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Previously published under the title The Witching HourEve Philips thought she could never love again After her husband died in a hit and run accident Eve poured her heart into her potions shop Witch's Brew and hasn't given any man a second glance―until Cian As soon as she locks eyes with him Eve knows she'll. 35 stars I liked it For some reason romances with a reaper as in Grim Reaper as a leading man appeal to me Taking that hook and making it a slam dunk isn't always a given but I liked the vulnerable reaper Cian who pays the price for refusing to do his duty and take the soul of the witch Eve she stirs long forgotten emotions and is so vibrant a soul that Cian just can't let her die It helps that Eve with a little godly help has had a chance to recover from the accident that took her husband's life and left her seriously injured before Cian begins his uest to make sure that the reaping he refused to do isn't finished by another reaper I liked how he tries to stay in the shadows but how Cianis drawn to meet Eve and how appealing off kilter he is in the dating department Even though the time period of the 'courting' part of the story is short I thought that there was enough of a relationship established between the pair outside of the strong physical attraction that the I love you's didn't feel rushed I also liked that Cian has a champion who takes Eve to task when she reacts badly to the discovering that Cian isn't the vamp that she thought him to beI am not sure where the larger story arc with various gods goddesses and other omniscient immortals pulling the strings is going to go But I did find the seuel bait reaper Frenzy to be intriguing and am looking forward to his story Le Triomphe de la République - 1871-1914 of the witch Eve she stirs long forgotten emotions and is so vibrant a soul that Cian just can't let her die It helps that Eve with a little godly help has had a chance to recover from the accident that took her husband's life and left her seriously injured before Cian begins his uest to make sure that the reaping he refused to do isn't finished by another reaper I liked how he tries to stay in the shadows but how Cianis drawn to meet Eve and how appealing La République radicale (1898-1914) off kilter he is in the dating department Even though the time period Caulaincourt : Diplomate de Napoléon of the 'courting' part Le colonel Mayer - De l'affaire Dreyfus à de Gaulle of the story is short I thought that there was enough Les Français sous le Second Empire of a relationship established between the pair Souvenirs : 1859-1871 outside 1812 : La campagne tragique de Napoléon en Russie of the strong physical attraction that the I love you's didn't feel rushed I also liked that Cian has a champion who takes Eve to task when she reacts badly to the discovering that Cian isn't the vamp that she thought him to beI am not sure where the larger story arc with various gods goddesses and Les Trois Cents Jours de Napoléon à l'île d'Elbe other Joséphine : vie de l'impératrice omniscient immortals pulling the strings is going to go But I did find the seuel bait reaper Frenzy to be intriguing and am looking forward to his story

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Never be the same Gorgeous and mysterious he incites a passion in her that she's never felt before And it's almost otherworldlyCian knows Eve is special the minute they lay eyes on each other He's a supernatural being with a dangerous duty and being seen is not part of the job description But when he meets th. My Initial ReactionI fell in love with Eve and Cian so easily and routed for their romance from the start I also loved the concept for Death’s Lover and look forward to reading the next book in the seriesThe CharactersThe characters in Death’s Lover were complex and incredibly easy to fall for The story is told from several perspectives which could be a bit jarring at times since the transitions between points of view weren’t always immediately clear But it was great to be able to see what was going on in their minds Eve is a witch who projects pretty powerfully I might add her emotions I got the sense that she once had better control perhaps before the death of her husband but as we get to know her she’s projecting all over the place I loved this aspect of her because it adds a layer of both honesty and vulnerability that’s so endearing You never doubted that what she felt was genuine And perhaps the best word to describe Eve genuine To a fault She’s the kind of woman who says what she’s thinking because why bother hiding it everyone can feel it anyway right She’s also clearly powerful though I really wish we’d gotten to understand her powers a bit better We see bits here and there but the only power I got to understand fully was her projection Eve is most powerful when with her sisters Tamryn and Celeste who are also witches Eve’s relationship with her sisters was a favorite element for me They are clearly very close they tease and nag each other they support each other they kick butt together Again I would have really loved to see their powers at a heightened level but I guess that’s what makes Death’s Lover a paranormal romance rather than an urban fantasy The sisters own a shop together where they sell their brews and other supplies to both the magical and human communityAnd then there’s Cian Sigh Who’d have thought the grim reaper could be so hot and so lovable Cian is a fey – in this world there are several castes of fey and he belongs to the caste that work as death or grim reapers basically He’s pretty haunted by the job he has and doesn’t have hope of love or happiness in life Just the duty of reaping souls He’s been around for a millenia so he has all these old mannerisms that are charming and an Irish accent to boot sigh I loved watching Cian battle his desire to protect Eve his sense of what he was and what that meant all alongside the fact that he was falling in love with herThe StoryDeath’s Lover was a great love story Marie does a wonderful job not only making us fall in love with the characters