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Blurred (Kissed by Death #2)

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  370 ratings  ·  92 reviews
Cash is haunted by things. Hungry, hollow things. They only leave him alone when Anaya, Heaven’s beautiful reaper, is around. Cash has always been good with girls, but Anaya isn’t like the others. She’s dead. And with his deteriorating health, Cash might soon be as well.

Anaya never breaks the rules, but the night of the fire she recognized part of Cash’s soul—and doomed hi
Paperback, 352 pages
Published July 2nd 2013 by Entangled: Teen
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Last year I picked up Inbetween by accident and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Like most people, I am tired of YA paranormal fiction being so similiar. The concept of the reapers is unique and stands out amidst overdone ideas within the genre. I have read books about reapers before - Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamers is one of my favourites and I love the reaper character - but Fuller's interpretation of the afterlife is a favourite of mine. Also
Love a good book about reapers!
I read Blurred, not having read Inbetween (the first book in the series). While I'm sure it would have helped to know the backstory and relationships between the characters, it didn't phase me very much. You can absolutely still enjoy Blurred.

I absolutely love the cover. It's one of my favorite book covers.

The characters of Anaya and Cash were, in my opinion, executed flawlessly. I was immediately drawn to each character individually, as well as together as a coupl
Teresa Mary Rose
More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives

Last year I read Inbetween and fell in love with its sweetness and while I loved Finn, I absolutely adored Cash. So you can imagine my excitement when I found out Cash would be getting his own story. Not only did I want to see more of the world Tara Fuller created in Inbetween, but I also wanted to see where Cash’s story would lead. I have to say, Blurred was much darker than Inbetween and I was not at all disappointed by it.

I loved Cash in Inbetwe
Mallory Thorpe
Tara Fuller weaved an experience into Blurred. There is remarkable depth inside this from the characters, their journey and the dark haunted world Fuller created for her reapers. Blurred, the second installment in this series officially made me a forever fangirl. The way she blurs the line between Heaven, Hell and the inbetween with only her words is amazing. I could see the things she spoke of and feel the emotions that were evoked between the characters. Fuller knows just what to say and when ...more
Paula  from Reading Lark
4 1/2 stars, reviewed 7/2/13 on

Plenty of plot to keep things moving, and characters that pull your heart strings. As sweet as Finn and Em are in book 1, Cash and Anaya's flaws, determination and depth of love for others are even more winning.

Since I enjoyed reading book 1 so much- my review can be found here- I was excited for the opportunity to read and review book 2 of this series. Once I spent a few pages re-acquainting myself with the premise, I was chewing through p
Amy Fournier
I thought that I loved the first book, Inbetween, but this one was absolutely amazing!! I loved Cash and Anaya's story. This was even more full of tension and heartbreak than Finn and Emma's story. I was immersed in it, and I had to know where things were going. Admittedly, I did figure out something early on, but not to worry, it's revealed shortly after that anyways. I was almost cursing my perceptiveness, but it did not distract from the story at all. I found that I was able to get more easil ...more
Jenna (Bookiemoji)
Full review at Jenna Does Books

I was quite the fan of the previous book in this series, and so it was with great excitement that I began BLURRED by Tara Fuller – a story that expands upon her world of reapers and the blurred lines between life and death and heaven and hell.

I had half been expecting a story about the darkly enchanting reaper named Easton when I first found out about this second book. But I was extremely pleased when I found out that, instead of Easton, it would be told from the
Inbetween was one of my surprise fave reads of last year and I totally fell in love with Finn’s story. As much as I loved Finn I also ended up having a huge soft spot for Chase. Chase was the bad boy with the good heart who at the end of it all lost the one he loved to a dead guy. And then he lost his own life, or at least he should have done and it should have been Anaya who was supposed to do the wicked deed. But Anaya isn’t as strong as first appearances suggest. In the end she saves Chase, r ...more
Misty Baker
So, last month, when I reviewed Cayla Kluver’s Legacy Series, I swore to myself I would never again write a review that involved multiple books in a series. This did not stem from a place where I considered my review inadequate (I think I was pretty dang informative in that review) It instead came from a place of pure, unadulterated, beat-down-ed-ness (yes, I totally made that up.) Reviews are not an easy thing for me to write. Not bashing anyone else’s style (because we all have one common goal ...more
Full review is posted here.

