-Raven Daughter is a completeed series of three books.
I'm Jo and the death of my mother revealed a whole lot of secrets she was keeping. Like the fact that my sperm-donor father was a freaking angel who couldn't keep it in his pants and slept with a woman he should never have been with. Or the fact I'm not mortal and would one day be a reaper of souls.
Reaping souls, now there is something I never dreamed I would do, but here I am doing just that. Or at least I was, until souls started becoming Lost. And that's when things went south.
When I stupidly agreed to help discover what was causing the Lost without reading the fine print first. Now a lot of immortals would like to see me dead because of what I might become. To top it off, I ended up blood bound to a powerful half-demon who is supposed to be a reaper's sworn enemy. Funny thing is he may be the only one I can trust.
Warning: Although this series deals with angels and demons, there is nothing religious within these books. Anyone looking for that will be disappointed.
**This book is part of a series and ends on a cliffhanger.
This is a new to me author and I have to say, I am hooked!!! I really enjoyed this first book. The world building was immersive. The characters were engaging and well thought out. The pace flowed very well and the action was just enough to keep you engaged. I’m looking forward to the rest of the series!
I really enjoyed the narration. Suzanne T. Fortin did a great job overall but sometimes I got lost between her character voice and the inner monologue. It was often confusing. There also wasn’t much tone difference between characters so that didn’t help either. Zachary Johnson voices Caius so well that it really was a bummer that he only had a few lines at the end of every chapter. Together they make a great pair. My only wish was that the audio was a duet rather than dual.