CRASH BURN STING
Release Date: May 19th
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What do you believe in?
Who do you believe in?
The best day of my sad, pathetic life was the day I died.
I’m not a good person.
I want the name Rawson Lorde and all that goes with it to be forgotten on Earth. I deserve to rot in hell and reflect on my own choices for the rest of eternity.
I don’t deserve a happily ever after.
I don’t deserve to be in Heaven.
I don’t deserve a second chance at happiness.
So, imagine my surprise when I find God and the Devil himself fighting over my soul.
They send me back to Earth with Oath, my Guardian Angel (and enormous pain in the ass), to complete some impossible tasks.
I’ve been given a second chance.
A second chance that won’t make a difference.
A second chance I don’t want.
This a full-length, standalone light Paranormal read with a dash of romance.
Nothing ended up the way I wanted it to, and this story made me cry. I don't cry. If I were a petty and irrational person, I would Hate this story. I am not those things. In fact, I absolutely loved this book! The story is the most unique story that I have ever read. I was hooked by the first page. I laughed, I cried, and I wanted to punch a certain character in the throat, at times. The story kept me interested the entire time. It's a SUPER sad and unfortunate story, with moments that have you dying with laughter. The concepts are new and refreshing, and will really make you think. The characters a layered, and there is not shortage of angst. I'm not a super romantic person, so the fact that romance isn't constantly being thrown in your face, scored major points with me. This book deserves every star I gave it. I cannot think of a single person I wouldn't suggest this book too.
I'm really not sure how to describe this book without giving too much away, for me it was a totally unique concept with a fantastic story.As the blurb states Rawson died he thinks everything is over but the fun is just beginning when he realises that God and The Devil are in competition to see who gets him. Rawson fascinated me as because of what he did he truly believes he's worthless the lowest of the low and deserves to go to Hell. He's given a second chance that he doesn't want and he's sent back to earth with Oath his guardian angel to carry out tasks but he doesn't really see what good it will do because nothing can change the outcome.I loved all the names and descriptions for the characters it gave the story a modern contemporary edge to it. The story flits between hope and despair, there is humor even if at times it's slightly dark humor ( which I loved ). The story gives us a tender balance between life and death, it's emotional and tender and everything in between and I loved every word.
"I'm making you strong."
I sniffed and turned my back on him. Fury, sadness, isolation all coursed through my body. "I'm already strong!" I screamed and fell to the floor, completely exhausted.
Several minutes had passed, and I felt so alone. I opened my eyes and saw His knees before me. "True, Ysabelle," I felt his warm hand tilt my chin up so I could meet his eyes, "But now I'm making you unbreakable," he whispered, like he was finally letting me in on the reason why I’m so damn special to this world.
is a multi-genre author who likes to be bold and original; stepping outside of the box and bringing her readers fresh characters from all parts of life. She’s a mother, college student, photographer, and graphic designer. She resides in northern MN with her son, where she plans to stay for a long time despite the cold winters.
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