Monday, February 25, 2013

Hell's Gift

Author: K.S. Haigwood (Kristie Haigwood)
Published: 11 February 2013
Genre: Paranormal/Romance
Pinky's rating (out of 5): 5 dragonflies

Book Description
Depression consumes the guardian angel, Rhyan, after his human charge chooses her soulmate over him. Filled with anger and despair, he lashes out. And when his hate-filled words land him neck-deep in Hell, he realizes he's gone too far. He expects trouble, but not to discover his own soulmate in the fiery depths. Abigail is there with good reason, but she's done her time, and in order to save them both, Rhyan must strike a deal with the Devil. The stakes are higher than ever before, with his soul, his friends and even the fate of Heaven and Earth in jeopardy. If he fails, Rhyan stands to lose more than he ever feared. Will true love be denied? It will take everything he's got to break down the traps Lucifer puts in his way. New lines are drawn and old scores are settled, and Rhyan is in for the fight of his life. With Abigail as the prize, and humanity in the balance, he will stop at nothing to claim...Hell's Gift.
My Thoughts
After reading Save My Soul, and being intrigued by Rhyan's character, I was interested to see how his story developed in Hell's Gift, and I wasn't disappointed.
I must say though, when the secrets of the Sydes were revealed early on I immediately thought WHAT are your doing, this is so going to ruin a great storyline. But NO I was definitely wrong on that account. The wonderful author that is Kristie Haigwood managed to keep the suspense and intrigue going all the way to the last Syde of Hell, and then wrapped it all in a little bow to ensure that everybody got what they wanted.
Again, I laughed and cried as the relationships between the characters in this book came to life and reinforced the earlier belief that yes, everybody does have a soulmate, you just have to keep looking to find them.

1 comment:

  1. I am speechless. It is such a wonderful feeling to have created a world that so many other people see through my eyes. I'm humbled that my readers connect so easily with my characters. It makes me want to write more and more. Thank you, Sharon. The review was beautiful. I hope to keep surprising you.