This has been such an original idea that I'm loathe to give too much away. I can say Ruby is part of a very special family and she had twin siblings who had the uncanny knack of refusing to die! Now I did state "had" and although Roxanne is alive and kicking (with her hunky but oh so dangerous ex-Reaper Santo), her twin Reece sacrificed his life and is now trapped with the Demons in Beyond. Ruby is the oldest, the normal one, and yet recently she has started seeing ghosts. When she finally sees Reece he's not alone, no, Demons are with him!
John is much more than he appears. Smooth, rich, an entrepreneur but also someone with ties to the Beyond, with an agenda entirely of his own! John sees things others cannot and when he sees Ruby apparently communicating with Demons he's not exactly sure which side she's on. One thing is certain, Ruby is in danger and John feels driven to save her but can he trust her and more to the point; can Ruby trust this man who hides just what he really is?
The Seven Sins of Ruby Love is a paranormal story that feels unlike others I've read and yet unfortunately, I didn't feel it was as strong as the previous books. Perhaps it's that Ruby was always the very human sibling without 'gifts' and I was a tad confused as to why things would manifest now. Her grief possibly? What is very strong is the sizzling connection between the couple and I loved the way John would tease her. For me, at times their relationship overshadowed the action but it's a romance so I do understand the reasons.
John has done incredibly awful things and is prepared to go to any lengths in his desire to finally get closure but it all ultimately comes down to Ruby and it's such a fascinating way to end this series. My only slight niggle is, we didn't really get to see much of the villain so I didn't quite root for Ruby and John as much as I wanted but I cannot deny the ending felt right. It was a little sad but a whole lot more positive which is a good way to end the Beyond series.
This voluntary review is of a copy provided for me and these thoughts are own honest opinion.