- File Size: 4906 KB
- Print Length: 510 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Spotted Horse Productions (March 10, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 10, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079S2RFHV
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,039 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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College was to be her escape. Working her butt off in a dive of a bar and saving tips for years will get her a degree that means no more slinging drinks. Her dream is now only a couple years away. Until she stumbles on something huge. An identity revealed topples more dominoes that lead to her being something besides boring vanilla human. There's a war going on that she never knew about but the sides are a lot different than what humans have been told. And her unusual art, among other things, is drawing unwanted attention.
I love Auryn's books. Her Wolf series, Ganer Girls and, especially, the Iliri series. Her individual (although she has teased us with turning it into a series, too) book One More Day is my go to book to feel better about the world. I think this series is going to be every bit as amazing as her others, maybe more so. Her characters have heart. They don't just trod across a page. They interact with you. Their stories stay with you. And every reread is a treasure hunt as you discover something you missed before. Sia goes from wanting to hide from the world to wanting to change it, to save it and the others. Her development tugs at you. The mythology woven in, the history hinted at, the amazing characters, all make this more than a fluff piece. This is a novel. This will be an amazing series and I'm excited to see where the next book leads us.
The world is not what we have been taught. Religion, Demons, Angels are not what humans think they are. If you are devout, this is NOT the book for you. The twist on Christianity will be offensive to you. For me, The Kiss of Death is a fantastically creative adventure. The characters; Sienna and her Legion, Nick, Sam, Luke, Bel are all fully developed and likable. Sienna's character can be a bit inconsistent. Fierce one moment, weak the next but it seems natural considering the circumstances. Her trust level swings back and forth too much for the situation she is facing, one minute she's all in the next, she won't take advice but again everything moves so quickly for her, I guess it's understandable. Nick is a great blend of strength and vulnerability; Sam is the perfect easy-going flirt; Luke takes warming up to but is a good guy, and Bel, the oversized teddy bear, is a fish out of water having been asleep for so long. There is the history of M/M, one kiss, and the promise of more to come in the future. The RH is unique in this book because Sienna (Sia) is only with Nick but it's established that the Legion is hers for when she is ready. It's an interesting dynamic all the way around.
The story itself was very entertaining. I loved the pace of the story; it escalates quickly. I thought it did lose momentum when the focus shifted too much to the paths but it would quickly get back on track with the return to the character's interactions. I love Nick and Sia together. It felt a little contrived at times to keep removing Nick so that Sia spent time with Luke and Sam. Overprotective Nick didn't seem like he would disappear for such lengths. I felt like there could have been a better way to connect Sam and Sia. Luke felt more natural. And Bel's inclusion was simply hysterical each step of the way.
The book leaves off at a good place and doesn't really leave the reader in a bad spot. There is still so much story to be told. I'm excited to see where book two takes us.