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When sorcerers disappear off the streets of Denver, the only person to notice a pattern is Dru, proprietor of The Crystal Connection and newly-minted sorceress. Monstrous creatures are attacking and dragging off anyone with magical powers. Signs point to forbidden necromancy in the hands of someone trying to fulfill the prophecy of the apocalypse scroll.With the dead risinWhen sorcerers disappear off the streets of Denver, the only person to notice a pattern is Dru, proprietor of The Crystal Connection and newly-minted sorceress. Monstrous creatures are attacking and dragging off anyone with magical powers. Signs point to forbidden necromancy in the hands of someone trying to fulfill the prophecy of the apocalypse scroll.With the dead rising from the grave, Dru fears someone is picking up where the Harbingers left off half a century ago. Now more than ever, Dru needs half-demon Greyson and his infernal car, Hellbringer. Though Greyson is missing and presumed dead, Dru believes he’s alive—and trapped at the center of this evil.Dru will need her friends—and her enemies—trusting in Rane’s strength, Opal’s wisdom, and her own crystal magic to infiltrate the mountainous fortress of a powerful sorcerer intent on bringing about doomsday.Because the moment the prophecy is fulfilled, legions of undead will rise to consume the souls of everyone on Earth…...

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Number of Pages : 290 Pages
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A Kiss Before Doomsday Reviews

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    2019-03-06 13:19

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/07/06/...A Kiss Before Doomsday is the second novel in an urban fantasy series starring Dru Jasper, a bookish sorceress whose power allows her to unleash the magical properties of precious stones and crystals. Pretty cool, right? Now Dru and the whole gang are back in another madcap adventure to prevent the end of the world, and once again the results are as entertaining and fun as you would expect.Since the story begins in the immediate aftermath of the first book, I would highly recommend reading It Happened One Doomsday before tackling this one if you haven’t yet. I won’t spoil any of the details, but suffice it to say that our protagonist did not exactly come out of the previous ordeal unscathed. Dru’s store The Crystal Connection has been left completely destroyed, and her new boyfriend Greyson is missing after he and his demonic muscle car Hellbringer were blown up in the Netherworld. Dru doesn’t know what’s worse: the idea that Greyson is dead, or that he is still alive but still afflicted by the curse that transformed him into one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.In the meantime though, the city of Denver is facing other problems. Despite our characters’ efforts in the previous book, the world is still heading towards Doomsday, with signs that someone is still trying to fulfill the prophecy of the apocalypse scroll. The latest disaster is a plague of undead, and for some reason, they seem to be targeting all of the area’s magic users, including Dru and her friends.If you’ve read my review of It Happened One Doomsday, then you’re probably aware already that I’m all over this fantastic series. With a flood of new urban fantasy titles coming out every year, it’s always refreshing to come across something that immediately leaps out at me, even if it’s because of seemingly minor things like a twist in the usual story formula or a really cool magic system. Little details like that are just as likely to catch my attention, and that’s exactly what happened when I read the first book last year and fell in love with the idea of crystal magic. Laurence MacNaughton did a great job taking off with the concept, allowing Dru to harness a crystal’s power depending on its properties (and there’s just something so charming about the idea of our main character running around with an arsenal of different crystals stuffed in her purse, so that she’ll be ready for any situation). The best part is, now that Dru’s magic is even stronger in this sequel, we get to see even more of her in action.Then there are the characters. I love them all so much! Rane, my favorite Amazonian metal woman from the first book is back, and this time around she even has a mini-side plot involving her and a former flame, a jerkwad sorcerer named Salem. Opal also returns with a bigger role in this novel, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching the three friends working together to figure out why the dead are rising from the grave to attack sorcerers.On the other hand, there was not as much of Greyson. This also meant less of Hellbringer, which was a shame since I am a big fan of that demon car. Still, Greyson and his hot rod taking a step back also meant the story got to really focus on our three ladies and their mission to kick some ass and rescue the guy for a change, so this was definitely a silver lining. That said, a part of me still wishes we could have seen more development into Dru’s relationship with Greyson, because while theirs was a whirlwind romance from the start, I wasn’t quite convinced that our protagonist would be the kind of girl to turn into a weeping mess over someone she’s only known for a couple weeks.Apart from those minor quibbles though, I really have no complaints. With this solidly written sequel, Laurence MacNaughton really seems to be hitting his stride, giving readers more of his quirky characters and their action-packed adventures. Indeed, if the series continues in this exciting and lighthearted vein, it is sure to become smashing hit and be warmly welcomed by myself and other urban fantasy fans. A Kiss Before Doomsday was another excellent, fun-filled read, and I can’t wait for more.

