Sure As Hell (Life Is Hell Book 4) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Sure As Hell (Life is Hell #4)Sure As Hell by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sure as Hell is the fourth book in Naomi Valkyrie’s Life Is Hell series. The series is a urban fantasy that focuses on a found family of paranormal characters and their adventures and romances.
Reading the earlier books, particularly Hell in a Handbasket, I developed a bit of a soft spot for Jaru so it was great to have a whole book that focuses on him, particularly as he gets used to his independence and learns that being independent doesn’t mean he can’t turn to others for help.
It was also good to see the character Lark develop. He’s been a fun, mischievous presence and it was interesting to learn more about him and view him not just as a bit of comic relief. And I really liked the bond between Lark and Jaru and how that changed and grew over the course of the book.
This is another enjoyable book in an exciting series. It gets five stars from me! If you like urban fantasy you’ll love this, particularly if you prefer books with LGBT+ characters. It’s definitely worth reading the books in order to get to know the characters and put the events of this book into context.

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