(I admit it, I read this series out of order. It wasn't until I was about halfway through that I realized that I even *had* the first book...but by that point, I'd already decided that I had to read it. And I did--almost as soon as I finished this one. And less than 24 hours later, I was done. So...if you haven't read the first one yet, starting with the second one is do-able. But first you need to ask yourself why haven't you read the first one yet???? )

I LOVED this
*An ARC was provided by the author and Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

Who knew Death could be so appealing? I really loved the first book in the series, Inbetween, but this one exceeded all of my expectations. Once I started reading, I was hooked. Blurred was an addicting read, the forbidden love aspect achingly beautiful, and the story wonderfully told.

That cover is seriously one of my favorite covers. Ever. It's gorgeous! <3

In the first book, Cash is just Emma's bes
Melissa West
Intensely romantic, and at times chilling, BLURRED is as consuming as the shadow demons that plague its pages. Death has never been more addictive!
Donita Luz
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I know I will love this book more that the first.. I just know.. and I am so glad to say that this 2nd installment of kissed by death didn't disappoint in any way. If anything this has surpasses the Inbetween way easily. Sorry Finn, Cash is just way too adorable.


And well I have already expressed how much I loved Cash's character even from Inbetween. His happy go lucky and Devil may care attitude really made it bearable when I was h
Katrina Tinnon
Last week I reviewed Inbetween, and I mentioned how much I loved the character Cash. Well, if you loved him too, this book will be all kinds of awesome for you. Blurred is focused on the lives of Cash and Anaya.

Let me start out by saying that I freaking loved this story! Possibly even more than I did Inbetween. We pick up right after the events in Inbetween. I thought I couldn't love Cash more than I did, but I do. It's great being inside his head, and seeing things the way he does. The only pro
Maria (aka Fashionta)
Review from Confessions from Romaholics

*An ARC was provided by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

What if you were given a choice that would lead to something you’ve been working towards for a very long time? But there is a catch. Anaya is faced with this very decision. She’s waited so long to be granted entrance to Heaven, worked so hard delivering souls to the very place she herself wishes to be, where she can be reunited with her family and Tarik. All she has to do is deliv
Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Holy Reapers! OMG I love love love this series! Can I just tell you that Tara is brilliant. I mean Finn and Emma stole my heart but dang it Cash and Anaya brought it home. This story is full of love that I just could not put it down. I was so excited when I found out I didn't have to wait long to read this book. I was looking forward to reading Cash's story with Anaya.

First Anaya is such a great character. She plays her part well because she is so by the book in her job as a reaper that when she
Once again I am awed by the world Tara Fuller has created.

Having only read one other Reaper book and using that experience as a comparison, I can honestly say that this is the best Reaper series I’ve read to date. I can speak about the author’s growth (because there were leaps and bounds of growth), the incredibly solid characters and their story (they were that solid), the awesome pace that propelled you to the end and how the ambiance created along with the complexity of the story had you glu
Kelsey Ketch
And I thought Inbetween (Kissed by Death #1) was thrilling! Blurred was an amazing read, and at many a time, heart wrenching. I loved Cash from the first novel, Inbetween, and to read him in the state he was in—*shivers*—I wanted to give him as much comfort as Anaya had.

Cash was one of my two big crushes in Inbetween. And honestly, to see him struggle through living in an expired body and the choices he had to make—all of which seeming like they led to a bleak future—I really felt for him. I hat
Shy The WidowMaker
I have to say that while I loved the first book in the series I may love this one even more. I didn't think that was possible because I fell in love with Finn but now after getting more insight into Cash I think I am in love. Cash was such an easy character to love especially once you understood why he was so flawed. I felt to sorry for me and all he was going through and hated that his life was going in this direction. I loved that he was more than a typical human too and once he learned to tap ...more
I absolutely loved everything about InBetween and Finn and Emma and when I had read the summary for Blurred, I was excited to see that we'd be hearing Cash's story. He was a big part of Emma's world. Also, let's face it: He's an artist and all kinds of fictional dreamy and I just wanted to know more about him. But after reading InBetween, I definitely craved more of the Emma/Finn story. I'm so happy that they were weaved beautifully into the story, but the voice that took over became Anaya and C ...more
I really enjoyed Inbetween, the first book in Tara Fuller's Kissed by Death Series, and I loved Finn and Emma, and their story. Cash is Emma's best friend and he was one of my favorite characters in Inbetween. When I found out he was getting his own story I couldn't wait to read it. Cash is the kind of guy that sucks me in when I read a book. He hot (and he knows it), he's kind of a bad boy, is quite the ladies man, and oozes with sex appeal. Something happened to Cash in the fire he tried to sa ...more
Chapter by Chapter
Blurred by Tara A. Fuller I remember reading author Tara Fuller’sInbetweenand having absolutely adored it. Romance, grim reapers and past lives? Totally my cup of tea. I was looking forward to read the next novelBlurredand getting to see what would happen next to Emma, Finn and the cast of characters introduced inInbetween.Howeversince I went into this read completely blind I found myself a bit surprised that the story continues with different main characters than the ones used inInbetween.Inste ...more
Normally teen paranormal romances don't appeal to me but after hearing that it dealt with the topic of death I couldn't resist and accepted the ARC copy from the publisher. Several months ago, my little brother passed away and made me curious about what happens to you after you die.

