In the tween—between On High and Hell—Caith has three rules: order, secrecy, and if you can’t manage that at least have a little discretion. Wait, make that four: no one screws with Caith or her stuff. Orlando—land of that famous mouse—is her home and people are either gonna get in line or get the fuc- heck out.
Except someone didn’t get that memo. Or, they have a death wish. Either way, she’s gonna bust out her bat and smash some heads. She’s got zombies demolishing her home, vamps chasing her, and on top of the normal violence in her life, she’s quickly falling for an angel. Satan’s niece and a goody-two-shoes angel! And don’t even get her started on corralling her five fathers while trying to keep them from interfering with her life.
Caith can handle the blood, gore, and frustration, but can she deal with the pain of loving the angel Samkiel? Probably not, but she’s gonna try anyway.
I get that not all readers want endless saucy scenes and it's a gripping, engaging story they really seek. If what you want is a book full of action, suspense with a small amount of sexy shenanigans to warm you up, then this new series just might tick all your boxes. Now add in a most unusual heroine and you just might be more than tempted to get this book.
Okay, what's the basic premise? Caith is the daughter of Lucifer’s sister so you'd think she is evil and pretty bad ass. Well, actually it's not that straight forward as Caith has five (yes you read that right five!) biological fathers who each added a drop of goodness into the mix! As you can see, with Ms Creed nothing is ever boring! Caith runs her bar Hell’s Chapel in Orlando, which if you think about it is the home of a pretty famous mouse, but this is definitely no Disney type fairytale. No, someone is out to kill Caith but a mysterious Angel, who just happens to be Caith’s own personal catnip, keeps getting in the way! Oh please believe me, as far as Caith is concerned Samkiel, aka Angel of destruction, most definitely should get out of her town before it's too late.
Caith might not be a fairy princess with slippers but she certainly has a love of footwear and swords! She is full of snark and never at a loss for words; and I'm thinking not many stand up to Lucifer but this gal just does not cringe from anything. Hell’s Chapel is the first book so it requires a lot to set up, but I had no trouble understanding the world building and had a whole lot of fun reading this story.
If action and fun is what you are searching for then Caith will be a delight!
I was gifted a copy by the author for an honest review.