Hell's Kitty

Hell's Kitty

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by Eve Langlais
     
 

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Good thing this Hellcat has nine lives because he's going to need them if he's going to survive Lucifer's latest scheme and land on his four furry feet.

Okay, so Felipe ate a few of the Styx sea creatures. In his defense, they were awfully tasty. Depleting the monster reservoir didn't mean Lucifer had to go all Lord of Hell on him and order him to go on a stupid

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Good thing this Hellcat has nine lives because he's going to need them if he's going to survive Lucifer's latest scheme and land on his four furry feet.

Okay, so Felipe ate a few of the Styx sea creatures. In his defense, they were awfully tasty. Depleting the monster reservoir didn't mean Lucifer had to go all Lord of Hell on him and order him to go on a stupid mission. And to Siren Isle of all places! Everyone knows males should stay far, far away from that dangerous place. The only stroke of luck is the woman he's after isn't a siren. Nor is she quite a mermaid. As a matter of fact, Jenny isn't like anyone he's ever met-so, of course, this curious cat wants her.

Except he's not the only one.

Not long after his arrival, he runs into problems, which he's only too happy to solve in a permanent and violent fashion. Getting Jenny off the island and back to Hell's inner circle is proving more troublesome than expected, though. Who knew a simple retrieval mission would signal the start of a dangerous-yet exhilarating-adventure, and despite his tomcat ways, this purring feline can't help but fall in love.

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ISBN-13:
9781499729412
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/10/2014
Pages:
226
Sales rank:
1,129,158
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

