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The Road to Hell

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The Road to Hell
The Road to Hell Book Cover, written by Jackie Kessler
The Road to Hell Book Cover,
written by Jackie Kessler
Author(s) Jackie Kessler
Series Hell On Earth
Publisher Zebra Books
Publication date October 24, 2009 (eBook)
November 1, 2007 (Paperback)
November 1, 2009 (Mass Market Paperback)
Media type eBook
Mass Market Paperback
Length 317 Pages (eBook)
295 Pages (Paperback)
320 Pages (Mass Market Paperback)
ISBN 978-0821781036 (Paperback)
978-0821780961 (Mass Market Paperback)
ASIN B002U7E93U (eBook)
Preceded by Hell's Belles
Followed by Hotter than Hell

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

The Road to Hell is an eBook written by Jackie Kessler. It is the second work in the Hell On Earth series by this author. In this work the character Jezebel is a Succubus.


  • Title: The Road to Hell
  • Author: Jackie Kessler
  • Published By: Zebra Books
  • Length: 317 Pages (eBook)
    295 Pages (Paperback)
    320 Pages (Mass Market Paperback)
  • Format: eBook, Paperback and Mass Market Paperback
  • ASIN: B002U7E93U (eBook)
  • ISBN-10: 0821781030 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821781036 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-10: 0821780964 (Mass Market Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821780961 (Mass Market Paperback)
  • Publishing Date: October 24, 2009 (eBook)
November 1, 2007 (Paperback)
November 1, 2009 (Mass Market Paperback)

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

In Jackie Kessler's debut novel Hell's Belles, she introduced readers to Jesse Harris, a succubus-turned-human with a tart tongue, a way with a g-string, and a soft spot for sexy undercover cop Paul Hamilton. Now Jesse's back, and where she goes, Hell is sure to follow...

There's Nothing Worse Than A Demon With A Grudge

Jesse may no longer be a soul-stealing succubus, but she's got a Hell of a past. She'd love to come clean to her sweet, super-hot boyfriend Paul, but how exactly does a girl start that conversation? There's no name tag that reads: "I Used to Have Sex with Men before Taking Their Souls to the Lake of Fire--Ask Me How!" Just like some people are worth being monogamous for (shudder), some secrets are worth keeping. Like the fact that bad boy incubus Daunuan keeps popping up from the Underworld to put some toe-curling moves on her; that her former associates are trying to strong-arm her back into the fold; and that every supernatural entity on the planet seems to want to have a conversation with her in the bathroom. But someone in the Underworld isn't ready to play nice (go figure), and this time, the stakes are nothing less than Paul's immortal soul.

If Hell wants Jesse back so badly, they've got her. But payback's a bitch, and this bitch is about to rock Hell like a hurricane--or lose her soul trying...

Book Review

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I'll admit that I almost didn't buy Jackie Kessler's second book in her Hell on Earth series. I really enjoyed the first one, Hell's Belles, but it had been a while since I read it and my interest had waned a bit. I'm just glad I gave this one a try because The Road to Hell is definitely as good as the first.

In fact, it may be even better. Reading about Jezebel, or Jesse, was like reading about an old friend. After only one book I already felt a sense of kinship and familiarity with her character- from her quirky, bawdy sense of humor to her witty dialogue and courage (and occasionally, her complete lack thereof)- that it really surprised me. The more I learned about Jesse, and the demons and other creatures from Hell, the more I wanted to read. I was truly disappointed when I finished the last page, it was just that entertaining.

In the Road to Hell, Jesse's troubles only seem to get worse. She no longer has a price on her head, but that doesn't seem to matter to the frighteningly powerful Fury who wants her help, the seductive incubus who wants her in his bed, and the vindictive Queen who wants her dead. Jesse also continues to struggle with adjusting to her new soul, her new human life and her relationship with her boyfriend, Paul. Did she make the right choice? Does Paul really love her? Should she go back to hell? Was it all worth it?

The Road to Hell kept me guessing and turning each page as fast as I could. Ms. Kessler's second novel is just as fun and delightfully entertaining as the first, and I definitely recommend it.

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