Friday, September 6, 2013

Ashley Stoyanoff's Review: Deidre's Death by Lizzy Ford.

~Deidre's Death by Lizzy Ford

Title: Deidre's Death (#2, Rhyn Eternal)
Author: Lizzy Ford
Number of Pages: 157
Publication Info: Guerrilla Wordfare (Jun 2013)Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Fantasy
Shelf: Books I BoughtRating: ★★★

Goodreads: Here
Authors Website: Here

~Summary from Goodreads~

Two women caught in a struggle between Death and the Dark One …

Gabriel – Death – is winning the ground war against demons in the mortal realm. But a rebellion is brewing among his army of grim reapers in the underworld he still can’t access. Worse, just when he thinks he knows where his heart belongs, he discovers there are two Deidres: the human he started to fall in love with and the deity whose love-hate relationship with him spanned hundreds of thousands of years. What he doesn’t know: the two Deidres made a deal that will send one of their souls to the underworld by the end of the week.

Deity-Deidre expects nothing but smooth sailing in her future. Until the Dark One strips her powers on her way out of Hell, leaving her a vulnerable human, reeling under the influence of human emotions, which deities do not possess. The deal she made with human-Deidre suddenly seems impossible to win. For the first time in her existence, she understands what Gabriel felt at her mercy for the eons they were together. She doesn’t know how to win the trust of the man she’s always loved – or even if she can.

~My Review~

Loved this book!

Lizzy Ford’s books are seriously addictive and this one is no different than the rest.  Like each of her books that I’ve read, I picked this one up and couldn’t put it down.  Absolutely fantastic!

Deidre’s Death picked up right where Gabriel’s Hope left off.  After making a deal that will cost one of them their soul, Deidre is stuck in Hell while past-Death goes off to find Gabriel.  Once she’s with him though, past-Death realizes that being human is not as easy as it looks, and winning Gabriel’s heart is even harder.  The big question is, who will win the deal and who will lose their soul?

I wasn’t really sure what to think going into this book.  I liked past-Death in the Rhyn Trilogy, but I didn’t love her.  She was crazy selfish, and I hated how she treated Gabe.  But the funny thing is, by the end of this book, I found myself really hoping that past-Death and Gabe would get their HEA.   Of course there was a crazy cliffhanger at the end, but since Lizzy’s books usually end that way, I was prepared for it.

In the end, Deidre’s Death was just as absorbing as the last book in this series, and I would definitely recommend it!

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