Love story gets complicated!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌏🌍
Character development: 👨🏻👱🏻♀️🧔🏻👩🏻
The heroine: Pagan – she was supposed to die, but Death spared her and it caused all kinds of complications.
The Hero(es): Dank – He is death and is in love with Pagan. However, he isn’t the only one.
The Story: Dank is back as the rockstar and student at Pagan’s school. However, her boyfriend Leif becomes a problem. Leif is the son of a voodoo god, Ged or something like that. Pagan was promised to him when they were children because Pagan had leukemia and was about to die and her mother made a deal with a voodoo priestess.
I liked the story but the triangle was pretty hard to like. In the last book I felt bad for Leif because Pagan kept dating him and using him for comfort even though she didn’t really have romantic feelings for him and had been yearning for Dank the whole time.
This book was even worse. I felt even more sorry for Leif even though he had no soul and was the son of an evil entity. Because Pagan had constant flashbacks to when she was young and Leif would show up and save her or bring her presents or just appear in her life at important times. It was easy to see he had always thought she was his and put a lot of effort into being in her life, then Dank comes in at the last minute and sweeps her off her feet.
Like the last book, I really couldn’t stand the narration. Again, the narrator Ashley Litz has an ok voice for the heroine, Pagan and the guys, but her voices for other girls (Miranda and G) actually hurt my ears. They were high and extremely screeching, absolutely grating. My migraine will prevent me from going further in this series.
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