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Publisher's Summary

Listen to the complete Infernal Descent trilogy in one volume for the very first time. Hell just got a whole lot hotter....

The devil has taken Ciera's sister. To save her, she has to travel through all nine circles of his domain, filled with demons, monsters, and sinners.

Luckily, she's not alone. Accompanied by a fallen angel, a werewolf, and a hellhound, she ventures further into the lands of the dead than any human ever before. But there's a reason the living are not supposed to be in Hell, and with every circle, there are more enemies to overcome.

With the devil out to stop them, Ciera and her men need to hurry before it's too late for both her and her little sister....

An action-packed fantasy adventure based on Dante's Inferno, but with a kickass heroine instead of a lovesick old poet, and a reverse-harem romance that'll make you swoon.

This omnibus contains:

  1. Hell's Calling
  2. Hell's Weeping
  3. Hell's Burning

Scroll up and get ready to cuddle the hellhound!

©2018, 2019, 2020 Bea Paige and Skye MacKinnon (P)2021 Bea Paige and Skye MacKinnon

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dnf

mc is obnoxious, story is flat, and writing just feels.. like a high school student's creative writing assignment as opposed to a polished professional work.

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noooo! don't do it!

I was super excited to hear the Inferno from a modern view point. I haven't read the original, but was looking forward to comparing the two. The writing is juvenile, the story more geared toward teenagers than adults, but ok, I can work with that. When you finally get to actual erotica, in the second book, the writing is even worse! The narrators young voice makes the awkward sexual language even worse. There is so much the authors could have done with symbolism and the gray areas of sin, especially using sex, but this was a flat, awkward read i couldn't finish. Just imagine one of the Spice Girls narrating, combined with the over use of the word "whatever". Hard pass, don't waste your money.

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Story went off plot a few times.

Supposedly in book one her sister is her half sister birthed by her stepmother. In book 2 and beyond she becomes a full sibling and her soul was sold to the devil by their mother.

***SPOILER ⚠ ALERT ***


It's a little sick that lucifer some Beatriz as a baby and raised her and now they are in love. Talk about some straight up Stockholm syndrome.



But other than that it's a nice series. Nothing to really write home about, but not a huge disappointment like others.

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Umm 🤔 well yeah it was good

This was a decent listen but not something I am dying to listen to again. Honestly it was meh. Not sure why it didn’t grip me but I found the ending to also be disappointing. It seemed so easy.