Saturday, February 25, 2017

Review: Undead or Alive by Cynthia Eden

Don’t fear Death. Desire him.
Cassius “Cass” Garvan is the last Reaper. One of the baddest of the bad…Cass can literally kill with a touch. He’s the bounty hunter who always brings in his prey, undead or alive. This time, he has a new target…the all-too-tempting Amber Fortune. Hunting her down was the easy part. Giving her up? Cass isn’t so sure that he can let her go.
Amber has been on the run for decades, and she isn’t about to surrender herself to the Reaper. Sure, maybe she does have a weakness for bad boys. Maybe she does like guys who have dark sides—and a man can’t get darker than Death. And when Cass kisses her, she doesn’t fear his touch. She wants him. Wanting a Reaper can be a very dangerous thing.
When Amber finds herself trapped with the Reaper for forty-eight hours, she knows that she is in for the most dangerous time of her very long life. If she hopes to escape the torment coming her way, then Amber has to convince Cass to let her escape. Does Death have a heart? Amber is about to find out. She’ll use every trick in her playbook to get Cass on her side. But even as she works to seduce him, Amber has to be very careful and not let Cass break through her control. Because everyone knows…
Once you fall for Death, there is no turning back.

This series has to be my all time favorite series of Ms. Eden. I think this is the first book I've ever read about a Reaper. And I thoroughly enjoyed it. We have the usual cast of characters in this book. Luke, Leo, and the rest of the gang. I really liked the start of this book and laughed my butt off when Amber tazed Cass. Cass thinks that Amber is human or very close to it and we don't learn who and what she is until late in the book. And no I'm not giving it away. This book had it all action, romance, fights and surprises galore.

I give this book 5 stars and I was given this book by the author in  consideration of a review.  If you love PNR with not the same ole same ole paranormals give this series a try. This one can be read as a standalone. But I betcha won't stop with one. Do the one click thing and give it a try.

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