Death, and the Girl He Loves review by schosgej
Death and the Girl He Loves
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Paranormal
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Age at time of review - 17
Reviewer's Location - Painted Post, New York, United States
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In the Bedford Fields Academy, a boarding school for the unruly children of the rich, trouble is brewing. Lorelei McAlister is a teenage girl separated from her entire family and all she has ever known. After traveling halfway across the country in attempt to flee the danger brewing in her home town, Lorelei finds out that someone is hunting her for what she has inside her. Lorelei must face the immediate danger only to turn around and save the world from its imminent demise. Thankfully this teenage profit has the help of her boyfriend (the Angel of Death), a half-angel best friend, and a group of other fierce friends. Will they succeed...or will the world meet its end?

Opinion: 

Jones delivers yet another stunning read. While this is written as part of a series, Jones weaves the backstory in with an expert hand, allowing it to be read as either a standalone or as part of the Darklight series. This book employs superb character and plot development, to keep the readers on the edge of their seats. This book is almost impossible to put down and will keep you tuning the pages. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys paranormal romance books and look forward to re-reading this soon. I loved this book as I have with every Darynda Jones book I have ever read. Even if you don't normally like paranormal romance books, this is still a great book worth trying out. 

Rating:
5
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