Devil May Care
Series: Holidays Are Hell, book 2
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-944788-64-3
Publisher: Electric Prose Publications
If your name's Valentine, you just know that February's gonna suck.
This Valentine's Day, the ultimate joke is about to be played on poor Valentine. She's supposed to choke on a chocolate heart and die. You'd think that would be bad enough. But when she misses her chance to die, she finds herself running from an overly ambitious angel and a sexier-than-hell devil named Abbadon. In the race between good and evil it's no contest. Hell has sexy green eyes, lots of yummy muscles, and a truly decadent pair of lips to ease her pain!
Ms. Cheever has a truly wicked imagination and a penchant for utterly delicious demons, and this story ticks both those boxes. The reader is right there with Valentine drooling over Don's delightful physical attributes, as well as alternately laughing and gasping as the plot unfolds and the battle rolls across the universe.
—4 Hearts from Helen, Love Romances & More
Sam Cheever adds a terrific twist to the holidays with this sweetheart of a short! I loved the abundance of adventure and the exuberance of this story. Valentine Smith is a fabulously complex heroine, just when I thought I knew exactly who she was she threw me for a loop. I loved how she hates her name and boycotts the holiday yet fate has other plans for her. Abbadon is larger than life and excuse the cliché but sexy as hell! He might not be what every little girl typically dreams of but once you read this story he'll be what every woman fantasizes about. He is a supreme Alpha male with just the right amount of softness when needed. I swear my face muscles were a little sore after reading because of the smile on my face. I thoroughly enjoyed the first hellish holiday short story and am happy to see Abbadon get his own adventure. The world that has been created is so stunning and I'm glad to have gotten another glimpse of it. This short story shows that even though the holidays can be Hell, there's nothing wrong with a scorching time during the festive seasons.
—4.5 Stars and a Reviewer Top Pick from Pauline, Night Owl Reviews
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