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This book was quite the pleasant read with lots of little surprises in a supernatural world. It captivated me from the very first chapter and held me through to the end. The only reason this book gets 4 stars rather than 5 is that I felt the beginning and middle were much, much stronger than the end. To be honest, I didn’t like the last three chapters. I felt this awesome story fell short an equally awesome ending (or until next book). However, even in saying that, I’ll read book two. While the characters weren’t of the human variety, they were very relatable and very likable. Honestly, there isn’t one I can say a bad thing about, including the progression of their story.
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Seraphina Pearce doesn’t know what’s more frustrating: her magic’s affinity for death, her best friend’s transformation into an albino Sin Eater, or that simply touching a guy she loves means someone’s headed to the morgue.
After a sin-eating job goes awry, she casts a risky spell and butts heads with a handsome stranger in order to win an infamous grimoire.
Marceau L’Argent is the last person she should confide in because the occult cat burglar has a mysterious past, and he’s made it no secret he also wants the grimoire. He recognizes her dark magic and offers his unique help as a rare curse breaker. If all that weren’t enough, Marceau causes butterflies in her stomach—a feeling she’d long thought dead. Seraphina was only trying to break her curse—not piss off Death himself.