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Minute Review: Until I Die (Amy Plum)

The Deets:
audience: YA
pages: 357
publisher: May 8th 2012 by HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780062004048
genre: paranormal romance
source: library copy


Until I Die (Revenants, #2)Kate and Vincent have overcome the odds and at last they are together in Paris, the city of lights and love.

As their romance deepens there’s one question they can’t ignore: How are they supposed to be together if Vincent can’t resist sacrificing himself to save others? Although Vincent promises that he’ll do whatever it takes to lead a normal life with Kate, will that mean letting innocent people die? When a new and surprising enemy reveals itself, Kate realizes that even more may be at stake—and that Vincent’s immortality is in jeopardy.


I love this series, and I love Vincent (and Jules and Ambrose).

For a second book, this was a pretty good read. I didn't like it as much as the first one, but it was still enjoyable. I think what made me fall head over heels for Die For Me was Vincent. He was swoon worthy with his old school charm. But he didn't seem to be as present in Until I Die. Until I Die was mostly about Kate finding her place among the Revenants and with Vincent.

So, with that being said, I was a bit disappointed that it didn't have more Vincent. But, there was plenty of Jules and Ambrose to make up for that. I do enjoy those two so much. Georgia also had more presence in this book, which was nice. She still felt a bit flat, but she was enjoyable for a minor character.

Unfortunately, I figured the plot of Die For Me out around page 75. That didn't keep me from reading it, of course. I just wasn't at all surprised by the "twist" ending. I wish Amy Plum would have done a better job disguising the snake in the grass. She did do a nice job of making that ending so gripping that I am on the edge of my seat waiting for book 3: If I Should Die.

If you haven't read this series, you should. It's a fun read. Vincent and the other Revenants will have you proclaiming your love for them as your new book boyfriends. If you aren't a fan of paranormal romances, stay away. This is not for you.

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