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Hell's Kitty 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Norma_010 More than 1 year ago
‘Hell’s Kitty’ is the fourth book in the Welcome to Hell series by the awesome Eve Langlais (or EveL, as her followers know her!) I received a copy in return for an honest review. I first read about Felipe, the hero, in ‘A Demon and His Witch’ the first book of this series and I was instantly intrigued. Of course, I never thought he would have his very own story, but I’m so glad he did! Felipe is a rare Hellcat. His main mission in life (aside from trying to stay on the Lord of Hell’s good side) seems to be bedding as many of Hell’s female inhabitants as he can.  Jenny doesn't know what she is – part mermaid and part something unknown – and has spent most of her life on Siren Isle, with her adoptive ‘aunts’ trying to teach her to ‘properly’ sing. Lucifer has his own agenda (as always). When he sends Felipe to escort Jenny to the inner ring of Hell, the real fun begins. I love Ms. Langlais’ writing style, and her overflowing use of sarcastic wit is an ingenious strategy in allowing the heroine to outwit the hero. It keeps me rolling with laughter while I plunge deeper and deeper into the grip of her plots.  I recommend this book, this series and this author to everyone who has any kind of appreciation for humor-ridden sci-fi/paranormal romance books that always contain lots of steam!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I laughed while reading this book, can't wait for the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hilarious
blaise_zillah More than 1 year ago
Another great read in this series. It was interesting learning about Felipe the man in this and how he dealt with everything. Jenny was a intriging character learning about her past. Was also interesting to see more of hell and some of the other people who live there. Was a great read and looking forward to the next book :)
DebbsM1 More than 1 year ago
This is the fourth book in Eve's Welcome to Hell series and this was my favorite. Eve writes a great story.This time the story is about Felipe (a Hellcat), who is basically a player. A love them and leave them guy and Jenny, a half mermaid half something.  Lucifer assigns Flipe to bring Jenny back to the inner circle.  And what happens then is funny and wonderful. I am just loving this series and can't wait for the next one.
romanceloverSC More than 1 year ago
Hell's Kitty is the latest in a series by Eve Langlais. You don't have to read them in order. it can be read as a stand alone. I can't wait to see who is matched up next.
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
Hell's Kitty can be read as a stand alone - although you will definitely want to go back and catch up once you're finished.  Felipe is your stereotypical tom cat. He enjoys women - just never more than once - and never at his place. This poses a problem to Lucifer's matchmaking schemes and he thinks he knows just how to handle it. So off Felipe goes on a retrieval mission to pick up Jenny. Jenny is something else - really, we have no idea what she is exactly. She's more of an innocent than I am used to seeing from Eve Langlais' leading ladies and I loved that about her. Now she still has the fun sarcastic mouth on her that I've grown to love and look forward to though.  Someone besides Lucifer wants Jenny as well, and Felipe finds it more difficult (and wet) than he anticipated. But through it all his cat keeps purring, espcially when she's nearby. I really enjoyed meeting some of the sirens that Jenny lives with, they were the perfect counterpoint to Felipe at the beginning of the story. There is a lot of adventure and action as we go - giving Felipe's cat a few perfect opportunities to come out and play. A fantastic book that was tons of fun to read.  *This book was received in exchange for an honest review*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. Fast pace, fun to read. definetly a book to buy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awsome!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again another amazing story in this series. Lucifer is funny as Hell (hehe) and still a matchmaking fool. Once started you wont be able to put this book down, it's nonstop fun and action. So good!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is 170 pages normal i am a little iffy about that but i rather enjoyed reading this book it was fast paced, easy to get into, and had a good story plot.  Just wish it was longer!
Donna_Hok79 More than 1 year ago
Hellishly entertaining and enjoyable to read I really enjoy this series of self contained books.  They got action, love, sex, adventure and lots of unexpected twist with humor mixed in.  Very originally story line that is very written and entertaining to read.  Had some surprises at the end that I sure didn't expect (as in who’s your daddy).  Looking forward to more books by this author as well as in this series.  I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
AnyTime_ReaderSF More than 1 year ago
I was given this book by author Eve Langlais for an honest review. This is book 4 of the series Welcome To Hell by the author and you should read the books in order. Felipe is a Hell Cat minion for Lucifer. When he gets into trouble Lucifer gives him a mission, to go to an island and get Jenny and bring her to him but little does he know the whole reason for his mission. Sounds easy enough except Jenny is on Siren Isle. Jenny is not really a siren but she doesn't know what she is but whenever she sings she ends up hurting or killing anything with in reach of her voice, even when she talks. Together with Felipe they travel to the inner circle of Hell to see Lucifer but there is nothing but trouble along the way. I enjoyed this book so much when I read it that I had to read it till the end. This book has drama, action, romance, witches, mermaids and more. This is a great read for any paranormal book lover.
Peachs44 More than 1 year ago
It’s been a while since I have had a book that I have enjoyed as much as Hell’s Kitty. I’ve been buried reading so much dark and depressing book and that I forgot how much FUN a humorous, sexy romance can be. Giggling though Jenny and Felipe’s adventures is something everyone will enjoy. This book is filled with some many wonderful characters. From the horny Sirens to the conniving scheming matchmaker Lucifer (Still laughing over the rain slicker w/rubber duckies!) you can help enjoy all of them. Of course the center of it all is Jenny. Sweet, naïve Jenny with a cute body and a voice to die for. Literal! Seems this not quite mermaid, not quite siren has a voice that maims and kills almost everyone that hears it. Makes it pretty difficult to have friends. That is until one Hellcat comes along. Felipe….purrrr! I’d like to sink my claws into him. Felipe’s dialog with everyone he meets had me in stitches. He certainly doesn’t suffer from self-esteem issues. However, when you put him and Jenny together it’s sparks and not fur that is flying. These two sizzle together and definitely crank up the heat. Their journey to the inner circle of Hell is fraught with adventures and challenges that had me laughing the whole way.  I just found my next favorite author. Eve Langlais has been on my list of authors I have been wanting to try out. I don’t know why I held out for so long. Maybe I was waiting around for the right book to come. It certainly did with Hell’s Kitty. Now that I know what I have missed out on, I have some reading to do. Now I need to go back, start this series from the beginning and get the rest of Ms. Langlais’ works. This book is well worth the read. I received this book from JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated. Stars– 5, Flames – 3
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An american helicopter flew over head it had cdc scratched into it anf was firing at all walkers on sight the hatch in the back and wolf ran firing a flare into a motel window signaling pick up
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*Hopped to another building, then went to the ground floor and ran out into the street, pushing past walkers, heading towards the motel he was staying at. He runs into a garage through a side door and closes it, locking it. The main door to the garage opens, raising above head-level. It is dark and quiet inside.*
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170 pagrs.
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Cum
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