Dhellia

I'm Dhellia Hunt, princess of the underworld. Daughter of Lucifer and Adana. This is my story.

Being princess of the underworld has its perks, but being imprisoned for all eternity with undesirable duties cast upon her is not one of them.

When Dhellia runs away from home, she never expects her father, Lucifer to become her brutal enemy.

Little does she know that when she abandons her birthright to the underworld, it comes at a heavy price. Fighting for her life and on the run, Dhellia must discover powers she never knew she had to survive.

 

Synopsis
I'm Dhellia Hunt, princess of the underworld. Daughter of Lucifer and Adana. This is my story. Being princess of the underworld has its perks, but being imprisoned for all eternity with undesirable duties cast upon her is not one of them. When Dhellia runs away from home, she never expects her father, Lucifer to become her brutal enemy. Little does she know that when she abandons her birthright to the underworld, it comes at a heavy price. Fighting for her life and on the run, Dhellia must discover powers she never knew she had to survive.
April M. Reign is the bestselling author of HASH, The Mancini Saga, The Dhellia Series, The Disciples of the Damned Series and The Turning Series.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters are young and lively and the story is well-written. It is intended for young adults, but I ate it up. Dhellia is the daughter of the devil himself, so she has special powers that she is just beginning to understand. Some of these powers scare her as they tend to appear out of nowhere in moments of high stress. Her father sends hellhounds to find her as she hides out here with us on Earth, but her brother Damien looks out for her when he can. He leaves her in the hands of a vampire named Jonas and a wizard, Gavin. Together, the three of them begin their quest to find the murderer of Dhellia’s mother, a human.
I really like April M. Reign’s style. It’s perfect for the YA crowd and the lovers of the Twilight series and Supernatural should just eat this up! I gave this story five stars and look forward to Book 2.