by Sharon Karaa
I received an advanced copy of this book from the author, with no promise of review.
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This was the first book I’ve read by Sharon Karaa. I don’t read a lot of romantic comedies, but I had just finished reading an 11-part paranormal series, and needed a bit of a break from the genre. When Sharon emailed asking for a read & review, I thought it would be a nice change of pace.
I really enjoyed this book. More so than I thought I would. It wasn’t sappy and had a bit of, you could say, paranormal in it. The plot was different than anything I’ve read before, and it was truly an entertaining read. The characters were smoothly developed, and came alive in the story. The story was fun, enjoyable, and kept my attention; I didn’t want to put it down. The ending was very well written. The ‘wrap up’ of books are usually their downfall in my eyes. It always seems the author can write a good story, but doesn’t know how to end it, and it flops. Not this book by Karaa. I loved the ending… It makes you think back within the story.
I enjoyed Sharon’s writing so much, that as soon as I was finished, I jumped on Amazon to see what else of hers I could read. I can’t wait to start some of her other books. A definite 5 stars in my opinion!
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May 5, 2017
Tabitha was a true survivor - until she wasn't. One week before her loveless marriage to a wealthy man, a freak accident causes her soul to trade places with a womanising lush paying penance for his sins as a soul collector. While she waits for Death to unravel the bureaucratic red-tape and return her to her life, she's forced to take on Mort's duties, accompanied by the sexiest but rudest man she's ever met.
Cooper was a bank manager until his demise, and he's got a lot of making up to do. He's determined to be the best damn soul collector heav...he...Death has ever seen. Saddled with baby-sitting the soul of a selfish, amoral airhead, he's determined to teach her a lesson.
Can Tabitha convince Death to switch her back before her wedding and her reputation are ruined? Will Cooper make her see the error of her ways? Or will Fate have the last laugh and teach them all a lesson in love?