The Hell Night Series continues with Judge of Hell!
Fierce, loyal, controlled. Three things Judge became at a young age.
Enduring unimaginable horrors no child should, he swore no person would dictate his or his brother's lives again.
Revenge fueled him, setting a path destined from the moment he and his brothers escaped their hell. Nothing would stop him from destroying the ones who'd wronged him, even if that meant giving up the only woman to ever make him feel more than the heat of vengeance.
He let Ellie go, threw her away, never knowing the consequences of his actions.
Twelve years later, she reappears in his life, and she has some hellacious secrets of her own. Ones that knock Judge on his ass and threaten his ironclad control.
His life quickly changes course. Priorities are shifted and sacrifices are made. Judge has a decision to make. Will he give up his incessant need for retribution? Or will he sacrifice something he never dreamed he could have, but desperately wants.
Or is it possible to have both?
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** 4 1/2 stars **
I could not wait until I got my hands on Judges story.
I was not disappointed.
I loved it!
Judge and his brothers rule the town of Malus with an iron fist.
It’s a town for families to raise their children without fear.
Where neighbors ask and help each other out.
Everyone caring about the people and the community.
But get caught abusing a child or a women.
Well Judge,who is the judge of Malus,will not only be the judge.
But jury and executioner as well.
His relationship with his women intrigued me.
For me it felt like his relationships with all of them was to fill a void in his life.
I knew he genuinely cared for them and enjoyed spending time with each one.
But I always felt there was something missing.
The friendship was very strong. But the bond of true love was missing.
Now I know the reason why.
I really liked Ellie.
She is a strong capable woman.
Ellie loves with her whole heart and soul.
Circumstances forces Ellie to seek out Judge.
From this point both of them need to determine their priorities and come to terms with the past.
I loved and appreciated how Ms. Grayson was able to bring jaw dropping unpredictable twists to the book. Freaking amazing!
The only part that was iffy for me was Ellie and Judges three women.
No matter how nice the women are or how big hearted Ellie is I just couldn’t come to terms with them being friends.
Maybe cordial and respectful in passing or gatherings. But not buddies.
Holy Smokes that ending though!
Bring on Emo’s Story!