See You in Hell [NOOK Book]

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A devilishly hot CEO. The angelic new office temp. A match made in Heaven or Hell?
Melody Angel takes a job as a temp at the HELL Corporation. Surrounded by eternal bureaucracy gone mad, demons who love making life miserable, and dying for a decent coffee, it may take a miracle for Mel's mission to succeed. She must find out what evil plans Lucifer and his minions have in store and stop them, using any means necessary.
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Overview

A devilishly hot CEO. The angelic new office temp. A match made in Heaven or Hell?
Melody Angel takes a job as a temp at the HELL Corporation. Surrounded by eternal bureaucracy gone mad, demons who love making life miserable, and dying for a decent coffee, it may take a miracle for Mel's mission to succeed. She must find out what evil plans Lucifer and his minions have in store and stop them, using any means necessary.
Adding trouble and temptation to Mel's job is Luce Iblis, the damnably hot CEO, who has set his smouldering eyes on the new office angel and he's determined to claim her, body and soul.
Can ultimate evil and angelic perfection escape a limbo of desire and find a paradise of their own?

A tiny taste of what's in store:

"Do you know how long you've made me wait?" Luce lifted his chin. "Close the door."
Mel turned and kicked the door shut with the sole of one shoe. The click of it closing coincided with her eyes meeting Luce's once more.
"Now strip and get your arse on the desk," Luce instructed.
Mel stared at him. He couldn't be serious, could he?
"Every other girl in this building knows how to do as she's told. Do you know how many girls I've had on this desk? You should consider yourself lucky. The last one I had in here was so quick getting undressed that I managed to give her a full fifteen minutes of my time. At this rate, you'll be lucky to have five."
Mel became transfixed by the timber desktop. "Did you wipe it clean afterwards?"
"What?" Luce's face reddened.

Mel Goes to Hell series

Welcome to Hell - A Short Story (#1)
See You in Hell (#2)
Mel Goes to Hell (#3)
To Hell and Back (#4) - to be released in 2015

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045808255
  • Publisher: Demelza Carlton
  • Publication date: 4/30/2014
  • Series: Mel Goes to Hell, #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 473,266
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Demelza Carlton has always loved the ocean, but on her first snorkelling trip she found she was afraid of fish. She has since swum with sea lions, sharks and sea cucumbers and stood on spray-drenched cliffs over a seething sea as a seven-metre cyclonic swell surged in, shattering a shipwreck below. Sensationalist spin? No - Demelza tends to take a camera with her so she can capture and share the moment later; shipwrecks, sharks and all. Demelza now lives in Perth, Western Australia, the shark attack capital of the world. The Ocean's Gift series was her first foray into fiction, followed by the Nightmares trilogy. She swears the Mel Goes to Hell series ambushed her on a crowded train and wouldn't leave her alone.

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  • Posted May 1, 2014

    I honestly had to read the book because of the title of the book

    I honestly had to read the book because of the title of the book. I read Welcome to Hell so I understood the plot for this book. Sometimes you really do feel like you are working in Hell, but Mel is really working with Demons and the Devil. If any of my co-workers read this, I am not talking about you. I swear! :-)

    This book made me laugh all the way till the end! And the ending...I want to know what happens now! I am terrible about waiting. But extremely excited for the follow up book.

    Demelza has made a taboo conversation into a hilarious story about the force between Heaven and Hell. How can I like Luce in the end?! It makes you feel so wrong but you can't help it.


    I give this book a 4.4. Cannot wait for the follow up book!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 28, 2015

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    **I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest revi

    **I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review
    Mel had a new job. Raphael would see her in HELL on Monday at 9am. This would be her most difficult assignment yet. No Angel had ever taken on the Pit from Helpful Angels Agency. Lily was Mel's boss. After getting her through orientation, her first project was to research rehabilitative techniques for graffiti criminals. Luce was CEO of HELL and he threw temper tantrums like a two-yr old.
    This story, the way it was written, didn't make a whole lot of sense to me. I believe I understood what was supposed to happen. It just didn't keep my interest in any manner. I finally just gave up.

