"Hell's Gates" gets 4.5 stars from me!
Caith Morningstar is the strong main character of this story. Caith is someone that you can always depend on. Her life has hit an all-time low. A lot has happened to her, but she shows strength and perseverance. Sometimes, life kicks you in the teeth or rewards you. The story focuses more on Caith Morningstar than on the romance with Samkiel, her fallen angel mate. Don't worry! You'll still get a little spice if you have patience.
Read and discover what Caith does in order to keep evil out of Orlando and her son safe. Will she deliver her brand of justice to those that deserved punishment? Who will help her?
All the scenes unfolded at a good pace throughout the story and the setting was realistic. The plot held together and characters' dialogues made sense. I got caught up in the interesting, original storyline. Readers get drama, suspense, action and romance. I was not bored with Celia Kyle and Lauren Creed's vivid storytelling. I could not put the book down.
I’m eagerly waiting to read the next book. No need to wait! The third book is out now called “Made In Hell” (Urban Fantasy) (Caith Morningstar Book 3) by Celia Kyle.
For those that missed “Hell's Chapel” (Urban Fantasy) (Caith Morningstar Book 1) by Celia Kyle it is the series starter.
I’m Caith Morningstar: bar owner, leather wearer, shoe worshipper, werewolf, Orlando’s resident ass kicker and… Satan’s niece.
Orlando—land of that famous mouse—is on day three hundred sixty-two of my demon ban and life is… boring. Until a demon finds a way around my magical blockade with a new demonic drug. Now humans are getting high and disappearing while tweeners—magical beings that live in the land between On High and Hell—are grinding on my last, violent nerve. When my son is infected with the evil taint, I realize this demon has forgotten my rules: order, secrecy, discretion, and don’t screw with me or my stuff.
Bryony is mine. Orlando is mine. This dem’s head? It’s gonna be mine, too.
But, as much as I want to deal with this alone, I can’t. I have to face Samkiel—my fallen angel mate I lost to evil. On High has given him back some of his angelic mojo and I need his purifying hand to cleanse human souls, his help tracking down the local dealer, and him at my side when we locate the dem determined to get his claws into the mouse’s house.
I lost Sam once and survived. The question now is whether I can survive losing both of the men I love most? Or rather, will the world survive?