  • Shelley
    2019-03-07 16:17

    *Source* Edelweiss**Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 4.0*My Thoughts*A Kiss Before Doomsday, by author Laurence MacNaughton, is the second installment in the authors Dru Jasper series. For those new to this series, I eagerly recommend that you start by reading It Happened One Doomsday. Why you ask? Because AKBD begins right where IHOD left off. Dru is struggling to regain her mojo after her job was destroyed in the last installment. She is also wondering whether or not Greyson survived their trip to the Netherworld where they (Dru, Rane, & Greyson) temporarily put a hold on the Apocalypse*Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews*http://gizmosreviews.blogspot.com/201...

  • All Things Urban Fantasy
    2019-02-24 10:25

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy.With A KISS BEFORE DOOMSDAY, the Dru Jasper series has quickly become one of the series I'm adding to my must-buy list. With its down-to-Earth heroine and the creative situations she finds herself in, A KISS BEFORE DOOMSDAY is super enjoyable and I can't wait to read the next in the series.Dru is, without a doubt, a heroine who most of us could probably relate to. She's got powers, sure, but she's not crazy super powerful, and throughout the book, there's always the faint impression that she'd rather be reading than dealing with the end of the world. A woman after my own heart, that one. And not only is Dru an interesting, relatable character, but the rest of the characters aren't two-dimensional either. They've got multiple facets to them and really round out the story.A KISS BEFORE DOOMSDAY doesn't have the inklings of romance that IT HAPPENED ONE DOOMSDAY did, but that's totally fine in this instance. Dru, with some help from Rane, gets to kick some butt and she gets to do some magic, and while there's some questionable decision making, the story moves along at a pretty fast clip.For a short book (under 300 pages), A KISS BEFORE DOOMSDAY really has it all. Great characters, captivating plot, and interesting world building. I do recommend reading IT HAPPENED ONE DOOMSDAY first, because while it's not totally necessary, it is nice to have the backstory about how Dru ended up where she did. All in all, I'm definitely looking forward to the next installment in the Dru Jasper series!Sexual content: None

  • Blodeuedd Finland
    2019-03-19 16:17

    Really early review..................This is UF, but it does feel different. I guess it's the intensity, kick-assness and love brooding that you can not find here that changes it. And sure, it is still intense at times, Dru is still cool and can save herself and there is a guy she likes. But it is very different.In the last book they saved the world from doomsday...for a while. There are still seals that might be broken and a doomsday coming closer.I like Dru, she is just, normal you know. She enjoys working in her store and doing the little sorcery she can. She has two good friends and all is well. Except that she misses Greyson that went missing in the last book, or did he? Is he stuck in the netherworld? Is he back? Still a demon? But this is her book, any man can wait in the sidelines.She is cool and does not let a thing like impending doom stop her. Now, she will stop it. She likes to investigate things too much ;)I enjoyed it. It was fast, short and kicked a punch.

  • Renee Goodwin
    2019-02-27 09:18

    So nice I read it twice.I am not sure I can do justice to an explanation of why I like Laurence MacNaughton's writing, but I am going to give it a try.He manages to have his characters be funny and the book be fun while something as serious as doomsday is approaching.That really takes one heck of an imagination and he pulls it off.I was very entertained by book one and impatiently waited for book two to come out. I was so determined to get my hands on booktwo that I even signed up for the author's blog. Now you don't know me, but believe me, signing up for anyone's blog is completelyout of character for me.I love a good fantasy tale and especially one with humor. That is what converted me to a Laurence MacNaughton fan with book one.Prior to that I had never heard of the dude.But believe me, he can write one heck of an entertaining fantasy novel (plus humor!)