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  • Posted March 25, 2015

    This series is great. I give the whole series an A. Fans of Mary

    This series is great. I give the whole series an A. Fans of MaryJanice Davidson will love this series as Mel reminds me a lot of Betsy. It was hard to put the tablet down once I started reading these books. The author does a great job of breathing life into the characters. The way Mel wins over every demon she encounters and the hilariousness that ensues is wonderful.

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  • Posted February 27, 2015

    See You in Hell, Mel Goes to Hell series, Demelza Carlton Genr


    See You in Hell, Mel Goes to Hell series, Demelza Carlton
    Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal, Romance.
    Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
    I’d enjoyed the taster, didn’t quite have me hooked but it seemed like it would be a fun read, sadly though I enjoyed this novel I didn’t really feel the story had enough content and detail for me. It felt very light and fluffy and the humour felt forced. I couldn’t really get into the story and characters, and found I wasn’t actually interested in what happened. I didn’t feel the CEO Luce was “damnably hot” TBH he felt more of a joke character to me, and Melody was just a bit too good to be true..I know she’s an angel and meant to be good but it made her a bit dull for me.
    I can see though that there are lots of four and five star reviews so it proves what I’m always saying – there are books for every reader but not all books will suit all readers. If you like light plots with gentle humour this may be perfect, if you want something a bit deeper it may not. It’s the same way that I don’t enjoy Terry Pratchett, J K Rowling and Tolkien (gasp!!) but millions do Smile and its what gives us books to suit all tastes.

    Stars: Two, a book that’s great for some readers but just didn’t work for me.
    ARC provided by Netgalley and publishers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2015

    I liked it

    I liked it

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  • Posted November 22, 2014

    I'll go with a 3.5 on this and round it to a 4. I liked the humo

    I'll go with a 3.5 on this and round it to a 4. I liked the humor, I liked the characters, but I didn't really connect with anyone in the story, so the conflict didn't really build for me. Still, it's a fun story line, well thought out and developed, with plenty of opportunities to take the story in all kinds of different directions. I'd recommend as a quick beach read, or if you're just looking for something light to read. I've got to say that I think my favorite part was with Melphi and Bob toward the end of the book. You'll know it when you read it. The packaging of the present was especially descriptive. (;

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  • Posted November 3, 2014

    An acute sense of the absurd! Melody Angel is hilarious! She g

    An acute sense of the absurd!

    Melody Angel is hilarious! She goes to work in HELL (Corporation) as a temp and soon has all the demons looking to her for help, which she graciously and willingly provides. She of course draws the line with Luce, the CEO, when he asks her to strip naked and get on his desk. The humor is wonderful and the reader gets to watch poor Luce grow more and more determined to have Mel while his every attempt at doing so gets foiled, leaving him frustrated, often with really laughable results.

    The various office scenes with all the other demon characters are equally enjoyable as Mel calmly works her magic, winning them over while maintaining her own goodness and never yielding to anything which might cost her soul. Although an angel, Mel definitely has a variety of “human” things she takes pleasure in, such as a good cup of coffee, the wonderful scent of flowers, the delicious taste of chocolates and even the occasional fling with other angels. It’s her down to earth manner in dealing with everyone, using both common sense and heavenly logic, which keeps the reader amused throughout the story.

    There are other angel characters along with all the demons and these add to the fun, each with their own foibles leading to various misadventures. The plot eventually reaches a satisfactory conclusion but the reader is left hoping for more. Fortunately, the author has provided more with additional books about Mel and these zany angels and demons. I intend to read them all!

