Lissa's Review: The Reaper's Sacrifice (Deathmark #2) by Abigail Baker
Publisher: Entangled Select Otherworld
Released: June 27th 2016
Genre: Paranormal, Romance, Urban Fantasy
Length: 327 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback
It’s been two years since I tried to overthrow Death... Now, all I have to show for it is a life in exile without my lover and personal Grim Reaper, Brent Hume. He bargained his soul for my safety. If I could get him back, I would, but I don't have the first idea how. So I live for the night when Reaper’s bring nightmares to the living—and Brent visits me in mine. Doesn’t make for a good night’s sleep, but I’ll take what little of him I can get. When Death comes calling, sending me into an old foe’s camp as a spy, my inner rebel awakens once more. If I play my cards right, I might improve upon my growing Master Scrivener powers and finally free Brent so that we can be together for good. I know he’ll do anything to keep me safe—even if it means I’ll never see him again. And that scares the Hell out of me.
Four Boundless Stars
I read, The Reapers Kiss and I really did love the story. So when The Reapers Sacrifice came around. I was really excited for it and couldn’t wait to jump into this world gain.
It’s been two years since Ollie and Brent have been together. Still under Marin’s rule. Some things start to go down in the little place she calls home currently. And she is forced to meet with a man with not such a great reputation. But all she wants is Brent. She wants the man she loves back. Although, Brent continuously tells her she needs to move on from him. But Ollie is a stubborn girl and not one to back down.
Ollie learns more from the man with the not so great reputation. But the game changes. She starts to realize what she is and what her capabilities are.
Though, I did enjoy this. It just seemed to falter a little. I was a bit bored during some parts and I had to struggle a little to finish. Baker really created this world and it still sits deep in my heart. The writing is well done and the characters grow throughout this story. There is always that element of evil and danger. Ollie really is a fighter.
Overall, I give this book a four. I really did enjoy this and was glad I was able to see the story continue.