Hannah has been watching her friends pair up and is starting to feel the squeeze of being single. She doesn’t want to spend eternity on her own and as a vampire eternity is what she is facing. Then, she finds a small growling dog who immediately takes a liking to her and she’s suddenly not quite so alone.
It doesn’t take long before she realises that Hades isn’t a regular pooch and his real owner arrives shortly after looking too pretty for his own good.
This is a light and humorous book so don’t expect something deep and meaningful. You can expect a romance with a cute puppy thrown in and that was good enough for me. Hannah is an amusing character with all of the flaws and self-doubt of a human, even though she is not one. I also like the fact that she calls herself ganja girl because it’s unique in a vampire setting.
Diel is the demon we all want to meet and they are thrown together by the hell hound. It’s a cute story and it made me laugh and sometimes that’s enough.