Reaper by K. D. Mcentire
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In a world abreath away from our own, Wendy is attempting to fill her mother's shoes and discovering that the prospect is far more difficult than she ever imagined. Learning that she is part of a powerful and ancient family of Reapers that her mother had forsaken is just the first surprise - Wendy soon discovers that the San Francisco Bay Never is filled with political powers and factions both previously unknown and completely mysterious to Wendy. Since both her mother and Piotr gone, Wendy must struggle to maneuver between the machinations of the dead and the dark intentions of her living Reaper family. Eventually betrayed and made sick unto death, the clock is ticking before Wendy will fall - she has only a matter of days to unravel the mysteries her mother left behind and to convince her wary family to accept her as one of their own.
 

About K. D. Mcentire

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K. D. McEntire is a mom and animal lover currently living just outside of Kansas City with her husband, son, and two cats. K. D. spends her minuscule free time reading, writing, and battling her Sims 3 addiction. She loves Wil Wheaton, Stephen King, Joss Whedon, gaming, comic books, and all things geeky. Visit her online at http://kdmcentire.com, Facebook and on Twitter @kdmcentire.
 
Published August 14, 2012 by Pyr. 342 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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And in tried and true Buffy the Vampire Slayer fashion, Reaper also has a “Big Bad,” a villain who succeeds in mortally wounding our heroine, who spends half the book slowly dying – a relatively easy device for cranking up the tension, but even easy devices can be fumbled, and McEntire never does...

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