Title: Satan’s Son
Author: Simone Elise
Published: May 10, 2017 by Inkitt
Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this book
Blurb: You never expect to meet your soulmate after you die. And you definitely never expect your soulmate not to have a soul at all.
But that’s what happened to Addison. One minute she’s walking along in her average life, worrying about curfew, and the next minute she’s in hell.
Addison was living a typical teenager’s life before being dragged down to hell to atone for her sins on Earth. She must now make up for her bad behavior but is not expecting to meet her match in Ethan. Devilish good looks, charming smirk, an attitude to match, oh, and he’s Satan’s Son. Addison must now navigate the channels of hell with the reluctant guidance of Ethan as he atones for his own error. But could his mistake be closer linked to Addison’s death than she knows? Neither Addison or Ethan were planning to find love but now that they’re here, which will it be: Heaven or Hell?
Review: I did not like Addison at all. I don’t think I’ve ever disliked a character as much as I disliked her. She’s flighty, has a runaway mouth on her and is just…I don’t know, stupid to me.
She apparently doesn’t get the concept of Hell and just will not shut up. It kind of seems like she’s incapable of long term feeling as well, unless it’s annoying everyone.
I felt no connection with her and I dropped my head into my hands a couple of times.
Then there was Ethan. Now I enjoy an alpha male who gets embarrassed but when it got to his family, I didn’t see him as an alpha male. I don’t want to go into more detail because then it’ll go into spoilers.
I did feel more of a connection with him but I didn’t really feel anything for them as a couple.
The cover is great, it’s such an eye-catcher but I don’t feel that it matches the story within. The writing is actually great, I can see the story in my mind and the story moved along nicely. I would really love to see something from this author without such an annoying character.
I kind of feel that if Addison had grown more, if she had been the Addison that I had seen with her friend, this book would have been so much better.
Thank you for reading my review.