Thursday, July 3, 2014

Review: Hell's Kitty (Welcome to Hell #4) by Eve Langlais

Title: Hell's Kitty (Welcome to Hell #4)
Author: Eve Langlais
Source: Author Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novel
Release Date: June 17, 2014
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

Rating - 5
Sexual - 4

Can one woman handle two dominant men intent on staking their claim?
Good thing this Hellcat has nine lives because he’s going to need them if he’s going to survive Lucifer’s latest scheme and land on his four furry feet.

Okay, so Felipe ate a few of the Styx sea creatures. In his defense, they were awfully tasty. Depleting the monster reservoir didn’t mean Lucifer had to go all Lord of Hell on him and order him to go on a stupid mission. And to Siren Isle of all places! Everyone knows males should stay far, far away from that dangerous place. The only stroke of luck is the woman he’s after isn’t a siren. Nor is she quite a mermaid. As a matter of fact, Jenny isn’t like anyone he’s ever met—so, of course, this curious cat wants her.

Except he’s not the only one.

Not long after his arrival, he runs into problems, which he’s only too happy to solve in a permanent and violent fashion. Getting Jenny off the island and back to Hell’s inner circle is proving more troublesome than expected, though. Who knew a simple retrieval mission would signal the start of a dangerous—yet exhilarating—adventure, and despite his tomcat ways, this purring feline can’t help but fall in love.
A Demon and His Witch (Welcome to Hell #1) - Review
A Demon and His Psycho (Welcome to Hell #2) - Review
Date With Death (Welcome to Hell #2.5) - Review
A Demon and Her Scot (Welcome to Hell #3) - Review

I have included links to our reviews for previous books in the series (written by another reviewer from our site), but Hell's Kitty can be read as a stand alone - although you will definitely want to go back and catch up once you're finished.

Felipe is your stereotypical tom cat.  He enjoys women - just never more than once - and never at his place.  This poses a problem to Lucifer's matchmaking schemes and he thinks he knows just how to handle it.  So off Felipe goes on a retrieval mission to pick up Jenny.  Jenny is something else - really, we have no idea what she is exactly.  She's more of an innocent than I am used to seeing from Eve Langlais' leading ladies and I loved that about her.  Now she still has the fun sarcastic mouth on her that I've grown to love and look forward to though.

Someone besides Lucifer wants Jenny as well, and Felipe finds it more difficult (and wet) than he anticipated.  But through it all his cat keeps purring, espcially when she's nearby.  I really enjoyed meeting some of the sirens that Jenny lives with, they were the perfect counterpoint to Felipe at the beginning of the story.  There is a lot of adventure and action as we go - giving Felipe's cat a few perfect opportunities to come out and play.  A fantastic book that was tons of fun to read.

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