Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy, book 2) by Lani Woodland – book cover, description, publication history. Yara is beginning to understand just how much her life will change now that her Waker abilities have emerged. She has come to terms with the fact that seeing. Popular Series By Lani Woodland. The Yara Silva Trilogy. 2 books in this series. Intrinsical. from: $ #1. Indelible. #2. List View | Grid View. Books by Lani.

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The relationship between Yara and Brent. The characterizations are great, the plotting is amazing and the action scenes are gripping. She can communicate with ghosts.

I will make an announcement when I woodlamd out the new date. Feb 16, When the new character DJ was introduced I was preparing myself for the tiresome love triangle concept that usually followed but thank god that path was left undisturbed. At the end of Intrinsical, we left Yara and Brent in a good place, so I was a little apprehensive about their relationship in Indelible.

View all 13 comments. Not perfect, but still awesome. I would have no problem immersing myself in them one after the other. You’re in for a great read!! Not everyone can take sarcasm in stride. Let’s be clear about one thing I wasn’t a huge fan of Intrinsical but Indelible just blew me away.

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So need I say this is a Good Choice for Reading! Nov 23, Jul 14, Wanda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Thank you so much for caring enough to ask.


As Yara develops her waker skills she becomes more confident and afraid of her own power. Now while some may like the idea like her best friend Cherie that Yara can talk to ghosts. After all, her Granddaughter could have used her help. Or something that was more of a career and less of a vocation, which is what I firmly believe doctors and nurses should have, and which I did not sense in Yara at all? Well okay, suffice it to say that where I grew up, these books were fairly popular. So anyway, back to Intrinsical.

Indelible (Yara Silva Trilogy)

This book was awesome! Apr 10, Brandi ; rated it it was amazing Shelves: And I haven to admit, I really loved that part of the book. This all seemed tied together and the answeres are in the past. Yara is now starting her senior year at Pendrell after being all summer in Brazil with her Grandmother Vovo.

Lani outdoes herself in Indelible- not an easy feat, considering the epic nature of Thomas in Intrinsical. I would have never guessed the outcome for Sophie; as far as I was indeljble this is one ghost that was written off.

Lani Woodland (Author of Intrinsical)

The book manages to end on a satisfactory note, while still leaving you begging ondelible more. I was not disappointed in the mystery and world building departments, either. But the author more than made up for it in this book indeluble is highly satisfying. Maybe because it strikes too close to home for comfort, I always have a difficult time reading about situations in which someone is exposed to the fear of an announced early death.


Amazon Kindle 0 editions. This means she can communicate with and see spirits and help them cross over to where ever they belong, ‘the other side’. Undelible has been dreading the day when she too would see ghosts, and is relieved that the usually dominant Waker gene seems to have skipped her, letting her live a normal teenage life. Such a great progression in this awesome character, Lani!

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She is way more confident and strong than she was in the first book and that brought about a whole new side to her character that I found charming. As new enemies emerge and old ghosts resurface, Yara finds herself in the center of another deadly mystery, and this time she has to contend with the living as well as the dead. I have to say this novel is NOT one you can read while tired, or with other things on your mind, there’s WAY to much going on and if you miss something, it can really hurt the story