Review of death is a Bitch by Cate Masters

Death is a Bitch

      Azreal just stepped into the new job as director  of the department of death and dying and he can't get the angel of death out of his mind. Not just because he felt she was the most over worked immortal ever. He had feelings for her he just couldn't fight anymore. Death is reluctant but knows she has feeling for Azreal. Damien a demon that works for the dark prince is obsessed with his love and lust for death. When he notices the growing love between Azreal and death, he hatches a plan to break them apart and keep death for himself.

 I loved this book and would be happy to read it again and again and again. I Loved  that you could really feel what death went through when she collected the souls. I also enjoyed watching her grow through the book realizing she could not do it all herself. She needed time for herself, even though she felt great responsibility for  the souls. At points I laughed, I cried,  the story was an amazing.  I give it 5 stars and will recommend it to everyone.

Heather G

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for the wonderful review, Heather! So glad you enjoyed Death's story. :)


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