Monday, September 24, 2012

Back To Hell


Title: Back To Hell
Author: Amber Kell
Publisher: Total E-Bound
Publisher URL: www.total-e-bound.com
ISBN/BIN: 978-1-78184-079-5
Genre: {M/M/M} Contemporary Paranormal Series
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Dragon Minx

Life as Lucifer’s son has never been easy. Luc thought things were getting better when he learns his brother Galthine has captured their father and taken over Hell, but Luc doesn’t want to get involved. He and his werewolf lover, Bran, are back together when he discovers that Nikki, his vampire soul mate, is starving to death because of their separation. It’s a situation that can’t on and he needs to make Bran understand. They don’t have a chance to talk before Galthine steps through an inter-dimensional portal and kidnaps Bran. With the help of a few weapons provided by his uncle, Archangel Michael, Luc’s ready to storm Hell and show his brother why it’s a really bad idea to make the devil’s namesake angry.

Back To Hell is the latest release in Amber Kell’s Hellbourne series. It takes up shortly after the previous release left off, so I recommend the books be read in order.

It’s a fast-paced story with an interesting, entertaining premise. I mean really. How can a story where the main character is Lucifer’s son not be interesting? His life would never be easy and that’s exactly how Ms. Kell has portrayed it. If Luc’s relationship with his men doesn’t have a problem, then there’s trouble because of his father…you remember Satan. Well, this time, Ms. Kell has thrown in plenty of twists and turns regarding both, but the one that concerns his father and brother forces Luc right back to where he doesn’t want to go. You guessed it…home…Hell! And takes both Nikki and Bran along for the ride.

It’s a pretty exciting time for all three lovers and as you can imagine, dangerous too. It also allows an unexpected change in Luc’s character. We get to see the dangerous, protective side of his personality come out. It’s well done but the sticky situation in Hell is resolved a little too quickly for my liking. What happens there to his brothers is warranted but does open the door for some pretty exciting and unwanted changes to Luc’s life after they return home. I look forward to seeing the new direction of Luc’s life with the next release.

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