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About the Book
As if being Satan’s daughter isn’t bad enough, Daddy Dearest shows up on my seventeenth birthday and says I’m required to report to Hell for one year of Temptress Training—joint custody is such a bitch. Not only do I have to take classes like Granting Wishes in Exchange for Souls, Which Demon to Send, and Getting People to Commit the Seven Deadly Sins, everyone already hates me.
My dad wants me to stay and rule the kingdom with him, but I’m determined to just do my time and return to my life on Earth. But the pull of Hell is stronger than expected, and otherworldly creatures keep attacking me, making it clear someone wants me dead. Then there’s Tristan, the damned boy with the no-longer-beating heart of gold. Now I’ve got an impossible choice: keep my soul or ensure the safety of the boy I’m falling for.
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NICUnurse’s Review of Hell High by Cindi Madsen
Hell High is an all-new young adult paranormal/urban fantasy by Cindi Madsen. I’m not a huge urban fantasy fan, but I am a huge fan of Cindi Madsen’s words, so I had to give this book a try. Honestly, I was a little hesitant going into the story, but what it turned out to be rather quickly was a very pleasant and surprisingly addictive read. And it’s live just in time for the Halloween season.
What I Liked Most About the Book: Our sassy, snarky heroine, Lily. Told completely from Lily’s point of view means that Hell High is full of sass, snark, and sarcasm…three of my favorite things to read. And then there’s Tristan, our handsome, sexy, brooding reformed bad boy who made the ultimate sacrifice for someone he loved. *sigh* At 17, I’d have wanted him too!
NICUnurse’s Rating: For a book set in Hell, you’d think this would be a pretty heavy read, but there’s enough sarcasm and snark to keep it light in places. I was pulled in from the very beginning and honestly had a hard time putting it down to actually get some sleep. After living in one of the most difficult times we’ve faced in my lifetime, escaping into Hell seemed…odd at best. But Cindi Madsen is a very talented writer and storyteller, so I shouldn’t have been surprised that she gave us almost a comedic escape that also had some heavier underlying themes that didn’t actually feel like they were weighing me down. I’m still not quite sure how she pulled all of that off, but she did it brilliantly in this book. I’m not always a big YA urban fantasy fan, but if she decides to write another book like this, I’m definitely going to be picking that one up, as well! If you like YA, paranormal romance, or urban fantasy–or all three–I think you’ll end up loving this book too. And even if you don’t, I’d still highly recommend giving this one a try.
I give Hell High by Cindi Madsen 5 out of 5 propellers!
About the Author
Cindi Madsen is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and young adult novels. She sits at her computer every chance she gets, plotting, revising, and falling in love with her characters. Sometimes it makes her a crazy person. Without it, she’d be even crazier. She has way too many shoes, but can always find a reason to buy a pretty new pair, especially if they’re sparkly, colorful, or super tall. She loves music and dancing and wishes summer lasted all year long. She lives in Colorado (where summer is most definitely NOT all year long) with her husband, three children, an overly-dramatic tomcat, & an adorable one-eyed kitty named Agent Fury.
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