Sunday, 16 November 2014

Review: Death Times Two by C.J. Ellisson

Death Times Two (The V V Inn, #3.5)Death Times Two by C.J. Ellisson
Bex's rating: 4 of 5 stars

A thoroughly entertaining and engrossing paranormal romantic read, Death Times Two maintained my interest and left me keen to continue with this series.

The characters were fun and hot. Immediately, the author drew me in be giving them qualities that were not cliche. This ensured that I happily read the narrative, interested to see how the story unfolded. I especially enjoyed following the relationship development between the two main characters.

I haven't read any of the previous books in this series and was able to successfully read this as a standalone.

Death Times Two (The V V Inn #3.5)

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The V V Inn has a ghost problem. When the lurking specters draw the attention of Constantine, head of Grim Reaper Services, he calls in the only local who can return the remote resort to its former tranquility, Lisa Carron—resident Alaskan reaper.

Still new to the death gig, Lisa accepts the job. After all, how much trouble could one ghost be? Once at the hotel, she learns that not only is the inn full of the dearly departed, she’ll also be working for vampires. Throw in Asa, a young vamp hot enough to melt the Arctic ice, and Lisa realizes she’s way out of her element.

Asa didn’t know what to expect when told a reaper would be working on the property, but Lisa certainly wasn’t it. Blond and curvy, she’s very easy on the eyes. Tasked with helping her, Asa soon realizes that not only can she provide the dead a peaceful passing, but offer him solace in a way no other woman can.

*Originally published in Paranormal Nights Vol. 1*

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