Grave Reaper Series
by Everlyn C Thompson
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Pub Date 10 Apr 2023 | Archive Date 31 Mar 2023
When self-professed hermit Theodora Edwards is attacked by a dark fae and infected with his magic, she finds herself thrust into the supernatural spotlight as the first possible changeling in centuries. As if surviving the transition isn’t hard enough, Theo has to deal with an attempted abduction by her newly turned vampire ex-husband, unwanted courting offers from salacious fae suitors, and her growing attraction to the guardian of the gate to Fairie.
Caught in a cruel tug of war between the queen of the fae and a surly law-enforcement agent, Theo must find a way to free herself before she loses her hard-earned independence for good.
A Note From the Publisher
Dark Urban Fantasy
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 7 members
Fae, vampires, shifters, and cake! A lot of potential but fizzles to an awkward and unsatisfying end that just sort of unravels and we aren't sure what happened or why - abusive turn that made no point and that could have gone differently.
A big thank you to NetGalley and Wild Rose Press for the eARC. I am voluntarily reviewing this book. I believe that this is the start of a new series. I found it interesting. I really liked Theo. I did find the ending a bit odd. Overall a good read. 3.5 stars
I thought this book sounded right where I love my books to be, urban fantasy, and I eagerly started it. First off, I love that Theo is not your average female main character. She doesn’t have a perfect figure, and she is mostly a hermit. Although, to be honest, she mentions that she is not perfect quite a few times, and that became a tad annoying. Also, most of the book took place in her cabin, and that also was a little distracting, but these two things weren’t a deal breaker. Add in some interesting characters and an intriguing plot, and this was a very good read. I’m looking forward to the next one. Recommend. I was provided a complimentary copy which I voluntarily reviewed.