Death Times Two by C.J. Ellisson and Boone Brux


Death Times Two

By: C.J. Ellison, Boone Brux
Genres: urban fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 135
Death Times Two by C.J. Ellisson and Boone Brux

The V V Inn has a ghost problem. When the lurking specters draw the attention of Constantine, head of Grim Reaper Services, he calls in the only local who can return the remote resort to its former tranquility, Lisa Carron—resident Alaskan reaper.

Still new to the death gig, Lisa accepts the job. After all, how much trouble could one ghost be? Once at the hotel, she learns that not only is the inn full of the dearly departed, she’ll also be working for vampires. Throw in Asa, a young vamp hot enough to melt the Arctic ice, and Lisa realizes she’s way out of her element.

Asa didn’t know what to expect when told a reaper would be working on the property, but Lisa certainly wasn’t it. Blond and curvy, she’s very easy on the eyes. Tasked with helping her, Asa soon realizes that not only can she provide the dead a peaceful passing, but offer him solace in a way no other woman can.

Also by this author: To Catch Her Death (Grim Reality, #1), Styx and Stoned, Styx and Stoned
 
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C.J. Ellisson is the author behind the VV inn series. I read the first one and loved it, an inn in the middle of nowhere for vampires.  Who wouldn’t like that?  Well Death Times Two is partially about the VV Inn and partially about a reaper.  Yes, Boone Brux, our resident and lovely Reaper author has corroborated with C.J. Ellisson, our resident and lovely Vampire Inn Author.  By Resident, I mean someone we know.

 

So before I get into this review.  For awhile this anthology was for sale, but the contributing authors have since decided to pull it from the shelves and use it for promos and stuff.  SO if you want to read this story, which you should.  You are going to need to get online and check out the authors.

 

SPOILER ALERT

 

If you have not read the VV Inn series to their conclusion, or wherever they are now, stop reading this, go get those, and then start this.  Why?  Because there are spoilers about who have died, who haven’t, and some of the other inner workings of the inn.

 

So Lisa, the Reaper from Alaska who didn’t want to be a reaper is given a job at the VV inn.  This job is not your run of the mill stupid death reap that Lisa has been doing up to now.  No, this is some high level reaping, and it is just because her partner was on another job.  You know the partner that she has hot dreams about?  The partner that things have occurred but you need to read all of the reaper books AND the reaper short story.  Again this may come as a spoiler if you haven’t read any of the Reaper of VV Inn books.  Seriously if you haven’t, then this is all your own fault and you should be ashamed.

 

Because it brings two of my personal favorite series together, of course I liked it.  Sadly I have not read all the VV Inn books and so there were a couple of things that I did not know.  I mean it happens, and when I do get to those stories, I will know the finale, but ce la vis.

 

 

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About Boone Brux

Boone's stories range from high fantasy to humorous paranormal.

Having lived all over the world, and finally settling in the icy region of Alaska, she's always looking for the next adventure. It's not unusual to find Boone traversing the remotest parts of the Alaskan bush, gathering information for her stories. No person or escapade is off limits when it comes to weaving real life experiences into her books or blogs.

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About C.J. Ellison

C.J. Ellisson is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, who writes adult urban fantasy, mystery, and romance. She lives in northern Virginia with her husband, two teenagers, three dogs, and two cats—reporting to love the energetic zoo that’s become their home.

When forced to give up a career due to her decreasing health, C.J. turned to writing in 2009 and claims the escape helped save her sanity. She battled severe chronic illness for years and has finally reached the end of her long-term treatment.

Instead of dozens of pills, IVs, exhaustion, and pain, C.J.’s days are now filled with writing, exercising, eating healthy, and running a novel-writing club at her daughter’s school. It all leads to a fun-filled, busy day, and she’s incredibly grateful to be so involved in life again.

C.J. is active on Facebook and loves to hear from readers, please look her up!

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