Ash had lived his life under a deal with a demon, but when the demon asked for more than Ash could give, he killed the demon to save his sister and the woman he loved... and in doing so, Ash landed himself as the new leader of Hell.
Ash accepted his fate and asked only one thing in return: He didn't want Elizabeth, the woman who held his heart, to be a part of his new life. He just wanted her safe and happy, and he asked that they not know each other.
Elizabeth was happy as a trauma surgeon until one day she was hit with a deep, dark depression. She feels as though she has lost the love of her life, but can't figure out why she would suddenly feel that way. All she knows is that she keeps seeing flashes of man that she can't really make out in her mind, and feelings of longing for him that make no sense.
Ash is now entrenched in his new life and faced with the enormous task of learning to lead Hell. With the help of a Warrior Angel, he is busy recruiting his Elite Guard, yet he can feel that there is something or someone missing from his life and he is determined to find out who or what it is.
The Warrior knows about Elizabeth and also knows that God always leads one in the right direction... even the leader of Hell. One touch is all it would take... but he needs to get them together at the right place and the right time.
The question is, can he do it before they are found by those who seek their demise?
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By AudioBook Reviewer on 24-03-16
much improved from the first novel
Salvation is the second novella in the series called Keepers of Hell by Danielle James. Ash’ fortunes have turned. After spending years being under the control of a demon, Ash now has all the power. But these new powers, both the physical powers and the new political power, have a large learning curve. His naiveté provides his political opposition some unique opportunities to cause havoc. At the same time, Ash is overwhelmed with some rootless unhappiness and anger. As he tries to figure out his new life, Ash must also try to figure out what is causing his irrational mood.
Unfortunately, this novella missed the mark for me. However, there were many things that I thought were much improved from the first novel. This second novella had a more developed plot than the first novella. This might be because some initial groundwork was laid out in the first novella. This allowed James to give a stronger focus to the development of the paranormal aspects of the series. The plotline is a new take on some classic ideas, which is interesting. However, like the first novella, I think this one suffered a little from the short length as well. Most of the characters needed further development. However, I did like the inclusion of the former vampire assistant that Ash is sent by God. While goofy, he provided much needed comic relief. The cliffhanger in the first novella helped build the driving points for this stories plot. The reader should be warned, there are some violent scenes. And I personally did not feel that this aspect of the novella was handled well throughout the story. This novella too ends with a big revelation that sets the story for the next installment. This story was also infused with romance, but like before I felt like it was missing a critical mental compatibility between the two characters that was never developed.
The narration by Miles Taylor was alright. Once again, I thought that the voicing of the different characters could have been more dynamic, but overall it was fine. The production quality was good. I would recommend this novella to anyone who likes urban fantasy with a heavy influence of physical romance.
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By Frode on 22-08-15
Lost Frode, is no happy Frode!
So this is book 2 in a series. I have not read book 1. So i was lost. SO totally lost. So read book 1 first! Please! Salvation: The Keepers of Hell, Book 2 is not a bad book, don't get me wrong, but my honest review is this: Don't get this before you read the last book. Just don't do it!
Miles Taylor makes 3 hrs and 41 mins go fast. He is good.his voice work is super good. He defently the best thing about this book. And i am happy to give him full score for his work at this book. He has earned all 5 stars!
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