Review: To Hell and Back by Juliana StoneTo Hell and Back by Juliana Stone
Series: The League of Guardians #1.5
Published by Avon on October 30, 2012
Genres: PNR
Pages: 100
Format: eBook
Source: edelweiss

Logan and Kira’s epic love story, first seen in Wrong Side of Hell, continues…

All Logan Winters wants is to be left alone with the woman he loves. But fate isn’t on his side and the demon Lilith isn’t to be trifled with. She wants to know the secrets he will never give up and he’ll do anything to make sure they stay hidden. On the run, with a secret of her own to keep and protect, Kira Dove must do whatever it takes to survive. But Kira and Logan soon discover that the path to salvation is littered with treachery, and they’ll each have to journey to hell and back to make sure their love survives the oncoming storm…

Note: Sadly I got this from edelweiss for review, and it expired from my nook, so I can’t finish it until I get the chance to buy and read it 🙁

Edit: I bought it and finished it!

3.5 stars
We return to Logan and Kira in this novella from the League of Guardians.

Kira and Logan are enjoying a night in a quaint town when Logan begins to have feelings of trepidation. Something isn’t right. He needs to get Kira to safety. Unfortunately though, he ignores that feeling and lets Kira convince him to stay the night.

The next morning, Logan never returns from getting them breakfast and a man comes to Kira and demands to see Logan.  This man is Priest, one of the League. Kira isn’t sure she should trust him, but she knows she can’t stay where she is.

Within seconds of leaving the Bed & Breakfast, they are attacked. Then they are attacked again. At this point, we know where Logan is, but Kira doesn’t. All she knows is she has a dream with Logan (not “of” but “with”), and he tells her not to trust anyone but the Blue Lady (his mother). So Kira escapes Priest and fellow League member Cale, and hitchhikes to the Blue Lady.

Meanwhile, Lilith has Logan and when Logan’s overlord finds out, all hell breaks loose. Literally. Logan issues a challenge for his freedom, but there’s one catch-the Overlord is his father.

The ending of this was pretty abrupt for my taste, but the story was exciting and I enjoy this series a lot. I can’t wait to read more of Juliana Stone’s paranormal series The League of Guardians.