Narrator: Victoria McGloven
Length: 4 hrs 52 mins
Series: Reapers #2
Published by St. Martin's Press on February 16, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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There's no escaping a Reaper. I'm an elite assassin, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. And when Death says your time is up, I'm coming for you...
I'm a warrior. My unbreakable determination, my backbone of steel define me. As a Reaper who does Death's bidding, weakness is a word I don't understand. Until a stunning librarian stirs emotions deep within me I've never felt before. Her soft curves blunt the sharp edges of my soul, crushing my defenses - yet make me stronger. But underneath those wide eyes and fierce femininity, she has a weapon, one she won't hesitate to use. And when the Dark begin their deadly descent, we'll need each other's love and protection...or risk fracturing apart.
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Dark Alpha’s Embrace was a fun, quick read. River was a great heroine. She was a librarian, like, best job ever. But she also had a mission and stood strong to defend her family’s legacy. I also love that we have another woman with the Reapers.
These Reapers seem to have major insta-love when their match appears. Reapers aren’t supposed to fall in love, or have relationships, so finding the one puts their life on the line. However, I think Death has some internal emotional issues herself and those issues are making her a little more lenient when it comes to the Reapers.
I can’t wait to come to a point where the Reapers are connected with the other Fae and Dragon Kings. I still feel like I really need to catch up on this series quickly since some of the events concerning the Fae and Kings were quite a few Dark King books back from where I am with that series. I also can’t wait to see Death’s walls break down and she allows herself a chance at love too.