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(Deadside Reapers – Book 4)
by Debbie Cassidy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Slow Burn, Urban Fantasy RH, ARC
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Book 4 brings more challenges, a few answers and even more heat to the table. Incredibly exciting, and free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
It’s all smoke and mirrors until someone breaks the glass.
It’ll be the wedding of the century, an alliance bringing peace to the Underealm, but if Lilith recognizes who I am, it could be the end of me. Thank goodness for Cora and her plan –smoke and mirrors and deception. Let’s hope it works, otherwise, if the journey doesn’t kill me, Lilith will.
A kickass Urban Fantasy with a why choose romance. Vampires, ghosts, angels, and demons. Perfect for readers who enjoy forbidden romance, enemies to lovers or friends to lovers.
Thoughts on Reaper Unveiled
There is enough in this book to keep a fan squealing from page one to that final, brutal cliffhanger…. and yes, there IS a cliffhanger, and it hurts. But it’s also one of those that will bring the previous drama into the fore and MAKE it have to be addressed next, so that’s good. I won’t spoil it for you, but I WILL say that this Loup thing needs to be handled….
Alright, but to the main portion of the text. Wow. Just wow. There is a point in ALL Debbie Cassidy books where the multiple plot lines start to coalesce and merge, creating the full picture, that up to that point, might have seemed murky. Such is the case here. We’ve got Lilith in one corner, the Loups in another, Cora at the ready, a wedding in the making, a war on the horizon, prophecies to navigate, missing items, curses, vampires, over worked Reapers… it’s enough to boggle the readers mind – and it’s all coming together and starting to make sense. There is still much more to work through, and the final romantic dynamic is not clear, but pieces are moving and the action is picking up.
Oh, and Az? *SQUEE*…. that is my particular fan girl moment. He is not in this installment much, but when he is? Hot dang…. he’s worth the cameo. Yum.
*I received an ARC of this book and am thrilled to share my honest opinion*
First Person, Multiple POV
Final? I don’t have a bloody clue. Right this very second, confirmed? MMF
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Reaper Unveiled
The Queen of multiple plot lines and offering us books that truly are many books in one… Debbie Cassidy has crafted yet another world that is easy to sink your teeth into. Fast, action packed and steamy, book 4 brings the story to greater clarity – though some confusion remains. Honestly, that was the only reason this wasn’t a full 5 star for me, but I have a feeling the next one probably will be. Cassidy is like that.
Published July 21st, 2020
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