#Review ~ A Darker Past (The Darker Agency #2) by Jus Accardo

Posted April 8, 2015 by Michelle in Review / 9 Comments

#Review ~  A Darker Past (The Darker Agency #2) by Jus AccardoA Darker Past by Jus Accardo
Published by Entangled Teen on November 11th 2014
Pages: 315
Format: eARC
Source: Netgalley
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four-half-stars

The past is Darker than they thought...

Between helping her mother with the Darker Agency and laying the smack down on monster baddies, Jessie Darker puts the “normal” in paranormal. But lately, things have gotten a little crazy...even for a smart-assed half-demon teenage girl.

For starters, Jessie’s been contracted into fifty-five years of annoying servitude. To a demon. Then there’s Lukas Scott, her sexy new boyfriend. Once the former incarnation of Wrath, he’s been going through some...uh, changes. Like residual anger. And trading chaste hangouts for lusty make-out sessions.

But it’s when Lukas and Jessie accidentally release a Very Nasty Demon that things get really bad, setting into motion a chain of death and mayhem that threatens both Earth and the Shadow Realm. Jessie has exactly four days to fix it...before all of Hell breaks loose.

This review might contain spoilers if you have not read the first book.

My Review:

I think I can officially say I like this book better than the first one. Jessie Darker is a snarky, funny, bad ass supernatural fighter, only problem is she is bound to a demon, had a demon for a dad and her boyfriend use to be Wrath, one of the deadly sins. All was going somewhat normal for her until she broke a mirror and let out a rather nasty demon.

I thought I knew Jessie in the first book but wow I found out a lot more in this one. The story was really good and you got a better picture of the history of the Darker family and their connection with the Belfair Witches one of whom just so happens to be her BFF Kendra.  You also learn a lot more about Jessie’s boyfriend Lukas and how he is handling being free of Wrath and living in present day. I love when she calls him Grandpa. Jessie’s character is really funny and I laughed out loud quite a few time throughout this book. Her sarcasm is hilarious  and even tried a bit of it on Lucifer, which is not a good idea. Jessie is also bound to a demon named Valefar who I found to be rather sexy for a demon of hell.

This book was filled with action, humor, demons and a lot of sexual tension. I loved the story and I adore the characters. I also think the ending was done very well and makes me scream for the next book. I had no problem giving this amazing book 4.5 stars my only issue was everyone just had to many secrets and no one was saying what they were. I still want to know what is really going on…can I have the next book now? Please 😉

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9 responses to “#Review ~ A Darker Past (The Darker Agency #2) by Jus Accardo

  1. I have the first book in this series on my to-read list as it sounds good, but haven’t gotten around to buying it yet. I am glad to hear this second book is good as well. I skipped over your review as I haven’t read the first book yet, but it sounds like a series I’ll enjoy.

  2. These paranormal fighter stories have been catching my attention more and more lately and this one sounds really fun. I love snarky dialogue and lots of action so I’ll have to add this series to my TBR.

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