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    Boring

    Even the concept is interesting but reading this book is like reading a diary with daily stuffs. The devil is too boring and much too tame.
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    This is a fun, feel-good romance

    This is a fun, feel-good romance; it is not one of the horror or science fiction books Christine Pope has written. There is a strong undercurrent of humor. I found myself grinning and chuckling throughout the book. There are numerous funny exchanges among the main characters and many unusual situations that could only happen with a supernatural date. One of the most amusing themes is Christa's reluctance to let anyone else know she's dating the Devil; how she avoids answering the questions of her friends and family with the truth while admitting it to herself is priceless. I read this after the sequel, "Charmed, I'm Sure" because I enjoyed the writing and story so much. I met some of the characters who will appear in it: Nina, Asmodeus, God, and Beelzebub. Both books are light, charming humorous stories about supernatural characters, and could be read stand-alone; but reading them both is even more enjoyable. I expect another sequel featuring Beelzebub meeting his salvation in The City of Angels. The version of the Devil is not the "fire and brimstone" vision of the Bible (and neither is God, who makes brief appearances, the formidable awe-inspiring Jehovah).
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    SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

    Great new series from this awesome author looking forward to reading the next episode
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