The promise of peace in Limbo City is threatened once again, but this time the terrorists have a more specific target in mind: Lana Harvey. The up and coming reaper thought passing her classes at the Reaper Academy was going to be her biggest challenge, but when a rebel demon sends her apartment up in flames, she realizes that her victories from the previous year haven't gone so unnoticed after all....
To make matters worse, the Afterlife Council has taken notice of Lana too. The Egyptian god Horus is blackmailing her into joining the Posy Unit so she can do an illegal side job for him, and Cindy Morningstar, Lucifer's daughter, insists that she take a two week training course with the devilishly tempting Beelzebub - much to her angelic boyfriend's chagrin.
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I enjoy the original world created and the characters. love her sense of humor. blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. I don't always have a lot to say in a review
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I enjoyed this better because more of the deities were familiar. So many deities were unfamiliar in book one. That detracted from my enjoyment in the first book. The little nuances of deity background is important. This time that is not an issue.
Our girl Lana still kinda of slutty, but some girls are. FYI (NOT me). She still has her group of BFFs and there is some cross species romance relationships. This is a change from book one, where Reapers were not considered citizens. There is action, mild intrigue, and the snappy dialogue we come to expect. If you enjoyed the first book then you will enjoy this one. Please read the first one before this one. The summary is straight forward and on point. Enjoy!
As with the first book, I really enjoyed this second installation. The world the author creates is new and exciting. It is one that I can accept and draws me in. The characters are multidimensional. I liked the interactions as well as the crisis. I loved the comedy and sarcasm at every turn. I recommend it.
Pretty good! Not award winning writing but the book is very entertaining and the universe the author creates is very interesting.
If you like the first you will like the 2nd. The narrator does a great job. Only real complaint are the sex scenes, way too much for an already short story. Lana's on spring break in limbo or something.......
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