Hell Hath No Fury | Review

Title: Hell Hath No Fury: A Romance Anthology for Reproductive Rights
Pages: 2191 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 18 October 2022
Rating: ★★★★.5


We will not be silent.
We will not stand down.
We are furious.
We are the storm.

More than forty of your favorite authors have gotten together to create an anthology where 100% of the proceeds go toward charities fighting for our reproductive rights.

Participating Authors
Alexandria Bishop, Amelia Wilde, Amie Knight, Anna B. Doe, Anna Edwards, Anne Malcom, Anne Mercier, Bella Matthews, BT Urruela, Cali Melle, Carly Phillips, Cassandra Robbins, Claire Hastings, Clarissa Wild, Sandy Alvarez and Crystal Daniels, Danielle Pearl, Darcy Rose, Dee Palmer, Dove Cavanaugh King, Eden Summers, Ella Fields, Evie Mitchell, Giana Darling, Hannah McBride, India R Adams, Ivy Fox, Jack Davenport, Jenika Snow, Jessica Gadziala, Kat T. Masen, KL Donn, LP Lovell and Stevie J Cole, Max Henry, Nicole Blanchard, Nikki Belaire, Piper Davenport, Sade Rena, Saffron A. Kent, Samantha Young, Sarah Bale, Serena Akeroyd, Sierra Glass, Skye Warren, Susanne Valenti and Caroline Peckham, Willow Winters


This book was provided by the authors through Wildfire Marketing Solutions in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Wildfire Marketing Solutions!

I read a few stories from this anthology. I tried to read a mix of authors I already knew and authors I did not yet know. What I love about anthologies is that you can get to know so many new authors while reading short stories. A bonus for this anthology is that it’s created to support productive rights.

In total I read 5 short stories and below you can read the individual ratings as well as the mini reviews.

Wicked by Anne Malcom 5/5
Anne Malcom is a new-to-me author and when I read a review about this short story, I knew that I had to read it. Wicked is a short story about a badass witch who’s part of a coven that rides motorbikes instead of brooms. How cool is that?! I really enjoyed getting to know Bellona and I was really sad when I read the end of the short story. I cannot wait to read more about Bellona!

 by Amelia Wilde 3.5/5
I’ve read a book by Amelia Wilde and I have a book from her on my ebook TBR, so when I saw her name in this anthology, I decided to read her short story. Inheritance was a cute little story that shows how important it is to care about your partner and to show that you need to live your life to the fullest. It’s okay to be afraid of certain things, but you must talk about it to your partner.

Hurt Me by Evie Mitchell 5/5
Evie Mitchell is another new-to-me author. When I saw her name, I mistook her for Eve L. Mitchell, an author whose books I’ve read. So when I started reading Hurt Me, I thought I was reading Eve L. Mitchell’s short story. But that’s okay, I really enjoyed Hurt Me, and it was nice to get to know another new author. Hurt Me was a really spicy read and I’m really excited for the couple’s story to come out in 2023.

Atonement by Ivy Fox 5/5
I’ve read the first two books in The Society series, so it was so much fun reading a short story set in the same world. I’m a big fan of Ivy Fox’ work, and this novella was so good. I really loved our main characters, Colleen and Owen. Their chemistry was on fire, and so was their spicy scene!

Savage by Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti 5/5
And the last short story I read in this anthology was Savage by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti. I’ve read all of their books set in the Solaria world so I loved reading about Merissa and Hail. I’ve been dying to read more about the twin’s parents and I finally got a few chapters. I also really loved reading about Gabriel’s dad. I’m really looking forward to reading more about Merissa and Hail, and how their story continued!