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Deidre’s Death

Two women caught in a struggle between Death and the Dark One …

Gabriel – Death – is winning the ground war against demons in the mortal realm. But a rebellion is brewing among his army of grim reapers in the underworld he still can’t access. Worse, just when he thinks he knows where his heart belongs, he discovers there are two Deidres: the human he started to fall in love with and the deity whose love-hate relationship with him spanned hundreds of thousands of years. What he doesn’t know: the two Deidres made a deal that will send one of their souls to the underworld by the end of the week.

Deity-Deidre expects nothing but smooth sailing in her future. Until the Dark One strips her powers on her way out of Hell, leaving her a vulnerable human, reeling under the influence of human emotions, which deities do not possess. The deal she made with human-Deidre suddenly seems impossible to win. For the first time in her existence, she understands what Gabriel felt at her mercy for the eons they were together. She doesn’t know how to win the trust of the man she’s always loved – or even if she can.

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Real-time Reviews

Five Stars
By nicholle (5.0 out of 5 stars) on January 20, 2015
great

Deidre's Death (Rhyn Eternal Book 2)
By B. M. Warner (5.0 out of 5 stars) on July 21, 2013
No spoiler alerts!! I am enjoying this series I cannot put this series down... old Deidre is growing a conscience and that is something I didn't think would happen.... and new Deidre likes her new world but is confused... WOW!! Was I disappointed at first yes!! Is it steamy Yes...I definitely would recommend this series!!! But for a mature audience only...

Driver's Death was fantastic
By Patricia Collins (5.0 out of 5 stars) on March 7, 2017
Once again you have written a amazing book and I can't wait for the next book in this series. Because I know the rest of your series will be wonderful.

Deidre's Death
By Sunshine (5.0 out of 5 stars) on February 20, 2017
The second book in this series and I loved reading it just as much as the first one. All the twists and turns make the story so exciting. The powerful ex-goddess becomes vulnerable and unsure and the human becomes empowered by her new roll in what has been destined. Gabriel still seems to be chasing his tail but is getting closer to his own goals. Once again all the individual characters are great. This book really does have everything. I do recommend this series but I think it best to read in order. Now for book three!!

Story arch is awesome!!
By Martha Speller (5.0 out of 5 stars) on January 27, 2017
There are several things that I love about this series, however if I name them I will also be listing spoilers and I do not wish to do that for any reader. What I can say is the story arch has kept me in the edge of my seat. When I got to the end of the book I also screamed and growled. Of course I went racing to the next book.This is where not getting into a series until quite a few have been written has a few benefits. (giggles)I will say that this type of series I have read before and I will not name them to respect Lizzy and other authors. Though it is the story arch and the characters that truly make up the story. This has been done in full by Lizzy Ford. She has grabbed me into her story arch and I cannot help but empathise with the characters in the many emotions that are brought forth. Each character grows and does not get tired even those you had met from the very first and it is these things that keep me engaged so...now on to the next for me. Enjoy!!!!

Great book. Could hardly put it down
By Teresa ponce (5.0 out of 5 stars) on October 4, 2016
Great book. Could hardly put it down.

I really enjoyed this installment in the Rhyn Eternal series (though I'm ...
By Victoria Cameron (5.0 out of 5 stars) on November 13, 2015
I really enjoyed this installment in the Rhyn Eternal series (though I'm not sure why it's called RHYN Eternal when Rhyn isn't the protagonist in this spin-off). Getting to know Death as a human is interesting. It's interesting to know that she isn't as all powerful as she wasmade out to be in the Rhyn Trilogy. She doesn't have the basics of being a modern human down. It's fascinating to see the struggle she is going through after thousands of years of planning and scheming. I can't wait to read on to see what happens next! As I say I all of my reviews, try to ignore the more blatant editing errors. Ford's work is worth it!!

Not sure who I should like in this one! Very good story.
By NicePuppy (4.0 out of 5 stars) on October 7, 2015
Talk about major drama - do I like her - do I hate her - do I trust her - should she be the one with Gabriel? These questions were running rampant through my mind as I was reading this book. I cannot wait to read the next book - what can possibly happen next!!

Sucks you right in!!!!
By Deb C (4.0 out of 5 stars) on March 29, 2015
So I bought the next 3 books in this series because well...I wanted to. My review for this book and the next 2 might actually blend into each other. First let me just say, I am now and I will always be team Human Diedre! I am not impressed with Gabriel and Past Death at all! I find Gabriel to be a whiny pain the butt. I don't think Lizzy has meant to write him this way but goodness I can't take the poor poor me! I am really ticked at the way he and past death have made Darkyn's Mate feeling as though she is less then nothing and that her life is disposable. And that continues through the end. The problem is Diedre let's Gabriel get away with it because she has yet to discover her true feelings for Darkyn. I read this book as well as Darkyn's Mate at the same time, not impossible if you try. I just feel that Gabriel gave up on human Diedre way to easy. Yes she is meant for Hell and Darkyn cares more for her then she has yet to discover. I hate to say this but, I just couldn't wait for the Gabriel and Diedre parts to be over. All I wanted was Gabriel to grow up and get a clue! I want past death to lose her soul to Hell but I know that even if she does she is going to get it back because human Diedre just has to big of a heart. This book is not bad just my feelings towards the treatment of human Diedre are very strong. But that is what makes me human. I found myself actually tearing up and having to remind myself that it was just a story and that there isn't any human Diedre or past death. That's what you need to remember when you get sucked into this book! And you will get sucked in and you will find yourself needing to read Darkyn's Mate. I promise you won't be sorry.