Raven's Hell by Jenika Snow

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SKU 978-1-77233-139-4

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Savages, 2

Collin Suthers was a kingpin of the underground world. Dealing in all things illegal, he reveled in the depraved acts he committed. But that world is now gone, and in its place is a vicious hell. Being savage is the only way to survive, and a woman who can help alleviate the solitude and isolation that plague him is what he is now after. 

Rebecca Shaw is a survivor, but when three men ambush her, she knows she can’t take them all on. Then a stranger shows up and takes them out with little effort. She wonders if this possessive side Collin shows toward her is more dangerous than the savage world itself. 

Collin won’t leave Rebecca. He can’t. Even though the world isn’t safe any longer, when it comes to something he wants, he doesn’t give up until it’s his. 

And he wants Rebecca. 



Cupping the side of her face, he smoothed his fingers over her lips. But she didn’t say anything else, just wrapped her hand around his length. A strangled noise left him when she parted her lips, and took the head into the hot, wet confines of her mouth. Collin reached out and wrapped his hand around her hair, closed his eyes, and let his head fall back on his neck. She took as much as she could, hollowed out her cheeks, and relaxed her throat.

“Fuck, Rebecca. God, you are sucking my cock so damn good, baby.”

She made a humming noise around him, and he groaned. The head of his erection nudged the back of her throat, but she didn’t give up. Over and over she brought him to the brink of coming, but it was when she reached down and took his balls in one hand, gave them a squeeze that bordered on pain, that Collin had to stop or he’d come and this would be over before it fucking started. Taking hold of her shoulders and pulling her to her feet, the sound of his dick coming free from the tight suction of her lips sounded erotic as hell. Her lips were swollen and red, and a surge of proprietary need slammed into him. He had made her mouth look like that.

Collin took her mouth in a brutal kiss at the same time he used his body to move her back until she was pressed against the wall. Sliding one of his hands behind her, down her back, and over the mound of her ass, he groaned against her mouth and squeezed one globe. He panted against her mouth, and squeezed again, and again, and on the third time he loosened his hold, knowing he needed to back off or he’d end up putting bruises on her pretty skin.

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The Romance Reviews
Written by Rachel's Willful Thoughts on 5th Aug 2015

Straight out of an episode of The Walking Dead, the setting for Jenika Snow's Savages Series is a world far different than ours. RAVEN'S HELL focuses on Collin and Rebecca, two strangers brought together by a desire to survive. With danger lurking around every corner, the two form a bond that never could have happened in their former lives. From start to finish, this was an intriguing storyline. It's a story about new beginnings where people are able to discard the past and create a fresh start. Collin and Rebecca are both damaged characters in a sense, but together they have a sense of completion. Their journey was a dangerous one with death looming around every corner. The heat level is everything I have come to expect from this author-- sizzling. It is integrated quite well into the storyline, making this a fantastic read. What it lacks in length is more than made up with substance. - See more at: http://erotic.theromancereviews.com/viewbooksreview.php?bookid=18035#sthash.VlsQPHKJ.dpuf

Night Owl Erotica
Written by Chris on 22nd Apr 2015

Do you have what it takes to survive when the world goes up in flames? Collin was a somewhat unsavory character before the virus killed the world, but Rebecca wasn’t. How did these two diverse people survive? We meet Rebecca when she’s managed to survive for 18 months after the end. She’s been taught through trial and error to trust no one since she’s been abused and betrayed over and over. Women are a commodity to be used. Is being alone better? Not really, but at least she’s safe. But is she getting too complacent with her success? Collin was mean and didn’t hesitate to pull the trigger if the situation, in his opinion, called for it. That’s come in handy in the world as it is now, but he too is alone. He’s looking for a mate, for lack of a better term, and while he doesn’t want to force the issue, he promises himself he won’t be without. Rebecca is in the right place at the right time, or the wrong place at the wrong time, depending on your point of view. I’ll give him credit, Collin came a long way back towards humanity when basically that trait is all but wiped out. Ironic, really. He’s rough and alpha, but he’s also respectful and caring towards his chosen. Even though circumstance forced them together they actually fall in love and they love each other fiercely. I really enjoyed this authors rendition of love after the end of humanity. Her characters were believable and obviously not too stupid to live. A good read.

Written by Angie on 18th Dec 2014

This was an interesting read about Collin and Rebecca. These two are trying to survive in a world where people turn into zombie like creatures. The bond these two form is really great.