but wanting their love story to work Eve and Cian’s love is basically a forbidden love deep down and it’s made even complex by all the Cian know’s that Eve doesn’t He was the reaper that took her husband’s life and was supposed to take hers But he couldn’t And that doesn’t mean she’s safe All he wants to do is protect her but he’s falling for her – whom he cannot have – and she doesn’t even know who he really is I cheered them on grew anxious about Cian’s ability to save Eve and how Eve would react to the truth ifwhen she learned it It was a love story worth routing for And it got pretty fabulously steamy at moments but not before the tension has driven you gloriously crazy ;Death’s Lover also had the potential for a great fantasy world On that level it fell just a bit short for me – but I have high hopes for the next book We’re in an alternate version of Earth where humans and supernaturals live side by side maintaining an uncertain peace Eve lives in San Francisco one of the only places where supernaturals can live openly without too much fear There are mentions of a great war and throughout tensions about their fragile peace – between humans and perhaps even between supernaturals – but uite a bit is left very vague There’s also some moments in Fey lands that are pretty cool sometimes very graphic but again I wanted As Death’s Lover concludes however there’s a pretty big punch toward a much complex world than we’ve had a chance to grasp as of yet So I have serious hopes that the next book in the series will pick up where that left off And I’m also hoping to see the powers of Eve her sisters and Cian on greater displayConcluding SentimentsDeath’s Lover was a great love story with characters I loved cheering towards their HEA The world has all the makings of an incredible fantasy and I really hope to see it come to fruition as the series continuesThis book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content drug and alcohol use andor violenceI received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review Un train en hiver otherworldlyCian knows Eve is special the minute they lay eyes 1941 on each "Ma vie avec Louis XIV..." Version integrale. other He's a supernatural being with a dangerous duty and being seen is not part Des sauvages, ou Voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouage, (Éd.1603) of the job description But when he meets th. My Initial ReactionI fell in love with Eve and Cian so easily and routed for their romance from the start I also loved the concept for Death’s Lover and look forward to reading the next book in the seriesThe CharactersThe characters in Death’s Lover were complex and incredibly easy to fall for The story is told from several perspectives which could be a bit jarring at times since the transitions between points Petite Histoire de France: Vingt siècles d'Histoire illustrés de 60 lithographies et dessins des XIXe et XX siècles of view weren’t always immediately clear But it was great to be able to see what was going L'encyclopédie de la chanson française : Des années 40 à nos jours on in their minds Eve is a witch who projects pretty powerfully I might add her emotions I got the sense that she "Ma vie avec Louis XIV..." once had better control perhaps before the death L’histoire de France: Chronologie - De Vercingétorix à la Ve République (Petit guide t. 1) of her husband but as we get to know her she’s projecting all Histoire de la cuisine et de la gastronomie françaises (TEMPUS) over the place I loved this aspect Dictionnaire historique des rues de Paris (complet en deux volumes et un supplément) of her because it adds a layer Histoire et dictionnaire de la Révolution française : 1789-1799 of both honesty and vulnerability that’s so endearing You never doubted that what she felt was genuine And perhaps the best word to describe Eve genuine To a fault She’s the kind HISTOIRE DE PARIS (GISSEROT HISTOIRE) of woman who says what she’s thinking because why bother hiding it everyone can feel it anyway right She’s also clearly powerful though I really wish we’d gotten to understand her powers a bit better We see bits here and there but the Grandes dates de l'Histoire de France: Chronologie (Petit guide t. 280) only power I got to understand fully was her projection Eve is most powerful when with her sisters Tamryn and Celeste who are also witches Eve’s relationship with her sisters was a favorite element for me They are clearly very close they tease and nag each Les rois de France: La monarchie de Hugues Capet à Louis XVI 987 à 1792 - Chronologie (Petit guide t. 38) other they support each Sénat sous la IIIe République (Le) (HISTOIRE) other they kick butt together Again I would have really loved to see their powers at a heightened level but I guess that’s what makes Death’s Lover a paranormal romance rather than an urban fantasy The sisters Catacombes. Histoire du Paris souterrain (LA PETITE COLLE) own a shop together where they sell their brews and "Ma vie avec Louis XIV..." T2 other supplies to both the magical and human communityAnd then there’s Cian Sigh Who’d have thought the grim reaper could be so hot and so lovable Cian is a fey – in this world there are several castes SS Français: Récits, lettres et témoignages inédits de la SS Charlemagne of fey and he belongs to the caste that work as death Le Second Empire: « Que sais-je ? » n° 739 or grim reapers basically He’s pretty haunted by the job he has and doesn’t have hope Guide du prospecteur et du chercheur de trésor : Ou l'art de découvrir les fortunes enfouies of love Un homme, une voix ? Histoire du suffrage universel or happiness in life Just the duty Farewell. Conséquences géopolitiques d'une grande opération d'espionnage (Histoire) of reaping souls He’s been around for a millenia so he has all these Guide historique du Paris libertin old mannerisms that are charming and an Irish accent to boot sigh I loved watching Cian battle his desire to protect Eve his sense Manuel du politiquement correct of what he was and what that meant all alongside the fact that he was falling in love with herThe StoryDeath’s Lover was a great