For the Hell of It by Cate Corvin – A Book Review

Posted May 14, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 0 Comments

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For the Hell of It

(Razing Hell – Book 1)

by Cate Corvin
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Fast Burn RH, PNR
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

Hellish and just this side of demonic, this book kicks off an interesting, post Armageddon mystery filled with heat, temptation and fallen angels. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

They broke my halo.
Burned my wings.
Sent me plummeting straight to Hell.

When I’m captured by demons and forced into the fighting pits of the Seventh Circle of Hell, I need to stay alive long enough to claw my way back to Heaven and destroy the archangels who betrayed me.

Four dangerous men stand between me and my vengeance.
A deadly Nephilim in self-imposed exile. Hunger incarnate, ravenous for an angel. The heir to Satan’s sinful throne. And the prince who bound my soul to his until I win my freedom.
They think I’m still pure. They think I’m innocent. They think they’ll enjoy corrupting me.

Joke’s on them. This angel’s no saint.

If Heaven doesn’t want me, I’ll be bad for the Hell of it.


For The Hell of It is a steamy reverse harem romance for readers 18 and over.

Thoughts on For The Hell of It

The premise of this book was spot on… and unique from other Reverse Harem’s featuring hellish plots. We’ve got Lucifer (because what demon infused RH is complete without Lucifer?), the Prince of Wrath, Belial, a Watcher, Azazel and a Nephilim, Tascius.

These charming, and not so charming, almost monsters, converge when an Angel Falls, breaking her Halo on the cracked ground of Hell. Why she fell, and what led to that auspicious event, is a mystery we don’t learn till well into the narrative, but when it hits, it makes the plot a touch richer. I was expecting something else, so the truth was a nice surprise.

All in all, this was an OK book. I found the narrative a bit stilted and the flow stumbling, along with events that seemed to make little sense. Not sure I am going to invest in Book 2 just yet. Perhaps.


First Person, Multiple POV

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Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on For the Hell of It

Decent premise with an alright execution. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Published April 10th, 2020
312 Pages

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