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The Date From Hell | Gwenda Bond | Book Review

The Date From Hell is the second book in the Match Made In Hell duology. This book continues the on going battle between heaven and hell. Characters Luke (demon) and Callie (human) are planning their first official date as a couple. Unfortunately, nothing goes exactly as planned and together they find themselves on a new mission.

Luke and Amalie feel much stronger as a couple in this book. There is obvious growth in both character which made them easy to root for. There is hilarity and hijinks throughout as the two try to come out on top of their new mission. There are also some more serious moments which calls for more deep thinking. Regardless of what is happening, these characters support each other and those around them.

The majority of the side characters from the first books return and each plays a role in the new mission. There is also the introduction of new characters who are there either to move the mission along or stop it dead in its tracks. There is a nice blend of paranormal moments throughout this second book.

To fully understand and enjoy The Date From Hell the reader needs to read Not Your Average Hot Guy first. Doing this give you an appreciation for the growth of Callie and Luke; and what this mission means for them and their future. Although this story is originally only listed as a duology, I do think there is potential for more. Especially based how everything ended. There is just so much potential there!

Rating: 3.5 Stars

*I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

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