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A Wing and a Prayer (The Devil You Know Book 3)

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His life has gone to hell. Now his heart is about to go to the dogs.

Beelzebub has the perfect job: manager-in-chief of Hell…until the number of condemned souls nosedives, and God slaps an “Out of Business” sign on the Fiery Gates. Now Beelzebub is just a laid-off demon banished to live out a mortal life in his idea of perdition: Los Angeles. Complete with nosy

Kindle Edition, 402 pages
Published February 12th 2020 by Dark Valentine Press
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Feb 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Nikki Brooks
Feb 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
Beelzebub cannot believe what he's hearing. God is closing down Hell, making him redundant, showing him the door for crying out loud. Adding insult to injury, he's being sent to Los Angeles, his idea of the fiery pits - it's also where those traitors Lucifer and Asmodeous have settled with their humans.

Now settled in an upmarket suburb he has to deal with a neighbour foisting a dog onto him to foster. Okat foist is a stretch he offered, but she did say it was an emergency. But efore he knows it
Feb 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
What happens when the Devil is told Hell is being closed down? He gets moved to the City of Angels, across the street from a woman who looks after dogs. What could possibly go wrong? A Wing and a Prayer is the third book in Christine Pope's The Devil You Know series, these books are stand alone reads. This was a good read, she's developed the characters really well, there are three that we see a lot throughout the story. Ben, our devil, Jillian, the dog mom, and Naomi, the next door neighbor. We ...more
Stanley Hutchings
Feb 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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I read Books 1 and 2 of The Devil you Know series and enjoyed them so much that I looked forward to reading Book 3. It is a romance in the style of the first two: Beelzebub, a down-sized refugee from Hell is relocated to Los Angeles, City of the Angels. He meets a neighbor who happens to be attractive but recently divorced. Neither of them wants to start a romance, feeling they are just not suited for any kind of encounter other than just
Feb 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a NON-SPOILER REVIEW. A Wing and a Prayer by Christine Pope is the third and final book in this trilogy. We've seen Lucifer and Asmodeus find their mates and now we come to Hell's final member of management, Beelzebub. This funny and heartwarming story begins with God reassigning the demons of Hell, much to Beelzebub's horror. This fast paced story has love, lust, drama, humor and chihuahuas. I found this read amazingly entertaining and just couldn't put it down. Thee book can be read as ...more
Feb 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Christine Pope’s “The Devil You Know Book 3” is the final chapter in this short series. Beelzebub, the last management demon after Lucifer’s departure from Hell, was totally surprised with God’s plan to shut down Hell and it’s Fiery Gates. He is banished to Earth to live as a mortal man. This does not sit well with him at all. Until Beelzebub, under the earthly name of Benjamin Blake, meets his gorgeous neighbor, Jillian Torres, who runs a Chihuahua rescue home out of her house. It becomes a ...more
Michelle Graves
Feb 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I was kinda disappointed toward the end cause I was expecting 2 c God show up and talk 2 both of them like he did with the other 2. What will happen 2 his house now and I thought he was human now... Why would he still have any kind of powers? Does the other 2 have sum 2? Cause it's strange. It's funny that he doesn't like humans but she won him over all cause of a special dog. Lol that's loyality!! I loved it but I just was hoping 2 c and her God talk 2 them with the same caring like he did with ...more
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A native of Southern California, Christine Pope has been writing stories ever since she commandeered her family’s Smith-Corona typewriter back in the sixth grade. Many reams of dead trees later, she’s happy to announce that her debut novel, Fringe Benefits,was published by Pink Petal Books on April 8, 2010. Her short fiction has appeared in Astonishing Adventures, Luna Station Quarterly, and the ...more