Saturday, January 5, 2013

Review: Gabriel's Hope (Rhyn Eternal #1) by Lizzy Ford

Gabriel's Hope (Rhyn Eternal #1) by Lizzy Ford

4/5 stars
Published December 28th 2012
Series: Rhyn  Eternal #1

Book Description:

 Death Finds Love.

Recently appointed as Death, Gabriel’s life can’t get much worse. His underworld is in shambles, and he’s racing demons to collect souls in the human world. To add to his mess, he discovers that his predecessor raised an unwelcome Immortal from the dead, one who threatens the Immortal Council that his friend, the Ancient Rhyn, is trying to hold together. When the underworld shuts Gabriel out, he’s convinced he’s hit rock bottom. Until he meets her, and he realizes things can get worse. Much worse.

Now in human form, Deidre – Gabriel’s predecessor and long-time tormenter – is dying from a brain tumor. Rather than mourn, she decides to enjoy the rest of her short life by checking off every box on her bucket list. Little does she suspect that a weekend getaway to the beach will throw her into the hands of Death himself and overturn everything she knows about her world. Deidre has no idea who she was in her past life, but she must learn fast, or she’ll never understand why the Immortals, demons and Death alike are after her. The secret is buried in her head, and the only way to uncover it will kill her.

To survive, she must reach the wounded man behind the mask of Death and show him that the world is filled with more than tragedy and pain.


I loved Gabriel before when he was in the Rhyn Trilogy and I’m so happy Lizzy Ford gave him his own book! Gabriel is pretty bad ass in this book! He takes over for the former death who by the way left him with a huge mess to clean up.  Demons are taking souls before they can get to them in the human world and he also finds out his predecessor raised an Immortal from the dead. An Immortal who no one was too fond of.  If that’s not bad enough Rhyn is trying to hold together the Immortal Council. When Gabriel Finds himself locked out of the underworld he’s convince he has pretty much failed at being death. That is until he meets Deidre and everything really goes to hell.  She is a human dying from a brain tumor.  She is strong and won’t let dying get in the way of finishing her bucket list. She has things to do before she dies.  Little does she realize the person she met in the dark on the beach is Death himself.   Poor Deidre has no idea who she was in her past life, but she must learn and learn fast because there are those who never did like the former death because she screwed everyone over. The secret is buried in her head, and the only way to uncover it may very well kill her.

Loved this book! The beginning was a tiny bit slow but once you get into it you really get sucked into the story. Gabriel is really left with a mess and then he’s struggling with his feelings for Deidre. This poor guy’s life is all messed up right now but he slowly starts to get things in hand. That is Until Lizzy Ford leaves us with the worst cliffhanger ever!!! Now I’m dying for book 2 because I really need to know how things end.  The story is really well written and captures your interest after a few chapters I think for those of us who have read read the Rhyn Trilogy we know a bit more about who Gabriel is and what’s going on with Rhyn and the council but it’s really not needed to read this book you can still read it without reading the other but I still recommend reading the Rhyn Trilogy first to get the back story.  All in all it was a great read! I have to stay Lizzy Ford has nailed it again! 

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  1. This sounds really good! I grabbed Katie's Hellion a long time ago when it was a freebie but just never read it. However, this review has me wanting to read it just to meet up with Gabriel.
    Kristin @ Book Sniffers Anonymous

    1. They are really good! You will become addicted to them Like I am lol.

  2. I love the book.... I love the entire series....easy to read and follow up.... Keep it up Lizzy.... Remember, try to make it before Fall 2013... PLEASE :-)

    1. Me too! The end Killed me though I'm dying for more.


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