Book Review: Entice by Erica Crouch

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I received this ebook through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Entice: An Ignite Novella by Erica Crouch

Published: November 18, 2013 by Patchwork Press

Pages: 136

Goodreads Summary: With the aftertaste of Heaven still strong, Pen and Azael cloak themselves in their new demonic destinies, fighting for Lucifer against the angels. Pen, warring against former friends turned vengeful enemies, still struggles with defecting to Hell. But in one short battle, they go from forgotten to famous, thrust into the spotlight where she has no room for uncertainty.

Suddenly top-tiered demons, they’re tasked with seeing through hell’s new agenda: corrupting man. But tarnishing Eden isn’t as simple as they thought it would be, especially when they’re forced to work with another team of demons who are trying to claw their way up the ladder of power.

Review: I came across this series yesterday on NetGalley and was really excited to get started reading this.  This one is technically #1.5 in the series but it is the prequel to the first novel so I decided I wanted to read this one first.  I’ve said before that I’m not a big fan of novellas because they feel too rushed and short.  I was surprised not to feel that way with this one.  I really liked the character of Pen.  She seems very interesting and for a fallen angel, still has a conscience.  Azael irritated me but I think that was supposed to be that way.  The story line of the different take on the Garden of Eden was really interesting.  The one thing that I would have liked to read about was why exactly Pen and Azael left Heaven.

3/5 stars

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