Snowballs In Hell (Princess of Hell, #2)

When Hell freezes over it’s up to Muriel, Hell’s most awesome princess, to set things right.

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Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy Romance (MFM)

 Hi, I’m Muriel, misbegotten daughter of Satan, and once again, my life is in turmoil. An enemy left a curse on my mind, one that makes me afraid. Completely unacceptable, but in order to charge my magical batteries and remove it, I have to do something awful–betray my beloved.

As if having to participate in a threesome isn’t traumatizing enough, Hell has frozen over, and although Hades looks pretty in a blanket of white, the repercussions are severe.

Time to grab my sword and feed it some fresh demonic blood. The fate of not just Hel, but the world depends on me. Can I do what it takes to save the world?

Warning: The following is a very adult urban fantasy containing sexual scenes, violence and twisted situations that some people might find offensive. Reader discretion is advised.


The Princess of Hell Series is best read in order:



Excerpt: (18+)

Exhausted, but a lot richer—the bar had sold an obscene amount of booze—I began my walk home. This was the first time since I’d met Auric that I didn’t have company, and to my annoyance, I missed it.

Auric usually held my hand when we walked home, or on lucky nights, we flew. He might be a fallen angel, but due to a deal he’d brokered with my dad—where Auric actually kept his soul—he gained a pair of shadow wings. I loved it when he held me and swooped through the night like a dark knight preparing to debauch me.

Lost in my thoughts, I almost walked right into the trap, but luckily for me, the stench of demon acted like smelling salts. I snapped to attention. Scanning the darkness around me, the street lamps on this section of the sidewalk dead—or intentionally broken—I listened for a sound to tell me in which direction they would be coming.

I pulled my silver enchanted blades from my thigh holsters—never leave home unless armed—and palmed them. A quick chant invoked the fire within them, a magic bought from dragons and a magic so strong I couldn’t negate it.

A whisper of sound behind me made me spin, my foot arcing out and connecting with something that grunted. As my opponent staggered, I popped into a ready position. Not really necessary, given I faced only a single demon. Piece of cake. Mmm…I wondered if we had any left in the fridge.

My lack of attention didn’t mean I was oblivious to what was happening around me but at the same time, give me some credit. One bile-green demon was barely enough to make me break a sweat.

“Come on, ugly, let’s get this over with. There’s a chocolate cake with whipped cream icing calling my name at home.”

The demon didn’t seem in a hurry. He leered at me, pointed teeth gleaming, and whistled through their gaps.


It didn’t need to hear the click of claws, or the whispery sound of leather wings dragging against buildings, to know my demon opponent wasn’t alone. From the darkness, several demons emerged. All smiling. All eyeballing me like a fine piece of steak.

So much for going home and enjoying my cake. This would totally mean I’d need a shower because only savages and Amazons ate with the blood and guts of their enemy coating them.

What? Did I not show a proper concern for the enemy force facing me? Um, they’d sent only a half-dozen. I was the princess of Hell. They should have sent more.

Confidence didn’t mean I didn’t wish for my Hell blade. With my mighty sword, I would have sliced through their ranks like a knife through butter. Sadly, it didn’t go well with most of my outfits, so I’d just packed my knives.

Hand-to-hand combat provided a great workout, but it wreaked havoc on my cleaning bill.

Or if I get dirty enough, I could always go shopping.

I’d stolen Daddy’s credit card again, to his delight, which meant I could go shopping until it screamed.

Shaking out my wrists, my blades held in a reverse grip, I grinned, baring my teeth at the demons and beckoned them. “Here, pussy, pussies.”

Okay, so I mocked them. Never show fear. Then again I didn’t actually fear these demons. On the contrary, I could feel the adrenaline rushing through my body, and my eyes lit with the flames of Hell, a clue that usually meant get your ass out of my way.

But being stupid minor demons—the bile demons not high on any hierarchy ladder—they obeyed orders without thought. They tightened their circle around me.

Game on.

I didn’t wait for them to attack. I moved first. More like danced, a slashing concert of death. I twirled and cut, slicing open demonic flesh, severing tendons, making them hiss and cry out as I showed them their mistake.

