Death’s Storm is book two in The Divinities series by Lia Davis.
The books are best read in order, since their is an over all story plot that continues from each book and we are leading up to a very big battle or something big.
I enjoyed Death’s Storm and found my self pulled in by the pacing of the story and Jagger. We get plenty of action that keeps you going and things progress nicely in the plot and character development. I was pleasantly surprised with how many surprises we got and I didn’t see or expected a few of them. It all added up to an entertaining read.
Jagger is an interesting character. I liked him a lot and would love to explore more on ‘Death Demons’ and his brother. The things we learn about Jagger and Khloe, WOW. I loved. As for Jagger he’s a character that is very powerful and everyone fears, so he lives a solitary life sorta ‘in between’ the good and bad guys. Khloe she dives in head first before thinking, goes in half cocked, and it feels like she craves adrenaline. Her behavior is explained and now I can see why she did the things she does.
Their relationship was fun to watch it progress. There’s so much sexual tension and lots of fun banter; between them. I also liked that Jagger didn’t necessarily try to control the independent Khloe. He respected her space, even though it was aggravating, but he found a way around it by working with her and joining in the mission. I liked Jagger and Khloe as a couple. They suited each other.
We are also treated to previous characters as well as a few new divinities show up and come into play.
All and all I had an delightful time reading Death’s Storm. I’m curious to continue the series and see how everything plays out. There’s more going on then we see.
Rated: 3.5 Stars
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by After Glows via NetGalley with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
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