The Pen and Muse reviewed Divine Intervention!!

2 Nov

Divine Intervention
The Divine Ones Series: Book 2
Kristy Denice Bock

 

Mainstream Romance: Fantasy, Mythology, Paranormal, Shapeshifter

ISBN: 978-1-60435-769-1
Cover Artist: Missy Lyons
Editor: Belle
Line Editor: Bernadette Smith
Word Count: 83,392
Release Date: August 26, 2010

Publisher: Red Rose

What I liked: Who doesn’t like a little love, fantasy, mythology and a little paranormal all rolled into one? I for one was very intrigued by the story line of this one and Bock does not disappoint. Bock takes an interesting to love after death with these two characters, Gabriel and Savannah. It’s something you would just have to read and she writes it well. Bock’s  descriptions and characterizations are very real taking the reader on the journey of the characters and of the world of death. I really enjoyed this story and can tell that Bock took her time in writing it out with all the plot twists and turns. For those of you who like paranormal, mythology, and fantasy then you will love this book. Although this is part of a series, as a reader I would recommend reading the first, but it can certainly be read as a single book.

Book Blurb:

 

What’s worse, finding yourself in Death’s waiting room in your wedding dress… or finding out that someone wants to steal your soul? Savannah Delseno takes the position as Death’s assistant, because, really, what other choice did she have? She was dead. It didn’t hurt that Gabriel, the one known as Death, intrigued her in a way that she’d never experienced before in her former life.

Gabriel had no intention of getting close to his alluring new assistant. He would not be manipulated by his former assistant, about to become his sister-in-law, or any of the six meddlesome Divine Ones that seemed intent on interfering in his life.

Can Savannah and Gabriel withstand a crazed soul hunter, an ancient curse, and everyone’s best intentions to find a love that can withstand death itself?

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