Book Review: Julie Kenner’s Hell on Heels

Posted September 21, 2011 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Book Review: Julie Kenner’s Hell on Heels

Hell on Heels


Dee Davis, Julie Kenner, Kathleen O'Reilly

erotic romance, fantasy that was published by Bantam on June 5, 2007 and has 320 pages.

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Other books by this author which I have reviewed include The Cat’s Fancy, Aphrodite’s Passion, Aphrodite's Flame, On My Knees

Technically an erotic anthology, Hell on Heels revolves around the Devil and his three daughters. He wants to retire. Hang out at the beach. Play golf. Enjoy the company of women. Lots of women, preferably naked and serving him a margarita. He just needs one of his children to successfully complete a task. A test if you will…

The Stories

Julie Kenner‘s “Lucia’s Story” is the best of the three. Lucia is the Devil’s oldest child, and she is tired of this endless life. She’s tired of no meaning in her life. I was rather tired of the lack of true passion and no build up.

Dee Davis‘ “Jezebel’s Story” is cute. Poor Jezebel is suffering from a broken heart and now she has to work with the man who broke it to find this damned Box.

Kathleen O’Reilly‘s “Lola’s Story” is the lamest of the three. Lola is Vanity with the ability to have any man. And by morning, he has no soul while she remains wrinkle-free. And she’s tired of never waking up to a soul-full man. I do like the concept of Crash St. Clair. I just wish O’Reilly had given us some idea of why his life was so great…???

The Cover and Title

The cover is less promising than the title but more promising than the actual stories. The lower half of a red leather mini-skirted Jezebel leans against a pillar, a knee cocked with one red Manolo-clad foot propped against the pillar’s base. I guess that the title refers to the fact that all three ladies are beautiful and the Devil’s daughters??? That’s about as close to Hell as we really came.


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