David, forced to become a reaper to atone for past sins. Tortured, troubled, and just existing as opposed to living . He’s closed off his emotions and feelings in order to deal with the gruesomeness of his job as a reaper and he likes it that way, that is, until he meets his lovely neighbor Sarah. Will David be willing to open up the heart he’s kept locked for 60 years or is he content drifting though life alone.
Sara, beautiful and analytical by nature. If it can’t be proven by science it doesn’t exist in her world. After losing her mother to dementia and certain that her grandmother is more than likely headed down that same path, Sara is determined to find a cure for the lunacy that she is sure will befall her as well until she hears screams coming from the apartment of the hot neighbor she’s been ogling ever since he moved in. Will this encounter change everything that she’s ever known? Will Sara put aside theory and go after the guy her mind tells her cannot possibly exist?
I stepped out of my comfort zone with this book and tried a genre that I don’t normally read and I am so glad that I did. I loved this book. I really didn’t know what to expect when I started reading but something about the cover and the blurb drew me in.
I was surprised that other than the main character being a reaper, the paranormal aspect took a backseat to the romance in the sense that it didn’t play such a significant role in the storyline.(I actually enjoyed the paranormal aspect as it pertained to grandma Pearl.)
Grave Intentions was well written and flowed rather nicely although somewhat slowly at first. The characters were relatable and despite their being supernatural, the story was totally believable.
The inner conflict of the hero added a realism and .........READ MORE AT: