A love story. Set in hell.
The daughters of a god find themselves having to meet an obligation they didn't count on. They have been pledged to marry the Princes of Hell. Hell hath no fury like a goddess forced to marry a prince of the Underworld. The Kingdoms of Hell Saga is just starting.
Imagine this, you're the daughter of Alric, a god who quite unwisely lost a battle to the King of the Underworld. Now, the terms of agreement that your father has to yield to so that he isn't banished forever is to give your hand in marriage to one of the sons of the Underworld.
This is Irina's fate.
She and her six sisters—some are half-sisters, really, but who's counting, when parentage involves gods and mortals?—have been promised to the sons of Hell. Literally.
The one that Irina's promised to?
The sharp-tongued, brutally honest Ezra, the Prince of Envy, who loves creating drama among the mortals.
Irina has her own battles to deal with, the darker side of herself that's more like a father she doesn't want to emulate. A struggle she wishes she didn't have to face as often as she does.
How do you make nice with a Prince of Hell? You don't.
Until you see something about him that you like. Kind of. A little bit. Until you try to save his life from the darkness that threatens to consume it.
Beware: Unputdownable stories of love and redemption can be found in this series of swicked action-packed fantasy with gods, goddesses, demons, hellhounds, and all the accoutrement one expects to find in the Underworld.
I really enjoyed this book. Story was pretty unique and I really liked the characters. I will say the writing seemed really rushed and there were some serious editing issues, but still worth the read!
Great read, except for distractions
I enjoyed this story, but I was constantly distracted and annoyed by dropped words. Authors need to realize that voice recognition software is far from perfect and does not eliminate the need for editing by any means; instead, it makes editing all the more critical.