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Hell With the Ladies (Satan's Heirs) Paperback – Bargain Price, October 3, 2006

3.3 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Julie Kenner is a national bestselling author.

Kathleen O'Reilly is the author of Looking for Mr. Goodbunny.

Dee Davis is the author of Eye of the Storm.
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Product Details

  • Series: Satan's Heirs
  • Paperback: 322 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Trade (October 3, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425211827
  • ASIN: B000NJMMRC
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,884,546 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
Lucifer is ready to retire. But which one of his three sons is worthy to take over Hell? Lucifer gives each son a task with success ensuring control of the fiendish empire.

"Jack" by Kathleen O'Reilly revolves around Lucifer's oldest son, Jack Vassonovich, and his quest to purchase the Book of Souls. The lovely Gabriella D'Angelis wants to escape the dreary life of a bookstore owner. Will Jack complete his task or will he learn to love Gabriella instead?

Kathleen O'Reilly's ability to show any redeemable value in cold-hearted bad boy Jack Vassonovich is incredible. Jack is more used to the boardroom than the bookstore whereas Gabriella knows that the heart is more important than any dollar amount. The resulting clash is both sizzling and heart-warming.

"Nick" by Julie Kenner is the story of Lucifer's second son, Nicholas Velnias. Nick is a famous painter but each of his paintings captures a piece of the soul of the model. His task: to capture the entire soul of Delilah Burnett. Will Delilah's innate goodness overcome Nick's desire to please his father?

Julie Kenner is an extremely talented author with a gift at creating poignant moments out of some very unusual circumstances. Her characterizations of Delilah and Nick are captivating and very vivid as one can easily apply their circumstances to other real-life situations. Julie Kenner maintains the heat level as "Nick" is a very sensual story.

Dee Davis concludes this collection with "Marcus", the story of Lucifer's youngest son, Marcus Diablo. Marcus is assigned the task of obtaining an infamous ruby called the Devil's Delight. He'll have to work with old flame, Celeste Abbot, to locate the ruby. But what choice will he make if the Devil's Delight is located?
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This title sounds good but the stories do not live up to it. All three are very similiar and except for the fact that all the guys are great looking weasels, who would like a son of satan? They have all lived for hundreds of yrs, but we are to believe that one woman can change each of their souls.

I would think that after being irristable to women all those years that they would be quite sated with the physical aspects of living, so I was looking for something abit more spiritual to reach them. But in every story it was sex that set them free of evil.

Each story was so much alike it was a chore to read. don't waste your time or money.
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By AK on October 26, 2006
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Deciding it is time to retire so he can take a vacation, Lucifer lines up a test for each of his three sons to see which one can manage Hell best. Kathleen O'Reilly's story, Jack, tells of the first test as the millenium old casino owner is assigned to seduce the Book of Souls away from Gabriella D'Angelo. However, his failure means that middle son, Nick, will get his shot to steal the soul of a preacher's daughter, if she does not steal his heart first in Julie Kenner's entry. Finally, the youngest son, thief extraordinare, Marcus, must find the sacred ruby that was formed from the blood shed at the Cruxifiction. There would be incredible power unleashed from the devil's son holding the blood of God's Son, but Celeste's love gets in the way of Marcus' plans in Dee Davis' action packed tale.

*** Though all the stories are good, Julie Kenner's stands out as the most frightening and with the best moral to the story. Ms. O'Reilly has the most charming of the heroes, and Ms. Davis is the fastest paced. Love certainly has a more powerful punch than even the deepest evil, in fiction and life. ***

Reviewed by Amanda Killgore.
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