What sucked me into "Blurred" was it's different outtake on the afterlife and what happens when you fall in love in the paranormal world. It actually made death sound appealing which is new for me since I am very skep
Vanya D.
NOTE: I got the eARC of this book from Entangled Teen. Thank you guys!

Well, crap. After picking up this book I realized I remembered close to nothing from "Inbetween", the prequel, and I found myself hoping that they won't be too dependent on each other. Thankfully, my hopes didn't not remain just that. In fact, whenever there was a reference to Finn and Emma's story (and yeah, I had forgotten their names too so I had to look them up. Oh, the shame!) all needed details were thoroughly explained
Rachael Woohoo
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Even though there have been so many second books that have proved me wrong, I still can't help but go into a second book apprehensively. And just having read INBETWEEN about a month ago and finding that it's one of the only paranormal books I really enjoyed, I initially was really apprehensive of BLURRED. And of course, Tara Fuller has proven me wrong again, creating an even greater story!

Anaya was such a sweet and loyal character, and I absolutely loved
3.5 stars.

Blurred is so much fun! I really enjoyed Inbetween, the first book in this series, and was especially excited for this one since it features two of my favorite characters - Cash and Anaya! And Blurred certainly did not disappoint.

I love Cash and Anaya. They're such strong, well-developed characters. Lots of YA heroines tend to be whiny and wimpy, but Anaya's the exact opposite - she's determined and will stop at nothing. Loved her! And Cash's sense of humor adds to the story so much. H
Blurred is the second book by Tara Fuller for the Kissed by Death Series. This time we have Cash story. I went back in forth in my head as to whether I would say that this book is a stand alone or would it be helpful to read InBetween. I think Tara did a good job of explaining what it means for a soul to be InBetween.I would however recommend reading InBetween because the plot line and character development prepares the reader for Blurred. I enjoyed this book. This was a quick read that I read i ...more
4 stars - Loved Cash even more & my heart broke for him

Dang it this world isn't tough. Peeps trying to be good and making mistakes but it's just hard, ya know. Really what this means is the author makes us wait till the very end to see if there can be any happiness in the mess that it took most of the book to make. Of course, that's one of the reasons that I love this authors books, hehe.

I loved the characters in this book the first time around. Seeing Emma and Finn was so great. Unlike a lo
Originally posted at City of Books

Okay first I want to say just how much I love this cover. Seriously, it's one of my favourite covers ever! With the cool shadow effects and all. And now for the book. Blurred is hands-down on of my favourite 2013 books so far. I was initially worried about reading it because I wanted Cash to remain the same confident guy he was in Inbetween. But the reason I loved Blurred so much is that I found myself connecting with Cash and Anaya so easily. Their journey defi
Originally posted on my blog:

Oh my goodness, what a fantastic sequel! In Blurred, we discover Cash's story. Quick refresher from Inbetween -- Cash survived a fire in which he should've died. Anaya, a reaper for Heaven, was supposed to have taken his soul but didn't. Ever since that incident, Cash has been seeing shadows. They haunt him. He can't sleep, he can't function, he just can't deal with having them everywhere, sucking the warmth out of every single molecule in the room. H
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Sinopsis en Español // Synopsis in Spanish 1 1 Sep 10, 2015 06:33PM  
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Tara Fuller writes books for teens. Some about witches. Some about grim reapers. All about kissing. Author of the Kissed by Death series. Look for DESCENT coming June 2nd, 2015!
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