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I always imagined Death's final kiss would be cold. It wasn't. 

Four years later, I can still remember the exact shade of his skin: a blue so pale it looked like moonlight. I dream of his touch. Mostly, I paint the man under the heavy cowl, including those perfect lips that ruined mine for anyone else.  

I'm obsessed with him.  

The doctors say he's nothing more than a hallucination caused by a mixture of head trauma and emergency pain medications. I think he's a really sexy figment of my imagination. I mean, who besides an artist would dream up the Grim Reaper for their hero?  

Now, something's changed, and my drawings are taking on a life of their own. As if college wasn't hard enough, trying to keep this a secret is going to be impossible. Keeping my sanity might be worse. And that's not the worst of my problems.  

Death is back. He wants another kiss. And he's not alone. 

The Kiss of Death is a 156,000 word, full-length novel with no cliff-hanger ending. This is a Reverse Harem series that includes multiple love interests, some m/m themes, and graphic scenes of sex, violence, and language. Be warned: everything you thought you knew about the world, religion, and death will be pulled apart, twisted around, and put back together in ways you will not expect.

©2018 Auryn Hadley (P)2018 Auryn Hadley

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  • Lys M.
  • 04-06-2018

Amazing story and performance!!

I adore this book - I own it in Kindle ebook, paperback, and now Audible formats. I love audiobooks; I listen to them while driving, doing chores, and at work... so basically all day. While I’m not super picky about voices, I will say that the narrator for this book is fantastic. I absolutely loved all of the character voices. I can see myself listening to this story again. And again. And again.

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  • Meltingmel
  • 09-06-2018

Intense and Different

I’ve been immersed into the world of RH for the better part of half a year now. This book is the latest in my RH conquests and it moved to the top of my long list the minute I saw the narrator was Laurel Schroeder. First off... Wow. This was... very different. I’m a Buddhist, and if I wasn’t - I would be an Atheist. The story has a completely different take on Angels and Demons and it’s extremely well thought out. But when you grow up thinking of the world in one way, this book is A LOT to take in. Even though I’m not Christian or anything (and don’t believe in a God) I felt like such a sinner for listening to it, lol. That’s not to say this book is bad. It’s really great actually. Very nice writing and well thought out. The author tends to run on with all of her points, which I have heard other reviewers say too, but it all matters to the story and helps along the character and plot developments nicely. This book is very long - and if another author had done it - I’m sure it would be half the length. But ... I like it. The way it is. And why? Because this author has a VERY different tone when she writes. Which is actually very refreshing. I’ve been reading a lot of RH where the authors are similar and it can start to get tedious. Plus, a lot of RH authors have started to speed release as well which affects the quality of their books. You can really tell the author took her time. So far, this is one of the most unique stories I’ve read - just in general.

But I will give a warning... if you believe in God and are not open minded... this book will not be for you. As I said... I’m not even a Christian or Catholic ... and this book was hard for me to handle!

As for Laurel Schroeder? She continues to be my own personal Audio muse. She inspires me completely. I love listening to her and I tend to buy books just because she’s narrating. Her performances are always 5 stars to me.

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  • Virginia
  • 08-06-2018

Loved it!

This one was very exciting. I didn’t want it to end. She had a head injury and the doctor told her the thoughts she had was just from the drugs they gave her. She had made a deal with the devil. Four years later she was in college studying art and she kept drawing pictures of death. Nick was in her art class and he was hot. Then the fireworks start. WOW what a tale!!

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  • Annette
  • 07-06-2018

I loved it

I loved the whole book. I only wished it was slightly steamier. Please add more to the series.

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  • Passiflora
  • 01-06-2018

Love this book, but...

I really wish I had realized who the narrator was. This woman has the strangest caddence to her narration, super distracting. I bought the audio because I loved the book. Disappointing waste of a credit. Darn.

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  • Christina
  • 28-06-2018

wow

I've got to say that I almost return this book because of the narrator. She has a really weird caydence. However I just slowed the tempo down and that made it a little easier to bear. The story is excruciatingly long and detailed but interesting nonetheless .

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