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Relentless Flame (Hell to Pay) by [David, Jillian]
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Immortal. Colossal. Suave. Indebted killer Dante Blackstone has the world at his feet. Every vice, any desire, is his for the asking - until he finds the one person he cannot have: one sweet, diminutive woman who could bring about Dante's destruction.

Despite her supernatural ability to heal others, a devastating act of evil has left Hannah Miller broken in body and spirit. As she rebuilds her life while on the lam, a not-so-chance meeting with Dante chips away at the walls surrounding her fragile heart. But before their fledgling love can take flight, Dante's boss sends an evil minion with one mandate: Eliminate Dante's new reason to break his eternal contract.

As they fight to survive, Hannah's amazing gift gives Dante one chance to save them both from the vicious minion. How can any love survive eternal hell and annihilation?

The answer lies in Dante's inferno.

Sensuality Level: Sensual


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 266 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1440589402
  • Publisher: Crimson Romance (May 4 2015)
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  • Language: English
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By Jonel TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 19 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
David spins the tale of good vs evil in an entirely new light with this one. Suspense and plot twists combine with a heated romance in this novel where the pace never lets up. David created a world so seamless that you can easily picture each and every aspect of it, at the same time she doesn’t hamper your imagination.

David’s writing style lets you get up close and personal with her characters. Dante’s overly confident yet still droolworthy nature contrasts with and sparks off of Hannah’s much quieter persona. Although circumstance may have thrown the main characters together, the bond between them, which is based on so much more than just chemistry, keeps them together. David also develops her supporting cast well, giving readers the whole picture with this one.

This novel was definitely a treat to read. The fast paced tale definitely kept me engaged throughout. It’s a fantastic read for those who enjoy the genre.

Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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HASH(0xa9dec564) out of 5 stars Much better than Book 1! July 23 2015
By Kindles & Wine Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
REVIEWED BY LIZ (originally posted on Kindles & Wine Book Blog)

I really liked Hannah, the heroine. She's had a tough life, but I really enjoyed her pluck and her determination to keep going. She gets up, goes to work, worries about bills, eats something, goes to bed, and starts all over again. I don't have it anywhere near as bad as Hannah had it, but I felt like the cycle she was in was very relatable. I liked how Hannah's past was very slowly revealed. She went through the wringer and I think it would have been too much all at once. Hannah has the physical and mental scars to go along with her traumatic past, and I had total respect for the fact that she got up every day and kept going. I also liked that she had a bit of control over her supernatural power.

Dante was hilarious. He was so comically confident, I was laughing out loud at his antics. He was able to bring a little laughter to Hannah too, which made me love him even more. He was also a serious badass and a giant of a man who dressed like a model. Um, was there anything to NOT like about him? I don't think so!

I liked Hannah and Dante together, but it took a loooooooong time for them to get past the awkward phase. For my fellow dirty girls, a heads up that the Sexy Time doesn't get started until AFTER the 70% mark. Yikes! But even though I AM a dirty girl, I wasn't super upset about the lack of Sexy Time. Seriously, I was having so much fun with Dante and his inability to understand why Hannah wasn't falling at his feet that I was surprised at how far I was in the book without any sex scenes! (My goodness, don't tell anyone I said that, LOL!)

RELENTLESS FLAME was so much more fun than Book 1 in this series. I was happy that even though Hannah had a crappy past, there was still a lot of fun and laughter in this story. There was tons of mystery and suspense and action too. I think that this book could be read as a stand-alone story. A few minor details about Book 1 are revealed, but the big secrets are still kept from readers because they're kept from Dante as well.

RELENTLESS FLAME has really saved this series for me. I can't wait to see what happens next!

BOTTOM LINE:
Much more fun than Book 1 of this series, RELENTLESS FLAME has everything paranormal romance fans could want...except for lots of Sexy Time. Being light on the Sexy Time didn't bother me though, since I was having such a great time reading this story about a big sexy badass and his battered but not defeated gal!