  • Lynn Williams
    2019-03-21 11:25

    https://lynns-books.com/2017/07/10/a-...A Kiss Before Doomsday is the second instalment in Laurence MacNaughton’s Dru Jasper series and is a thoroughly enjoyable addition to the series. Be aware that there may be spoilers for It Happened One Doomsday lurking in the review below. AKBD picks up immediately from where book one concluded. Grayson and his possessed car are missing and Dru is left with very little as her shop was also a casualty. Don’t despair though. It soon becomes apparent that Grayson is alive and kicking and his first thoughts are to seek Dru out, however, in a bout of gentlemanly like behaviour, upon realising he is still demon possessed, he concludes that the best thing for Dru is for him to stay away. Unfortunately for Grayson he seems to have some reanimated skeletons on his tail and his attempts to shake them off his tail go badly wrong . Back at the remains of the crystal shop Dru is taking care of her own emergency as Salem (the sorcerer from book 1) seems to be infected with The Scourge and Dru needs all her attention to save him. It seems that Doomsday has been merely temporarily postponed rather than completely averted and the world is still in danger. Dru is convinced that Grayson is alive and, roping in the assistance of Rane and Opal, is determined to find him. Their search will lead them on a breadcrumb trail that coincides with an unusual gathering inside a bunker hidden up on top of a mountain.I really enjoyed AKBD. It’s a story with a dire threat told with a lot of humour. The writing is really good and all the characters from the first book are included. This instalment is slightly different because it focuses much more on the girls who find themselves ganging together, a la Charlie’s Angels style, to form a really great team. They make for some very entertaining reading while they rush into trouble dressed to kill. Grayson remains out of the picture for a good deal of the story which is a little disappointing in some ways (i.e. this means his car Hellbringer is also MIA) but I really loved that the girls are the ones racing around trying to rescue the demon in distress. A refreshing and welcome change. In terms of the characters. Opal and Rane share a little more of the limelight this time. Rane is definitely my favourite. She has this almost cartoon, x-men type feel to her combined with a ridiculous lack of caution that sees her rushing at trouble without any care and yet at the same time she has an endearing vulnerability and fierce loyalty that just make you want to root for her. We discover a little more about Dru when a character from her past reappears and her ability with crystals seems to be going from strength to strength. Each of the books are self contained stories so can probably be read as standalones although why deny yourself the pleasure of reading both when they make for such entertaining and quick reads?A really solid addition to a series that I look forward to returning to (hopefully soon). I received a copy courtesy of the publisher, for which my thanks. The above is my own opinion.

  • Tanya Davis
    2019-03-05 15:28

    A Kiss Before Doomsday is book two in the Dru Jasper series by Laurence MacNaughton. We begin right where we left off in It Happened One Doomsday.Dru believes Greyson to be dead until a crystal she knows she gave to him is dropped through her store's mail slot. Now she knows he must have survived. In her search to find him, some really freaky monsters are coming to town. These creatures from the grave are multiplying fast, and they are pretty hard to kill.In the midst of Dru's search for Greyson, an old acquaintance shows up at the store. He has undergone a miraculous change and is no longer the boy Dru tried to help when they were younger. It was pretty obvious he is interested in Dru. When he was introduced I was scared we were going to go to love triangle trope, but we didn't go there. Dru's main focus is Greyson.Dru, Rane and Opal don't have much time before the seal is broken and all the dead come to life. Dru pulls together her magic to do some tracking spells to try and find him. She was worried they wouldn't work as she found that she was more powerful when drawing strength from Greyson. Luckily this spell puts them on the path to finding him and possibly keep the fifth seal from being broken.A Kiss Before Doomsday gave you some fun side characters and quite the adventure. Dru finds some of her new strengths while Opal and Rane are along to keep Dru out of trouble. The outcome of the book is serious, but I never felt the adrenaline when the girls find themselves in bad situations. It wasn't until the end, really, where everything fell into place and the race was on. That was where I finally got sucked in. Their plan runs a little off track and Dru finds herself caught. It's the typical bad guy who goes on and on about what he's doing and why.A Kiss Before Doomsday started out a bit slow for me, but gained steam at the end which kept me reading later than I probably should have been. I really adored the ending as we got more than one HEA. The characters and their personalities brought some humor to the story. This started out slow for me, but in the end left me satisfied and I closed the book with a smile.This review was originally posted on Rantings of a Reading Addict

  • Jeannine
    2019-03-19 10:15

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway and I'm so glad I did. This is a good fun read. I really liked the characters and the story. Doesn't take itself too seriously. Looking forward to reading the first book in the series. Hope there are many more.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-08 10:13

    Even better than the first one. Which is always a relief.Lots going on. Dru's determined to find Greyson. Rane is having a spat with her stubborn ex, Opal is...still Opal.Oh. And the world is still ending. Yeah. Can't forget that.The gang's all here for another romp to delay freaking Ragnarok, so come join the insane, hilarious, hijinks and just try not to laugh. I dare you.And I swear to God, if Ruiz isn't modeled after Luis from Ant Man, I'll eat my shirt. LOVE that.

