Thursday, December 15, 2011

Blog Tour Review: Hellsbane by Paige Cuccaro

Hellsbane (Hellsbane #1)

Description

Emma Jane Hellsbane just found out she’s not human—or, at least, not only human. She’s half angel, too, and now Heaven’s got a job for her: round up all the Fallen angels and their red-skinned, horned devil-demon minions and boot their butts back into the abyss. Only problem? The demons and their Fallen masters fight back…and they don’t fight fair.
 
Luckily for Emma, she can put a stop to the constant threat of having her head hacked off if she figures out which Fallen angel is her father—and then kill him before he kills her. Of course, in the meantime, she’ll have to avoid accidentally seducing her angelic mentor, help an old friend conquer his own Fallen sperm donor, and basically save the world from a cataclysmic divine smack down.
 
No one said being Heaven’s bounty hunter would be easy. But with a name like Hellsbane, Emma Jane was born for the job.
 
Book Details
 
Title: Hellsbane
Author: Paige Cuccaro
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Release Date: December 2011
ePub ISBN: 978-1-937044-64-0
Print ISBN: 978-1-937044-65-7
Source: Bewitching Book Tours
 
Review
 
Emma Jane is minding her own business, living her normal life when fate comes knocking at her door…literally. Now Emma Jane has to learn all about being a sword carrying half angel.  I enjoyed Emma Jane’s character so much. She is one of those kick butt heroin's that you get to watch grow into their gifts. I loved that she battled with who she was and where her power came from, it made her seem more real to me.
 
Emma Jane has help figuring out all these new angelic changes: Tommy, a half angel warrior like Emma Jane. Also there is Eli an angel who is charged with training half angels and watching what goes on on earth. LOVED Tommy and Eli!!! Tommy has that boyish charm, but he was deadly when he needed to be. I really felt for him, because before Emma Jane he has been fighting alone for a long time. Eli is the man everyone would want but no one could have, because the moment Eli slips he will turn into a fallen angel, and that is what Tommy and Emma Jane hunt.
 
I loved Paige Cuccaro’s style of writing! I love Urban Fantasy anyway but Hellsbane was very visual. Cuccarro has this way of pulling you into a scene--I was smelling the brimstone, and feeling the black goo that at one time was a demon. I never felt like the pace wavered, there was a constant flow to the story.  
 
My only problem with Helsbane is that I have to wait for the sequel to come out. I have to find out what the secret is about Emma Jane! The end of the book isn’t a cliffhanger parse, but the fallen angel that Emma Jane fights at the end of Hellsbane opens up a lot of questions that I need answers to ASAP!!!
 
Happy Reading,
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Loved it! I want to know about everything this author writes.

Recommended For
Older Teen and Up: For language, violence, and light kissing.  

About the Author

  

Paige Cuccaro lives in Ohio where she spends her days as a wife, mother, avid reader and obsessed writer. She loves writing everything from laugh-out-loud young adult stories to steamy hot romances with a twist of paranormal. Witches, demons, vampires, werewolves and angels, if they can fall in love, Paige will tell you their story.

Find a few of Paige’s published works at Samhain Publishing and Berkley Books. You can also find novels from Paige’s risqué side under her pen name, Alison Paige where she’s published several erotic romances at Harlequin Spice, Samhain Publishing, and Ellora’s Cave Publishing

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3 comments:

  1. So many great recommendations lately. This sounds like something I would *love*. I'm heading over to Entangled right now. :D

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  2. I'm so glad that you found me on Follow Friday so that in turn I found your blog. I've found 3 books that I knew nothing about from your awesome blog. Thanks :)

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  3. I'm thrilled that you enjoyed Hellsbane Rebecca! I spotted it on Netgalley and have been lusting after it since then. It's always great to hear when a book with an interesting premise delivers the goods in the story. Plus I'm an angel and all things angel fangirl. :)

    Shelagh
    The Word Fiend

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