Review: Divine and Dateless by Tara West

Good girls go to heaven. Bad girls go all the way...

What can be worse than electrocuting yourself while getting ready for your internet date? Realizing the hot stud you’ve been fondling is the Grim Reaper? Being chased by a sex-crazed, bloated, naked corpse?

How about an eternity of more bad hair days and horrific dates? Or lusting after the one guy in all the afterlife whose hydrophobia rivals his fear of commitment?

Yeah, that’s a whole lot worse.

*I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

Dying by electrocution while getting ready for an Internet date might sound embarrassing, but it's not the worst death Grim has come across.

Ashley is only 29 and was in no way ready for her life to end. She's barely accomplished anything, though the promise of heaven sounds interesting and the guy coming for her soul is very easy on the eyes. Getting truly into heaven though will require some behavioral and attitude changes. Ashley wasn't a saint during her life, she barely did any good, so she will need a lof of credits before those pearly white gates will open for her.

Divine and Dateless is a fun, fast and easy read, with a couple of hot scenes that will put the temperature in hell to shame. Ashley is a very likeable character and easy to relate to. Most people go through life not knowing what come after and I really like Tara West's view of the hereafter. The prayer hotline was simply hilarious. There is plenty of humor, a little bit of drama and even some action. All the elements are present for a perfect summer read.

The Author
A former Texas high school teacher, I enjoyed coaching the writing team and even the hectic deadlines that came with running the school publications. After taking a break to raise my baby girl, I now work from home as a cover artist.

In my spare time, I loves to read, exercise and spend time with family and friends. I contribute the cover art for my Whispers Series and have designed covers for over 500 other books.

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