  • Cheryl
    2019-03-01 09:34

    Yes. A book that actually lives up to the promise of being funny. It was not long into the story before I found myself laughing. Mainly, due to the three women...Dru and her friends, Opal and Rane. Team Rane. Yeah, this series may be centered around Dru but Rane had me from the first moment she appeared. She is brass but her intentions are always kind hearted. She reminded my of the late wrestler, Chyna. Although, as I mentioned previously, Dru and Opal were great as well. Opal is more of the level headed one in the group. Which she finds herself in more sticky situations with Dru then she might like. As I have not read the first book in this series, I didn't really experience Rane and Salem's past relationship history. Yet, I had a pretty good idea of what happened. Every time that they saw each other, it was not friendly. However, you could feel that they still had feelings for each other. The non friendly banter was like flirting for them or at least Rane. Salem may not have wanted to admit it as much as Rane. Rane and Salem are not the only ones that share a connection. I can't forget about Dru and her boyfriend Greyson. While, they did not spend a lot of time together in this book, I could tell that they shared strong feelings for one another. It was amazing that Dru and her friends did not get themselves killed fighting the undead. Some times it seemed pure luck that they were victorious. I give the women credit as they didn't seem to back down when things got bad. I am going back and reading the first book. This book provided me with many laughs filled with awesome characters!

  • Laurie
    2019-03-21 10:10

    This is such a fun series! Dru is a sorceress who channels her powers through crystals. Her boyfriend is possessed by one of the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse and drives a demon possessed hotrod. Together they are trying to stop Armageddon. She battles undead bikers, evil sorcerers and ancient prophecies. It's funny and full of action. I love that it takes place in Colorado (where I live). I can actually picture where the scenes of the book take place. I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out.

  • Courtney
    2019-03-22 11:27

    Rane is just my all time favorite. She's so kickass and I love that all descriptions of her involve chaos. They're not wrong. However, Rane is not our main heroine. Not that I dislike Dru, I actually enjoy her immensely. She's very smart and resourceful and loyal (maybe to a fault) and just a little quirky. No, my problem here stems from the problem that I had with the first book: I didn't buy the romance. This time, I get that the romance was in short supply as Dru spends most of this book looking for her would-be-gentleman-caller but the whole thing hinges on the relationship they built in the first book, which I wasn't feeling. I tired not to let that spoil anything for me though and I think I mostly succeeded, I found this to be an enjoyable read with lots of page turning adventure and interesting characters and plot that isn't needlessly convoluted. I really hope that we can get another few books from this series. I love watching Dru and Co.'s growth as characters and I think her line of work leaves room for endless possibilities, hence the short stories and novellas we've seen already. Here's to looking forward to more adventures from Dru!

  • Kitten Kisser
    2019-03-03 12:20

    This book, like the first in the series was a fun & entertaining ride. If you like books like Stacy Justice Mystery, White Trash Zombie & Miss Fortune Mystery Series I think you will enjoy this series as well. The first book 'It Happened One Doomsday' introduces the main characters that also happen to be in this book. I didn't realize it until reading this second book, that Greyson is my favorite character. I realized it, because he doesn't have as strong a role as he did in the first book & I really missed his character. Ironically, the main character, Dru is probably my least favorite, but even so, I have really enjoyed this series so far. These are short books, so you really do want to start with the first book. Thankfully, even though this is a series each book has had a proper ending. As the reader you know that there is more to come, but the current situation the characters were dealing with throughout the novel is at least concluded.I loath spoiler reviews, so all I can really say is if you are looking for a supernatural light read, with sorcerers, zombies, demons, demon cars, a 6' tall blond who loves to say "Dude!", & a whole lot more, you are sure to enjoy the ride as much as I have.

