To Catch Her Death Blog Tour w Giveaway!

Hello everyone! I’ve got another good one for you! Hope you week is going well, and let me show you some goodies to make it even better! 

To Catch Her Death (Grim Reality, #1)

To Catch Her Death    

Grim Reality Series

Book One
Boone Brux

Genre: Paranormal Humor     

Publisher: Red Hot Publishing

Date of Publication: Oct. 2013

ISBN: e-book – 9781938601118

Print – 9781938601125

Number of pages:250

Word Count: 60K

Cover Artist: Jennifer Meyers & Hot Damn Designs 

Book Description:

What do you get when you cross a hockey mom with the grim reaper? Me, Lisa Carron.

If being a depressed, frumpy, widowed mother of three wasn’t bad enough, I just discovered I’m a grim reaper. I know what you’re thinking. Wow, that’s kind of sexy and full of awesomeness. Hardly. Oh, and my clients? Stupid people. Like I don’t get enough of that from the living.

Since Alaska is big and angels of death are few, I’ve been partnered with reaper extraordinaire, Nate Cramer. He’s strong, silent, and way too good looking for my recently widowed state. Oh, and he reaps violent criminals, so that should be interesting.

Forget the danger and the hours of self-analysis it will take for me to find my reaper mojo. My biggest problem? Hiding it all from my overly attentive family and nosy neighbors. Now that’s going to take a miracle.

Short Excerpt:

“You’re not welcome here.” He took a step forward and I slapped my hand against the wall, blocking his path with my arm. If he was a grim reaper then maybe he couldn’t enter my house until he was invited—like vampires. “Be gone.”

He smirked. “I’m not a vampire.”

“I know you’re not. There’s no such thing.” I rolled my eyes, trying to give the impression I hadn’t totally been thinking that. “What do you want?”

“Give me ten minutes. Then I’ll leave and never bother you again.”

It sounded too good to be true. “Never ever?”

“I promise.”

He didn’t do any kind of scout’s honor hand gesture, so I didn’t know if I could completely trust him. “Ten minutes.”

In that amount of time, he could have me sliced up and vacuum sealed, but what choice did I have. I spun and walked into my kitchen. The idea of he being a grim reaper was the lesser of two evils made me want to laugh. Not in a haha, ironic isn’t it way. But a deeply disturbed things keep getting weirder and weirder way.

His footsteps followed. I cursed myself. He’d probably leave big, stupid dirt marks all over my sparkling floor. I scooped up my glass and turned to face him. My upbringing forced me to offer him a drink. “Would you like a glass of wine?”

He held up a hand and shook his head. “No, thank you.”

Hmm, very polite—for a killer. I pulled out the chair and sat, indicating he should do the same. I sipped slowly, wishing it was something stronger. “Okay, speak.”

He lowered himself into the chair and propped his elbows on the table, leveling a stare at me. “You are a grim reaper.”

“So you’ve said.” I took another drink and set down my glass. “Are we done?”

“Hardly.” He eased back and sized me up, his gaze narrowing. “All right then, you explain what happened at the Holiday station this morning.”

I considered giving him Vella’s explanation, but those reasons sounded even more ridiculous than reaping a soul. I decided to change tactics. “Let me ask you this. Why do you think I’m a reaper?”

“We recently lost one of our own and you came on our radar as the next reaper in line.”

“Lost one of your own?” I didn’t like the sound of that at all. “You mean one of your reapers died?”

He shifted in his chair. “Yes.”

“That’s a bit ironic isn’t it? The angel of death dying.”

He shrugged. “We’re mortal, tools for the greater good of mankind.”

I refrained from telling him how much of a tool I thought he was. “Isn’t the grim reaper immortal?”

“You watch too many movies.”

That was true but I didn’t confirm his statement.

My Review:

What a fin little crazy story. 🙂 This one was fun, and real, and goofy, while being so believable! The main character is a mother, has financial issues, maybe a little chubby, and pretty much uses ice cream as a cure-all. Heh, well it’s not coffee hahahaha though I love my coffee!! She’s takes care of things and makes sure that things keep on, keeping on. AND she takes a job as a REAPER. It’s kind of hilarious. And things don’t follow the exact rules that a lot of others do which make it less predictable, therefore more likable for me 🙂 

Lisa is just funny, she has some great little comebacks, and she’s chubby like me 🙂 YAY! LOL He’s got some serious marital problems, she’s got teenagers, and she needed this job. She has some issues with rule following and authority, so let’s just say she’s got a big ride ahead of her. AND now she has a new partner, named Nate, who has a raven. Yep, the bird. 

There’s some excellent side characters. I LOVED them. If Lisa wouldn’t have been such a funny character, I may have said some of these secondary characters will rival her for my favorite. There’s some great plot lines, and things that are happening on the sidelines with the reaper part. There’s a really good, fun, wonderful story here. It’s just a fast paced entertaining read. And the writing is so well done, that you’ll be giggling out loud with people looking at you like you’re nuts! I recommend this one for when you just need something to pick you up. A FANTASTIC FUN FILLED 5 PAWS!! 

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About the Author:

As a bestselling author, Boone Brux’s books range from high fantasy to humorous paranormal.

A former nanny, Boone has lived all over the world, finally settling in the icy region of Alaska, where she writes full time. Always looking for the next adventure, it’s not unusual to find her traversing the remotest parts of the Alaskan bush. No person or escapade is off limits when it comes to weaving real life experiences into her books or blogs.


I am offering one lucky winner an ebook copy of this book. Just leave a comment! GOOD LUCK!!! 

Enjoy and good luck! Happy reading and later gators! 


5 thoughts on “To Catch Her Death Blog Tour w Giveaway!

  1. noraadrienne says:

    I love the premise of the book and would love to own the ebook of the story. I hope this will be my lucky entry for the day.

  2. Natalia J says:

    Love the synopsis of the book. Will add it to my books to read list .

  3. Boone Brux says:

    Thanks for such a lovely review.

  4. bn100 says:

    Cute cover

  5. Catherine T. says:

    Love the premise of the book! Sounds like I’m going to be getting a lot of weird looks for my husband – he’s always so nosey when I start laughing at books! Such an adorable cover too, hehe :).

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