Kindle Edition, 213 Pages
Wild Child Publishing
You would think after helping save her boyfriend from an eternity in Hell that things would go back to normal. Well, as normal as life can be when you can see souls and your boyfriend is Death. But for Pagan Moore, things are just getting weirder.
The high school quarterback and reigning heartthrob, Leif Montgomery, is missing. While the town is in a frenzy of worry, Pagan is a nervous wreck for other reasons. Apparently good ‘ol Leif isn’t your average teenage boy. He isn’t even human. According to Death, Leif doesn’t have a soul. The quarterback may have skipped town but he’s still showing up in Pagan’s dreams… uninvited.
Dank has known from the beginning Leif wasn’t human. But he hadn’t worried about a simple soulless creature. Now, he realizes he made a grave mistake. Pagan’s soul has been marked since birth as a restitution, to a spirit so dark not even Death walks near it. Dank knows saving Pagan’s soul won’t be easy but Pagan is his. And he’s already proven he’ll defy Heaven to keep her. If Hell wants a piece of him too, then bring it on.
Read: May 22-24, 2012
As I mentioned in the Existence review, Glines really likes throwing readers into the story without properly setting up scene. It was difficult to get used to the first time and I was not at all surprised she did it to us again.
Now for clarification I have not read any of her other stuff other than this trilogy, so if she has fixed this issue in her other stories, that is good to know. It really is off-putting.
Anyway, I love Dankmar so much in this book. Readers really are introduced to a bigger picture with the alternating point-of-views between Pagan and Dankmar. That is actually something I was really excited about in this sequel and Glines pulled it off so well.
Eagerly awaiting September 🙂