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Hotter Than Helle
|Hotter Than Helle|
Hotter Than Helle Book Cover, written by Shawna Moore
|Publication date||April 15, 2013|
|Preceded by||To Helle and Back Again|
Hotter Than Helle is an eBook written by Shawna Moore. It is the third work in a series by this author that follows the life of the Daughter of the Devil, Hellé Hawthorn as she tries to make her way through life and love. She has most of the aspects of a Succubus in this series.
- Title: Hotter Than Helle
- Author: Shawna Moore
- Published By: Ellora's Cave
- Length: 338 Pages
- Format: Paperback
- ISBN-10: 1419968068
- ISBN-13: 978-1419968068
- Publishing Date: April 15, 2013
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After the ten-thousandth fight with her father, the Devil's daughter is forced to surrender her trident and true love in order to save Earth from devastation of a magnitude it's never known. More than a few pulses are raised when Hellé Hawthorn and her minions hit Sin City on the hottest day of summer and make their business every man's pleasure.
It’s what most would call a day from Hell. First Hellé survives a battle with ball lightning then she finds that her days in Sin City, her newly adopted, no-holds-barred home, are numbered unless she consumes a precious mineral found only in Hell. The Hell from which she’s been banished by her lascivious father, the devil himself!
Driven by Hellé’s need for the exotic element and their beyond-sexual love for each other, Hellé and her Greek lover Menlikus embark on separate, dangerous journeys with a common purpose. But the daughter of the devil’s work is never done, and while Menlikus heads to Hell, Hellé finds herself facing one erotic challenge after another. To avoid the destruction of her hard-won new identity and total domination of a less legal nature, Hellé is going to have to pull out all the stops. She can only hope that her finely honed sexual skills and her years of practicing her Hell-born wiles can save the day!
At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.