Jess is tired and stuck in a boring life without prospects.
The only pleasure she gets is from indulging her fantasies
with erotica and Internet porn. So when a self-righteous
prig tries to rain on her parade, she makes a proclamation
that attracts immediate notice from below, far below, as in
Hell. When the Devil decides to take her up on her
spontaneous suggestion, it’s an offer she can’t refuse.
She’s coming and going (literally!) before she can rethink
her position, which of course, she doesn’t want to.
As for the Devil, he has his own agenda and plans for Jess.
Kitschy raciness with all the best clichés about the Devil
from start to finish. I was amused and entertained for the
entire romp. Alysha Ellis lets her imagination go wild by
satirizing people, places, and things from literature to
politics. There’s no slowing down on the sex, the humor
and whatever this author can slip into the plot to keep you
snickering. Don’t be put off by the title; there’s more to
The Devil Made Me Do It than a
worn out line. For originality, lightness and laughs, I
strongly suggest reading this diabolically rambunctious