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Beelzebub Girl (Ancient Legends Book 2) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Jayde Scott
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Seventeen-year old Cassandra is a fallen angel with absolutely no plans to take over the family business aka Hell. When she finds out she's cursed and soon bound to Hell forever, she has to come up with a good plan to escape fate.

Then she meets Dallas. Trouble is Dallas is mortal and falling for him was never supposed to happen.

Love has never been this dangerous when she not only has to change her future, but also escape her destiny.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1102 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 324 Seiten
  • Verlag: Aurora Press; Auflage: 2 (11. Dezember 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B005A641OA
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #132.973 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Spannend und unterhaltsam 17. Juli 2012
Von Rezi
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Hat mir noch besser gefallen, als der erste Teil. Die Charaktere sind lebhaft und unterhaltsam ausgearbeitet und es kommen immer wieder interessante Figuren ins Spiel. Ich werde die anderen teile auf jedem Fall auch noch lesen.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Der erste Teil hatte Potential aber... 5. August 2012
Von Surreal
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Beelzebub Girl ist eine der langweiligsten Storys mit armseligen, doofen Charakteren die ich je gelesen habe.
A Job From Hell war noch eine ganz nette Liebesgeschichte mit netten Nebencharakteren. Kein gutes Buch aber für ein erstes Buch nicht so schlecht. Die Hauptfiguren sind langweilig und klischeehaft dargestellt, sie nerven z.T. fürchterlich. Einige der Nebencharaktere ließen darauf hoffen, dass der zweite Band interessanter wird. Leider wurde meine Hoffnung enttäuscht. Der zweite Teil greift tatsächlich auf eine der interessanten Personen zurück, macht Sie aber genauso langweilig und doof wie die Hauptcharaktere des ersten Teils. Insgesamt keine Kaufempfehlung.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Even better than the first Book in the series 16. Juli 2011
Von Zaga Krasso - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This wasn't your usual take on paranormal romance. It was a dark, gothic read with different paranormal elements such as reapers and fallen angels. I'm not one to sum up the plot because it's usually been done before, so I'll just focus on the various elements. This is certainly a well written, fast paced read, about 350 print pages long, with lots of action but also new paranormal elements. We have two vampires but they don't drink blood or avoid the sun, and we barely get to see them. The whole paranormal world focuses around hell and the demons as well as reapers and ghosts. We get a glimpse at the Shadows by the end, but not a deep one, so I suspect that's going to be dealt with in the next book.

I found Beelzebub Girl to be an entertaining read, quite dark and twisted in places. The romance part between Dallas and Cass was well developed and I could see the tension between them. This is clean Y/A, however, so you're not going to get hot action between the sheets. Nevertheless, I was thankful for that because too many young adults books out there try to imitate adult paranormal romance and it's just not right for teens and younger readers.
I liked Cass a lot, not least because she's feisty and comes with quite a bit of emotional baggage (her angel parents are separated, she finds it hard to find friends because everyone's scared of her and her father, her father doesn't approve of her dating a mortal etc.) She's not a quitter and I found myself lost in her world that at times she outshone even Dallas (her love interest). Don't get me wrong, he was great and sexy, but he paled compared to her and her aunts. The plot had quite a few twists and originality to it. Several times I thought I had the story figured out, until it turned in a different direction. The story is rounded up but there's also a cliffhanger ending leading into a sequel.

Definitely a different read and unusual for paranormal romance, and one that I enjoyed very much. If you like darker fiction (not necessarily gore and blood because there's none of that in it, but a plot dealing with death, curses, dark magic, a new take on hell and demons etc.), this one is for you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Fun YA Series! 16. Juli 2011
Von Maureen Mullis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I am not a fan of fantasy or paranormal romance, but Ms. Scott's books have changed my mind. Her writing is so lively and fun, her characters so realistic and captivating that I found myself drawn into the stories immediately. After reading the first book I was excited and happy to see the second book come out. Unlike some other books of this genre, the characters in this series feel real to me. And although YA books are aimed at younger audiences, I found myself hooked from the get go. What I particularly like is how this author does not "write down" for younger readers. Having once worked in a high school library, I am familiar with this age group, and these characters talk and act true to form. Some books have a difficult time with that; a fact I find annoying. Be you a young reader or a few years past, I think you'll enjoy this series, and this book in particular. Give it a try!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This was such a good read! 2. April 2012
Von Vicky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Having read J.Scott's first book A job from Hell, I was anxious to see how her wicked sarcastic wit of her characters would translate into the next book. It's fantastic! A seriously gifted writer, who combines funny and uninhibited raunchiness in her writings better than any other writer I know and who manages to make a paranormal book with some horror somehow hysterical. 'Cassandra, the main character in this book, is an angel of dark and white nature, who thrives on chaos and who thinks in such an amusing, self-deprecating and cynical manner that I had to laugh out loud and often. Filled with funny anecdotes, she has that trashy comedienne's gift of saying everything we think about but are afraid to say. Some of the characters of j.Scott first book of the series A job from hell appeared again much to my joy such as Dallas, Amber's brother, and good looking Thrain, a demon of the highest order. 'There were lots of chapters that were really funny. My favorite scene is when Amber, bestowed with the capability of talking with the dead- attempts a job as a medium on TV along with Cassandra as help and the result is both hilarious and sweet. 'At some several points in the story, I laughed so hard, my sister got jealous that I was reading the book so I ended up giving it to her and she loves it. If you do not understand humor or are sensitive, I would pass on this one. If you love to laugh and want a something that is faced paced, you will love it. Thank you for providing such a great story!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I wish I could give it more stars! 16. Juli 2011
Von Thomas A. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Jayde Scott continues to take my breath away with her wonderfully witty and rich writing style. After having read "A Job From Hell" I absolutely had to HAVE, "Beelzebub Girl"!
As expected Jayde does not disappoint. I'm not going to give away any spoilers but I will say I love this book!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Hit's the spot yet again 1. Oktober 2011
Von Jaime Lynn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Doomed is another great read from Jayde Scott. I really anjoyed the storyline and the characters in the book. The world building was pretty cool, too. There were a lot more flaws in the editing in this than in A Job From Hell by the same author, which kinda drove me bonkers, but the story is such a good one that I can get past it.

The main character in the book is Cass, a half fallen angel, who doesn't inherit her powers until she turns 18. Her father is Lucifer and her mother is a Seraph who lives in Heaven. Cass was sarcastic and funny in A Job From Hell, and she is even more so in Doomed. I really like Cass for the most part, but she did have a tendancy to piss me off this go around. Cass ends up with Dallas, Amber's brother, as her "bond mate" and a lot of the story is focused on the trouble of Hell's Princess falling in love with a mortal who barely knows anything of the paranormal world, and trying to get her family to agree to her marrying him just days after meeting him. I genuinely enjoyed the story in Doomed. It wasn't all fights and blood and kidnapping and stealing and action in this book, but it was nice to get the day to day picture of Cass' everyday life in Hell and out of Hell and her interaction with her Dad, the devil, who by the way is a fantastic secondary character. The ending of the book left a lot up in the air and I can't wait to get the next book in this series. I expect it to be just a great as the first two, if not better.
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