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Review: Death by Madhuri Pavamani

Today’s review will be a little strange, because this is the thrilling conclusion to the Keeper’s series, but I haven’t read any of the others. I sincerely wanted to, but then some things came up over the holidays, and I had to choose between reviewing it at all or reading the first two.

Summary

I am Death. I run this show. I have many at my command, people love and fear me in equal measure.

But I am almost out of time.

Juma Landry and Dutch Mathew have a love that is strong and sharp, wild and soothing. They would go to the ends of the earth—and beyond—to save each other from the hell of this world. To put a smile on each others’ face day after day. But danger is coming, dark forces that will push Juma to her capacity, evil that will rip away her lives.

One.

By.

One.

I know Dutch can’t bear to lose this woman—the darkness that always lives inside him will swallow him whole. But I’ve got plans for Juma. She’s always been my favorite, my sweet, my beautiful, my light. And now, I need her more than ever, one last time…

Review

book review Death by Madhuri PavamaniOne thing I should lead my review off with is that it was not too overwhelming to read this book without reading the others. While there were definitely relationships from the previous books, as well as plot twists, the book wasn’t difficult to pick up.

And I think this lies with the electric chemistry between Juma and Dutch, the way it propels the book along, and the strength of their connection. It is their relationship which really ties the book together and serves as the motivation for a lot of the plot. So if you can understand it, love it, and  ship it, then you are all good to go! The steam level in this book is to the max.

The ending is cute and all the plot lines come to a thrilling close which makes me want to go back and see how it all started.

You can pick up Death on Amazon(US) and add it to Goodreads.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from Netgalley.

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