The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: ☺️😟😍😉
The heroine: Rosie Herpin – Rosie is an intelligent woman with three college degree’s who works as a ghost hunter. She goes into potentially haunted homes to find proof of supernatural events and find ways to remove them from the home if possible. She was married years before until her husband whom she loved, killed himself.
The Hero(s): Devlin de Vincent (a.k.a. the devil) – He lost his mother when he was young and recently lost his father. He is the eldest son of a very powerful family that has a lot of mystery and rumors surrounding them, including the fact that their family home is haunted.
The Story: Rosie meets Devlin in the local graveyard and he is immediately wary of her. She is just being nice, but he doesn’t believe her. When it comes out that she was friendly with a local reporter that had been trying to get dirt on the de Vincents, Dev trusts her even less.
It seems like so much happens in a very short time period which connects Rosie to Devlin in various ways and it all makes him more wary of her, but he also notices how beautiful she is and the sexual tension between them is off the charts. Rosie is smart, snarky and never fails to speak her mind when it comes to Dev. She is a great character.
The narration was done by Joe Arden and Jill Redfield. I absolutely love the way Joe Arden says certain things in such a sarcastic, deadpan and laid back way that makes them sound so real and authentic. I wasn’t too fond of Jill Redfield though there isn’t really anything I can point to about her narration that I didn’t like. So I think maybe she just reminds me of someone I don’t like or something like that.
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