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- Print Length: 159 pages
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- Publisher: Hart Saint Germain Productions (March 1, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00U68EHW8
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So who are the characters? Letâ€™s talk about the men. You have Theo and Sal Barbieri (Roberto is their Dad), Jason Ross (From The Gypsy Brothers Series), and Zeth Mayfair (From Blood & Roses Series). Iâ€™ll let you know that both Juliette (Gypsy Bros.) and Sloane (Blood & Roses) make an appearance, as well. Everyone else, I just want you to read and watch as it all unfolds before you.
Not gonna lie â€“ there are some seriously disturbing scenes in this first episode. Weaved throughout these intense scenes, you get bits of humor (twisted as it may be) and delicious chemistry and hot as hell sex. Iâ€™ve got to say that I couldnâ€™t put Hellâ€™s Kitchen down. I read it from start to finish after the kids went to bed. I will tell you to hide away and lock the door because it truly is an excellent read and you wonâ€™t want to be disturbed.
As I was reading it, I could picture it as a movie. You have these well thought out characters, some from different worlds and they all are moving towards the central locations where you know SOMETHING is going to happen. You just arenâ€™t quite sure what, where, and when.
The fact that we learned so much about all the characters in 150-some-odd-pages and got a feel for what they were like as humans, what brought them to where they are today, and just how screwed up their lives could be is a credit to these authors to make me feel so much in such a small amount of time.
Know going in that this is a cliffhanger, but wow, what a ride.
Hellâ€™s Kitchen is gripping, exciting, and seductive. Donâ€™t wait. Go.Get.This.Book!
I really enjoyed this first instalment in Hellâ€™s Kitchen serial. This one is only 113 pages, so a quick read, but it packs a punch.
I found myself thinking this was a very Pulp-Fiction-The-Movie-Esq style of story telling.
Iâ€™ve written two books in multiple povs so I totally dug the way the ladies, ( Lili St Germain and Callie Hart) handled Hellâ€™s Kitchen. Itâ€™s harder to write than dual pov, but I think very rewarding for the reader.
This first instalment is very much an introduction to the characters who all have their own side stories, so to speak going on, but they all connect, or eventually will. We got a nice twist and we got served up a platter of grit.
I really got a lot out of this first instalment as far as learning the characters. You get enough by being in each of their heads to get a good visual as you are reading and understanding of them throughout this book. That is the beauty of multiple povs. The picture painted is a lot deeper for a short read.
Hellâ€™s Kitchen gets straight into it from the first page. No time to waste when you are writing a novella length read.
I have not yet finished Gypsy Brothers series and the girls do state to skip Jaseâ€™s pov if you want no spoilers, then come back to it, once you have finished that series.
Eh, I went with the spoilers. I was on a roll. I havenâ€™t read Callieâ€™s, Blood and Roses series either. I have the first two or three in the series, but not started them yet. Again, I read Zethâ€™s pov in this book without any prior knowledge of the series.
I gotta say ladies, both of your crossover characters had very HOT scenes.
I am rather keen now to finish the last two books in Gypsy Brothers and also start Blood and Roses series and power on through that series.
Zeth, *waggles eyebrows* sounds rather humma! humma!
Theo and Sal Barbieri, the sons of Roberto, are great characters. Being in their heads, opposed to watching them in a more 2D way was really cool. I really like the both of them. Also we get to see the dynamic between them and their father.
Their father is rather frightening. Thatâ€™s putting it mildly. I wonâ€™t look at a deep fryer the same again.
You can't really escape hating the people your father hates, especially when your father is Roberto Barbieri. The guy's not just old school. He has a medieval mentality and can hold a far out grudge like no one else on earth. You piss him off and you can expect some serious Old Testament justice; an eye for an eye, motherfudger. And that's you getting off light.
I really liked the ladies too.
Gracie is a badass, hot chick.
Scarlett is damaged and coping, barely.
Kaitlin...hmmm jury is still out on her.
The one thing I know for sure is I could have kept reading another hundred pages at least, and that's a good thing.
A great start to a very well written first installment.