Back to Hell

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    Even the devil needs a little help sometimes, but for Luc, going back to hell to make things right could end up breaking him…

    Luc's life is finally starting to settle down. His wolf shifter lover is back in his bed and his father is no longer ruling hell…or Luc's life.

    Unfortunately, his happiness is only an illusion. Nikko, his vampire soul mate, is starving to death, Luc's psychotic brother is taking over hell, and the balance of good and evil all depends on Luc to set things straight.

    The archangel Michael tells Luc he needs to go back to hell to correct the problems he caused, but Luc refuses. However, some people still think Luc is a contender to be the demon lord. When his brother kidnaps Bran, Luc has to show the underworld why you don't mess with the devil's son.

    Reader Advisory: This book is a sequel to Hellbourne.

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    Number of Pages: 80
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781781840795
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    Listed in: Fiction, Fantasy, Erotic fiction, Myth & legend, Romance, Adult & contemporary romance
    Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing

    Books by Amber Kell

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