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  • Dark, Twisty, Paranormal Romance

    D. T. Dyllin’s Death Trilogy is very different than any other romance I’ve ever read. These books are pretty dark reads, and Embracing Death is even darker than the first book, which leaves me wondering what the final book might hold. Samantha, our heroine and first-person narrator, is an empath who was taught by the villain of the first book how to "feel death." It's an exhilarating sensation that's as addictive as any drug, so her husband, Austin, must use his own empath skills to keep her from going over the edge. Sam has grown a lot from the first book. She’s now pretty much a bad-ass who isn’t afraid of hardly anything except losing Austin. Unfortunately that becomes an all-too-real possibility when circumstances require that Austin loosen his hold on Sam’s mind so that she can work a case. While doing so, she unintentionally draws him into her warped world of experiencing deaths with her, which leads to him being torn away from her yet again and in danger of possibly being killed. Or they both may lose themselves completely to the siren song of death. I’ve loved Sam and Austin together from the start. It’s been obvious throughout that they share a deep, unbreakable connection that is explained in more detail in this book. I have to say that the information added to this relationship took it to a whole new level for me. However, the one thing about them that might weird readers out a bit is that in this book they begin to experience deaths together, and this raises such intense emotions within them that it’s a major sexual turn-on. This didn't really bother me too much, though, until the very end, when I thought things went just a little too far. There were a lot of things that I loved about Embracing Death, most especially learning more about Austin’s and Sam’s past. This added a lot of depth to their characters and their relationship. I also enjoyed that we’re finally let in on how the two respective teams of people with powers were formed and given a little background on who the driving forces are behind many of the events in these books so far. There are still things left unknown, though, so I look forward to getting that final piece of the puzzle.

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