Friday, September 18, 2015

The Resurrection of Sam Sloane by Erin Quinn [Review]

 The Resurrection of Sam Sloan by Erin Quinn
The Resurrection of Sam Sloane (Beyond #2.5) by Erin Quinn
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: July 5, 2014

1. The Five Deaths of Roxanne Love
1.5. The Forbidden Life of Alex Moore
2. The Three Fates of Ryan Love
2.5. The Resurrection of Sam Sloane - Kindle
3. The Seven Sins of Ruby Love

Erin Quinn
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
When a reaper is trapped in Maggie’s estranged husband’s body, she knows only that the man with her husband’s eyes feels like a stranger . . . a compelling, seductive stranger who touches her in ways her treacherous husband never could. She wants to trust him, but what about the ghost who haunts their home, implicating him in a gruesome murder . . . .
Thoughts on The Resurrection of Sam Sloane: Good GRAVY, I liked this one. There was a fair amount of story packed into this novella and it made me want to pick up the longer books in this series and immerse myself in the world. Because it's dark and creepy and fun.

I loved the slow acclimation of the reaper into Sam's body. I would guess going from a bodiless individual... or not even an individual, I guess, since he was just a lowly reaper before all this someone with people to protect and all those messy emotions to deal with would be tough. The reaper managed it admirably. Bonus, he got the babe.

Sure, it took a while for him to get to the getting, but he got there eventually.

As for Maggie, she had a rough couple of months before Sam's resurrection. Yet she held it together as best she could and she tried to hold their family together as best she could.

Highly enjoyable and I'm still eyeballing the books I missed.

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