Samantha Martin may be the leader of Hel, but she is also an imp in debt to a sorcerer. Luckily, he's vowed to wipe away all the favors she owes for one job - retrieve a stolen gem.
But Gregory also needs her help. Interdimensional rifts are opening, spilling supernatural creatures into the world of the humans. Locating and closing the gateways takes a team of two - an angel and a demon.
It's the opportunity Sam has been waiting for, the very thing that might allow demons and angels to put aside nearly three million years of hate. But the gem has a dark power - one that could shatter any hope of peace between heaven and hell. Which task takes priority? Sam is at a crossroads, where either choice leads to a dark future.
©2015 Debra Dunbar (P)2016 Debra Dunbar
Sam is no longer as cheeky and selfish as she was. I quite miss this side of actually. This was one of my favourite books in the series but I definitely miss some of the other characters that feature predominantly in the other books too such as her brother Dar and of course Wyatt.
"I love these books."
They are laugh out loud hilarious. The writing is funny but it's the narration that sells it.
I love these books... Can't wait for the next! And the narrator does a WONDERFUL job of bring the characters to life, you truly feel there in the story... love the laughs
I just can't wait for the next book. this is one of my favorite all time series
I've listened to all of the books so far. I have already recommended this series to many of my friends. They have the same opinion as I do, this is a must read/listen to book. The only downside to the series is that I have to wait until the next book is released to find out more about my favorite imp.
"It's over too quickly"
I love this imp. The author and narrator are so good I feel like I am in the middle of the story just following everyone around. There is a book 8 and hopefully a 9, 10, 11, etc..
"That’s what she said."
I was excited to find this book. I didn't realize it had been released or that it was even coming and to my surprise it was a Whispersync book so I was able to get it cheaper. I love Sam, she is such a troublemaker and as usual she gets herself into trouble in this book. I laughed at the Supernatural reference and the Nirvana reference. My only problem is I have forgotten some of the details from the other books and now want to reread them all over again. I listen to too many audiobooks to keep them all straight. The narrator is not my favorite, but the more I listen to her the better I like her.
"Sams Vicktory Dance"
I already Have
I have to go with Sam. She's the typical Demon and she really doesn't want the extra responsibility that comes with the Iblis. Of Course she needs the title because of the love she has for the Angel. so, she tied in.
Angela makes this series coms true. Her character voices and acting isn't too dramatic but it makes for good narration at its simplicity.
One's version of Heaven and Hell as an imp.
the books are coming faster but I still can't wait for the next installment.
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