Publication Date: April 20th, 2017
You never expect to meet your soulmate after you die. And you definitely never expect your soulmate not to have a soul at all.
However, that’s what happened to Addison: One minute she’s walking along in her average life, worrying about curfew, and the next minute she’s in hell.
Addison was living a typical teenager’s life before being dragged down to hell to atone for her sins on Earth. She must now make up for her bad behaviour but is not expecting to meet her match in Ethan. Devilish good looks, charming smirk, an attitude to match… Oh, and he’s Satan’s Son. Addison must now navigate the channels of hell with the reluctant guidance of Ethan as he atones for his own error. But could his mistake be closer linked to Addison’s death than she knows? Neither Addison or Ethan were planning to find love but now that they’re here, which will it be: Heaven or Hell?
Addison is your average teenager, going about her average life when she ends up in Hell. Confused and alone she gets placed in a queue to await her judgment. In the meantime, she needs to learn the art of guiding- saving humans from themselves in their darkest hour.
Ethan is Satan’s Son, and he’s sentenced to helping Addison- it is his fault she was in Hell after all.
Their chemistry is on fire, but Addison has other priorities, annoy the ‘Hell’ out of Ethan for her own personal enjoyment. What else is there to do in Hell? Not much.
When her judgment comes, their love must be sacrificed- who’s willing to break the bond? And who will do anything to keep it?
Leaves the reader wondering how the main character died in the first place. The book hints at Ethan being responsible for her death, but, never actually goes into detail.
Paragraphs of the main character (Addison) annoying people- in an immature way. Repetitive and ultimately becomes annoying to the reader as well.
Recommended to a younger audience, 17-20.
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