RATING: A- (4½ stars)

Note: I received a review copy of this title courtesy of the author.
HASH(0xa9df41d4) out of 5 stars Relentless Flame Dec 30 2015
By AFox - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Relentless Flame is the second book in the Hell To Pay series. As I did not read the first book, I didn’t feel I missed anything, so Relentless Flame can be read as a standalone. There is an appearance by Peter, Allie, and Barnaby from the first book, and an introduction of Ruth, described as an efficient, mercenary “Nurse Ratchet” who takes care of Barnaby.

Dante Blackstone is a 320 year old Indebted. An assassin for Satan. He sold his soul to the devil to save his brother from death, and now works for Satan by killing criminals, putrid souls used to satiate Satan’s appetite for power. His last kill asked him to give a message of forgiveness to his kids whom he abused when they lived with him. Dante decides to find them and give the message, but Satan doesn’t want him deterred from his job, and sends a minion to ensure he stays on task.

Dante never has trouble seducing women, rather they come on to him, with his gorgeous, Swede looks and rippling muscles. His overconfidence when he encounters Hannah is laughable. All his swagger, arrogant ego, and seductive antics don’t work on Hannah, as she’s on the lamb from her abusive step-father. Hannah Miller is hiding while rebuilding her life, and she’s wary of everything around her. When she hears the news from Dante about the death of her step-dad, she’s in disbelief that she and her brother, Scott, can finally relax and have normal lives. But Hannah has a gift of healing, and once Satan gets a whiff of this rumor, he wants her for his use. No way is Dante letting an innocent fall into Satan’s clutches.

Ms. David weaves a story of suspense with a bit of romance. I really enjoyed the writing and the well developed characters, but I was hoping more of a connection between Dante and Hannah. A few chapters in the book and I couldn’t stop reading until the end. I enjoyed the ending, and how Dante and Hannah were able to be together.

Copy provided by Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.

My rating: 4
HASH(0xa9df20e4) out of 5 stars Heart-warming, Fun and Unique Paranormal June 10 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
"Relentless Flame" is the second book in Jillian David's Hell to Pay series, and this second offering is just as good as the first, if not slightly better. Although this book can be read as a stand alone, I always prefer to read series books in order, for greater enjoyment.

Dante Blackstone is an Indebted. That is, about 300-odd years ago, he sold his soul to the Devil and now has become an immortal assassin, a hit man for Satan, if you will. Each kill he makes feeds the Devil's power, and the more depraved the victim, the better for his employer. Dante can only escape his infernal contract by making a special, final kill, which is hidden from him and from other Indebted.

Dante makes this book. He's a 300 year old Swede, full of swagger, arrogance, ego. He's a Man Whore with a capital "M". And he's funny as hell, especially in the first half of the book as he tries, and fails, to capture the interest of mousy librarian Hannah, who's in hiding from an abusive relative. Reading Dante's antics as he poses, flirts - and fails - with Hannah, was both humorous and endearing to me. I have to say, Dante quickly won me over.

Several characters from the first novel reappear in this one, such as Peter and Allie, and of course Barnaby. There's a new Indebted who's also introduced, a mysterious and menacing female Indebted, whom Dante quickly nicknames Nurse Ratched. I hope, if there is a third book in this world, that this character is explored further. Again, though, the reappearance of these characters was done in such a way that not having read the first book is not really a detriment to enjoying this second one.

The story moves along swiftly, with the point-of-view narrative switching seamlessly between Dante and Hannah. I enjoyed listening to a male perspective in romance novels, as typically this female-dominated industry strays towards the female POV only. And Dante, with his super-ego swagger, is really fun to 'listen' to. And his Swedish was charming as well. I can't say how much I enjoyed him as a male lead. I want a Dante of my own. Sans wife-beater, of course.

Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.
HASH(0xa9dff3a8) out of 5 stars He is a hero in my book now!! June 8 2015
By Starange13 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Book – Relentless Flame
Author – Jillian David
Publication Date – May 4, 2015
Genre –Paranormal Romance
Type – Companion Series
Cliffhanger – No
Rating – 4.5 out of 5 Stars

Complimentary copy generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My Thoughts - Story
A few months ago, I had the pleasure of Ms. David contacting me to read the first book in this series and I immediately fell in love with her characters! After finishing that book, I couldn’t wait for this one because I needed (wanted) to find out what happens next with Dante. In the first book, he is a cocky, arrogant man-pimp but with this story, we get to really know what ticks under his rough exterior.

Ms. David did a great job at bringing out the inter most personalities of the MCs ---- It was easy to connect to these two and I absolutely loved the pairing of Dante and Hannah.

I loved how Ms. David took Hannah as such a plain girl and created this complex character who had so much going on underneath the average persona.

Now I can’t wait to find out more about a new character we were introduced to in this book – Ruth.

Re-Cap
Dante is dying for his ‘meaningful kill’ but is as much in the dark about it as the other Indebted Killers before they became human again.

With a message to deliver from one of his ‘kills’, Dante for once gets the cold shoulder from a woman who has his heart doing a double timed beat. But what he doesn’t know is that this woman could just be what he has been searching for all his life.

Reason for Reading – Author Request
Story – 5 out of 5 Stars
Steam – 4.5 out of Stars
Angst – 4.25 out of 5 Stars
Writing – 5 out of 5 Stars
Content Flow – 4.5 out of 5 Stars
Told In – Dual POV (Dante & Hannah)
Would Read More from Author? Definitely
Recommend To – Anyone who likes a subtle paranormal with a great romance
HASH(0xa9dff558) out of 5 stars Funny but suspenseful, with a hero who starts out as a douche but rediscovers his humanity May 17 2015
By Liana Smith Bautista | Will Read for Feels - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
* Actual rating: 3.5 stars
* Originally published on my book blog, Will Read for Feels
* I received this book for free from Crimson Romance in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

I love me some fanged hotties, but sometimes you just have to give the vampires and the shifters a rest. So I was definitely interested in Jillian David’s novel Relentless Flame, which is part of a series featuring immortal warrior beings who, rather than needing to bite necks and drink blood, have sold their souls to the devil and must work as indentured mercenaries, killing evil doers to feed their demonic master. So, yes, blood lust, but of a different kind.

We are first introduced to Dante Blackstone, a 300-year-old Indebted warrior who is built like a Viking god and knows it a little too well. Seriously, he’s a bit of a douche when we first meet him. Okay, he’s a huge douche when we first meet him. The story is told through alternating points of view, and during the first chapter, he observes that “he was, as usual, looking spectacular today.” Good thing our heroine comes along and gives him a dose of couldn’t-care-less that’s very much deserved.

It had me giggling aloud in the first chapter. Particularly when I read this: “How did his never-fail charm become a train wreck in the space of two breaths? Inconceivable.” And for a very short moment, my mental image of a smug-looking Alexander Skarsgaard type was replaced by a certain character with a penchant for finding things inconceivable from The Princess Bride. Dante’s complete and hilarious lack of humility or modesty was a huge selling point for me. It’s fun to see him acquire both along with a conscience over the course of this novel, a kind of emotional Beauty and the Beast story.

Reading the book had me wishing I’d started with Book 1 just so I could get a better sense of the universe and Dante’s past, but while this book was obviously part of a series, it was sufficiently well-grounded that I didn’t lose a sense of the story from not having read the first book. Dante’s and Hannah’s story was front and center; it’s just that there were enough references to things that took place in the first book that have me wanting to pick it up and reading about Dante’s friends’ story and the role Dante had in their HEA.

This book was a light but solid read with quite a number of swoon-worthy moments. The humor is understated rather than overt, but it does add a sweetness to what would otherwise be your typical bad-boy-meets-damsel-in-distress story. It’s certainly gotten me curious about the author’s other books, anyway!