Raven's Hell
Written by Future Slayer Girl (aka: kitten) on 17th Dec 2014

Jenika comes out balls to the walls in her second installment to the Savages series. Her post-apocalyptic zombie world which takes no prisoners and sucks you into the lives of survivors in this ravages USA. I have to say that the part was very high for Jenika in this one. I LOVED Sparrow and her men. I loved everything about that book. It was perfected and showed that not everyone fell victim to the ravaged world. I had only one issue with this book. Literally, one. I hate that I have this issue but I blame all the authors that were able to write a zombie world without making EVERYONE 'bad'. That if you turned wrong you were going to get assaulted, murdered, used, or some other horrible thing. I didn't like the constant mention that EVERYONE was now bad. Only because I give humanity more credit than that. I believe there will be more good than bad. That humanity would survive itself. That is literally the only zombie hang up I found in this book, other than that, I loved it. Jenika gave me more zombies, smexy bad boy, and an intensity that wasn't in the first book. In the first book it was all very natural, in this you weren't sure what either character was going to do. It was a slow burn, if you will, and they managed to find a safe zone for themselves. I loved that. And I loved that Collin survived himself. I hope that Jenika plays around more in this world. We don't have enough authors brave enough to dance in this world in the romance genre and they need to keep at it once they dive in. *I received a FREE copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

loved it!
Written by Christy Hebert on 16th Dec 2014

Ok, let me start off by saying that only Jenika Snow can get me to read, and really enjoy, something I normally wouldn't look twice at. Lol I'm not a "zombie survival" kind of girl, however I loved Collin and Rebecca's story. I only wished it was longer! Lol They had major chemistry. I couldn't wait for them to come together. Even my hubby got into the book as I would read and tell him about it! I would definitely recommend this book, series and anything written by Jenika Snow. She's fantastic! :0)

Written by LSanchez on 13th Dec 2014

Something totally different from Jenika Snow. I was able to get into the story line. It is different from anything else that she has written before. You still have your male alpha that takes care of the woman that he claims as his. This story takes place during zombies. I did enjoy it. I highly recommend it.

Written by Rhonda on 13th Dec 2014

I've been waiting for Collin's story and its worth the wait. I loved it and while I didn't like the parts about the infected, I understood those parts are essential to the book. Wonderful book jenika.

Finding love and surving the undead world!
Written by Evita on 10th Dec 2014

I have not read many apocalyptic stories, but this story is surely at the top of my list. Raven’s Hell is only the second in the Savages series and you do not need to have read the first one to catch on as to what is going on, though there is a mention or two of the characters from the previous story. The story had me hooked right from the beginning, we meet Rebecca and Collin and how they’ve managed to survive being in a world with the undead roaming around basically trying to get to you. Having to scavenge for bare necessities is the way of life now. Something clicks though when these two meet and they find how much they have been craving the feel of someone’s touch or being able to have a normal conversation. They forge a companionship and look out for each other while fulfilling each other’s needs. Highly recommended story, great chemistry between the characters, the storyline just got better and better. *ARC provided in return for an honest review

Written by Mlmayer on 10th Dec 2014

Loved it! AwesomLoved it! Awesome series and author!e series and author!

Finding love in hell
Written by Lisa M on 10th Dec 2014

Looking for a good read that features the end of civilization? Read book 2 from Jenika Snow Savages, "Raven's Hell". The flu vaccine was hailed as the best thing that ever happened, they found it cured cancer till those that had the shot became something undead. A little graphic in its descriptions so not for the weak stomach kind of person. But it really is a love story on how 2 people meet in desperate times to rebuild a life together. Loving the series, hope there is more

Ok I'm biased because I pretty much love anything that Jenika writes,
Written by Cathy on 10th Dec 2014

Ok I'm biased because I pretty much love anything that Jenika writes, but I l really did love this one. Jenika is slowly chipping away at my comfort reading zone. Just like she has made me a Grizzly fan, I am now a fan of apocalyptic stories. Imagine the world as we know it has ended and the few remaining humans are struggling to survive, trying to fight off the un-dead, meet their basics needs of food, water and shelter, all while defending themselves from the evils of some depraved un-infected men. Pretty grim setting, but through this dismal new world, Collin and Rachel manage to find each other and carve out a little bit of normalcy and beauty. They fulfill their basic human needs of companionship and human touch, forging a lasting relationship, always having each other's backs, and impossibly creating a little bit of a promising future for themselves. A lovely read, you won't be disappointed.