(This is part two in a serialized story. It's important to listen to part one in order for this audiobook to make sense. This is a biweekly story playing out over the Summer of 2015. Happy listening!)
Emma Ayers has lived a lifetime's worth of intrigue in less than a week. Now that she has been introduced to the mystical realm of the Belles, she has to sort out what her purpose is in the midst of her new world.
Part of that new world is Bronwyn Hall, a posh academy for Charleston's elite young women that holds as many secrets as the mansion Emma now calls home. Bronwyn is a place where the Belles aren't the only ones who have their own set of rules.
What happens when powers collide in a world where who is good and who is bad is as muddy as the marshes of the Lowcountry itself?
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Great book 2 My questions with the story from book 1 were totally resolved with this tailwind of a sequel The overall story is also taking the readers/ listeners to a darker turn. Book 3 next.
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Hell's Belles Book Two continues with Emma discovering her power. More of the Hell's Belles past are reveal.
Emma also met an ex-Hell's Belle who has a grudge against the Hell's Belles at the first day attending Bronwyn Hall, a posh academy for Charleston's elite young women. However Emma is still in the dark. She hasn't figure out what role does she played as a Hell's Belles.
Rebecca Schwab continues as the narrator for Hell's Belles Book Two. She continued her narration with the same performance as she did with the first book.
I was given this audiobook by the author via Audiobook Blast in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated or influence in any way for writing this review.
Great story line love the historic references. I read all three in the series in two days. If your not a believer of people living for ever this will change your outlook. I am a firm believer in the healing powers of mother earth and the roots around us.
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Is there anything you would change about this book?
This book needs more content.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
I would answer some of the questions the charactor has.
What about Rebecca Schwab’s performance did you like?
Clear concise and read at the proper speed.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
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This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.
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