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- Print Length: 200 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (August 28, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 28, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0147D7CMY
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For Zavier, touching Ryan unlocks the history of his human life--the one he sacrificed when he made a pact with a demon to save the life of his dying lover, Ryan. Fifty years have passed since Zavier's contract came due and he entered Hell's ranks, but how could his new client Ryan have opened Zavier's locked memories? Zavier begins to investigate his own contract, with the help of a guardian angel and a lesser demon with mad computer skillz. The answers are as infuriating as they are shocking, and Zavier is torn between his demon duty and his love once lost.
I thoroughly enjoyed this romance. Do not be looking for lots and lots of steamy sex--there is a bit of physicality near the end, but it's a small part of this bittersweet story. The story is told from Ryan and Zavier's points of view, so we really get to see their insights, throughout. The descriptions of Hell are interesting and compelling--I definitely enjoyed the "corporate structure" and how the demons and angels jetted about with a touch of a cell phone.
The star-crossed love between Ryan and Zavier is allowed to develop in a new realm--with Ryan being a more equal partner in love than the man Zavier sacrificed his mortality for all those decades ago. Still, things happen fast. Zavier's boss is frustrated by his slip-shod efforts at signing new souls, and collecting souls come due. I adored Zavier's sense of morality--he's the anti-demon, all conscience and no avarice. His best friend is an angel, for goodness sake!
As Zavier works to protect Ryan from his own selflessness, Zavier makes the same mistake he did when he was human--and his keen protectiveness nearly ruins the tenuous love they are building, now. The end is nothing short of a miracle, but what can one expect when the angels hear your prayers. I know there are more books in this series planned, and I'm eagerly expecting Adrian (the guardian angel)'s story. I want that guy to find love again.
I liked this book enough. I won’t say it was all that intriguing or anything I went raving to my friends for. Ryan is a very likable guy dealing with the worst thing he can imagine. His sister dying within the year. His friend, who I found pretty damn interesting but he played a small role in this book, tells Ryan that he can summon a demon and make a deal. With his back against the wall he does it. But the demon is hesitant to make the deal and claims to be his lover from another life. I’ll admit reincarnation isn’t really my thing but this had the demon twist so I’d say I liked it more than I normally might. I did think Ryan and Zavier had an insta attraction with some understandable insta love on Zavier’s side given he remembers his former life. Insta love isn’t really my thing either! It worked the more you got to know about their history together. I liked that Ryan demanded Zavier accept he’s not his former lover. He’s his own man.
The best part of this book for me was the demon politics. Demons are bad guys. In this story the demons are run like a cooperation. Everyone has their job and there’s checks and balances. Paperwork. Quotas to be met and people looking over your shoulder. The thing with this cooperation is that you don’t get fired. You get sent to hell for torture.
If you like demons you might want to check this one out. Be prepared for the insta love and lust. Professions of love and devotion pretty early in the book. The baddies are bad in that they imply evil doings we don’t ever see on page. So it’s a pretty tame paranormal romance where things go pretty much how you think they will. Not bad but not great either.