by Cambria Hebert


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Book three in the Heven and Hell series.
Betrayal burns. Death hurts and the clock ticks...
Minutes and hours stretch into days. How long can Sam survive being confined in Hell? I have a plan... a plan with a lot of holes. I need someone who can make up for my weaknesses, someone who possesses the power that I lack. Riley is supposed to be off limits. He's dangerous, he's mean and he's not to be trusted. But I do.
Beelzebub is on a tirade, bent on revenge. I took what he wants and sent him into the flames. I will wear the scars of his punishments forever. But scars don't scare me anymore.
On my way to free Sam I find my true path, a secret place and new allies. But in Hell nothing is easy... and everything is cruel. The only thing left to do is survive.

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ISBN-13: 9781938857065
Publisher: Cambria Hebert
Publication date: 11/20/2012
Series: Heven and Hell Series , #3
Pages: 396
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)

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Tirade 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The books in this series just keep getting better and better. I loved the ride that I have been on with Sam and Heaven, and all the other characters that are in the story as well. You keep finding new and exciting ways to keep us interested in these books. I'm so glad that you make Heaven more capable of doing things on her own and less dependent on Same. Love the struggle of good and evil going on also. I really get into Riley's character also. Very intriguing story, can't wait to read the next book.
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Danielle_C_Smiley More than 1 year ago
The Heven & Hell books keep getting better and better!!! Genre: YA Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance Publisher Type: Indie, Self My Rating: * * * * * My Review: The Heven & Hell books keep getting better and better!!! Heven really grows into her own and continues to discover new things about herself. Heven's character growth is one of my favorite things about this whole series and it's great to see her in full-out heroine mode in Tirade. She takes crazy risks to do so, but Heven is determined to rescue Sam. She seeks out Riley, who everyone (Sam included) thinks is pure evil. Heven sees the good in him (so very true to her nature). Can she trust him? Hmmmm.... I wouldn't want to give anything away. I always love when a character's motives are questionable; the mystery and suspense of it is thrilling. I really enjoy Riley's character. He's a fun character with great snark; you also see the battle of good verses evil within him. I'm really intrigue where things will go from here with him, especially with that epilogue! Tirade is suspenseful, action-packed, full of plot twists and turns (love the twist on who Beelzebub is really seeking!!!) and stamped with that trademark soul-deep love between Heven and Sam. I really loved this book and am now just desperately waiting to see what happens next!!! Cover Art: This is the author's husband!!! How cool is that?!? I love all her covers, though I do miss the gold sparkle of the first few. Check out the graphic artist, Mae I Design, who does all the Heven & Hell covers. Quotes that made me giggle from Heven: I looked at the fork still clutched in my hand. It made a pretty good weapon. I stuck it in my pocket - a girl in my situation never knew when she might need a fork. We all feel into silence. Gemma was probably wondering if Cole was still in love with Kimber. Cole was probably wondering what he said to make me yell, and I was lying there desperately trying not to vomit. What a group we made. Even after the dragon ate his snack, he stood there as if waiting for something. I thought after his chocolate fix (a dragon with a chocolate addiction is so unreal it can only happen in my life), he would fly away. I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. See more of my reviews on my blog (blogspot) Known to Read.