{Effie Reviews} Feeling Death by D.T. Dyllin

Posted December 5, 2013 by Effie in Reviews / 0 Comments

{Effie Reviews} Feeling Death by D.T. Dyllin

Feeling Death

by D.T. Dyllin
Series: Death Trilogy #1
Published on May 27th, 2013
by Dragonfairy Press
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Format: eBook
Source: Author
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Also by this author: Kat Scratch Fever, Kat-napped, Open Gates, Hidden Gates, Broken Gates

Samantha Bevans is having the best sex of her life—but it's not with her husband. Fortunately for her marriage, the affair is all in her mind. Isn't it? As an empath, she senses other people's emotions. But her connection to the man with the the chiseled face and haunting eyes seems so real.

There's no time for fantasies with a serial killer loose in Pittsburgh. The killer is targeting dancers at a strip club where Samantha used to bartend, back when drugs were the only cure for the torment of her abilities. As a member of a special task force, Samantha uses her talents to sense the victims’ final thoughts. Just when she thought the case was complex enough, she discovers one of the victims was thinking about her fantasy man when she died.

Who can Samantha trust when she can’t trust her own mind? An empath feels the emotional environment around her…and Samantha is surrounded by death.

I received this book for free from the publisher or author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

4 Stars

Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn girl, you do know how to finish your books. Wow just wow!

Feeling Death is completely NOT what I expected … and I mean that in a GOOD way. It completely blew me away. Although I have to admit that I some difficulties following the story at first, but once I got past that, the story is just FUCKING AWESOME!!!

D.T. Dyllin keeps on surprising me with her writing style and her stories. After reading her incredible P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy, I was a bit afraid that her other books wouldn’t be as good, because the P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy was THAT good and I am not kidding about that.

Moving on, the story revolves around Sam, who is some sort of agent (don’t know how else to explain it) and an extremely powerful Empath. After a few strange dreams and encounters, she starts to realise that a lot of things in her life don’t add up. And as the story goes on you see all kinds of twists and turns reveal themselves as Sam dives deeper and deeper down, trying to find out who she really is until she does at the end, and well it’s like they say “some things are better left forgotten”.

Now as for the characters. I love Sam, she’s just kickass, even if she doesn’t realise it herself yet. And at the same time she’s so complex and I loved that. We also have Nixon, who we meet at the beginning of the story and is Sam’s “husband” for a while and I think he’s a nice guy, but definitely not a good fit for Sam. And then we have our other major hottie Austin, who I initially wanted to punch in the face, but the guy grew on my and by the end of the book I LOVED him.

Seeing as I rrrrreeeeeeeaaaaaallllllyyyyyy dislike revealing much about the story, I encourage everyone to pick up their own copy and read it because this book is THE SHIT! It will completely blow your mind, with its hot romance, mystery, intrigue and paranormal abilities that fly around!


About D.T. Dyllin

Cynical-Optimist. Chocolate-holic. Sarcasm Addict. Paranormal Believer. Self-Imposed Insomniac. Sci-Fi Geek. Animal Lover. Writer…are just a few words to describe D.T. Dyllin. She was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and two very spoiled GSDs.

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