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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Release Blitz & Review for Hellcat Fighting by Jade Bones

Title: Hellcat Fighting: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance
Series: Hell's Fire Burning Book 2
Author: Jade Bones
Genre: Paranormal Reverse Harem. Mature Romance
Release Date: September 21, 2021


I thought that once I knew the secrets of my past, I’d be free, but the truth haunts me now more than ever. And I don’t even have the time to brood about it, because we pissed off the Devil, and all of Hell is out for our blood.

At least I’m not alone anymore. Those three demon princes I was meant to guard? Turns out we’re linked to each other, body and soul. The golden cord connecting us is stronger than ever, binding us with its ethereal light. Dax, Marek, and Colton; three fierce champions by my side.

If only my past didn’t haunt them, too.

In some ways, we have everything we ever wanted. Freedom. Power. Wicked hot sex. We have it all—just not in the way we wanted it.

But I’ll be damned if we go down without a fight. I’ve got a stash of soul weapons, three demons with shady connections, and a chip on my shoulder the size of Los Angeles. We’ll take this city until it falls.

And then we’ll take Hell down, too.

Warning: Hellcat Fighting is a reverse harem novel with multiple love interests, and as the second in a trilogy ends on a cliffhanger. Intended for mature readers, it contains dark fantasy elements regarding violence and assault, along with sexual content that some readers may find offensive. Please proceed with caution.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.

Oh boy to things ramp up in this new installment to Cat's journey. Things are a little dicey between her and the guys after the big reveal in book one. It has put a huge kink in their bond but that doesn't stop the danger from coming closer and closer. Their are still some secrets to be revealed as well making it almost vital for them to be able to work together. We get plenty of danger and suspense as the story plays out that lead us to one huge cliff hanger. Makes for a rather riveting read I must say. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars. 

“I want a kiss,” I tell him, my voice barely above a whisper.

A beat passes, the two of us regarding one another in a silent exchange. The kitchen light glows behind him, so his face is backlit, tinges of golden hair alight but the features lost to darkness.

Then he moves. He kisses me so softly, I can barely feel it at first, the warm brush of his lips an aching promise of what we once had—what we could have again. I think that’s all he’s offering me at first, until it deepens, his tongue twining with mine while his hands come to rest—still gentle—at the side of my hips. I feel myself melting into him, my chest brushing his as the distance between us vanishes. I want him. It’s messy and raw and painful, but I want them all. I want to heal what we’ve shattered so we can crash into each other again and again without it hurting.

Colton pulls away just enough that he can speak, his hot breath brushing my lips as he asks me, “Can I have my precious damn control back now, Cat?”

My breath catches as I remember the game. I’d completely forgotten the purpose of this, my body already thrumming with triumph at the sight of his energy renewed. I’ve accomplished what I set out to achieve, and now a frisson of fear runs through me as he reminds me how this game ends.

But I made a promise.

“Yes,” I whisper.

In the shadow of our embrace, I can see barely enough to note the wicked curve to his lips as he smiles, and then he spins me around and slams me against the wall.


Jade Bones is a paranormal romance author who loves writing about delicious demons, magical worlds, and steamy romps. She is the author of the My Demon Bound series, featuring standalone one true love paranormal romances, and the Hell’s Fire Burning trilogy, featuring steamy, emotional reverse harem delights. When she isn’t writing, you can find her drinking tea, cuddling her dog, or taking tarot far too seriously.


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