Who would have thought Fall would be my new favorite. I swear I say this with each fo the new books in her series but this one, this one was special. ALL THE SWOON GUYS.
This book can be read as a complete standalone. but don't read every single book this girl has written. Please and thank you.
You never know what is coming with Jessica and her books.
This one was, well it was everything. Jude was everything. I swear I didn't think I could fall for a character more.
Dealing with ghosts can be a tricky business but you have no idea what you are getting into with this read. What you do know is that you wont be able to turn away once you start reading. This read is steamy and sexy and also filled with so much magic that your heart falls as your mind does.
Jude and Selene have a story that needs to be told and it is unlike any other story in this series. You see a little of the characters that we have come to love and you get to fall in love with brand new ones.
Fall has faded.
A time for heroes to break a curse.
Selene Constance is like no other hero she’s met before. Drawn to death like a moth to a flame, she is a reaper of souls who need to move on. She uses her gifts to help answer the unsolved murders of Seahill as a reporter while doing as her blood calls her to do—find the souls and take them to their afterlife.
At least, that was her reality.
Jude Mallory, the ringleader of the infamous, spectacular circus of ghosts.
But there is more to Jude than the simple performer. He is the gatekeeper to holding the dead where they belong. Protecting mankind from an uprising of those they cannot see, just like his forefathers.
Together, they must find a killer who has been leaving a string of bodies at every show Jude performs.
But being together comes at a price.
Will they damn the world for a chance at love, or will they find a way to break the deal that has to be paid in blood?
It’s the heroes against the dead in a battle of love versus a curse.
But their time is running out, for, on October 31, Jude Mallory must die.
This book can be read as a complete Standalone.