  • Melissa McGuire
    2019-02-25 13:34

    I adored this book! I didn't think I'd like this one more than the first. I couldn't put it down

  • Nissanmama
    2019-03-02 12:09

    A Kiss Before Doomsday is the same fun, campy energy that we found in the first book, It Happened One Doomsday. The world that MacNaughton built in the first book, takes off now that we know the rules. He takes his characters and runs with them, building on the story of the first book (definitely read these in order) and creating something bigger.I love that main character Dru continues to be genuine. She really does want to help people, especially those she loves, and although she’s a crystal sorceress and hangs out with some very unusual people, she’s somehow entirely relatable. For as frail as she sometimes seems, especially in comparison to other characters, MacNaughton did a very good job of making her both vulnerable and strong—she both saves and gets rescued. She and love interest Greyson balance each other well. I appreciated that making him strong did not require Dru to be weak nor did making Dru shine require that Greyson be less masculine.Although Dru and Greyson are clearly in love, the only romantic action in this read is a kiss at the end. MacNaughton inserts a surprising, if unnecessary, scene that will at least make female readers chuckle. It was entertaining in the same way watching Carrie Bradshaw pack up her closet was on Sex in the City. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eo3vH...There is a sarcasm that I enjoyed, comedic in the same way Pirates of the Caribbean walks the line between conceivable and hokey, staying this side of believable. Gore Verbinski should direct the movie. It’s a world where lines make sense like, “She already ate half the box [of donuts]. Then she went out for smoothies. Said she’d burned too many calories in the cannonball fight.”Chapters are short and keep the action moving which makes for a relatively fast read despite the plot depth which is still present. I have to knock a few points down for one or two parts that may come off as predictable to regular sci/fi readers. It makes the mental movie easy to visualize. There are no real secondary plots which keeps the focus tight. Good read and I’m looking forward to the next one.My Rating: A- Enjoyed A LotRead this full review and more at That's What I'm Talking About: http://twimom227.com/2017/07/review-a...

  • Stuart Hargreaves
    2019-03-05 08:16

    A very good read and enjoyable. a cross between magic, comedy and fantasy horror. At times is was comical and an easy read which just flowed, with very interesting characters. I would recommend you try it and you will probably enjoy it.

  • H.A.
    2019-03-06 10:36

    I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.Review forthcoming! Definitely worth a read, however. I'm obsessed with this series!

  • Melissa
    2019-03-25 13:30

    I reviewed the first one where I didn't know what to expect and found myself having some fun with it. I knew I'd probably feel the same way with this book, but things got in the way so I didn't get to this story until now. I'm so glad I did read it.It has the same fun as the last one and I think surpasses it. I knew what to expect and the characters really grew on me this time. They all matured a bit but not too much (which is a good thing). Plus, with the awful cliffie of the last book, this one gives you all the answers and only an open ending for the next book. No real cliffies in this one! YaY! My only complaint is that Hellbringer, the car with an attitude, really didn't get a part in this one. He was there, he saved their collective behinds but it wasn't quite the same as the first. I missed that and it was my favorite part of the first book. Still, he is there and will be in the next one. So, I'm good. :)I give this fun short book 4 stars. I recommend this series now since you get the answers you didn't get from the first book. Plus with these being very short (but not short on action) you could easily read them back to back. I do suggest reading these in order. I think those who like a fun PNR will enjoy this series.

  • Kathy
    2019-03-13 13:31

    Loved this second installment with Dru. Great world building and a fun ride.

  • Cindy Atkins
    2019-02-23 14:20

    Loved it!!!!!! Was not disappointed. Hopefully there will be more.

  • Jamie wilson
    2019-03-20 10:16

    I didn't read the first book, but I would love to read it becuses this book was I think I love the Character Salem I Think he is my favorite I don't know why there is something about how he is written. I think I should say that I have never read anything from Laurence, and I could say I would love to read more from him. And wow Hellsbringer wow love that car would be interesting to have that car right now.I couldn't put it down

  • B.T. Mienoré
    2019-03-25 14:10

    I love urban fantasy, and the Doomsday series does not disappoint. In this installment, doomsday is heralded by the appearance of scourge and zombies, as well as of a formerly weak sorcerer grown strong.Dru and her friends, searching for her love, Greyson, who happens to be a Harbinger of doom, end up at a sorcerer tournament held in an old nuclear warhead bunker. With lakes of scourge under them and a pile of zombies closing in, they must save the world from doomsday.

