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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Call from Hell & Kiss from Hell by T.W. Kirchner - Guest Blogger Book Reviews



Synopsis
Racer, Arloe, and Locke are back in this thrilling follow-up to Town from Hell. The trio may have left Winthrop far behind, but the demons aren't about to set them free. With demon blood still ruling Racer's emotions, only time will tell if he can adapt after learning Arloe's secret. As the couple try to return to their normal lives, they vow not to keep secrets from each other again. However, Racer hasn't come clean on everything, and what he's holding back will affect Arloe in a huge way when the demon of lust comes to call.

Dealing with demons comes at a stiff price. Racer must face his deepest fears, Locke's life is on the line, and Arloe fights an internal battle of good vs. evil. In the midst of being deceived and double-crossed, Racer swears to free them before the hell fire takes them down.



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Jennifer's Review
Racer and Arloe and Locke are now with Sythhos, the demon who has a plan for them. They are to collect 100 souls for him as part of his saving them from the bad people in the first book. 
Each one of them has a target, and the demon controls what they do, how they look, and what happens. Soon, the mayor from book one comes to them with a new contract, but his plan backfires and his secrets are found out.  
What was his plan? What happens to Racer and his friends? Read the third book to find out. 
This is getting exciting. 
5 stars.


Author Bio
T.W. Kirchner likes to write action-packed books that inspire children to read--especially boys. The Pirates Off series have male protagonists as does the YA supernatural/horror Dagger & Brimstone: Town from Hell. The Troubled Souls of Goldie Rich series features many supporting male characters who join in to help the main protagonist Goldie fight against the evil Bokor and his zombies. 




Synopsis
Free from demon contracts, Racer plans to put the past behind him, so he and his girlfriend Arloe can move on together. However, the road ahead is paved with hell fire, and Racer is caught in a web of lies spun by the demon Sythhos and Arloe's dad. Sythhos wants Arloe to be his wife and sets his plan in motion to get Racer out of his way. Racer and his best friend Locke are arrested by the authorities and incarcerated. Since the truth is the last thing anyone will believe, they must delve into their evil side to prove their innocence and destroy Sythhos once and for all. Separated from Racer and feeling pressured by her father, Arloe's demonic side sways, and she holds tightly to another secret that Racer may not be able to forgive her for.


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Jennifer's Review
It was a great conclusion. 
It is about Locke, Racer, and Arloe. They get a truck from the Coach, and even though Arloe tells them not to take it, they do and end up getting caught. 
They're put in demon jail and forced to continue working for Coach, who really is a demon named Sythhos. 
Locke and Racer soon make friends and try to figure out a way to vanquish Coach. 
How do they plan to do it? Can it be done? 
I loved these books, and if you like reading about demons and other things like them, these books are for you. 
Wonderful author, and I give the books 5 stars.


Author Bio
T.W. Kirchner likes to write action-packed books that inspire children to read--especially boys. The Pirates Off series have male protagonists as does the YA supernatural/horror Dagger & Brimstone: Town from Hell. The Troubled Souls of Goldie Rich series features many supporting male characters who join in to help the main protagonist Goldie fight against the evil Bokor and his zombies.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the reviews, Jennifer. I am very happy that you enjoyed the series!

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