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Holly Dent is one overworked Reaper. After receiving orders from the Reaper's Guild, she's arrived in the beautiful Nocturne Falls for her next assignment - to assist the passing of one Max Hyland. She quickly realizes he's devilishly handsome, wickedly charming, and immortal. Immune to her magic, he has only one real power - not dying!

Careful with his heart, Max is resigned to remaining alone for all eternity - until the beautiful Reaper appears on his doorstep. Even though she's bent on helping him pass from this life to the next, he can't help wanting to learn more about her.

Torn between her growing affection for Max and completing her assignment, Holly calls upon her old mentor for help. However, as she and Max become closer, she learns that her former teacher has plans of his own, for taking the soul of an immortal gives a Reaper great power - enough to destroy the Guild once and for all. Holly and Max must find a way to defeat him, for, if they fail, Max's life is forfeit. Magic, intrigue, and romance ensue - when it comes to reaping the immortal....

©2017 Kristen Painter (P)2017 Kristen Painter

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  • JEAN
  • nederland, TX, United States
  • 11-25-17

short fast and one that really worked

i have been hard on these short stories from noctrune falls but this one filled in the blanks used the normal staff and was complete..... it was worth the time money and listen.. they all have been but this one was complete.

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A+++

A great story full of drama mystery action on a lot of romance Great book

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Not worthy of being part of Nocturne Falls Universe

This book was a snooze that seemed like hours of repetitious words from dull characters. The narrator saved the whole thing with his great voicing, especially of the male lead. I️ honestly questioned the entire time how he managed to even narrate the book without poking himself in the eye. Maybe he did... I️ listened the whole way through only because it was background noise on several short commutes. I️ am sorry to be so negative, but save your credits/money on this one.

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Reaping the Immortal

Very disappointed in the book. I can only describe it as a Harliquin Romance novel. Boring, repetitive and not like any of the other Nocturne Falls book, which I've read every book. I feel like I wasted a credit.

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Great addition to the NF series. Hope she will do more and weave in other NF characters in.

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really great book

love this book the only thing I didn't like is that its stated that Artemis is the goddesses of war which is very very wrong lol

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not bad

the biggest problem with this book is that the town and people we know and love where not a part of it. the biggest part of a eu to me is the meshing of the places and people. all the shorts and full books do that in a masterful way. still worth listening to.

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  • Deborah
  • Seattle, Wa, United States
  • 11-15-17

Cringe in Noctune falls

I love love love the world of Nocturn Falls Universe, but, this book made me question that love. cliche after cringeworthy cliche.

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Not quite as good as the main stories

All Nocturne Falls stories have a central conceit, in that 2 people meet and are irresistibly drawn to each other, then things happen, and the story doesn't resolve itself until the lovers admit their feelings and overcome whatever outside force that is threatening to ruin their happiness. Here, I feel this was "turned up to 11", and overdone.
I actually like this aspect of the series. Usually.
Then again, right now I a m loving the Jayne Frost series, and it has an entirely different flavor, since Jayne is stuck in her affections between 2 very different men.
Anyway, the 2 main characters being irresistibly drawn together felt annoying here.
Maybe too much of a good thing?

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Needed a bit more research...

Overall I enjoyed this audiobook. B. J. Harrison gave a fine performance as always. There was one issue with the story that I could not get past. The fact that Artemis is not the goddess of strength, but the goddess of hunting, the wilderness and wild animals. Overall I still recommend this book/audiobook.

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