- File Size: 4116 KB
- Print Length: 309 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Grim Writer Press; first edition (May 3, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 3, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F6ET3ZW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #662,303 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Reaping Fate (Reaping Havoc Book 2) Kindle Edition
"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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There's the eclectic coterie of secondary characters who are expanded upon and help set off the MCs and make the book even better with their presence. Even the antagonist is interesting, and totally unlikeable. I'm in love with Katherine, the Overseer of Mitch and Nate's reaping duties, tough but fair, she also likes a loophole - don't we all. Wes is such a wonderful friend to Nate and has now embraced Mitch after their rocky start. Troy, another friend, gets a bit more page time and I think he's up for an Oscar after one particular performance. Mitch's dad, Charlie, is his usual unassuming and charming self. The new Reaper in Caperville, Sebastian, who filled in while Mitch and Nate had their reaping lay-off, and his human husband, Richard, are a wonderful addition to the series. Then there's Sadie, Mitch's older dog. Aww, lovely, gentle Sadie... I was so worried for a while.
If you like well written different in your gay romance reading, set within a contemporary paranormal world, one with suspense and love and depth, one that has expanded on the original world building, made the characters pop even more, I can't recommend this series enough. It starts here Reaping Havoc.
I don't have enough superlatives for Reaping Fate but a blog review will follow where I'll try to find them.
Reaping Fate is book 2 in the Reaping Havoc series and like in the first book darkness and humor are well balanced, resulting in a very enjoyable read. It was really interesting to watch Mitch and Nate balancing real life and Reaper duties.
It's been almost a year since Mitch and Nate became reapers and they seem to have found their footing. They don't interfere with each other's reaps, they play by the book and their 300 years together have only just started. But when a reap that Mitch thought was a murder victim turns out to be one of the many victims of a serial killer, lines get blurred and Nate's sense of justice demands of him to put an end to the killings. Ignoring Mitch's warnings and the very real danger of their contract being cancelled, Nate won't rest until the killer is brought to justice. The killer however isn't oblivious to Nate's actions and when the tables are turned Nate and Mitch aren't the only ones facing danger.
Reaping Fate is a very interesting read. There's a lot of humour especially in the beginning which adds a much needed lightness, since even if it's not a truly dark story, dealing with a vicious killer isn't exactly a walk in the park. But what makes it stand out is the not-quite-whodunit plot but more of a how-on-earth-do-we-put-a-stop-to-it twist, which held my attention and was really refreshing. As was Sebastian, the experienced reaper who covered the area when Mitch was relieved of his reaper status 6 years earlier, and his mortal husband Richard who were a great addition to the cast. I would have liked more of Charles, Mitch's father, who even though he is present here, he feels less involved than in the first book where he was one of my favourites. This second book is also a bit more steamy which helped to offset the inevitable tense moments between Nate and Mitch.
If you like paranormal and crime stories this is a book for you. Despite my preference for more angst and darkness, I found it a fun, intriguing, well written story with an undoubtedly perfectly matched couple, so go ahead and read it – you won’t be disappointed!
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