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After making a bad decision when she was very young, Kia Clementine finds herself in hell. Then, suddenly, within the time it takes for a shotgun to blast, her hell changes. Completely. Then, out of the blue, she sees Sampson Cooper, her celebrity crush. A man the whole world knows is decent. A man the world knows is loyal. A man the world knows is good. All of these very unlike her now dead husband. He's sitting at a table right next to hers. And she catches his eye.
Terrified of the interest Sam shows in her, Kia finds the courage to go out with him. Not long after, she shares her dark secrets, and Sam shares that he'll stop at nothing to gain her trust. As Sam leads Kia to heaven, Kia realizes that Sam is living his own hell. Although he gives her beauty and she gives him everything, he withholds his trust. Even with all the beauty Sam shows her, Kia wants it all. But Sam forces Kia to make a heartbreaking decision, and only she can decide. It's all or nothing.
©2011 Kristen Ashley (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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By Robin A. Gower on 01-28-17

Know what you are committing to -- it's a long book

I really had no idea what to expect from this book. It's a romantic thriller with a diffuse and improbable plot. The characters (male and female) are almost all beautiful, rich, self-centered, unintelligent, and haunted by past experiences of pain which they manage to transcend for unconvincing reasons at the author's convenience. There is a great deal of explicit sexual description that is curiously not erotic. Worst of all, the values that the author assumes her readers share with her border on the repulsive. Youth and appearance, money, self-indulgence, male bonding through violence, abuse of women are all approved. It's confusing that the heroine, abused over the course of an eight year marriage by her husband, finds happiness in submitting to the domination of an idealized hero who, though he does not hit her, treats her with disrespect and lays down all the ground rules.

Yeah, all this is pretty bad. The narrator, however, is talented and very funny. She does a great job of differentiating the voices of a large cast of characters, and handles various accents with ease. I hope she gets some more interesting (or less revolting) assignments in the future.

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By Julie on 02-11-16

Best KA book ever!

My favorite KA book by far. Narrator was phenomenal! She nailed every accent! May have to read (listen) to it again I enjoyed it so much.

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By The Mogster on 04-19-16

One of my favourites

When Kristen Ashley gets it right you appreciate what a good story teller she is. The characters can often be complex, with several storylines woven together. This book has the feel of Lady Luck and At Peace both of which I have revisited.
There is nothing quite like being drawn into a story by the first chapter . My only criticism would be the level of bad language which I think is not really necessary. Do people talk like this ? But even so, a very good book.

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By Michelle Surtees on 02-24-16

For the love of an Alpha

What did you like most about Heaven and Hell?

Everything

Who was your favorite character and why?

Kia, she is just such a strong women to still be standing tall after everything she went through.

Have you listened to any of Felicity Munroe’s other performances? How does this one compare?

N/A

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

Where can I get my very own Sam from ? Loved him,loved this book and loved how the yummy Lee nightingale made an appearance..Listen to this audio ,you will not be disappointed.

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By hazelnut on 03-17-16

Exceptional match of reader,author storyline

Would you consider the audio edition of Heaven and Hell to be better than the print version?

I have read this book and you imagine the voice and tone yourself but this rendering is just fabulous. It made it come really alive. I now have both and would say the audio is just superb

What was one of the most memorable moments of Heaven and Hell?

Sorry too hard to pick individual but I can say that the interplay of conversations are gems and even the s...t and f.....k are timed for maximum effect.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Each time she goes to run and Sam says or does just the right thing. Also the scene at the lake when they first meet

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It is a very hard book to stop. I did all my chores listening to it and it made the time fly.

Any additional comments?

I can't recommend highly enough. Kristen Ashley would have to one of my favourite authors but this audio book is superb Felicity Monroe just did it so well. I am going to track down some more of Kristens and I hope Felicity has done more of them.

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By Yevonne Meyer on 02-17-16

Spectacular story

I absolutely loved it and an awesome performance, Felicity Munroe you definitely made this book.

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