  • Marissa Rocks
    2019-03-25 12:14

    These like crystals and kisses, scrape like Dru Jasper, due to liver cancer, faced another struggle when Greyson raises Dru's magical powers to dizzying heights, with that same illness and died. Now, her youngest and only surviving son Rane was disguised like for a sorceress whose power allows her to unleash the magical properties of precious stones and crystals. Pretty cool, right? Now Dru and the whole gang are back in another madcap adventure to prevent the end of the world, and once again the results are as entertaining and fun as you would expect.Since the story begins in the immediate aftermath of the first book, I would highly recommend reading It Happened One Doomsday before tackling this one if you haven’t yet. I won’t spoil any of the details, but suffice it to say that our protagonist did not exactly come out of the previous ordeal unscathed. Dru’s store The Crystal Connection has been left completely destroyed, and her new boyfriend Greyson is missing after he and his demonic muscle car Hellbringer were blown up in the Netherworld. Dru doesn’t know what’s worse: the idea that Greyson is dead, or that he is still alive but still afflicted by the curse that transformed him into one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.In the meantime though, the city of Denver is facing other problems. Despite our characters’ efforts in the previous book, the world is still heading towards Doomsday, with signs that someone is still trying to fulfill the prophecy of the apocalypse scroll. The latest disaster is a plague of undead, and for some reason, they seem to be targeting all of the area’s magic users, including Dru and her friends.Something to come across something that immediately leaps out at me, even if it’s because of seemingly minor things like a twist in the usual story formula or a really cool magic system. Little details like that are just as likely to catch my attention, and that’s exactly what happened when I fell in love with the idea of crystal magic. The cursed before doomsday with a great job taking off with the concept, allowing Dru to harness a crystal’s power depending on its properties (and there’s just something so charming about the idea of our main character running around with an arsenal of different crystals stuffed in her purse, so that she’ll be ready for any situation). The best part is, now that Dru’s magic is even stronger in this sequel, we get to see even more of her in action.Then there are the characters. I love them all so much! Rane, my favorite Amazonian metal woman from the first book is back, and this time around she even has a mini-side plot involving her and a former flame, a jerkwad sorcerer named Salem. Opal also returns with a bigger role in this novel, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching the three friends working together to figure out why the dead are rising from the grave to attack sorcerers.On the other hand, there was not as much of Greyson. This also meant less of Hellbringer, which was a shame since I am a big fan of that demon car. Still, Greyson and his hot rod taking a step back also meant the story got to really focus on our three ladies and their mission to kick some ass and rescue the guy for a change, so this was definitely a silver lining. That said, a part of me still wishes we could have seen more development into Dru’s relationship with Greyson, because while theirs was a whirlwind romance from the start, I wasn’t quite convinced that our protagonist would be the kind of girl to turn into a weeping mess over someone she’s only known for a couple weeks.

  • Sandy Kay Kay
    2019-03-07 09:29

    This is the second book in the Dru Jasper series. I did not read the first book, "It Happened One Doomsday," and it is possible I would have enjoyed this book more if I had.I thought this book was okay but it didn't really grab me. There are two different approaches to the paranormal/urban fantasy romance -- you can either treat it seriously or in a more light hearted comedic style. This book goes down the light hearted route, but it isn't as fun as I had hoped it would be. Dru has a couple of friends who are sort of comic sidekicks but they never felt fully dimensional and they rarely made me laugh. Greyson and his car were more like Knightrider and Kit than a half demon and his demon car.There was nothing especially wrong with this book, it just didn't get me excited about it. I wanted to care about the characters and laugh a little while doing it and that didn't happen. I didn't get invested enough in the characters to want to go back and read the first book or plan to read the next book. I wanted more from this book and was more than a little disappointed.I received a free ARC of this book from the Amazon Vine program to write a review.

  • John
    2019-03-25 08:18

    I liked the crystals and not the incessive chasing and chrome lady.

  • Rick Jordan
    2019-03-15 11:26

    Fast paced with likable characters.