love story Marie does a wonderful job not Histoire de Rouen only making us fall in love with the characters but wanting their love story to work Eve and Cian’s love is basically a forbidden love deep down and it’s made even complex by all the Cian know’s that Eve doesn’t He was the reaper that took her husband’s life and was supposed to take hers But he couldn’t And that doesn’t mean she’s safe All he wants to do is protect her but he’s falling for her – whom he cannot have – and she doesn’t even know who he really is I cheered them Le guide du pèlerin : Codex de Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle attribué à Aymeri Picaud (XIIe siècle) on grew anxious about Cian’s ability to save Eve and how Eve would react to the truth ifwhen she learned it It was a love story worth routing for And it got pretty fabulously steamy at moments but not before the tension has driven you gloriously crazy ;Death’s Lover also had the potential for a great fantasy world On that level it fell just a bit short for me – but I have high hopes for the next book We’re in an alternate version L'âme des lieux - la revue - numéro 2 (02) of Earth where humans and supernaturals live side by side maintaining an uncertain peace Eve lives in San Francisco HISTOIRE DE LA FRANCE. : Des origines à nos jours one Les premiers hommes du Sud-Ouest : Préhistoire dans le Pays Basque, le Béarn, les Landes of the Histoire de France: Premium Ebook only places where supernaturals can live Les Vêtements de la Liberté : Abécédaire des Pratiques Vestimentaires Françaises de 1780 à 1800 openly without too much fear There are mentions Dictionnaire amoureux de Paris (DICT AMOUREUX) of a great war and throughout tensions about their fragile peace – between humans and perhaps even between supernaturals – but uite a bit is left very vague There’s also some moments in Fey lands that are pretty cool sometimes very graphic but again I wanted As Death’s Lover concludes however there’s a pretty big punch toward a much complex world than we’ve had a chance to grasp as L'âme des lieux - la revue - numéro 4 (04) of yet So I have serious hopes that the next book in the series will pick up where that left Dictionnaire amoureux des reines off And I’m also hoping to see the powers Je me souviens du canal Saint-Martin of Eve her sisters and Cian Gastronomie française : Histoire et géographie d'une passion (Nouvelles Etudes Historiques) on greater displayConcluding SentimentsDeath’s Lover was a great love story with characters I loved cheering towards their HEA The world has all the makings Dictionnaire amoureux de la liberté (DICT AMOUREUX) of an incredible fantasy and I really hope to see it come to fruition as the series continuesThis book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years Jardins et Châteaux : De la Côte d'Azur of age due to its use La Révolution française : dictionnaire biographique of sexual content drug and alcohol use andor violenceI received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my La Restauration. 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E kind beautiful Eve all the rules go out the window Now that his superiors have gotten wind of it he has a wicked enemy on his tail Yet all he cares about is Eve loving her protecting her―and finding the right time to tell her his dark and terrible secret a secret that threatens both of their lives90000 wor. 35 Death Stars Marie Hall is an amazing writer and story teller I love her Kingdom series and when I saw the cover and read the blurb for Death's Lover I was interested A Grim Reaper Death as a leading man sounded appealing Death's Lover is book one in Marie Hall's The Eternal Lovers seriesI enjoyed this story but not as much as I wanted too I had a hard time getting into the storyplot at first but once things settled down the book took off Marie brings to us a verity of creatures in Death's Lover but our main focus is the Grim Reapers and their future Eve is a witch who projects powerful magic emotions She seams to have no control over projecting her emotions all over the place but I got the impression that before her husband died she had control With this aspect we see a vulnerability to Eve we might not have seen We also see that she is very powerful but the author does not give us much on this It would have be nice to have a better understanding of her powers We see bits and pieces but only her projection power is understood Cian is Death the Grim Reaper but he is not the only Grim Reaper He's haunted by his job numb to feelings and feels he will never love He's been around for a very long time so some of his old speak seeps in with a little Irish accent Sigh Who doesn't like an accent Once he lays eyes on Eve things start to change and when he has to take her soul well something happens to change him The story is told from several perspectives The transition between points of view where not always immediately clear but it was nice to see what was going on in everyone's mind At the start of the book Eve is married and completely in love but something happens to change all this Cian and Eve are both complex characters Eve's emotions are very real and at times heartbreaking Cian battles with himself his desire to protect Eve and the love growing Both characters emotions and struggles come across to the reader With the romance Ms Hall does a great job building up to those moments in the book We feel the heat just before an all consuming kiss At the end I really felt for Cian and his plight The fae especially the Grim Reapers are hated it's not fully explained why and somethings are said between Eve and Cian that hurts his feelings I wanted to smack Eve at that moment when things where revealed and all she could do was the poor me routine As for the ending it wasn't the best All and all Death's Lover is a good read For some reason it did not give me that great Ah moment or fulfillment that I usually get from Ms Hall but I am interested to see where the plot is going in The Eternal Lovers seriesThis book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content drug and alcohol use andor violence