Review: ‘The Curse of Tenth Grave’ by Darynda Jones #COYER


The Curse of Tenth Grave by Darynda JonesBack from a month in New York and reunited with her memories, Charley Davidson is trying to get back to normal. Her normal, of course, as in being married to the son of Satan. Her normal, as in seeing and helping the dead cross over. Her normal, as in working as a PI while you’re really a god yourself.

She has many questions. Does Reyes know he’s a god – the kind that destroys and is not so nice? Why is he keeping his distance from Charley? How can they get their daughter back? And who are these different groups of people who are following her and what could it mean for her future?

With her trademark snark, Charley continues to solve cases while trying to learn what the universe has in store for her. Does she really want to know?

This is one adult series that I have enjoyed thoroughly. I even loved the amnesia/find yourself in New York plot in the last book. Just when you think you know what’s happening, there’s always a curve ball. However, this was the first time that I felt that I was reading a bridge book – one that was just to get me from the previous book to the next. While we were fed a lot of information (much of it – WOW!), it felt more like a set up than its own story.  But I’ll take it, if only to read and re-read the descriptions of Reyes.

The Curse of Tenth Grave by Darynda Jones was published June 28, 2016 by St. Martin’s Griffin. I checked this one out of the library all by myself.

Rating: 4

Genre: Adult Fiction Fantasy Paranormal Romance Series

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