Heaven's Key

Heaven s Key Jael swears like a sailor drinks like a fish and gambles like a card shark but the thing she does best is kill demons Her goal in life is to remove every last abomination from the face of the Earth

  • Title: Heaven's Key
  • Author: Electa Graham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jael swears like a sailor, drinks like a fish and gambles like a card shark, but the thing she does best is kill demons Her goal in life is to remove every last abomination from the face of the Earth She doesn t like it when her rich Aunt Bevie insists she take a partner, and she hates it when he turns out to be a young newbie who only wants to hunt for the thrill It isJael swears like a sailor, drinks like a fish and gambles like a card shark, but the thing she does best is kill demons Her goal in life is to remove every last abomination from the face of the Earth She doesn t like it when her rich Aunt Bevie insists she take a partner, and she hates it when he turns out to be a young newbie who only wants to hunt for the thrill It isn t until Cain, the son of Lucifer comes to her in her dreams and tells her she s the Key to Heaven s Gate that she realizes she needs all the help she can get Cain doesn t just want her to help his father get back into Heaven he wants her to rule Hell with him Is a chance to rule over all demon kind too good to pass up

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    1. This book has potential. 3 solid starsCole is bossy & full of himself. Cain is conniving & has the potential to become really interesting. Jael is far from getting entrance to the pearly gates luckily she has her own key. Oh & she has soooo many vices she's unbelievably reckless. I have high hopes she'll become a fantastic anti-hero. I'll continue to read the series————————————This book counts towards my Cliterary Genius a top book challenge. Letter K (k is in [...]

    2. For me,Way too good to Hate but not good enough to loveI'm not sure what I needed from the characters or the story per say but I needed more I know that. If the scale for rating went from 1 to 10, I think I'd have given this anywhere between 5, 5 1/2 to maybe 6 stars. Maybe. I do know I feel Jael ( btw how do you pronounce Jael ? I keep thinking Jail ? But that doesn't sound quite right. Anyway for me 143 pages just wasn't enough to tell /start Jael's story,I didn't feel like I started to get kn [...]

    3. Heaven’s Key, an urban paranormal fantasy with a hard edge, introduces us to the character of Jael. Broken by her past, Jael’s present is filled with alcohol, attitude, meaningless sex, and destroying demons, all of which are things she is very good at, especially the latter. Into her life is thrust Cole, a younger man from a wealthy family with his own turbulent but luck-filled past.Forced into a partnership by a mutual and extremely influential friend, the two must come to terms with what [...]

    4. Jael is special more than she knows. But as a Hunter of all things hellish (pardon the pun!). FromDemons to souls who haven't yet departede can handle them all. With her new partner by her side. Jael admits to working better alone but the banter between the two is hilarious. But of course there has to be a third wheel! Cain. From hell itself, he informs Jael of her ability (as Heavens Key and why she is so important in his plan to reign Hell) and also what he wants from her.Excerpt:you will have [...]

    5. Like your paranormal romances to have more than their fair share of devils? Like your demon hunters damaged and snarky, and with a nice line in gallows humour? Like a bit of sex to spice up the narrative? If so, you could be in for a treat with Electa Graham's new series. It's a veritable white-knuckle ride of mysticism, action, secrets and plot twists. As someone who has read Ms. Graham's Cassandra Myles novels, I am well accustomed to her fast-paced story lines, but with this first instalment [...]

    6. Wow, I will admit, after falling in love with Cass Myles and her amazing wolves and vampires in the Blood and Loss series, I was a little skeptical about trying out this new series opener by this incredible author. I adored the brassiness of her main character Jael and the information surrounding different types of demons. Drawing you into the world of good and evil, not to mention a seriously sexy sidekick what more could you need? An amazing start to what looks to be another successful series [...]

    7. This book had me laughing. I love Jael and her wit. I also like Cole. He seems so quiet but he can stand up for himself. Cain was interesting as well and I love his little attempts to convince Jael to do what he wants. This book wasn't all laughs, though. Jael has a bitterly sad past that will make your heart break for her. I am looking forward to book 2.

    8. 2.5 stars. Some good, some bad points to this novel. Overall it wasn't a horrible start to a new series. The epilogue is where all the true action happened. Shame.

    9. LOVED THIS BOOK!!!! An absolutely great story with my favorite kind of main character, a woman who is haunted by her past but uses it to her advantage in kicking demon butt . What a huge plot twist at the end to leave us hanging until book 2!!!

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