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Soul acquisition is a drag, but if Abaddon doesn't catch up on his quota, he could be demoted to scooping poop for the hounds of hell. With a deadline hanging over him, he heads for the Bible Belt, looking for the perfect combination of sweetness and challenge.
Seth is a blind musician, part of a traveling tent revival. He's cute, mystically talented, and quotes the Bible at every turn. His soul is pure enough to fill Abaddon's quota for months to come, and Abaddon is determined to claim it.
The problem? There's the revival foreman who watches Abaddon's every move. Then there's the mystery of Seth's many unusual talents. Finally, there's Abaddon himself. He's beginning to like Seth a bit too much. Maybe Seth deserves something better than damnation.
But hell's agenda isn't negotiable, and time is running out. If Abaddon doesn't play his cards right, he could condemn both of them to the worst fate of all-an eternity apart.
Warning: Contains a Bible-quoting twink and an irreverent devil. Also, snakes. Lots and lots of snakes.
©2017 Marie Sexton (P)2017 Marie Sexton
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By L. Antoine on 10-14-17

Entertaining, however

There are some parts of Damned if you Do that are hilarious and utterly brilliant, however in a good part of the book, the story sagged for me. I really found Seth's constant quoting boring and rather annoying. Abaddon on the other hand was a real laugh, especially when it comes to hellish bureaucracy.
For the greater part, John Solo's narration was good

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