"a great addition to the paranormal romance genre"
Delaney Markham doesn't just see dead people, she hears
them too. And FYI—communicating with tortured souls all day
can really wreak havoc on your love life. Sans boyfriend,
Delaney makes the best of her gift by holding séances to
make ends meet—that is until one incredibly annoying ghost
just won't go away.
Besides being sinfully hot—in a college professor sort of
way—all signs point to Clyde Atwell being much more than
the ordinary spirit. In fact, he's a newbie demon whose
first assignment is to take Delaney back down to hell with
him. Yeah, like that's going to happen on the first date.
Dakota Cassidy always makes me laugh and this was no
exception. This novel has some great twists and turns and
the whole concept is interesting and fresh. With the witty
and fun dialogue that I have come to expect and love, this
was a worthwhile read. Just enough romance, a pinch of
mystery, a little chick-lit and a sprig of paranormal and
and as always the recipe was cooked together well and
turned out to be a tasty treat.
The author always manages to make her books shine and while
Kiss and Hell is, in my honest opinion, not as good
as her Accidental series, it is still one not to be missed
and a great addition to the paranormal romance genre.
Dakota is one of the authors I keep a look out for because
her books are just so damn unusual and funny.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted June 6, 2009