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Publisher Description

Fated mates? Love at first sight? I’ve been looking for my beloved for centuries, lost to me in time. Could he be the one?
Lady Hel, the goddess of death, lost her one true love centuries ago. Since then, she’s shunned all romance. She's the ruler of Helheim... until she crosses Odin, the All-Father of the Norse gods. Odin has her exiled, cursed to look for her reincarnated one, true love, who died long ago.
Now, stripped of her throne, and most of her powers, only time will tell as she tries to find her soul mate.
Harley Andersen is a seven-year college senior with no idea what to do with his life. So far all he's come up with is killing time. When his best friend dares him to hop the gate of what's supposed be a haunted house, he encounters a woman who steals a lot more than his breath. And what she's offering could give him the future he's missing.
She's a cold fish desperate to break a curse. He's a college student without direction. Could he be the one? It'll just require a trip to the past to find out.

Hellish is a sexy standalone book in the HELL CHRONICLES. Fans will recognize characters from the DRAGON SERIES, but you don't need to read them first to enjoy this fantasy romance that turns the Beauty and Beast tale on its head. Hellish is the prequel to the novel dystopian fantasy Hellbent that continues to build on the story of Hellish.

If you enjoy adventure, time travel, paranormal romance, and Norse mythology, then you will enjoy Hellish by USA Today Bestselling Author Tina Glasneck.

Enjoy all of the books in this series:
Hellish, Book 1
Hellbent, Book 2
Helltown, Book 3
Hellbound, Book 4
Hellraiser, Book 5

Fiction & Literature
April 20
Vie La Publishing House, LLC
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Customer Reviews

Tcbuck ,

A cursed goddess and the college guy

A fast read with a few Viking gods and goddesses. Can a cursed goddess fight the love of her life to end the curse? This one story I’m not sure how to explain. There is some hotness, some romance and Viking lore. I enjoyed how different the story is and am ready to read more. If you like Viking mythology mixed with some present day , then you will enjoy this romance.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

Donale ,

Short But Interesting Read

Hellish is a combination of Norse mythology, magic, romance with time travel and humor thrown in. The story line is interesting and I liked both Lady Hel and Harley. This is an easy read and am looking forward to the next in series.

Lange S ,

Cold Fish

I really wanted to like this story but just couldn’t really make a connection with the pinball like storyline. We start in the past and we come to present day with Lady Hel. The blurb says she has no use for love then she is cursed and sent to earth to look for true love? What would be the point since she has no use for love?

I really wanted to empathize with her predicament; unfortunately she’s a cold fish. She does the guy stoic thing with limited conversation, threats and very little explanation as to her reasons. She is portrayed as sexy and captivates everyone’s attention. Except for her overtly sexy costume descriptions nothing about how she is portrayed really supports this.

The one saving grace in this story is Harley. His words and actions show a very caring, albeit non-directional man. He is solicitous, chivalrous and has a very protective side. Unfortunately while he’s attracted to Lady Hel part of me kept hoping he would run in the opposite direction as the ice queen had very little warmth for him.

Harley is told to get some fighting skills in a week as they are about to time travel to the past. We get to the past and with no rhyme or reason Hel is reunited with her true love. Then we flash back to present time with Harley in a predicament and then we flash to a way for him to prevent his predicament. I mean were some pages left out to explain how all of this is supposed to make sense and work?

What saved this for me was Harley just barely, plus there were some good descriptions of past battles. Otherwise for me this story was all over the place with wooden characters and very little to make you connect or really care for at least the female lead.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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