Why would Satan banish someone from hell unless they were being "good"? Aren't the people in hell, supposedly, bad? How can you have a love relationship in Hell; leave-- and then trick Satan when you come back again?
I have a lot of questions, so I guess Helle in Heels was a little hard for me to follow. I try to read a story with an open mind and as purely entertainment, but this story has a lot of holes. May be I'm hindered by preconceived notions of what Hell is like. I don't think my views would be that much different from the next readers'.
Helle in Heels has an interesting concept, but needs a bit more work. With more context and world depth the book would shine. When I'm reading a book I don't want to have to ask myself questions I need the story to tell me everything as I want to live in that world and not make up my own. I hope to see Ms. Moore grow as she continues to write interesting concepts.
After the ten-thousandth fight with her father, the Devil's daughter is forced to surrender her trident and true love in order to save Earth from devastation of a magnitude it's never known. More than a few pulses are raised when Hellé Hawthorn and her minions hit Sin City on the hottest day of summer and make their business every man's pleasure.