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Happy Ever Afterlife Part 2 (Afterlife saga)

af Stephanie Hudson

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You know, I really love this series. This was the FINAL book, and it kind of left me feeling flat.

The characters in this book whom I have grown to love were replaced by clones who were overacting their parts. All of them lost their depth and were reduced to being their own stereotypes. Pip was way over the top and took wayyyy too long to get to any point, causing me to skim. Draven was wayyyy too possessive/overprotective and a bit too sappy. Sophia was relegated to a few lines, all basically either fangirling Keira or making sure she looked good - even though she was in the whole book. Keira basically became TSTL. What did she do in this book that was her stereotype? She hid stuff from Draven that she should have told him. She hid stuff from everyone, thinking it wasn't important or it wasn't real. She continually said that "If I were smart, I wouldn't do this", but goes on to do it. She went to great lengths to try and fix it without letting Draven know. Which of course ends up biting her on the ass. I will miss them.

The bits I had trouble with:

The "problem of the week" basically was Draven's demon trying to get Keira back to hell by either dragging her their or by taking over Draven to get to her. Why is this happening? We don't know but they think it has something to do with being hexed after saving the world. The real reason was all but screamed at us (maybe not the why, but definitely the who, how and when) but the three "boobateers" missed the mark and decided it was due to something else.

Keira handled it by playing off her worries and unexplained behaviors (all brought on by being accosted by a demon) by using her pregnancy as an excuse. She then became bitchy to him (all while feeling bad about it). Whatever. It was an arbitrary obstacle needed to be thrown into the book to keep it from just being "honeymoon in Scotland".

There was all this dramatic happenings where we think Draven's demon is going to get Keira, but nothing happens. He makes an appearance, we cut to black, the next morning comes and she's back in bed wondering what happened. We are anxious because we are sure that there is some kind of consequence to what we just read, but nothing. Nothing. In the whole book, we are set up for some kind of bad thing to happen, but it doesn't. It was all tied up nicely at the end, and we are left with the epilogue to see the HEA. Total red herrings I say!


Finally two things that plagued me through the series:
First, why couldn't Keira call Draven "Draven" instead of his first name "Dominic", and why couldn't she remember this in ANY reference to him in person or in passing around her family, leading to her ALWAYS saying "Dra-Dominic"? It was the one thing that made me want to go into the guts of my book and change it.

Second...I really, really, was shipping Lucius. I really liked him better and I can't wait to read his book. I hope it comes out soon. Lucius was a rock star/pirate/libertine who just seems more level headed and "fun" than Draven. Oh, I love Draven, but he turned into a two note character Note 1: sex Note 2: Protect Keira and lock her up safe. ( )
  Rellwood74 | Feb 18, 2021 |
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