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Hell's Belles - Jackie Kessler I have to say I enjoyed this book. It started out with a sense that it was building the foundation for the series, but then you get to the middle and then it just takes off. Originally, I thought it was going to take me a little bit longer to get through since I’m still settling in at the new house, but that was all put to the side and I just couldn’t put this novel down. We get to watch Jezebel’s character develop throughout the novel from raging sexual deviant (she is a succubus) to a mortal with feelings and a conscience. Watching her go through the motions of learning to be human is truly amazing considering she doesn’t always understand the way humans think or has that much experience dealing with the human world. I’m trying to think of a series I could compare Hell on Earth to and I’m really having a hard time. It’s definitely in a class of it’s own. It has the humor of Betsy Taylor (MJ Davidson) and Sookie Stackhouse (Charlaine Harris); the action misadventures of Rachel Morgan (Kim Harrison); and the atmosphere of the Morgan Kingsley series (Jenna Black). All I can really say is, if you’re looking for something new and a great new character to become attached to, then get your hands on Hell’s Belles.For my full review, click here.