But there were quite a few of them. They surrounded me. When a meaty arm wrapped around my waist from behind and lifted me, my magic kicked in. Stupid and unpredictable, it only ever seemed to work when I was in dire danger.

Words of power filled my mind and rolled off my tongue in dark waves that spread from me and engulfed the demons. With shrieks and eyes that finally registered something—fear—they disintegrated into piles of ash.

Silence suddenly reigned, the only sign of the battle a sifting cloud of oily dust. Some of it got in my mouth, eeew! I coughed and fell to my knees, my body weak from all the magic I’d just expended. I heard pounding steps on the pavement and forced my head up in time to see a hooded figure jogging toward me.

The cloaked one approaches. His hand stretching. Stretching…

“No!” I cried out, the sound faint as fear stole my breath.

Panic set in, and already weak, my mind shut down.

Face, meet pavement.



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Content Editor: Devin Govaere
Cover Artist: Amanda Kelsey –


Four and a Half Star Review for Snowballs In Hell
“Book two in the Princess of Hell series might be a bit short, but definitely packs quite a punch.
…If you haven’t had the pleasure of reading an Eve Langlais stories, then you should definitely give her Princess of Hell series a try. It’s an absolute must for any paranormal reader.”says

Yadkny of Night Owl Romance
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Four Bookie Review for Snowballs In Hell
“Once again I loved Muriel; she is everything I want in a female lead. She is strong, and can back up her tough words with some serious action. She is also a little bit selfish which is true of every woman.
Snowballs In Hell was a fantastic follow up to Lucifer’s Daughter… “says
Amanda-Lee of Book Lovers Inc.For the full review click here.
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Completely Seduced Review for Snowballs In Hell
“This is a book where you’re lucky if you can walk away from it intact it’s that insanely HOT.
…This was a great book and one that I had a lot of fun reading. The author has a great ability to mix spice with interesting plotlines in such a way that you’re eager to read through to the end in one sitting.”says

The Bookish of Snob Books
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Four Drop Review for Snowballs In Hell
” I’m generally not a fan of reading threesomes because I don’t believe a person, even a fictional one, can say they love someone more than anything then turn around and say the exact same thing to another. And in some stories yet another person. But Eve did a really good job making this about helping Muriel and not about just adding sex and random emotions to the story.
…I liked the second book in Eve Langlais’ series as much as the first and I look forward to seeing what she cooks up next for Muriel.”says

Stephanie of Paranormal Haven
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Four Star Review for Snowballs In Hell
“This is one wicked read. Satan’s spawn Muriel is back and she’s just as feisty.
…I highly recommend this if you’re looking for a chuckle and some action with your arousing paranormal stories. “says

Theresa Joseph of The Romance Studio
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Four Feather Review for Snowballs In Hell
“Once again I loved Muriel; she is everything I want in a female lead. She is strong, and can back up her tough words with some serious action. She is also a little bit selfish which is true of every woman.
Snowballs In Hell was a fantastic follow up to Lucifer’s Daughter… “says

Wings of Story Wings
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Four Heart Review ForSnowballs In Hell
“I loved the idea that Hell actually had snow! But even more hilarious was that because many of us use the phrase “not a snowballs chance in Hell” or “when Hell freezes over” all the promises made with those lines must come true, like a contract. So of course, many souls will be committing sins and interfering with Satan’s golf game!
…But it is the true soul touching love that Auric has for Muriel that allows him to share her with another, especially with such a close friend as David. Most people do not love others as completely as Auric does (even Muriel can’t handle the thought of sharing her guys with another girl) and yet his love gives her the strength to reach out and grow in magic to defeat the evil ones in this story. “says

Melissa of Sizzling Hot Books
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Five Howl Review for Snowballs In Hell
“I loved Snowballs in Hell! This is another wicked adventure from Lucifer’s daughter Muriel. You’ll find out what the meaning of Hell’s frozen over…
…This is a must try series if you’re an erotic paranormal romance reader!! “says

Laurie of Bitten By Paranormal Romance
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