Another reaper book, which I thought it might be good but it wasn’t all that great. For one, I don’t get how humans can’t see demons but they can see the Guardian Angels in their meat suits running around with weapons and random fish nets. Demons had human forms so why couldn’t humans see them?! It made no sense to me.
I felt this book was very immature and the plot was boring. They never explain why they marked her and how the GA’s handle it and then handle her at the end was very stupid. I will not be reading the next books to this series.
March 21, 2011
Sixteen-year-old Kara Nightingale’s ordinary life is suddenly turned upside down when she dies and wakes up in a strange new world with a new career—as a rookie for the Guardian Angel Legion. Kara is pulled into the supernatural, where monkeys drive the elevators, oracles scurry above giant crystal balls, and where demons feed on the souls of mortals.
With the help of her Petty Officer and friend, David, Kara hurtles towards an adventure that will change her life forever…
This book was interesting! Grim Reaper, Death Escorts, Ghost Escorts – my kind of book for sure. Dex (who’s homeless) saves a waitress from being hit by a bus and instead dies himself, gets recruited by G.R (Grim reaper) to escort souls to him. The first soul he has to “escort” is the waitress he saved. He gets money, an expensive house, expensive car, new clothes, etc (oh and a butler!). Even a new “meat suit” so no one will recognize him. He makes the mistake of getting to know her though, so every attempt he has of killing her he screws it up. He ends up falling in love with her and has to race against another escort to either save her (and die himself) or complete the job (and he lives). I hate the other escort, he’s a cocky asshole. The ending of this book was terrible though!! Not a HEA one at all.
February 7, 2013
Love or Death? A simple question really. The choice seems obvious. But. What if you never knew love, what if your life was spent just trying to survive? What if you knew your fate before you were fully grown?
And then you died.
And you were given another chance. A better chance.
This new life depended upon one thing: your job. And so you agreed. You thought it would be simple. You thought it would be cut and dry.
It never is.
And now you are left holding the fate of someone else in the palm of your hand and you have to make the ultimate choice.