I was supposed to die and go to Heaven. Too bad I ended up in Hell.
Everyone wants to end up standing at the gates of Heaven, but I took a 90-degree turn into Hell after my fatal car accident, waking up in a dark room with no one and nothing around me except for Adonis, the cheeky third prince of Hell with a killer smile, to tell me all about my impending judgment day.
Next thing I know I'm surrounded by not one, but three demon lords and their father, Lucifer Morningstar. Each of them calls to me on a level I've never felt before, and when it's revealed just how deep the connection goes, it turns out that we'd all do anything to get rid of this curse - all while I might be falling for them in the process.
So these days, I've been thinking: What's the use in being good when it's so fun to be bad?
This book was constructed using various different religious ideas, along with creativity, but the results are a fictional story based in Hell that deals with the classic light and evil debate. It is not in any way meant to offend any listeners.