A Fashionably Dead Diary (Hot Damned Series, #9.5)

A Fashionably Dead Diary (Hot Damned Series, #9.5)

by Robyn Peterman

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A Fashionably Dead Diary (Hot Damned Series, #9.5) by Robyn Peterman

Getting blackmailed sucks. Getting blackmailed by Satan into ghost writing his autobiography/romance really sucks—hard.

But I’m not a weenie or a welsher. I’m a semi-materialistic, Prada lovin’ Vampyre-Demon with a bad attitude and a serious lack of cheating skills. If I were a good cheater, I wouldn’t be in this heinous position. I lost and now I have to pay. However, the price might deplete the wavering amount of sanity I have left…

So I’m turning to you, Dear Diary, to pour out my inappropriate feelings and murderous inclinations toward a family member who shall remain nameless. Who in the Hell am I kidding? I’m gonna name that butthole over and over on these secret pages. It’s Satan or Lucifer or the Lord of Darkness or the Dark Angel—or, as I like to call him, Uncle F%#ker

That’s why I have chosen you, Dear Diary. You don’t have a mouth as far as I know and if you do, I’ll remove it—violently. Please keep that in mind as I tell you all my secrets. I’ve dealt with talking books and walls and they’re a real pain in the ass. So if you turn out to be one of those, we’ll have a problem.

Sit back. Relax and get ready for a Hellish ride.

xoxo Astrid

NOTE FROM AUTHOR

Dear Lover of Lucifer, Astrid and all things Hot Damned aka Fabulous Reader,

It’s me, Robyn Peterman—the insane creator of the Hot Damned Series—with a little message for you.

This is a HOT DAMNED EXTRA! It’s short. It’s snarky, fun and it’s short. If you haven’t read Fashionably Flawed, Book 9, you will not understand this and it has spoilers in it that will mess up your enjoyment of Fashionably Flawed.

If you haven’t read any of the Hot Damned Series, this will make no sense to you whatsoever. LOL

Sooooo, there you go. This is just a little ditty that I couldn’t get out of my head and thought the true fans of the Hot Damned Series would enjoy. Astrid and Satan are two of my favorite characters and I could write about them for ev-ah.

Enjoy Astrid’s dairy of her month with Satan while writing his autobiography/romance.

God knows I certainly did. LOL

xoxo Robyn  

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154860847
Publisher: Robyn Peterman
Publication date: 12/01/2017
Series: Hot Damned Series , #10
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 32,790
File size: 799 KB

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A Fashionably Dead Diary (Hot Damned Series, #9.5) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh my goodness, I laughed so hard while reading this book. Thank you. I love everyone of her books ... worth every penny
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I need moor
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny, sexy, and engaging! I have read most of her books, all of the Hot Damned Series and I hate when I am done with the book. I've read some of them multiple times, that's just how great of a story teller Mrs. Peterman is.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all her books and Diary is a perfect addition to this series. Her ability to create a world unlike any other and insert the characters into your heart is flawless. Funny, flirty, and fabulous.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have to say that some of my more favourite parts include when she mentions other authors I adore. I'm not a huge fan of Charlaine Harris but Darynda ??
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the interplay between Astrid and Satan or Uncle F%#r as he is known to his darling niece. I could just see her banging her head on the desktop. If you love the Hot Dammed series, you will love this book. You have to had read all of them to understand this short story. Was a fun read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the book, as usual. But I think it should have come out before the last book. It would have made more sense, timeline wise. Plus, some of the scenes were repeats. That was a bummer. But overall, it was hilarious especially how Satan wanted to start every chapter..."It was a dark and stormy night..." I laugh-snorted every time!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Who else but Astrid would think of starting a diary to purge her desire to kill her Uncle Satan? This was a brillant side story to Satan's story and i can not wait until the next book comes out.