep their secret. If you like urban fantasy adventures with strong female characters who kick ass and take names, gripping supernatural mysteries, page-turning action, and non-stop laughs, you'll love the Ria Miller series. The saga begins here. Buy Ria's Web of Lies and start a series you won't want to put down! ******* Ria Miller and the MonstersBook 0.5 - Ria and the RevenantBook 1 - Ria's Web of LiesBook 1.5 - Ria's Bank JobBook 2 - Ria's Broken WindowsBook 3 - Coming Early 2018


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NO POWERS, NO PROBLEM. MONSTERS BEWARE. My name is Ria Miller. I'm from a family of monster hunters. Where other kids my age are worried about crushes and teachers, my parents and I fight trolls, werewolves, and other creatures that would like to crush their teachers. But just because I'm good with a knife doesn't mean I don't like the simpler things in life, so obviously I NO POWERS, NO PROBLEM. MONSTERS BEWARE. My name is Ria Miller. I'm from a family of monster hunters. Where other kids my age are worried about crushes and teachers, my parents and I fight trolls, werewolves, and other creatures that would like to crush their teachers. But just because I'm good with a knife doesn't mean I don't like the simpler things in life, so obviously I jumped when my dad offered me the chance to get my own car. Of course, there's a catch. To get the wheels, I've got to do what the cops can't and figure out what's making kids at my new high school disappear. Knowing my luck, it's probably got sharp teeth. So now I've got to untangle a massive web of lies and figure out who--or what--is behind this before they strike again. And I've got to watch my back, because whoever is taking students is willing to kill to keep their secret. If you like urban fantasy adventures with strong female characters who kick ass and take names, gripping supernatural mysteries, page-turning action, and non-stop laughs, you'll love the Ria Miller series. The saga begins here. Buy Ria's Web of Lies and start a series you won't want to put down! ******* Ria Miller and the MonstersBook 0.5 - Ria and the RevenantBook 1 - Ria's Web of LiesBook 1.5 - Ria's Bank JobBook 2 - Ria's Broken WindowsBook 3 - Coming Early 2018

30 review for Ria's Web of Lies: A Ria Miller Urban Fantasy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeanny

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A dull read. I’ll not continue the series it just doesn’t appeal to me. Also I found it predictable. Spoiler: Also I’m not a fan of 🕷 🕷 spiders. Oh & that whole scene with the food storage made me 🤢 sick.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ria Turk

    When this book was recommended via Facebook and I saw the title, I had to find out more. When I saw the heroine's name is Ria Miller, I had to read the book. You see, Ria is a very uncommon name, especially that spelling. I know, because it is my first name. My maiden name is Miller, so that cemented my interest. This book immediately grabs your interest and does not let go. Ria is a kick-butt, take no names monster hunter with her parents. She reminds me of a black Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The When this book was recommended via Facebook and I saw the title, I had to find out more. When I saw the heroine's name is Ria Miller, I had to read the book. You see, Ria is a very uncommon name, especially that spelling. I know, because it is my first name. My maiden name is Miller, so that cemented my interest. This book immediately grabs your interest and does not let go. Ria is a kick-butt, take no names monster hunter with her parents. She reminds me of a black Buffy the Vampire Slayer. There were areas where I could not help but laugh out loud! Trolls, Revenants , and Werewolves don't stand a chance, but then Ria finds out there are scarier monsters than those running around. She has a short time to find out what monster is kidnapping students at her school, before she is next. If you are a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, you will love Ria's Web of Lies. I can't wait for the next book to come out! Check it out today.

  3. 5 out of 5

    TE

    Ria's Web of Lies is the first book I've read by Nigel Henry and I really enjoyed it. It was loads of fun with lots of action and humor. Oh, and scary monsters. lol. I liked the fact that Ria had a fairly good head on her shoulders and wasn't some angsty, ditzy damsel in distress. I also liked that she and her parents worked as a team and had some family values. Good read. For those who want to know: This one has some language and violence. Ria's Web of Lies is the first book I've read by Nigel Henry and I really enjoyed it. It was loads of fun with lots of action and humor. Oh, and scary monsters. lol. I liked the fact that Ria had a fairly good head on her shoulders and wasn't some angsty, ditzy damsel in distress. I also liked that she and her parents worked as a team and had some family values. Good read. For those who want to know: This one has some language and violence.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karah

