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Descent Review

Title: Descent

Author: Tara Fuller


Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Fantasy-Paranormal




Publisher: Entangled Teen





Publication Date: June 2,2015






The Blurb:Easton doesn’t believe in love. He believes in Death. Darkness. Sin. As a reaper for Hell, it’s all he’s known for over four hundred years. When he gets slapped with the job of training the boss’s daughter, an angel who knows nothing but joy, he knows he’s in for a world of trouble.

Though he’s made it clear he wants nothing to do with her outside of work, Gwen would do anything to get closer to the dark and wounded reaper—even taint her angelic image and join the ranks of her father’s team of reapers. But in all her planning, she forgot to factor in one thing—how far the demons Easton doomed to hell would go to get revenge.

When the dangers of the Hell threaten Gwen, Easton will do whatever it takes to save her. But as the darkness closes in on them both, will he be able to save himself?




The Dish: First Thanks To Entangled Teen and Ellie McMahon for the opportunity to review this book. I remember reading another book of this authors and liking it so i was excited. I Love plots like this and delving into the world of hell and heaven. The writing was good and the world building was good, i just couldn't finish reading because Gwen annoyed me so much. I Couldn't enjoy this book at all because at every turn she did something stupid and i honestly didn't feel their chemistry.

It's one thing to be brave and want to help people but Gwen went to the extreme and every time she was told to do something to keep her safe she blatantly ignored it and of course there was trouble. i did skim through the rest of the book towards the end and it's a happy one that left me unsatisfied.

I normally live for HEAS but this time i didn't care about it at all. Now that i'm writing this review i feel that i may go back and read again and my review may change.







Overall Rating: 0 Crowns

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