Before Sable killed herself, she made sure to pay her bills, leave letters for her family, and to do the act itself in a place that was deserted at night. Consequently, the last thing she expected was to be pulled from her fume-filled car and given CPR by a cute idiot with a saviour complex.
The second to last thing she expected was to be accosted by an oddball claiming to be Lucifer (yes, that Lucifer), threating to send her to the worst level of Hell if she didn’t send the demon who’d tagged along with her back where he belonged. With no choice but to hunt down the demon, Sable soon discovers that life is not exactly what she’d believed it to be.
If you want a serious discourse on depression and suicide, this is not for you. If you want light-hearted hijinks replete with demons, angels, and other supernatural creatures, give it a go. A daft but enjoyable romp that doesn’t tax the brain
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review