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Pandora's Box (Road to Hell series #1) Kindle Edition
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Pandora's Box is book one in The Road to Hell series, however I recommend reading Madison's Life Lessons first (it is #.5 that was published after Pandora's Box).
First - I am a huge Gracen Miller fan! I have read everything I can get my hands on by her. No one, and I mean NO ONE can right a sex scene like Gracen can. They are powerful, meaningful, romantic when needed. You learn something about the characters, and most importantly to me - they fit with the story. It isn't just thrown in there as an afterthought.
What did I like about the book: Throughout the entire series, I am a huge fan of Micah's. Yeah, I know, I may be crazy - but I adore him. Then you cannot help but love Madison! I mean she is a bad ass! We also meet Nix, and although I'm always rooting for Micah, there is a part of me who absolutely loves him too.
I guess you could say that what I like best about the book...the characters. Huge shock for those who are familiar with my reviews, I know - but it is extremely important to me.
What I didn't like about the book: Not enough Micah - but that's my own personal preference.
Would I recommend the book: It isn't for everyone, but I believe Gracen realizes she writes to a specific audience. You need to be an adult who enjoys paranormal romance, who doesn't get morally offended if there is a little kink thrown in here and there. If you fit that description - then grab the book, a bowl of strawberries (yes that's for you my friend - you know who you are) and enjoy!
And that quote would be just one of the many reasons that Madison Wescott is one of the best heroines every written. It is not just the fact that Gracen developed her and totally and fully evolved her through the course of the book. It is the fact that she is not a lay down and takes it kind of girl. She rivals some of the most popular mainstream heroines in literature out there. At first I have to admit I had a huge issue with Madison, she wasn't warning up to me and I was worried that the book would fall short because of my dislike of her. Well, I really should have known better than that. I felt the same way about Mac Lane in the first Fever Series books, and then what happens? I have a woman crush on Mac by the end of the series. Well, you have competition Mac because I'm opening the door for Madison to take your place.
The story was more of an evolution, rather than a flow. There were some slow bits, and mostly those were the bits where Nix wasn't involved. Yes, I confess, where I thought he was highly immature at first I found myself needing him in every chapter or a got a bit antsy. Gracen managed to tug at every single emotional string that she could with this book. I never missed Micah, I wasn't `into him' which sort of shocks me because for the most part I usually fall for the bad boys. However, he pushes it for me one too many times. Granted, evil is evil, and only knows evil. Still, at the end there, when it is at the risk of Madison's life, he falls on my bad list and I am fully siding with Nix.
However, Nix pushes it with me too. I found myself so at odds with his man-whoring side. But don't get me wrong, without him living his life, the book and story wouldn't have been `real', he had to cope, and that is how Nix copes. He because a stable character for me, and by the end, I think I was crying through the last several chapters of the book. The moment the `deal' was made, I knew that everything was about to change and I was sobbing. Oh, yes, I was sobbing. The book has epic written all over it, and if you want me to me honest, I started out this year with stating that nothing and I mean NOTHING would top the final book in the fever series. Well, Pandora's Box just knocked it off. I am officially ruined, I believe.
I can't get the story out of my head; I can't stop thinking about what is next. It didn't help that a new character was introduced at the very end. And let me tell you I wanted to hate Alessa so bad. She was smug, cocky, and called herself Nix's `girl' too and I wanted to demon shock her for Madison. However, if Madison can look past it and be adult about it despite her hurt at knowing the past Nix and Alessa hold. I can laugh at the smart mouth on Alessa. I mean come on; you totally need some humor if you are willingly going to go to hell. My God the last few lines of the book are totally brilliant!
Madison believed she'd try. "We have bigger problems than your behavior. I only know of one way to get a living person into Hell with any hope of coming out alive." "How?" "You won't like it," Madison said. Alessa shrugged. "You'll have to sell me your soul." TO BE CONTINUED