The steamy and dramatic sequel to the Best Selling Reaper’s Claim by Simone Elise.
After the events of the first book Abby has joined her half sister’s gang Hellbound. Can Reaper claim her back?
This life gives you regrets on a silver platter. This life makes you colder, and there is a coldness in you now Abby, and I don’t like seeing it. It is what I was trying to protect you from. You always had an innocent heart, but something got inside and messed around with it, and I don’t like it. You can come back from this. Let me take all the bad from you, so you can go back to being you. Ain’t ever gonna stop trying to make you mine.
You have to lose yourself to really find yourself. You have to crawl through the dark times to understand and crave the light. And sometimes you need to lose the man you love to realize that what you had in the first place was in fact love. We had a history between us. But more importantly, we had love between us and time doesn’t affect love, or at least I hope it won’t affect our love. Right now I don’t belong anywhere, but I know that no matter what happens or where I am, my heart will always belong to him.
Being together might be dangerous, but outlaws are meant to break the rules.
“Reaper can claim me anytime. This book was completely addicting, the combination of love and danger was smoking hot. Book me a room at Satan’s Sons Clubhouse!” – Felicia T
“The story plot is perfection and if you love bad boys then your sure to love Reaper (Kade). Kade and Abby’s story is a must read for action, drama, and a love story. WARNING: this book can give you major feels!! ” – Kati C.
I had read this novel before it was separated into 2 parts; the story line relatively stayed the same apart from the large chunk of plot that was added.
I enjoyed how Elise developed Abby’s character further along with some of the others and I thought it flowed well with what had previously happened as opposed to throwing her into something out of left field. I also enjoyed the new character, Daniels, and his and Abby’s ‘relationship’ – it definitely proved for some suspenseful moments.
The new plot addition was definitely seamless and flowed well while adding more dramatics and dynamic to Abby and Reapers love story; it also gave us a glimpse into Reaper’s softer side which I loved. I also really liked how Elise kept the story in tact and didn’t remove much if any of the original version of the story, simply added in some more depth to the independent, strong-willed, bad ass Abby.
I am very much looking forward to the next installment after the frustrating in the best way cliff hanger we’re left with in Reaper’s Rival.
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