Kayla Undead

Kayla Undead For some death may only be the beginningCollege sopho Kayla Monroe has survived harrowing close encounters with Jack the Ripper Elizabeth Bathory and the devil himself With those ordeals only weeks

  • Title: Kayla Undead
  • Author: Bryan Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 169
  • Format: ebook
  • For some, death may only be the beginningCollege sopho Kayla Monroe has survived harrowing close encounters with Jack the Ripper, Elizabeth Bathory, and the devil himself With those ordeals only weeks behind her, she is forced to weigh making a decision that could alter the course of her life forever and make it impossible to ever reclaim her place in the normal For some, death may only be the beginningCollege sopho Kayla Monroe has survived harrowing close encounters with Jack the Ripper, Elizabeth Bathory, and the devil himself With those ordeals only weeks behind her, she is forced to weigh making a decision that could alter the course of her life forever and make it impossible to ever reclaim her place in the normal world she once inhabited After a horrifying encounter with old acquaintances looking to settle a vendetta, Kayla finds herself drawn ever deeply into the intrigues and conspiracies of the supernatural underworld A haunted world where death may only be the beginning of an even desperate struggle.

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    1. In the followup to KAYLA AND THE DEVIL, Bryan Smith puts together another supernatural conundrum for his snarky but blonde and beautiful unlikely heroine, as she is caught between the demands of Hell and a Cadre of vampires. While presented as urban dark fantasy, this book is chock full of the stuff fans of Bryan Smith have come to love.Highly recommended!

    2. Great sequel to Kayla and the Devil. I really enjoy the character of Kayla and all the stuff that just keeps happening to her. This story picks up right after the end of the first book and just continues on with some very entertaining stuff.Can't wait for more Kayle Monroe.

    3. I loved the 1st Kayla book but this one stepped it up a notch introduces new characters. I can't wait for the next one

    4. The follow-up to Kayla and the Devil is another five-star fun-fest from the almost always reliable Smith.

    5. I couldn't be happier to reconnect with my girl Kayla. If you think things got wild the first time around with KAYLA AND THE DEVIL you can expect KAYLA UNDEAD to crank up the chaos a notch. While Kayla is still a sexy, cocky, potty-mouthed boozy babe, you see her grow up a bit this time around as well. Like the first book in this series there are all manner of monsters and hell minions on hand to keep things fresh. The Kayla books are a fucking blast. Or as Kayla would probably say, fucking awes [...]

    6. was great to have kayla back. plus this time she brought more vampires. the book was solid I really dug the middle section with Becky and how that kept playing out. I wasn't too effigies for beckys end but it also didn't annoy me. the end had a nice battle that I could see being awesome on the big screen but the very end was a bit off I know that its for the whole series but it just felt a bit weird. eeither way I love kayla and look forward to another adventure to hell soon.

    7. I really enjoyed Kayla And The Devil which proceeded this novel but I found this less interesting. As the novel progressed I found myself feeling no empathy for the titular protagonist and as she seemingly possesses a get out of hell free card there was little in the way of suspense to grab me either.

    8. The sequel to KAYLA AND THE DEVIL is foul-mouthed and funny, and ties up the loose ends from its predecessor. It hints at why the Devil has taken such an interest in Kayla Monroe. I had fun reading it.

    9. Kayla is vein, sarcastic, and beautiful, but is she also evil, or are the forces of darkness drawing her into their web. This was a fun read, second book in the series.

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