By Laurie Olerich
A former shrink in the SuperMax prison, Benn’s positive he’s lost his damn mind when he wakes up in the body of an uptight antiquities professor. One glance in the mirror and he knows he’s not in Hell anymore. After he’s brought into Expat Security, the archangel Raphael hands him a mission he can’t refuse if he wants to get home again. Live in Rome, raft into jungles, and risk life and brand new limbs? Oh, hell, yeah! To this rush-loving extreme athlete ex-demon, this sounds like his idea of Heaven! There’s only one problem. He can’t do the job without the help of a beautiful grad student who can’t stand the sight of him. He may not remember their past, but he’s ready to make their present a whole helluva lot more fun.
Grad student Lainey Hayes has done everything she can to escape her mother’s embarrassing world of psychics and palm readers. Throwing herself into her studies, she’s perfectly happy until she’s assigned to a special project with the egotistical, narrow-minded, and condescending Professor Daniels. The smug academic discounts anything and everything related to the paranormal–including her mother. The idea of spending months tramping through ruins with him sounds like her vision of Hell, but she’s shocked to discover this adrenaline junkie with a zest for life is nothing like the jackass she remembered.
Hell is under attack. There is an ancient artifact that is out there that can kill Lucifer. Vanek and his team need to find it first in order to save Hell and stop a civil war from breaking out and spilling over to the human plane.
Benn is a psychiatrist for Hell (who knew there are psychiatrists in Hell). He has be given a task from Raphael to find the artifact because his transporter is a specialist in artifacts. He needs help because he didn’t get any memories from professor Daniels.
Lainey is a research assistant that has a history with Professor Daniels. She doesn’t know that Daniels has turned into Benn. She still thinks that he is the jerk she met a long time ago. Lainey also has the ability to sense when someone is telling the truth or not and it doesn’t help that Benn has to lie to her.
Book 2 takes this series to the next level. I love how Benn is slightly awkward and tries to fix his relationship with Lainey even though it was Daniels that wronged her. I also found that Lainey was adorable. She is head strong and willing to do what it takes to achieve her dreams. I also really like the interactions between all the demons. They know what is at stake for the world but they still manage to show that they are more than coworkers that they are family. I really love where Laurie is taking this series and can’t wait to see where it goes from here.
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