Lost Reaper by Shelley Russell Nolan (Review by Shelley C – #NerdGirlRed)

Title: Lost Reaper 

Author: Shelley Russell Nolan

Published Date: September 1st 2016

Genre: Paranormal Suspense


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For twenty-five year old Tyler Morgan, being murdered was easy. Easy in comparison with working for the Grim Reaper.

Jonathon Grimm may have brought her back from the dead in exchange for working as a reaper for her hometown, Easton, but she has to find his lost reaper before she can enjoy her second chance at life.

Only … the lost reaper isn’t actually lost. He has a new body and a new life and no intention of turning himself in, even if it means giving Tyler her life back.

Tyler begins the grisly task of reaping the souls of Easton’s dead while searching for the reaper. He could be anyone – the intriguing detective, Sam Lockwood; the handsome, wealthy Chris Bradbury; or the serial killer stalking the women of Easton. Women who bear an uncanny resemblance to Tyler.

But what is the ancient secret, hidden from mankind, that has motivated Grimm to chose Tyler for the morbid task?

As the killer closes in and Grimm’s deadline draws closer, Tyler discovers she is fighting a much bigger threat than the Grim Reaper and time is running out for everyone.

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***Shelley C – #NerdGirlRed’s  Review***
The Lost Reaper is a well-orchestrated paranormal suspense with a tad of romance thrown in. I enjoyed the authors’ style of developing the story slowly. I had so many questions and jumped to my own conclusions; some were right but most were wrong, due to the intelligence of the storyline. There were some great surprises and some shocking revelations. I couldn’t ask for more in a story. There is more to come and the ending is not a “hang by the nails” cliffhanger so I feel good waiting to see what happens. The romance was not the plot moving portion of the story, which I like. There is a bit of a triangle but not anything that had me turning away from the characters. As a matter of fact, I’m torn on whom I think the main character should end up with! Definitely a plus in my opinion. The author sent me a copy of this story and this is my honest review.


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