Death's Redemption

Death's Redemption

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by Marie Hall

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From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Marie Hall, comes the second installment in the Eternal Lovers, sexy, dark, paranormal romance series!

As a Seer, Mila O'Fallen is one of the last humans capable of channeling visions of the past and future. The one thing she can't see is her own fate, but she knows it's grim. All types of


From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Marie Hall, comes the second installment in the Eternal Lovers, sexy, dark, paranormal romance series!

As a Seer, Mila O'Fallen is one of the last humans capable of channeling visions of the past and future. The one thing she can't see is her own fate, but she knows it's grim. All types of ruthless, supernatural creatures want to use her abilities, and they will do anything to gain access to her powers. When vampires descend upon her, it looks like the end-until a formidable figure appears. She feels a connection to him that is instant, unearthly, and explosive.

Grim reaper Frenzy never thought he would see the eyes of his lover again. She was murdered centuries ago, but her amber eyes are alive in Mila. Though it's not his job to protect humanity, something tells him protecting this human is what he was born to do. Yet vampires are the least of their worries. Frenzy and Mila quickly learn that a dark force is matching their every step. And even as they crave each other, the darkness craves them . . .

Approx. 90,000 words.

Product Details

Hachette Book Group
Publication date:
Eternal Lovers Series, #2
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.82(d)

Meet the Author

Marie Hall has always held a dangerous fascination for creatures that go bump in the night. And mermaids. And of course fairies. Trolls. Unicorns. Shapeshifters. Vampires. Scottish brogues. Kilts. Beefy arms. Ummm... Bad boys! Especially the sexy ones.

Then the day came she realized apart from the sexy bad boy she married, there'd be no vampires/shapeshifters/mermaids/fairies/or even stinky trolls in her future unless she wrote about them. More often than not she can be found roaming the wild, lush tropical forest she calls her backyard (a.k.a. Hawaii) and day dreaming constantly about her latest project.

Her Mad Hatter is the first book of her Kingdom Series.

