The Reaper

When Death comes for Taylor, Daimhin is desperate to hide her.

Taylor Fergusson should have died just days after she was born.

Accidents and mishaps kept happening to her until she and Daimhin, the Guardian Angel sent to fetch her, made a deal.

When upper management discovers Daimhin did not take Taylor's soul the first time he was supposed to, his own future is in jeopardy.

What readers are saying...

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Love with a twist of Angel

This is not the sort of book I would normally read but when you need to find new things for the kids to read you have to try things! The story is generally well crafted with a guardian angel falling for a girl dying of cancer he should have taken across to the other side. It's a basic love story with a twist and it's this fantasy twist which keeps you reading. I found the last section a little disjointed from the whole but it's a good YA Book and I enjoyed it. MM on February 15, 2016

★ ★ ★ ★ Made me Tear Up

This book was so amazing because it is a love story with some adventure mixed in. Also it made me tear up more than once. My favorite character is Taylor because she is so brave about her cancer and she takes care of her mother. Charity Martinez on November 21, 2015

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ I loved this

This story was thought provoking and makes you stop and think - what if. Daimhin is tasked to escort the baby Taylor across the Valley of the Shadow of Death. He is unable to bring himself to do so, causing ripples and subtle changes caused by Taylor’s borrowed time. When her name comes up again 17 years later, Daimhin has to face not only the results of his past decisions, but the repercussions of his current choices. Love To Read! on June 30, 2015

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Amazing book

Would recommend to anyone looking for a love story! tiffany rios on March 11, 2015

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ A good and thought-provoking read

I was sent this book for review and found it to be an excellent read. Yes, it was a love story, but with a difference and (apart from typos/errors) it was very well written. I liked the characters who were realistic and believable, despite the fantasy element, being that the very real thoughts and feelings involved were very well done...I especially liked seeing into the 'feelings' of angels. It was a well thought out book, and maybe for a younger audience, however, I think that the fantasy would appeal to anyone who are intrigued by the concept of Heaven and what may happen to souls - and the idea of where they may go and how. Themes of love, redemption, punishment, loyalty and, most importantly, death, are steeped in this story. When is it our time to die? And is there someone to help at that time? And, what if love..? How can I say anything more without giving spoilers? AlwaysReading on September 3, 2014