Daughter of Death (Dark Provenance) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Erin Davidson

Daughter of Death (Dark Provenance)Daughter of Death by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daughter of Death by Lexi C. Foss is the second book in the Bad Girls project and the first book in A Dark Provenance series. The book focuses on Evangeline, as she is framed for the murder of a Demon Lord’s daughter; a crime she didn’t commit. Evangeline must clear her name, whilst trying not to kill the sexy angel she fell from Heaven for.
This book was sizzling with sexual tension between Eve and Xai, and not suitable for young audiences, because boy oh boy it is steamy! Eve definitely fit the Bad Girl profile, being the quite literally the daughter of death and vengeance. I loved her strength and fierceness , as well as her sarcasm and quick wit. Though sometimes I did try to shout at my book, desperately trying to scream sense into Eve’s head strong attitude. But that’s what a good book does, it makes you stay up all night reading it and it makes you want to strangle various characters for their recklessness. I’m looking at you Xai.
Overall I give this book 5 stars, and look forward to reading more of the Bad girls project, and more from A Dark Provenance series.

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