The Angel and the Devil by Zwahk Muchoney

The Angel and the Devil is a light take on Satan and an angel finding themselves having some fun times together. Heaven isn't happy, but that doesn't deter them.

From the blurb:

Satan falls head over hooves for Tzyeriel, a feisty angel of wrath from the realm of Heaven. As their secret romance sizzles hotter than the flames of Hell, Satan is plagued by the terror of what will happen when the Archangels of God descend upon him, while Tzyeriel just wants to spend a romantic day torturing sinners alongside the object of his affection. Meanwhile, Satan's former paramour Abaddon, the angel of locusts, finds out about the affair, and seeks to use news of the scandalous liason to try and seize the throne of Hell for himself. This story of love isn't just eternal, it's downright infernal!

SNik's Review:

Standalone paranormal. Quick read. Low burn. Instalove. Single POV. 

Tzyeriel is an angel of wrath sent to Hell to dispense some punishment to another angel when he captures Satan’s eye. Satan is intrigued by the angel that enjoys torturing the wicked, and when Tzyeriel agrees to some risque entertainment with the ruler, Satan finds himself falling, possibly in love with Tzyeriel. 

A straight-forward and simple story where Satan and Tzyeriel spend time together and end up embracing the fact that Heaven will eventually chase them down and punish them. 

Short and not super spicy, with some funny moments sprinkled into the beginning of a forbidden relationship.

Rating: 3.5 Stars

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