Release Date: 17 July 2012
Warning:This story centers around a grumpy demon holding onto an ancient vow and a perky psycho (with killer tendencies) who is determined to make him snap. There's cursing, melt-your-screen hotness, messed up religious tropes and snort out loud fun. If you enjoy raunchy humor, sizzling moments and already know you’re going to Hell, then dive on in.
I'm not crazy. I just have anger issues.
With a giggle and an outrageous mouth – perfect for things other than talking – Katie comes flying into Xaphan’s life, upsetting centuries of self-inflicted misery. How can he stay true to the one he lost when a bubbly psycho, with mismatched eyes, keeps consuming his thoughts – and awakening his desire?
So she was a tad bit nuts, Katie’s insanity came in handy as the Devil’s favorite problem solver. But killing’s not on the menu when a dragon goes missing, and worse, Lucifer teams her up with Hell’s grumpiest demon. His rejection of her advances only makes her more determined to seduce him. And despite her violent reputation, a part of her is oddly tempted to let him live.
Welcome to Hell where the rules are always changing, the ash is constantly raining, and Lucifer is watching, waiting to steal your soul…
My Opinion 5 STARS
Another brilliant book in the series.
I loved that we already know that Lucifer is playing match maker with some of his better staff. It gives us a whole new way to look at him especially the way some of them get away with talking to him.
Xaphan is our moody demon, a man who made a vow to his lover three hundred years ago and still lives by it ever faithfully.
Katie is the fun loving, bubbly psycho intent on seducing him and getting him to lighten up. The problem is that after she sleeps with a man, she feels vulnerable and ends up killing her lover after the first time.
On a mission set by Lucifer the pair set out to find Lucifer's granddaughters pet pink Dragon. The pain both rub watch other the wrong way and the right way. It is mainly Xaphan that struggles with the feeling she brings out in him. Both also have a psychotic possessive side.
Loved the wit and banter between the two, especially when Xaphan started to loosen up.