Heavenly Hell | Aria Williams
Release Date: April 24, 2013
Buy Link: Amazon
Summary from Goodreads:
You’d think being stuck in the body of a beautiful seventeen year old girl forever would be a gift. But when you are fallen, it is more like a curse.
Indiana was a beautiful angel, enjoying the perks of Heaven, until she was tricked by a demon to fall in love with him. She was forced to fall from Heaven and remain in her seventeen year old form, banished to Earth, for all of eternity.
Now, unable to cope with her banishment, she is a seemingly normal seventeen year old girl by day, while she spends her nights punishing men for the wrongs they have committed against women.
Although Indiana has lived on Earth for thousands of years, she recently settled into a small town, where she has finally been able to make some lasting friendships. When a handsome, mysterious boy comes to town, Indiana knows something is not right. He might end up her ally, or she might end up in the fight of her life.
Be sure to check out Book #2, Heavenly Hunted HERE.
I am an author with Limitless Publishing who loves to write YA and paranormal romance.
What I Thought. . .
My very first Aria Williams book was Banished From Grace and I loved the idea of the book and the overall story line. As for Heavenly Hell, I still loved the story line and characters, but I wish the start of the story was as fast paced as the ending.
In Heavenly Hell, you meet a fallen angel, Indiana, who can best be described as a ball of fire. I just loved her spunk and sharp tongue. You also meet Nate. A gorgeous human who has been instructed to kill Indiana, no questions asked. You’re definitely in for a ride with these two, especially once you reach the end of the book! You’ll be left anxious to dive into book #2!
One things for sure, if you’re a visual person, the descriptions and imagery in this book won’t let you down! You’ll be able to picture each and every scene as it plays out. I did enjoy this book, but wasn’t a big fan of how slow the start of the book seemed to be for me. I do want to read the next thought, because with a cliffhanger like that..I must know what happens next!
3.5 out 5 stars.