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  • Posted September 3, 2014

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    Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite See You i

    Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

    See You in Hell (Mel Goes to Hell) by Demelza Carlton is the second in a series. Melody Angel has taken a job in HELL – the Health, Environment, Life and Lands Corporation. It is her mission to find Lucifer, to determine what his plans are for Earth. Luce is the CEO, unarguably hot and definitely focused on one thing – landing Melody Angel. He pursues her and she rejects his advances, but how long can she keep this up? How long before she gives in and gives him what he wants – her? In this paranormal tale with a twist, follow Melody as she seeks the truth and does whatever it takes to get it, and go wherever her path leads her. All in the name of duty…

    See You in Hell (Mel goes to Hell) by Demelza Carlton was laugh out loud hilarious in places. The story was full of satire and chemistry, an explosive combination. I totally loved the story, loved the characters - who wouldn’t fall for the gorgeous and sexy Luce? I was a little disappointed when it ended because I really want to read the next one now! Ms. Carlton has clearly put a great deal of effort into this series and has produced books that are suitable for anyone over their teen years, anyone who is looking for a bit of light relief and an office romance with a twist. Excellent offering, I thoroughly enjoyed it and am really looking forward to reading the next one – and perhaps the first one as I missed it!

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  • Posted July 1, 2014

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    Uproarious Tale of Temping in HELL See You In Hell is an outsta

    Uproarious Tale of Temping in HELL

    See You In Hell is an outstanding fun and sexy story of Mel’s job to find out what in the hell is going on at HELL Corporation. The writing will have you laughing at the disgusting behavior of Luce, who is the CEO of HELL, and Mel’s ability to keep him in check. Inner office politics are at work, just as in the normal world. Will she be successful or will she end up as corrupted as the ones before her?

    Spoiler alert (even though I don’t believe there is anything here that would ruin Welcome To Hell for you) but it is Book II in the Mel Goes To Hell Series.

    See You In Hell starts where Welcome To Hell left off.

    “Congratulations on your new job. We’ll See You In Hell at nine on Monday morning.”

    She was the only angel left and she was determined to take on HELL and win.

    She worked for the Helpful Angels Agency doing temp jobs. She had been hired by HELL (Health, Environment, Life and Land) Corporation. She is the only angel, among all the demons. Of course, she had a target on her back. Could she keep from being corrupted? It would be hard, seeing Luce was Hot – in every way. LOL

    Luce Iblis is the CEO. Most of us know him as Lucifer. Mel describes him leaning against the bar, with his lbulge show-cased, impossible to miss, like he’s God’s gift to women. I couldn’t help but laugh out loud, drawing the attention to everyone in the dentist office. It is his was of saying, “Here it is, come and get it.” Would he be chasing her around his desk next? What do you think?

    In his arrogance, he was stunned that she didn’t spread her legs on his desktop when he dropped his pants.

    Did Luce really have temper tantrum?. Was it always his way or no way? Is it any different in the real world? Can there be good in a demon such as Lucifer or is he all bad? Can he feel fear, loneliness, love?

    Mephi is the pit bull who guards his door, deciding who gets in to see him.

    The banter and innuendos between Mel and Luce are more than hilarious. She gives better than she gets.

    “You got balls, angel.”
    “Actually, I don’t, but we’re not going there. I don’t do demons, Luce.”

    Shopping in a sex shop was creepy and funny.

    “Mel choked as she spotted a dildo so big she wondered how anyone could use it for anything but decorations.

    ….a display of dildoes with tentacles and what looked like strange torture implements….

    Mel has a sense of humor and cares about others, even when they are demons. Will she be able to win them over? She even feels sympathy for Luce, but not desire. She loves to read. ^_^

    “I’ve met worse humans than some of the demons in this office.”

    I loved it when Mel had the winning number for the coffee machine raffle. Can you guess what the number was?

    Oral sex from Lucifer himself well, there was an offer a girl didn’t get every day, much less an angel.

    Hilarious. Uproariously funny. It is writing like this that makes See You In Hell a home run to me. Batting 100% for this 5 star series. Keep up the fantastic work, D.

    Joke:…Anna Nicole Smith and Princess Diana arrived at the gates of Heaven for judgment.

    Heaven was full and St Peter said they only had space for one more.

    St Peter said, “Well a royal flush beats a pair any day!”

    I received an ebook for review in conjunction with the tour. My review is honest and unbaised, my opinions and thoughts are my own.

