Friday, September 30, 2011

Hell Hath No Fury by Anne Kane

Title: Hellhound Detective Agency: Hell Hath No Fury
Author: Anne Kane
Publisher: Changeling Press
Publication Date: August 19, 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60521-672-0
Genre: Erotic Romance, Novella, Futuristic, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Werewolves, Shapeshifters, Magic
Length: 44 pages
Heat Level: Erotic
Reviewer: TJ
Date: September 29, 2011

Hell hath no Fury because she's right here on Earth. Look out, world!

If there was one thing guaranteed to piss off Fury, it was a man who didn't know how to treat a woman. One that actually hurt them on purpose, well, they'd better hope she managed to rein in her inner Hellhound when she came calling.

Women had been disappearing for months now; the kind of women that no
one really cared about. Later, they'd turn up dead, and they didn't get that way easy. Then the killer made a mistake. The woman he'd been torturing escaped before he finished her off, and she called in the Hellhounds.

Now, the suspect is hiding behind a web of tech and Fury needs the help of a Tech Wizard to run him to ground. Axe finally gets the chance to prove that a werewolf-Hellhound cross is just what she needs for more than just work.

Hell Hath No Fury is a fast-paced adventure full of magic and mystery. Fury is a fantastic heroine, she is no shrinking violet and Axe is as happy for that fact as I am. I love that Fury is such a strong female character, she borders on the obnoxious but in a good way and really as a Hellhound I didn’t expect anything less. As her personality is revealed a little more throughout the story I couldn’t help but admire her strength both the physical and the inner. Axe is wonderful; a romantic half-bred who is a fabulous mixture of brains, brawn and benevolence. This was a swift escapade that had me cheering for the couple, I wanted them to catch the baddie and find their HEA.

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