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My Way To Hell

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Cover of the novel My Way To Hell written by Dakota Cassidy.

My Way To Hell is an romance novel written by Dakota Cassidy. It is the second book in the Hell series. The other book in the series is Kiss and Hell. In this series, various demonic beings appear that can be described as being sex demons or Succubi or Incubi in nature.


Overview

  • Title: Kiss and Hell
  • Author: Dakota Cassidy
  • Published By: Berkley Trade
  • Length: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 0425234436
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425234433
  • Publishing Date: July 6, 2010


Other Books in the Hell series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

She never thought he'd be the one.

After defying Lucifer to save her best friend Delaney, ex-demon Marcella Acosta has been banished to exist in the plane between heaven and hell-and there isn't a shopping mall in sight. After numerous failed attempts to contact Delaney through a bunch of hack mediums, Marcella's at her wits end. But there's one medium she's hasn't tried yet, and he just happens to be Delaney's scorching hot brother-the one guy who never gave Marcella the time of day…

But her heart has other ideas.

Thanks to his recently inherited psychic abilities, Kellen Markham has had spirits haunting him day and night-and not only are they just plain annoying, somehow they're able to touch him. To try and escape, Kellen moves into his sister's old apartment. But when he finds a box full of stuff that belonged to Marcella-the demon he spent years fighting his fierce attraction to-his not-so-pure thoughts drag her back to Earth. Now that Marcella's free from Plane Drab, there's no way in hell she's going back. Especially since there's a certain sexy medium she just can't seem to keep her hands off of…


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