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See You in Hell (Mel Goes to Hell Series Book 2) by [Carlton, Demelza]
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"*****5 -Funny, Unique & Engrossing- Stars***** Funny as hell - an awesome read" - Bookworm Betties

"Laugh out loud hilarious...full of satire and chemistry, an explosive combination." - Anne-Marie Reynolds, Readers' Favorite

"Quick-witted, fun, and worryingly recognizable. Opposites attract taken to the extreme." - Olga Nunez Miret, BTS Magazine

"Love, Love, Loved this story. Ms. Carlton has written a story that is humorous, sexy, and unique." - Page Princess

"Light hearted horny fun" - Gemma Farrow

"So freaking funny" - Cruising Susan Reviews

"One hell of a funny read. I love me some Luce." - Love N. Books

"Forget thinking it's your run of the mill, angels versus demons story. Just wait till you hit the scene with the coffee maker" - Rachel, The SubClub Books

"The right amount of sexy" - Johanna

"The chemistry between the two...I feel the heat from hell off the pages" - Carey Decevito, author of The Broken Men Chronicles

"It makes you feel so wrong but you can't help it" - The Two Brains of Book Reviewers

"A very unique read on Angels and Demons. I loved this book" - Pamaceeve's Blog

"The ultimate forbidden love" - Talk Supe

"Mel needs more books. I give See You in Hell 5 books!!" - I Feel the Need, the Need to Read

"Luce definitely grows on you" - Ginger Gelsheimer, author of the Aurora Conspiracy series

"Smoking hot gals and attractively seductive guys!" - Daniel Greathead, author of the Half-Light series

"Cute but captivating" - Platypire Reviews

"A stroke of genius" - Mary Rose Styles

"A funny battle of good versus evil" - KT Book Reviews

"The corrosive force of love at work" - Dean C. Moore

"I laughed out loud quite a few times (much to the scared observance of onlookers on the train)" - Syndrium

About the Author

Demelza Carlton has always loved the ocean, but on her first snorkelling trip she found she was afraid of fish.
She has since swum with sea lions, sharks and sea cucumbers and stood on spray-drenched cliffs over a seething sea as a seven-metre cyclonic swell surged in, shattering a shipwreck below.
Sensationalist spin? No - Demelza tends to take a camera with her so she can capture and share the moment later; shipwrecks, sharks and all.
Demelza now lives in Perth, Western Australia, the shark attack capital of the world.
The Ocean's Gift series was her first foray into fiction, followed by the Nightmares trilogy. She swears the Mel Goes to Hell series ambushed her on a crowded train and wouldn't leave her alone.
To get an email whenever Demelza releases a new title AND get a free book, sign up for her VIP newsletter at demelzacarlton.com (just copy and paste into your browser).

Product Details

  • File Size: 3087 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lost Plot Press (April 27, 2014)
  • Publication Date: April 27, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JZZODA4
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Following my review of the short story and first episode of the “Mel Goes to Hell” series, I expected another sterling example of writing prowess from authoress Demelza Carlton. She delivered in spades! “See You In Hell” fulfilled all of my expectations, and then some. Ms Carlton is, without a doubt, a mistress of innuendo, double entendres, pun and fun to read prose. Her use of allegory in characterization and descriptive narrative of the HELL Corporation and its CEO and employees is…well, beyond human.

“See You In Hell” is not only a highly entertaining and fun read, Ms Carlton uses humor, sometimes subtly, but more often directly to explore and display several stereotypical concepts. These include the corporate world, religion, several demon/angel myths and human personality traits and faults. This is all rolled into an excellent read, free of stress or brain strain. If you’re looking for a light, entertaining read with philosophical undertones, you’ll love this book, the series and the author’s writing style.
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I love this book!! I enjoyed it immensely!! Melody Angel is a spitfire and doesn't take crap from anybody, whether it is a fellow angel or the Lord of Hell Lucifer himself. She is a "different" angel in that she is nice to her demon co-workers and she genuinely cares about them and their feelings. She is a hard worker, no matter how ridiculous the job or task is, she takes it on with a good attitude and puts in 100% until it is done. I love how she handles Luce and his smarmy advances at work. He is a grade A jerk and she doesn't let that get to her. She is the only one that can put him in his place.

I enjoyed reading this book so much. I laughed out loud at times and I really enjoyed the story. One of my all time favorite parts of the book is at the Christmas dinner. This happens:

"That was Lucifer. The infernal Lord of Hell. In perhaps the sexiest body I've ever seen him in. And you...you took his di#k and wiped your wet patches with it. Are you trying to tempt him to taint you? He's the most dangerous demon there is!"

I am not going to explain because you will just have to read it for yourself to find out what is going on. Let's just say that it's not what you think and you will be laughing when you read it. I can not wait to read more about the Hell corporation and Melody Angel. I really hope there is more to Mel's story and that we get to see more of her. The ending is a surprise and I'm intrigued as to what the next book will entail. Mel is a delightful character and she needs more books. I give See You in Hell 5 books!!
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In the Mel Goes to Hell series, Demelza Carlton introduced the angelic Mel in Welcome to Hell, the first story in the series. Mel landed a job at Health, Environment, Life and Lands Corporation -- HELL.

Now, Mel's adventures continue in See You in Hell. Her mission is to infiltrate HELL and determine if Lucifer is launching a takeover bid for Western Australia. She also has to decide if the CEO of HELL is Lucifer:

"Mel recognised [the CEO's] stance as one meant to draw attention to the bulge in his pants. The implied message was clear: the pants could be unzipped for the right girl or boy, if someone played their cards right. Mel had far more experience with such a stance than Luce probably realised – for she remembered a time in Russia when it had merely meant the man was rich enough to own a spare pair of socks to stuff in his pants against the frostbiting cold. Ah, Napoleon had been stubborn and arrogant, too, she recalled, but he'd been good for intelligent conversation. He'd also owned an ample supply of socks."

During her assignment, Mel experiences many facets of corporate life. She attends boring orientations, gets stuck in mind-numbing bureaucratic rework, and views presentations from…well, you know.

Mel fends off the devilish advances of the CEO. Can she remain true to her angelic allegiance in the face of a demonic seduction?

Ms. Carlton has done a great job with her newest work. The story is entertaining and humorous. At the same time, the characters learn to look beyond stereotypes to the real angel…or demon…on the inside.
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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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