Daring the Devil

Daring the Devil

by Natasha Larry, Lindsey R. Loucks


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Daring the Devil by Natasha Larry, Lindsey R. Loucks

Hell hath no fury like its princess...

Every sixteen-year-old thinks her mom is the Devil sometimes. But Kiera Morningstar's mother really is the Queen of Hell. And she expects Kiera to earn her right to the throne by taking a soul. When Kiera fails-again-her mom banishes her from Hell to live among humans.

At least, that's what she wants Kiera to believe.

When Kiera lands at Miss Molly's School for Troubled Teens, she learns that someone is dead set on de-throning the Morningstars by any means necessary, including stealing the key and opening the Gates of Hell.

Now, demons are free to roam the earth-and both Kiera and her mother are in danger.

Even stripped of her powers, Kiera refuses to be a meek princess. With the help of angels, saints, and an oddball group of human friends, she sets out to recover the key and close the gates.

But what she finds instead could change Heaven, Hell, and everything in between.

DARING THE DEVIL is Game of Thrones meets The Godfather meets The Exorcist--get your copy now for a Hellish good time!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546667575
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/12/2017
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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Masbjs More than 1 year ago
Kiera Morningstar is the princess of Hell. In order to secure her right of succession to the throne, she must reap a soul from the "nest" aka Earth. Her problem? She can't bring herself to do it..... When she fails for the third time, her mother banishes her to Earth without her powers. She becomes Kiera Morrison, a troubled teenager one step away from being sent to a juvenile detention centre. This is definitely a riches to rags story with a very different spin on it. Overall, it was a great introduction for this series and I got a fair few laughs out of it as well. I would recommend this to anyone who likes the YA Urban Fantasy/Paranormal genres. I was gifted a copy of this which I voluntarily read in exchange for an honest review.