Hell for the Holidays (Paranormal BBW Romance)

by Celia Kyle

Published Dec 17, 2013 by Summerhouse Publishing; 2nd edition (December 17, 2013)

Price: $2.99

(Price last checked: 11/21/2020, 2:09 PM)

4.2 out of 5 on Amazon with 19 ratings
Hell's demons, Satan included, have unanimously decided that they too, should begin celebrating holidays. Not Christmas, mind you, because that would just be wrong. Even demons would like to have sparkly and shiny decorations to look at, just as long as they’re flame-resistant, for the festive months of November and December. So, Damon the demon, aptly named like so many other fellow demons, is sent in search of the perfect holiday decorator to jazz up their fiery Hell.

Holly Boughs, so named because of her mother’s love for the holidays, is in line for this year's prestigious Best Store Window Award. They’re looking for the best of the best of the best (sir!), and she believes she’s outdone herself this time. She's decorated her fanny off, put on the finishing touches, and is ready to win it all. There’s just one little problem: Holly is kidnapped, dragged to Hell, where she’s told to do it all over again. Without melting anything in the process. Um, yeah. Talented or not, Holly definitely has her work cut out for her, because trying to please these demons from Hell is no easy task.

Publisher’s Note: This title has been previously released with another publisher. Previously titled Holly-day.

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