Everything and everyone has an expiration date, including Gwen Sparks. When Dorian, the Angel of Death, saved her, he did more than bend the rules: he shattered them.
When Gwen's memories are stolen, the balance of life and death shifts, and magic goes on the fritz. Dorian realizes that even the angel of Death must face consequences for his mistakes. Everything and everyone has an expiration date, and time is running out for Gwen. If they don't find a solution, Gwen's borrowed time will come to an end, and Dorian will lose the woman he risked everything for.
Both will have to make a life-changing decision. Dorian's choice will result in either altering his very existence or losing Gwen forever. Gwen will risk everything to right Dorian's wrong, and her decision may just result in her death.
This book includes an Aiden Blake short story. You've heard Gwen's side. Now hear his.
Due to sexual content and language, this book is intended for listeners 18 and older.
©2014 Stephanie Nelson (P)2015 Stephanie Nelson
This book was a big disappointment to us. I would not even give this 1 star I would have returned it but was unable to. When a book starts out with sex instead of a story line it cannot get a good review. We did not even get past the first 1/2 hour before ending it and trying to return it.
Each book brings more complexity to the story. The characters are constantly evolving and changing. I can't wait to read the next book.
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I loved the first two books. So I was extremely disappointed with this book. For seven hours and 41 minutes Gwen whines because she has no memory and is second guessing every one she encounters. Dorian spends his time declaring he does not regret putting Gwen's soul back and will do it again, he cannot live without her, and he does not care that he will/could lose his powers. There is more action hiding Gwen from the NAWC by moving Gwen and company between Aiden's and her apartment. The only fight is when Dorian beats up an assassin sent to kill Gwen. Ironically, that is the event which precipitates this story.
Aiden is only given a cameo appearance and he only says my favorite phase, my Gwen, maybe three times. God I love his voice. They make a joke of the binding between a vampire and a lover. The bind between Gwen and Aiden is as cohesive as oil and water. It seems Stephanie threw Aiden in at the last minute when she realized she left out the verbal banter between Aiden and Dorian.
Come on Gwen needs to grow up about her love issues. Ok so there were lineage issues with the werewolf and granted Aiden was a prick. When both of those men where in book one she was ready to have an organism when she was with either one. Now Dorian can get her hot from across the room.
I am totally disappointed with this book. There is no witch, vampire, or werewolf action. This as a silly romance novel with a cameo of two vampires, a werewolf, two witches, the cat snowball gets a mention and there is an off stage voice of an NAWC agent.
Turn to the last few pages to the only game changer which might effect the next book. I am not going to invest in the next book. It has become to much of a romance book. I am a Aiden fan and Gwen has made Dorian her choice.
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