Hell's Fury

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

Being a Fury is more than just a job for Jasmine and this time the job's harder than expected. She's stuck in a cat suit and competing against another demon for the same soul. To top it off, the soul's owner is the reason Daddy Dearest is mad at her. Now she has to choose between revenge or completing her assignment.

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About Shannon Tripp

Shannon currently lives in Maine with one overly fluffy cat and one extremely bossy cat. When she’s not catering to their fuzzy highnesses, working full time at a local grocery store, or filling the silence with her next story, she can be found outside enjoying the varied and often unpredictable weather.

Her hobbies, besides reading and writing, include spending way too much time on Facebook, painting, visiting the animal park, and jubilant, often uncoordinated, dancing around two very bewildered cats whenever she gets fan mail.

As a voracious reader, she's run into a few road blocks (my favorite authors don't publish often enough and as a writer I totally get it) so she spends her time in between books by daydreaming about her next story and often asking herself: What would happen if...

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James Jenkins reviewed on on July 22, 2016

Fun and cute, reasonably probable for a fantasy work. I enjoyed the characters and their interactions.

I see there are 3 other works in the series, currently available for free, I think I will go get them.
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chucklesthescot reviewed on on April 30, 2014

Jasmine is a Fury who is sent out on missions sometimes in disguise. This time she infiltrates a woman's house, posing as her cat, to catch the boyfriend who needs to face his punishment.

This book was ok but it didn't really appeal to me personally. There is nothing wrong with the writing, the story flows well enough and the author blends humour and paranormal history into the plot. It was a decent enough read but lacked that something to really engage me fully. Perhaps it would help if you are a cat lover which I am certainly not! I despise the darned things!

Probably would appeal to fantasy lovers who like the idea of a cat as the heroine.
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