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See You in Hell (Mel Goes to Hell Series Book 2) by [Carlton, Demelza]
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The ultimate forbidden romance: when Lucifer falls for an angel. A match made in Heaven or Hell?
"Funny as hell" -Bookworm Betties
"The ultimate forbidden love" -Talk Supe
"Love, love, LOVED this story. Humorous, sexy and unique" -Page Princess

Melody Angel takes a job as a temp at the HELL Corporation. Surrounded by eternal bureaucracy gone mad, demons who love making life miserable, and dying for a decent coffee, it may take a miracle for Mel's mission to succeed. She must find out what evil plans Lucifer and his minions have in store and stop them, using any means necessary.

Adding trouble and temptation to Mel's job is Luce Iblis, the damnably hot CEO, who has set his smouldering eyes on the new office angel and he's determined to claim her, body and soul.

Can ultimate evil and angelic perfection escape a limbo of desire and find a paradise of their own?

A tiny taste of what's in store:

"Do you know how long you've made me wait?" Luce lifted his chin. "Close the door."

Mel turned and kicked the door shut with the sole of one shoe. The click of it closing coincided with her eyes meeting Luce's once more.

"Now strip and get your arse on the desk," Luce instructed.

Mel stared at him. He couldn't be serious, could he?

"Every other girl in this building knows how to do as she's told. Do you know how many girls I've had on this desk? You should consider yourself lucky. The last one I had in here was so quick getting undressed that I managed to give her a full fifteen minutes of my time. At this rate, you'll be lucky to have five."

Mel became transfixed by the timber desktop. "Did you wipe it clean afterwards?"

"What?" Luce's face reddened.

Mel Goes to Hell series

This is the second book in the Mel Goes to Hell series, which includes:
  • Welcome to Hell (#1) - FREE
  • See You in Hell (#2)
  • Mel Goes to Hell (#3)
  • To Hell and Back (#4)
  • The Holiday From Hell (#5)
  • Melody Angel's Guide to Heaven and Hell

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3087 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lost Plot Press (27 April 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #247,578 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I found this book to be well written with some wonderful characters, especially Mel. Although incredibly angelic, she is quite cheeky and won't take any crap! Luce is a very likeable character, which is saying something for the Lord of Hell. I enjoy his clumsy interactions with Mel. I would like to see more of Patrick though..
I love how the author has taken the generic battle between angels and demons, good and evil, and adapted them to fit into every-day roles working for HELL corporation. A great twist and It seems quite fitting.
From start to finish this book made me smile, laugh and even feel empathetic toward the demons, (particularly Nybbas and his package). The jokes are great and well placed with the right amount of sexy. Taking a little while for the story to get going, the more I read the more I was engrossed into the story and wanted to know about Luce and his peculiar soul.

This is a triumph and I cannot wait to see what happens next!
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I have followed this author for ages on Wattpad, and latched on to the opportunity to get my hands on this the second it came out. I found the main character hilarious (especially for an angel), and actually laughed out loud quite a few times (much to the scared observance of onlookers on the train)

Mel's sojourn at HELL comes across as a very organic and relatable experience, with many situations that any officework would have encountered at some point. Adding to this is the way the author manages to introduces the characters, reminding you that they are demons and angels, but able to have you look past this and see them as fully formed 3 dimensional people in their own right.

Once again Demelza has done an amazing job, and I just can't wait for the next book!!!
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It took me longer to settle into this franchise than it did the Ocean’s Gift series by the same author, of which I’m a big fan. But settle into it I ultimately did. This is a tongue-in-cheek look at the corporate world as we know it today, filled with nightmarish Kafkaesque red tape, oppressive mind games meant at enslaving your will in ways Mesmer would envy, to say nothing of the soul-sucking grind that accompanies the often less than satisfying if not totally meaningless day-to-day work. The military, what’s more, could learn a thing or two about psy-ops warfare from even a corporate middle management type, far less one of their CEOs, which, of course, is who our heroine is up against. So when Mel is afraid of losing her mind and her soul, trust me, she’s not alone; most readers will likely be giving a quiet nod, if not outright cheering the lambasting prose. Anyone who has spent even five minutes in corporate America will find it hard not to identify with the often too-real-for-words parody going on here.

But all the mirth directed at what is truthfully more correctly referred to today as corporate transglobal (now that Corporate America has spread across the world) is just background noise in this story, contributing to a sense of place and time. At heart, this is a romance story. And, you guessed it, the romantic story thread fundamentally asks the question, can an entirely unredemptive soul be transformed by love, even in a place like this? Can the snake turn the tables on the snake charmer? The odds are entirely against Mel, but it’s fun watching the corrosive force of love at work in a place determined to kill it not just at all costs, but with the professionalism and expertise brought to the task by Lucifer and his cleverest demons.
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See you in Hell

This was another Carlton masterpiece which I absolutely tore through. There is a skill in the way that the author manipulates the reader’s character preferences. At the start of the novel I thought Luce was a jerk and honestly would have crossed the room to avoid him, but by the end, he is displaying all the traits of potential boyfriend material. It takes real class to pull that off well. Luce has suddenly gone from jerk to hunk and I never saw it coming.

The portrayal of the residents of HELL as salvageable beings is entirely new and exceptionally well done. The author doesn’t make any claims that this novel is biblically accurate, but the references to life in Heaven before The Fall are insightful. I love how Mel can see the blackness of the demons’ souls but isn’t put off and I appreciated the play between Mel and Gabriel, which is indicative of real-time attitudes today towards the lost and needy. The novel isn’t a commentary on Christianity, but it would certainly make any self-respecting do-gooder cringe at times as they were forced to look in the mirror.

The novel is light-hearted and humorous but has a forceful kick in places that takes you unawares. I am definitely hanging out for the next book.
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By M on 8 January 2015
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4.5 stars

I read this book in a day, tore right through it, snorting to myself all the way.

What I Loved:

This story is an absolutely brilliant blend of the workaday and the otherworldly. It is, more than anything, the tale of a temp working a lousy job at an office--the temp just happens to be an angel and the company just happens to be HELL. It's a hilarious read, full of wardrobe malfunction and dick jokes. What I loved most, however, was the unswerving kindness of Mel. I've read so many unlikable female leads lately, that Mel was like a sip of fresh water. She is strong, funny, assertive, but also, above all else, kind. Good. She cares for everyone around her. I really loved that she could be both--strong and kind. She is a great example that there are many kinds of strength.

What I Didn't Love:

Luce. Let me qualify--I didn't dislike him either, in fact I enjoyed the scenes with him the most. I just couldn't love him. For most of the book he is, to me, kind of pathetic. I cringe for him, I feel badly for him, but I definitely don't have hot-and-bothered feelings for him. His terrible pick up lines are funny to read, for sure, and his awkwardness was certainly not what I was expecting from the lord of hell, famed seductor of angels! His charm is more Zapp Brannigan than Dracula (brannigan's law is like brannigan's love....) This did not at all prevent me from enjoying the book, but it did prevent me from being truly invested in the romance. I needed slightly more than dick origami and a tortured soul to fall for him.
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