Kiss and Hell (Hell #1)
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... show more
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.
Publish date: June 2nd 2009
Publisher: Berkley Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Hell (#1)
I liked the idea of this more than the actual read itself. It had a perfectly funny setup. Girl who sees ghosts meets cute boy, who just happens to be the newly dead demon assigned to bring her back to hell. Delaney and Clyde were a cute couple, figuring out why Lucifer was really after Delaney and...
My review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/reviews/Oct09/kissandhell.dc.htmlFor medium Delaney Markham, ghosts popping in an out are an everyday occurrence. But when a very gorgeous, very naked ghost interrupts a séance Delaney’s conducting and refuses to leave, ...
I didn't even make it halfway through this book before I had to stop. I simply couldn't handle anymore of Delaney's bullshit. She's selfish, stubborn, two-faced, and shallow. I can't understand why the author thought her main character should be the biggest bitch ever. The way she treats Clyde is do...
This is my first Dakota Cassidy novel, and I'm ecstatic to say, "Thank fucking God, because it is freaking awesome." Excuse my French. Kiss & Hell is definitely going into My Favorite Pile--for so many reasons. Now that I look back, I realize that the first half of the novel's setting is in Delaney'...
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