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A little sin can be deadly…
Jessie Darker goes to high school during the day, but at night she helps with the family investigation business. Cheating husbands and stolen inheritances? They’re your girls—but their specialty is a bit darker. Zombie in your garage? Pesky Poltergeist living in your pool? They’ll have the problem solved in a magical minute. For a nominal fee, of course…
When gorgeous new client, Lukas Scott, saunters into the office requesting their help to find a stolen box, it sounds like a simple case—until the truth comes out. The box is full of Sin.
Seven deadly ones, in fact.
They’ve got five days to recapture the Sins before they’re recalled by the box, taking seven hijacked human bodies with them. Easy peasy—except for one thing…
There’s a spell that will allow the Sins to remain free, causing chaos forever. When the key ingredient threatens the life of someone she knows, Jessie must make the ultimate choice between love and family—or lose everything.
Darker Days is a laugh-out-loud, thrilling start to a new series, gifting us with a protagonist whose sarcasm charms and whose acknowledgement of her own flaws has us falling more and more in love with her with each page. In addition to a standout young heroine, we are also treated to a well-exec... ...more
Darker Days by Jus Accardo was such an amazing book! After reading the synopsis, I knew the story would be right up my alley, yet the tale and, in particular, the characters, were more intriguing and laugh-inducing than I had previously hoped. The Darker Agency and family will certainly give the... ...more
Достаточно увлекательная, веселая и динамичная книжечка. Чересчур наивная на мой взгляд , не в плохом смысле слова. Демоны, конец света, любовь- морковь :) ...more
Oh, this was such a great book, really entertaining and interesting, and now to read more! ...more
Four Stars: An exciting and funny beginning to a new paranormal series.
Jessie so hates having to do penance. It wasn't her fault that her classmates paid her to take some incriminating pictures of the school principal with his much younger girlfriend. Was it her fault he was cheating? Nevertheles... ...more
*Thanks so much to Entangled Teen for the review copy!*
Jus Accardo has blown me away once again; apparently she can do no wrong for me when it comes to her books!! I devoured this book in one setting and my only regret was that the next book wouldn’t be in my hands for a while!
Let me start off by... ...more
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Jus Accardo is one of my favorite authors as she always creates outstanding and very unique characters. Her “Toxic” series managed to completely blow me away, so I was eager to read about her new series featuring a girl who runs a “demon” agency with her mom! B... ...more
Darker Days by Jus Accardo was a light, entertaining read featuring a feisty heroine and a great mother-daughter relationship. I do think however that I was in just the right mood for this novel as I wasn’t as bothered by certain things that typically annoy me (e.g. insta-love).
The main character... ...more
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Darker Days wasn't exactly wasn't what I expected. I thought it would be creepier and not as predictable. However, it's still very good.
Jessie's voice sounds like a typical teenager. It doesn't seem like Just Accardo is trying,... ...more
Seven Deadly sins. One sexy deadly sin. Yeah, just to get you started. I loved this book! The cover was gorgeous, the story amazing, the characters appealing. Jessie Darker is a very strong chick, I loved her for it. She was fearless, driven and ready to pow-wow some Deadly Sin butt. Another aspe... ...more
Jus Accardo has proven to me that I should pay attention to her books. She writes exciting, no ordinary stories with strong, kickass, cool heroes (and heroines) and with many twists. And in case of Darker Days, we got the same.
Jessie (the protagonist) almost the same as Dez in Denazen series.... ...more
Jus Accardo is one of my favorite YA paranormal authors and after 3 successful books from her, I've vowed to everything that she writes in the future. When I found out about her new series coming out, I was beyond ecstatic because I knew that she would deliver yet another fantastic series I could... ...more
Totally different to the amazing Denazen series but love this book too . . . the start of yet another great series from Jus Accardo!
I won this in the e-arc giveaways run by Jus Accardo & Entangled Teen, in exchange for my honest review. I would definitely pick this one up from a boo... ...more
Author, Jus Accardo, has done it again with this brand new series that I was totally dying to read! And let me tell you, Darker Days did not disappoint! Strong female lead, swoon worthy boyfriend material, and a storyline that is so gripping that you’ll have a difficult time putting it down.
Darker Days is one of those books that pretty much has it all. Originality. Amazing pacing. GREAT characters. An awesome storyline. Excellent weaving of threads like an expert knotter (what?).
It is also what I suspect to be another GREAT first book in an exciting new series.
Ms Accardo,... ...more
Darker Days Review on K-Books
Oh. My. Word! There are no words to explain just how excited I was to get hold of this book. Right from the moment I got an ARC of Touch I have been an enormous fan of Jus Accardo. I just adore all her books. They are just fantastic. When I heard of this new series I... ...more
Review: 4 out of 5 stars
I am a huge fan of Jus Accardo’s Denazen series so I was really eager to get hold of Darker Days, the first book in her Darker Agency series so I did a little happy dance when I found out I had won an ARC copy through Entangled Teen.
Seventeen year-old Jessie Darker is a l... ...more
Seven Sins. Six innocent people. Five days. Piece of cake...
Jessie and her mom come from a long line of Darker's that take care of paranormal problems. Lukas Scott enters the agency with a big problem. The box full of the seven deadly sins has been opened and released him and six other sins. See... ...more
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Darker Days is a great start to a new promising paranormal series by the author of ‘the Denazen series’. The synopsis is very accurate about what to expect from the book – 17 yr old Jessie Darker and her mother Klaire run a PI compan... ...more
Oh, Jus Accardo, you slay me with your funny characters, clever plots, and impeccable writing. Darker Days is your light and funny paranormal romance that pulls you in and keeps you entertained and engaged all the way until the last page. It was fast-paced and I loved the way she handled the para... ...more
I would like to thank the author for providing me a copy of her book for an honest review.
I wasn’t sure how I was going to like this book. Honestly, I don’t remember requesting to read it for review, but it was provided to me so I did and I’m glad I did. This book is takes the entire bad boy, goo... ...more
Darker Days is fast-paced fun, featuring Accardo's signature snarky, strong female characters! I'm a fan of Accardo's Denazen Series, so I was excited to see a new series from Entangled Teen. Darker Days introduces the Darker Agency - Mother-Daughter private investigators that specialize in the p... ...more
Nice start. To the series, that is.
Jessie Darker is a kick-ass-and-take-names kind of girl - a good thing since she's half demon (her dad hold dual citizenship in hell) and works past-time at her mom's detective/"otherworlder" agency. Part time work kicking demonic ass, that is. Things are going... ...more
I dint`t know what the book was about. I dint`t read the description, I want to be surprised. And I was. Jessie it is like every teenager out there. Except for one thing: she knows that the humans are not the only one who live on earth. She and her mom own a agency, who help people with missing p... ...more
When this was released two years ago it was marketed as the supernatural Veronica Mars.
After finishing it, I will happily agree to that comparing.
The fun parent-kid realationship is there, between the mom and daughter here just as great banter.
The private eye element is strong, there is both sma... ...more