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I think Robyn Peterman is a very talented author whose stories are creative, and laugh out loud funny, and I've really enjoyed "The Hot Damned" series. However, there are some differences from the first two stories in the series, which isn't necessarily bad.... just different.
This is Dixie's story, and while it has some of the characters from the first two books, "Hell on Heels" could actually be a stand alone story. Dixie is younger, 21 years old, so the story is more of a YA PNR. There are some "steamy scenes" and two smoking hot angel brothers, the angel of light, and angel of death, but with school and the Angel, Demon dance, it does have a YA feel. The biggest difference is the change of narrators. This story is told from Dixie's POV, so it makes sense for her to have her own voice and Amanda Ronconi is a very good narrator.
While my review is based on this story being more of a YA PNR, the story was fun to listen to, and full of wacky characters, who were snarky, sassy, and sexy. There's also plenty of drama, suspense, and some steamy sex scenes.
I look forward to the next book in the series "Fashionably Dead in Diapers" and hope there will be an audiobook for Heathcliff's story "Fashionably Hotter Than Hell." It would be awesome if his story could be narrated by male.... maybe Phil Gigante, Ryan West or some one with a really sexy voice.
Great story for PNR fans, and well worth the time spent listening to the story.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
all the books in this series should be read by Amanda Ronconi she brings the characters to life. the story is great . loved the little twists and how the characters all interacted with one another.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This is the best book in the entire series. I am not sure if you just get numb to the rubbish that comes from the characters mouths or your brain gets overloaded & shuts down. Same old recycled monologue. Same over dramatic dialog but a pretty good story. I truly want to do physical harm to the editor. This author has a really good imagination: the stories are interesting & fun but totally spoiled by lazy writing, recycled dialog (I could scream with the sexual references of 'riding him till he goes blind') & poor constructed conversations. This should have been ironed out in the first book. This series could have been great but due to the poor judgement & management of this author : they are condemned to being okay.