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Blurred (Kissed by Death) by [Fuller, Tara]
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Cash is haunted by things. Hungry, hollow things. They only leave him alone when Heaven's beautiful reaper, Anaya, is around. Cash has always been good with girls, but Anaya isn't like the others. She's dead. And with his deteriorating health, Cash might soon be as well.Anaya never breaks the rules, but the night of the fire, she recognized part of Cash's soul—and doomed him to something worse than death. Cash's soul now resides in an expired body, making him a shadow walker, a rare, coveted being that can walk between worlds. A being creatures of the underworld would do anything to get their hands on.The lines between life and death are blurring, and Anaya and Cash find themselves falling helplessly over the edge. Trapped in a world where the living don't belong, can Cash make it out alive?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1333 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (2 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00R69XNA2
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Full of both laughs and swoons! 10 July 2013
By Jenna Detrapani - Published on
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I was quite the fan of the previous book in this series, and so it was with great excitement that I began BLURRED by Tara Fuller - a story that expands upon her world of reapers and the blurred lines between life and death and heaven and hell.

I had half been expecting a story about the darkly enchanting reaper named Easton when I first found out about this second book. But I was extremely pleased when I found out that, instead of Easton, it would be told from the point of view of Cash, the "ladies man" and best friend of Emma in Inbetween. I knew that Cash's voice would provide plenty of character growth as well as plenty of laughs and swoons - and I was right.

(Intermission: I would like to stop for a moment and say that (ironically) there is a character named "Cash" in my current WIP. End intermission.)

Cash's story moves forward immediately from the events at the end of Inbetween. If you recall, things did not end all that well for poor Cash. Though there is a sense of hope throughout the entire book, and the romance helps to keep things light, it is still a dark, dark tale that Tara weaves... and it is quite unpredictable, too. As was the case in Inbetween, I could scarcely begin to predict how BLURRED would end. Oh, I do so love unpredictability in fiction...

There is something about Tara's writing that I love. I have a difficult time pinpointing what it is exactly, as her writing is not necessarily flowered with elaborate phrases or endless metaphors and her descriptions are simple and fairly straight-forward. It is more that she knows how to say exactly the right thing at exactly the right time. She lays out a scene and executes (or follows through with) it in a perfect and believable manner. Her characters act and react in ways that are believable and easy to relate to. They are likable and their personalities are perfectly fleshed out. If there is only one thing that I could say about Tara Fuller's writing, I would say: "Impeccable."

I didn't particularly anticipate the depth of the romance that developed in BLURRED. Call me daft, but I must have totally forgotten about Anaya's motives in Inbetween over this past year. But once I dove into this book, I was quickly reminded about what she must have been thinking during the fire that changed Cash's life forever. (Note: Hardly any existing background information is provided at the start of the novel, so if you have not read Inbetween in a while, you may want to re-familiarize yourself with the characters.) At it's core, BLURRED is a romance - and oh my, the romance in BLURRED easily competes with all of the swoony sweetness that exists in Inbetween.

Much like Inbetween, the story within BLURRED is complete and satisfying. If you are looking for a series to take with you on vacation this summer or for a trip to the beach, choose the Kissed by Death series by Tara Fuller.

I can tell that there are more stories to be told in Tara's world of the living and the dead, so once again I am eagerly anticipating the day that book three in the series is announced. This time I wonder if we will be getting Easton's story at last. *eye wink*
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Take me now CASH! 30 June 2013
By Buffee - Published on
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I just LOVED!!!!!!!!!!!! this series is just amazing. The build up relationship between Cash & Anaya is so intense. I just fell in love with this story line from the very first book. Even though it's YA it's a book you just can't put down. Can't wait for the next installment....maybe about Easton??????
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great sequel 22 August 2013
By brandi - Published on
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I like how the characters from the first book continued into this one. Different type of love story but loved how it was told. Suspenseful and romantic , perfect combination !
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved this one so so much! Cash <3 29 June 2013
By Teresa - Published on
Last year I read Inbetween and fell in love with its sweetness and while I loved Finn, I absolutely adored Cash. So you can imagine my excitement when I found out Cash would be getting his own story. Not only did I want to see more of the world Tara Fuller created in Inbetween, but I also wanted to see where Cash's story would lead. I have to say, Blurred was much darker than Inbetween and I was not at all disappointed by it.

I loved Cash in Inbetween, but I am now head over heels in love obsessed with him. Simply, he makes me laugh and I love it when a guy can make me laugh. I loved getting inside his head and seeing from his perspective. His situation absolutely broke my heart. I don't want to say much about it, because I don't want to spoil anything, but I felt terrible for him. I wanted him to get his happily ever after in the worst way possible.

I also really loved Anaya and I loved getting to know her better. I also felt as if I related to her extremely well. Not the whole dead and reaping thing, but the following rules thing. Anaya follows rules to a tee and never strays. She does what she is told and I tend to be the same. It is tough for me to break a rule, just as it is for Anaya. Cash is the thing that is finally enough to make her question the rules she has always followed.

Not going to lie, I really loved seeing Finn, Em, and Easton again. I also loved that they played a major role in the story and didn't fade into the background now that their story is over. So many times where you have a series that switches to focus on a different character, the original characters only make a cameo, but with Blurred Finn and Em were present throughout the story. Finn was even a pretty important person. Easton was also back again and he was still his cranky but great self. I seriously cannot wait for his story.

I think my favorite thing about this book (and the series really) is that nothing is easy. Everything good has to be worked for. There are no neat and pretty bows at the end, where everyone is happy with no consequences what so ever. Don't get me wrong, there is a definite conclusion and I loved it, however there was sacrifice that came along with it, it wasn't handed over easily. As far as a paranormal story goes, the story feels real.

All in all, Blurred was a fantastic read and one that fans of Inbetween are sure to love. Personally, I thought it was better, darker, but better. It is a great read for paranormal fans.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome series! 1 July 2013
By Beckymmoe - Published on
I admit it, I read this series out of order. It wasn't until I was about halfway through that I realized that I even *had* the first book...but by that point, I'd already decided that I had to read it. And I did--almost as soon as I finished this one. And less than 24 hours later, I was done. So...if you haven't read the first one yet, starting with the second one is do-able. But first you need to ask yourself: why haven't you read the first one yet????

I LOVED this book. I loved Cash. I loved Anaya. Even though I was meeting them for the first time, I loved Finn and Emma too. (And Easton; don't even get me started on Easton. PLEASE tell me his book is coming out, and soon!) I loved the world that Fuller built here...although I think I'd rather read about it safely from a distance, thank you. I'd rather not personally experience *any* of it myself. For all the drama and danger that Emma and Finn had to deal with in Inbetween--and they did have a lot of drama and danger to deal with--everything felt like it was twice as much in this one. Cash has to deal with his physical and mental state; his changing relationship with Emma, who also no longer lives next door; his new-found knowledge of the existence of reapers and other, scarier entities...and that's all on top of the normal, high-school senior things, like school and his often-antagonistic relationship with his dad. Anaya, on the other hand, has been doing her job for a thousand years, all along believing that she was eventually going to be rewarded for her efforts. She finds out in this book, though, that her boss might have been a little less-than forthcoming in that department, and she suddenly doesn't know what to do or who to believe. Drama and danger ensue all around.

Did I mention I LOVED this book?

(I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.)