Grave Vengeance is the third book in Lori Sjoberg's Grave series about grim reapers. I really like this series. I'm a big fan of paranormal romances, and I like these books because they're so different. I'm sure there are other series about grim reapers, but none that I know of. I mostly read vampire/werewolf stuff - and I love that stuff - but also nice to read something different every once in a while.
And even better that the hero in this book was a former KGB agent and the heroine an American spy. The action takes place in current times, but as reapers, they've lived for a very long time and have a history together - from the time before they died. They don't like each other, they were enemies in their former lives, but well, after spending some time together, forced to work together, things change.
I really like stories like this. Also, right around the time I read this book, I had just started watching Agent Carter, so I was feeling very immersed in the whole spy culture. That's a good thing.
This is a fun story, lots of action and the characters have some great chemistry, as is always the case in Sjoberg's books.
Looking forward to the next book in this series.
I received a review copy via NetGalley.