To add to the aggravation, coven reject Raj McKenna catches Gray performing a complex spell and is convinced they would make a powerful couple. He can delude himself all he wants. Gray has sworn off dating warlocks, especially delinquents who play with fire.
But even Gray’s mysterious death won’t deter Raj, not after Gray is brought back from the great beyond. Only she’s not truly back. Her body’s still six feet under and she’s on borrowed time. There are forces threatening Gray’s existence and a powerful wizard willing to help . . . for a price. Gray doesn’t know who to trust or how long she has left before she vanishes for good, but she’s determined to stick around no matter what the cost.
Review: There's this stigma when it comes to self published books and I've been reading self published books to try to prove it wrong. I haven't had a book amaze me yet. When I read the first chapter of this book, I just knew this book was going to be bad and while it isn't the worst, this book is so big of a mess that I didn't finish it.
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The characters were all stereotypes, which isn't necessarily a bad thing but it was in this book. These stereotypes were the ones that all small town stories have. There's the most popular jock, the sexy slut and the handsome bad boy. Even the main character is a typical YA heroine. Everyone in this story is very one dimensional, which is why these characters weren't good. Then the girl characters all seem to hate each other and for what reason? These stupid boys. If that doesn't cause someone to eye roll, I don't know what will. There's a bit of diversity in this book since Raj is a person of color. He's one of the main side characters whose main point in existence is to make Graylee his, which is creepy as hell.
All in all the setting isn't original or even built enough that I could rate it. I just assumed it was a typical small town with these buildings and people.
Diversity: .5 stars
Plot: .5 stars
Characters: 0 stars
Setting: 0 stars
Enjoyment: 0 stars