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  • Posted July 1, 2014

    I love reading paranormal series and this one is one of the best

    I love reading paranormal series and this one is one of the best. I love the concept of the very sexy Devil and a cute and sassy Angel and it is just like the overview said is it a match made in Heaven or Hell? I like to think it is the old saying Opposites attract!! Definitely a series worth Reading!!

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  • Posted June 5, 2014

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    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. This

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.




    This was a well-written, well-developed story.  This is a fun light-hearted story of good vs. evil.  I enjoyed the writers style of writing and the characters were great. Only one problem - I WANT MORE! 

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  • Posted May 31, 2014

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    I received this book in exchange for honest feedback













    I received this book in exchange for honest feedback.




    Angels and Demons?maybe? I felt this book was too much and not enough substance. Yeah ,I get it, it's supposed to be a fun and frothy book. For me, it just didn't cut the mustard. I had a hard time staying with the book. Not my cup of tea.

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  • Posted May 26, 2014

    Have some fun with angels and demons. *Book source ~ A review c

    Have some fun with angels and demons.

    *Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

    Raphael’s resources are stretched to the limit and he’s had to call in Melody ‘Mel” Angel to apply for a job at HELL (Health, Environment, Life & Lands) Corporation where she can observe, gather intel and see if she can spot Lucifer himself. The corporation is run by CEO Luce Iblis and Mel has her job cut out for her avoiding the hot CEO’s indecent propositions, keeping an eye on the demons and actually getting her work done. But Mel is no ordinary angel and HELL has no idea who they’ve hired.

    After reading Welcome to Hell I knew I would be in for a fun romp with angels and demons in this longer story. The writing style is a little different than the usual, but not bad and humor is sprinkled quite liberally throughout. I’ve never worked for a large corporation, but my hubby does and I can just picture some of the things that Mel has to handle in the course of just everyday business, the stuff that has nothing to do with Hell or demons. Lucifer is certainly not what I expected and who knew angels could have sex?! Or tattoos and piercings? With no repercussions! Huh. Anyway, Mel was driving me nuts, wondering why she was so confident she would be fine amongst her enemy. What kind of angel is she anyway? The ending was a surprise and I’m wondering where this story is heading. Wherever it goes, I’ll be happy to tag along for a bit of afternoon delight.

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  • Posted May 5, 2014

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    See You In Hell (Mel Goes to Hell#2) by Demelza Carlton 3.5 out

    See You In Hell (Mel Goes to Hell#2) by Demelza Carlton
    3.5 out of 5 Stars
    I was so intrigued by the whole concept when I read Welcome to Hell, the free prequel, but I really felt what could have been such an exciting, tantalizing book just fell a little flat.  It certainly was written well enough technically, had interesting characters, and incredible potential but I just continued to feel like Carlton played it safe.  Mel shows up for her first day at work in H.E.L.L. (Health, Environment, Land, and Life Corporation) and is fairly certain the CEO is Lucifer himself.  Her task is to find out if he's determined to make a play for world domination again, if so she needs to report her findings and take over the corporation as quickly as possible so they can shut it down.  However, Raphael, her boss at the Helpful Angels Agency, shares a prophecy that Gabrielle had before Lucifer's fall and it means her future is in danger if she allows herself to get to close to the King of Darkness.
    Being an Angel working with demons, Mel experiences moments where she must decide between being herself, goodness and mercy personified, and allowing their existence to be what they are.  For me, I wasn't sure why H.E.L.L. would hire an Angel to work for them, nor why an Angel would agree to work there.  When I thought they could go unnoticed it made sense, but once I realized that they knew she was one of the only angels working there and that every previous angel (because they only worked there in ones and twos) had snubbed them, I couldn't figure out the premise of why it would happen in the first place.  I also didn't see huge distinctions between the angels and demon's in most cases making it harder to buy the whole idea that it was such a horrible place to be.  So basically it was an okay book with a lot of potential for greatness.
    I would like to see what happens in the next book so I do intend to read it.
    *A complimentary copy was given in exchange for an honest review*
    Pepper, My Secret Book Spot

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