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    A book solely from Ethan's POV, sign me up

    Dealing in Death is the seventh title in the Death and the Devil series, which has yet to disappoint me. This is definitely not a series of standalones as they follow one couple and have a story arc that spans all the books. The timeline for Dealing in Death overlaps that of Why the Devil Stalks Death, but it isn’t a rehash. Instead it’s the events told entirely from Ethan Blade’s point-of-view, providing significant insight into his thoughts, past, worries, and hopes…and I ate it up like candy. Dealing in Death had plenty of the intense action scenes that have become this series’ trademark, and even though I knew how the major moments played out, I still found myself perched on the edge of my seat with my heart racing. However, Dealing in Death also revealed an unexpected vulnerable side of Ethan that deepened my love for his character and left me that much more invested in Jack and him getting their happily-ever-after. This couple is what chemistry is all about. I can feel their connection in their words, actions, and even the pauses in between moments. Every time Jack and Ethan come together there are fireworks, but it’s the little things like the touches, hugs, and the kisses (!!!!) where the magic exists that make my heart flutter and make this one of my very favorite couples ever. I know I’m going to be incredibly sad when the curtain closes on this series, but happily there seems to be at least a few more exciting times to come as Ethan strives to carve a new life for himself alongside Jack. If you enjoy a good romantic suspense/ action thriller, this series tops my list of recommendations. *eARC received from author. The author had no influence over this review*
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