Monday, October 28, 2013

Death Dealer by Ashley Robertson

A unique idea in paranormal romance


A Death Angel Novella—Book 1Death: a word Mia Baron was all too familiar with since the murder of her parents when she was a young girl. Her drive for vengeance was the reason she became a Death Dealer—a soul guide through the spirit realm—signing her life away in her own blood. Pain forged a concrete wall around her heart and no one or nothing would ever penetrate it…until she got what she desired most—revenge.
Deacon Gage craves justice for his own horrific tragedy that forced him into the same life Mia chose, with the same promise of vengeance dangling just out of reach. His expert training makes him an Elite—one of the few Death Dealers to ever achieve such a status—and no one can shift his focus from the blood he seeks.
But when the two are partnered for yet another job and a heart-shattering case rips open Mia’s heart, Deacon realizes he’s the only one who can save her…at a price that might be too much to pay: opening his heart to her. The clock is ticking and her life hangs on the balance of whether he can truly let go or will hold onto his desire for blood.
Death Dealer

Available: June 30, 2013
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My Review: 4 Hearts


I have never read anything by Ms Robertson before, but I know I will continue to look forward to her stories. I was given this e-book novella to review as part of a street team, and I was truly impressed. In the world of paranormal, I am frankly getting burned out by vampires, etc. Wow, was I surprised by something different for a change.
Mia Baron becomes a Death Angel after the murders of her parents. It is her job to escort the just departed to the dark...or to the light. She sometimes works with elite Death Angel Deacon Gage. Deacon has a reason to seek revenge also. Escorting a new soul to their final place isn't always a walk in the park. 
This story will having you wonder about life, death, morality, etc. And it is a refreshing change in the paranormal reading market. The story is well paced and exciting. Well done, Ashley!



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