    I truly enjoyed Ria’s feistiness and determination. She is mature at points, but is still definitely a kid trying to find her way. I love that I can let my daughter read this book without cringing and not feel like I just reading a book to approve of the content. It’s an exciting roll through high school insecurities while kicking butt against the monsters hiding in plain sight. I have gone through 3 of these books in two days, and I plan to keep going. I am really enjoying this author and looki I truly enjoyed Ria’s feistiness and determination. She is mature at points, but is still definitely a kid trying to find her way. I love that I can let my daughter read this book without cringing and not feel like I just reading a book to approve of the content. It’s an exciting roll through high school insecurities while kicking butt against the monsters hiding in plain sight. I have gone through 3 of these books in two days, and I plan to keep going. I am really enjoying this author and looking forward to checking out his other offerings!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

    Excellent read If you enjoy the urban fantasy genre, especially with great female leads, this probably should make it onto your to-read shelf. I loved the main character. Plot was fairly standard for an initial coming-of-age type Buffy-esque character, but it's the first in a series, so I'm definitely going to be reading the rest to see how everything branches out from here. I highly recommend you give it a chance. Excellent read If you enjoy the urban fantasy genre, especially with great female leads, this probably should make it onto your to-read shelf. I loved the main character. Plot was fairly standard for an initial coming-of-age type Buffy-esque character, but it's the first in a series, so I'm definitely going to be reading the rest to see how everything branches out from here. I highly recommend you give it a chance.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lashette

    It was a slow starter for me. Especially since I had a lot going on in June and July. But once we got past most of the character set up it really started moving. Fast. There are some interesting twists and the bad guy is not who (or should I say what) you think it is, which was nice. Can't wait for the next one. It was a slow starter for me. Especially since I had a lot going on in June and July. But once we got past most of the character set up it really started moving. Fast. There are some interesting twists and the bad guy is not who (or should I say what) you think it is, which was nice. Can't wait for the next one.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Sue Babka

    Thrilling bounce around the city, never knowing what the protaginist was going to find! Fresh use of monster characters, using present day betrayal. Nigel captures teen attitude perfectly! Vivid account of locations. A great quick read!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Keith

    "Whatever, Edward. Bring it." His eyes twitch at the mention of the name. I guess even vampires didn't like Twilight. A black Buffy the Vampire Slayer, complete with a Scooby gang. Main difference? Her parents know about it and are involved. Well, that and New York. "Whatever, Edward. Bring it." His eyes twitch at the mention of the name. I guess even vampires didn't like Twilight. A black Buffy the Vampire Slayer, complete with a Scooby gang. Main difference? Her parents know about it and are involved. Well, that and New York.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shelly

    Absolutely loved this book!!!! Action, suspense, paranormal, mystery...everything in one book. Can’t wait to read more!!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tim Gladney

    Good read I enjoyed this book. I like the banter between Ria her parents. It's look like it's going to be a great series Good read I enjoyed this book. I like the banter between Ria her parents. It's look like it's going to be a great series

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Fun Ride! This was a fun read and thrill ride as well. Action and wit bring Ria through trials and tribulations of being a teenage monster hunt. Prepare to enjoy yourself!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tasha Munley

    Great book, a few grammatical and spelling errors as well as sentence placement, but overall a good book, definitely recommend.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Latoya Wilson

    Continuing on the Ria ride. Ria is a mess. She's a teenaged-heroine trying to save lives and grow up at the same time. On to book 3. Continuing on the Ria ride. Ria is a mess. She's a teenaged-heroine trying to save lives and grow up at the same time. On to book 3.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Quinn

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mary Johnson

  16. 5 out of 5

    B.A. Marsh

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Simonetti

  18. 5 out of 5

    james m tindol

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth White

  20. 4 out of 5

    Harley

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erin Ryan

  23. 5 out of 5

    K A PARROTT

  24. 4 out of 5

    Blake Eubanks

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bonita Harris

  27. 4 out of 5

    Craig

  28. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Atchley

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lakea

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Blair

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