Review: The Lost : Celestial Blues by Vicki Pettersson

Title: The Lost
Author: Vicki Pettersson
Series: Celestial Blues #2
Release Date: March 2013
Publisher: HarperCollins
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Rating: 4 HOOTS
Reviewer: Brandi
Buy From: Amazon/ B&N

Sum It Up! Vicki Pettersson does it again!

 Griffin Shaw and his wife were both murdered fifty years ago. Now a minor angel, Grif's been granted permission to solve the mystery of his own death . . . if he helps the Pure angels guide those souls who might otherwise be Lost.

Souls like Jeap Yang, a drug addict in his final moments of life. Grif knows that death is coming, but he cannot intervene. However, Grif's mortal lover, reporter Katherine "Kit" Craig, isn't constrained by angelic protocol. If she can stop a death, she will.

But as Kit is about to find out, there are things more traumatic and evil than murder. A strange new drug is literally eating tweakers' flesh from their bones, and Kit's crusade to get it off the streets is set to propel her and Grif into a battle with a vicious drug cartel. They'll have to scramble to stay alive, stay together, and choose their own fate . . . before it's chosen for them.(Goodreads)

First off I adore the covers to this series! So beautiful and they really capture the essence and creativity of the story.Now, lets move on...Vicki Pettersson does it again! I loved The Taken and I LOVED The Lost! She has created a unique UF that is filled with suspense and just enough romance to keep the reader in a swoon- induced coma! If you have yet to try the Celestial Blues series-what are you waiting for?

In The Lost Kit and Griffin are investigating highly toxic drug that onc taken you are hooked and headed down a quick road to death. Kit being a kick- ass reporter is determined to find out who is behind it and Griffin is with her every step of the way. However, let’s not forget Griffin is still doing his own investigating as to who killed him and his wife 50 years ago and this leads to Kit questioning will she ever be enough for  him.

By the end of The Lost I was left in tears! In the last quarter of this book you’re adrenaline will kick up with a surprising turn of events and I guarantee you will be left anticipating the follow-up!


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