How to Ruin Halloween for the Grim Reaper by Crymsyn Hart and Dahlia Rose


Paranormal Erotic Romance

ISBN: 978-1-60659-086-7

Reviewed by Patrice F.



Harmony is an overworked Grim Reaper that looks forward to her vacation every year on Halloween. This year her holiday plans might be delayed due to the fact the soul sheís scheduled to collect has decided to challenge her.  Andy knows about the loophole where a human can challenge a Reaper for the right to keep his soul.   Itís just her luck that he happens to be on her list with this info.

Harmony is livid.  Can he do that?  After a quick bit of research and confirmation, Harmony learns that Andy isnít bluffing or making this up.  Let the showdown begin.  Needless to say, Harmony is ticked off by the humanís nerve.  How dare he delay her much needed and earned time off?  And why is she developing feelings that she thought were buried and forgotten?  Hopefully, Harmony will figure things out before sheís lured into doing something drastic, something that could risk her own soul.

When I started reading How to Ruin Halloween for the Grim Reaper I felt like I was sitting there watching everything unfold from start to finish.  That just proves how well written and structured the story is.  All the characters are likeable, original and well-developed to the point that theyíre remarkable, memorable.  If I had to say one negative thing about this story it would be that Andyís life is treated a bit like background noise.  You know itís there and itís his main motivation to resisting death.  The loose ends are left lying without tripping anything up, and because the storyís so good, you donít care about when Andy and Harmony get their HEA. 

All in all, this sassy, sexy story is high-spirited, funny and filled with a couple of titillating surprises.  The authors tag-teamed the heck out of the plot and along with all the additives, I can honestly say if this were a cocktail Iíd ask for another round.   With a playful tone, edgy dialogue, neat plot and a spunky heroine and lovable hero this tale is in no danger of killing you with boredom.  


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