Halo Trilogy, Book 2eBook - 2011
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Jasmeet123 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 89 and 99
ChristinaDolphin thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 9
Frightening or Intense Scenes: some frighteningly discribed scenes while in Hell
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Beth is suddenly kidnapped by Jake and finders herself in hell but what is even worse is when she finds out Jake wants to marry her then Jake asked her to marry her.
Beth is suddenly kidnapped by Jake and finds herself in hell but what is even worse is when she finds out Jake wants to marry her.
This book picks up right where it left off. Beth and Xavier are happy to be together, Ivy is still learning the ropes of human life, and Gabriel is still cool and collected. Life is pretty good for the angels, but happiness rarely lasts forever. Not long into the book, Beth is captured by Jake, a fallen angel, and taken to Hell aka Hades. Jake admits to wanting Beth from afar, that she makes him feel something more. Beth does not take kindly to this, she responds by fighting the whole way. She also meets quite a few interesting characters, from a woman who sold her soul to save a friend to a previously selfish girl who gives up her chance at freedom to save Beth from the literal Hounds of Hell.
Beth gets in plenty of trouble in Hades, one would imagine an angel wouldn't be well-behaved in that place. Jake actually saves her multiple times, her friends try to keep her out of trouble and provide her with some comfort. Beth's good intentions get her into trouble in Hades, one time too many. They say the road to Hell is paved with good intentions...how true that saying is in this book.