She loves to hear from her readers and can be reached at

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Death's Redemption 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
D-B1 More than 1 year ago
I received an awesome, phenomenal, suspenseful, romantic, paranormal story, Advanced Reading Copy of Death's Redemption by Marie Hall free through Goodreads First Reads. Mila, a seer, turned hybrid is being protected by the Death Fae, Frenzy. Vampires, the Queen of the Fae, and a dark sinister being, the Shadow want the seer for themselves. The captivating characters of Mila and Frenzy and the obstacles involved to keep Mila safe engages and enraptures the reader. Read the fabulous, wonderfully written, highly recommended, Death's Redemption by Marie Hall.
MsRomanticReads More than 1 year ago
This was my first Marie Hall book, but Death's Redemption was fantastic! I didn't realize this was the second book in the series. I didn't feel as if I was missing any pertinent information about this world or the characters in it. This book had everything that makes me fall in love with a story like this: a hero and heroine who argue all the time as a means to divert the sexual energy swirling around them, humorous dialogue, funny situations, a bit of mythology, danger and suspense, and scorching hot sex. I absolutely adored this pairing of Frenzy aka Death aka The Grim Reaper and Mila, the Seer. Mila was feisty and stubborn, and I loved that the angrier she got, the more pronounced her brogue became. She was stubborn and had quite a temper on her. But Frenzy matched it with his own stubbornness and the endearing quality of not knowing how to deal with humans in general. There may have been some Fae arrogance involved as well. Despite the verbal sparring, they could be mature and had the decency to apologize when either one of them was in the wrong. I really enjoyed the natural and believable progression of their character arcs. It took Mila quite a long time to accept her new reality and let go of the past. Frenzy's blunt but honest approach wasn't always the best way, but it allowed for some great moments of compassion and nurturing to come forth. Frenzy tried again, but not even a flicker of awareness crossed her face. “You have been such a pain in my ass,” he growled, and then sighed. “And I’d be really pissed if you left me now.” The suspense was really good, killing methods were graphic enough to be effective; just the right amount of wickedness and gore. Frenzy's methods were at times rather sexy. The sex scenes were scorching hot, especially their first time. Well, every other time after that as well. If you're familiar with the Ascension series by Caris Roane, or Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark, then you'll love this. The story flowed nicely and was well paced. I was flipping pages well into the wee hours of the morning. I will definitely check out the first book, and purchase a print copy of this for my personal collection of favorites. I can't recommend this highly enough. Favorite Moment: Forgetting herself, she turned toward him and her eyes bulged. “You’re naked!” “It’s what one tends to do in their home when it’s time to sleep,” he growled, now beginning to visibly get upset. And it seemed the more upset he got, the harder he got. His cock was long and quickly turning rigid. She tried to look away without seeming like it affected her, but she knew her eyes were enormous in her face and her heart was definitely doing a strange stuttering. “Stop acting like such a virgin. This isn’t for you.” **I received an ARC from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review.**
Berls More than 1 year ago
I love this world! My Initial Reaction...  I have to admit, I really missed Eve and Cian... I just didn't fall for Frenzy and Mila as easily. But Death's Redemption was very compelling, HOT (as I've come to expect from Marie Hall) and I'm increasingly curious about what Lise has up her sleeves.  The Characters...  It took me a little bit longer to get into the characters in Death's Redemption than I would have liked - but I did eventually come to love them... once they got over their hangups.  See, you've got Mila who's a seer. In this world (which I'm addicted to, BTW), that's an extremely rare and coveted trait. But when Mila gets attacked by a group of vampires seeking to control her powers, she knows that she can't let them get that control. So she seeks the only other alternative she can think of - death. Now on a level, you've got to admire a girl who's that determined. But - when Frenzy and Lise step in and change the course of things, Mila takes WAY TOO LONG to get a clue. Yes, this isn't what you wanted. It's a hard adjustment. I get it. Really I do. But come on! Would you stop trying to kill yourself and realize that something much bigger is going on? Oh - and have you really not noticed that you've got this incredibly gorgeous fae/reaper trying to help you? GET A CLUE! That being said, when she finally did get a clue - I grew to love her. I just wished it hadn't taken so long.  And then there's Frenzy, who has his own hangup - he loved a woman once and it went really badly. And he hasn't gotten over it. Just as I grew tired of Mila's incessant desire to die, I got over Frenzy's internal "poor me, I've loved and I can't love again." But once that passed - and it did, I think quicker than Mila's longing for death - I loved him too. And their romance really worked for me - it took them quite a while to figure it out and there was an awkwardness that was very believable. And they're both kinda messed up, so they just fit. I think I would have liked for them to get over themselves more quickly, since there was a lot of repetition of the same sentiments over and over, but by the last 60% things started to flow really well.  The Story...  For me the strength in Death's Redemption and this series in general is the world. I LOVE the fantasy world Marie Hall has built - it has so many layers and there's still so much to learn. She's given us enough to understand what's going on, but there's a lot of mystery and it's all bound up in Lise for me. She's one of the fates and she's constantly interfering. She's got an agenda and I'm not 100% sure I understand it (I don't think I'm supposed to yet) but I'm so curious to understand what this chic has up her sleeve. First she meddled with Eve and Cian. Now Mila and Frenzy. What's next? The plot for Death's Redemption is all bound up in Mila and her powers as a seer. She's one of the last remaining seer's in the world and everyone - EVERYTHING - powerful wants to control her. She's hunted - most worryingly by the Shadow. I loved the story behind the shadow and everything surrounding it. Terrific evil and lots of twists to go with that element. I loved the glimpses we got of the fae world and only wish there were more of that too! Concluding Sentiments...  Although I had some issues with the characters to begin with, they grew on me and I'm still totally enthralled by the world in Death's Redemption. I look forward to seeing more of it and especially Lise in the next book!  This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.