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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Donna Grant
Released: August 6, 2019
Series: Reaper #6
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks
“If you like strong heroines who sweep the hero off their feet, then I think you’ll love this book.”
~ Under the Covers
With this eighth book in the Reaper series, Donna Grant delivers yet another fun and exciting book. This time the hero of the book is Bradach and the heroine is Maeve. If you like strong heroines who sweep the hero off their feet, then I think you’ll love this book.
Bradach and Maeve could seem like an unlikely match but these two alpha personalities do complement each other nicely. I have come to realize that the romances in this series tend to unfold much more rapidly in this series compared to Grant’s other series. However, it’s not necessarily a bad thing. It just means that you have to be prepared for the fast pace that these books move in.
We do also get updates on other characters in the background which I’ve come to expect in nearly all of Grant’s books. She also goes really great quick recaps so new readers won’t ever feel too lost if they decide to jump in at any point in the series.
That being said, I think the writing is engaging but still kept quite simple so that readers can ride along without feeling like their being jostled around too much with what is happening.
I ended up enjoying this book a lot and am looking forward to see what comes next from Donna Grant.
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