Straight to Hell
Pages no: 179
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
This is a very interesting take on a supernatural creature that I don't know a lot about. Succubi are not a topic often covered by authors, but that is exactly what Lilith Straight became upon her death. It turns out that it is a family curse pretty much. It goes all the way back to the Salem Witch ...
“Straight to Hell” has one of the covers once upon a time I would shy away from. Not anymore and just like first gem Michelle Scott does not disappoint. Not only does the storyline follow its title when Lilith has the added bad luck to be hit by a car and is sent straight to hell, her last name is S...
I received this book through the R2R program. Thank you to Michelle Scott for giving us the opportunity to read and review her novel. I actually gave this book 2½ ♥'s, but as GoodReads does not allow for ½♥'s, I rounded up to 3.I was really looking forward to this book, I had previously fallen in ...
Don't pay attention to the unfortunate cover, this book is funny, smart and sad at the same time, and certainly worth your time. It works, simply because each of us can relate to Lilith. She is thirty something, recently divorced, saddled with a daughter whom she loves dearly, a distantly related he...
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