Kiss and Hell
Book 1 - Demonic Series
Delaney Markham has been seeing and talking to ghost for the past fifteen years. Helping lost souls get to the other side sure makes for an interesting life. Between her day job and acting as a medium, Delaney has no time for a social life. Several years ago Delaney got on the bad side of the devil and he vowed that Delaney and everyone she loves would end up in Hell. With the heap of a demon friend, Delaney has managed to stay out of Hell and off the devil's radar. Clyde Atwell does not know what he has done to end up in Hell or how he died. He is a new low-level demon and his first assignment is to take Delaney to hell with him. But Clyde does not want to take Delaney to hell; he just wants her help finding out why he ended up in Hell and how to fix it.
With Demons coming after Delaney and Clyde, trying to figure out what happened to Clyde, they don’t need to find themselves falling for each other. The more Delaney learns about Clyde's life the more she can't help falling for him. Clyde starts feeling the same way about Delaney. They are in for one hell of a fight once Lucifer shows up in person to fight for what he wants.
This is the first installment in Ms Cassidy's new Demonic series. If you are a fan of Ms Cassidy's Accidental series you will love this one just as much.
Book Blurb for Kiss and Hell
Hell's not the only thing that's hot in the sinful new novel from the author of Accidentally Dead.
Delaney Markham doesn't just see dead people, she hears them too. And FYI—communicating with tortured souls all day can really wreak havoc on your love life. Sans boyfriend, Delaney makes the best of her gift by holding séances to make ends meet—that is until one incredibly annoying ghost just won't go away.
Besides being sinfully hot—in a college professor sort of way—all signs point to Clyde Atwell being much more than the ordinary spirit. In fact, he's a newbie demon whose first assignment is to take Delaney back down to hell with him. Yeah, like that's going to happen on the first date.
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