Devil Under the Mistletoe

Holidays are Hell series, #1

Sam Cheever offers a bit of everything with this fantastic Holiday read. Amanda Wright is a superb heroine and she won me over as quickly as she did the reluctant hero. She’s strong and sweet and slightly sassy when she needs to be. I enjoyed the depth of emotion she had and how I reacted to it. I also took great pleasure in how well a very serious subject matter was handled, making it serious yet still engaging. Damian Noire is one sexy sinner and his complex gray personality makes him so wonderfully desirable. The setting is spectacular and this new spin on Hell is fantastic. I love the world the author created with this story and I cannot wait to read more, hopefully meeting some other Perdition Guides and their assignments. This author is admittedly a favorite of mine and I will say that this story does not disappoint, she has a carefree style that seems to greet me like an old friend. This is definitely one to read if you are looking for an amusing and entertaining short story.

Amanda Wright is not having the best Holiday this year. She’s surprised to find she has died but she’s even more surprised to find out that she’s on her way to Hell. Perdition Guide Damian Noire escorts the recently deceased to their proper resting place, but something isn’t right with his latest assignment. Amanda might just be innocent and if she is she doesn’t belong in Hell, however, now that Damian has gotten to know her and hold her under the mistletoe he doesn’t want to let her go.

Book Blurb for Devil Under the Mistletoe

A humorous paranormal romance for the holidays!

This Christmas, Damian Noire’s assignment is to bring beautiful Amanda Wright to stand before the judgment assembly, and then take her to her assigned circle of Hell. It sounds simple. But it’s about to become the hardest assignment he’s ever performed. Amanda might not belong in Hell at all. The problem is, Damian really kind of likes her. And if he gets her the judgment she truly deserves, he’s probably going to lose her forever. But if he doesn’t help her, an innocent may spend eternity in Hell. It appears to be a lose/lose situation on all fronts. Proving once again that holidays truly are hell!

Night Owl Reviews May, 2013 4.00