His Seductive Target (Afterlife, #2)

His Seductive Target (Afterlife, #2)

by Nichole Severn

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BN ID: 2940156928132
Publisher: Nichole Severn
Publication date: 10/03/2016
Series: Afterlife , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 331 KB

About the Author

Award-winning author Nichole Severn writes dark paranormal romance and thrilling romantic suspense. She’s the grand prize winner of the 2014 Heart of the West Contest from the Utah Romance Writers of America Chapter and a psychology graduate from Utah Valley University.

Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada where she spent most days at her grandmother’s house watching X-Men, Married with Children and The Simpsons, Nichole migrated to the Salt Lake City valley to live life as a full-time Romance author.

She resides with her very supportive and patient husband, as well as her terrorist of a toddler, in Utah. When she’s not writing, she’s constantly injuring herself running, rock climbing, practicing yoga, and snowboarding.

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His Seductive Target (Afterlife, #2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Angels and demons in a cosmic battle. It’s Constantine meets CSI. Another great installment in the Afterlife series. This is the second novel in the Afterlife series. We get a bit more insight into the story of Vdarra from the first novel, but this book is the story of Veranika (Nika) Russo and her hottie, definitely not quite human Special Agent Grayson Wyatt. It works well as a stand alone, if you missed the first book. But the groundwork was laid in the first book. If you read them in order, it makes this story much richer. When Nika’s sister is murdered we quickly learn this wasn’t an ordinary homicide. Facts don’t add up. Yet, she’s not willing to blindly trust the FBI agent who shows up on the scene. There’s a bit of history between them. That in combination with Nika’s reluctance to trust means it takes a while before the two characters come to a tentative truce to solve the murder. Yet, Grayson isn’t what he seems and he isn’t necessarily there to be on Nika’s side. This is a fast paced story with good character development. The angels and demons aspect is unique from most stories because the lines between good and evil are not clear. It’s interesting and new.