Josh lived a reckless, selfish life, so upon his death, escaping the eternal torments of Hell by assuming the role of a powerful, soul-corrupting demon is an easy choice. His first soul assignment doesn’t seem too hard: the mortal Camden is already obsessed with weapons, pain, and torture. If only Josh wasn’t distracted by Cam’s beautiful friend, Grace.
Grace never expected to die violently at age sixteen, but now she’s an Angel, responsible for saving a soul. She can already see past Camden’s earthly flaws, so the job should be be easy. If only that handsome, playboy Josh would stop getting in the way.
It’s forbidden for an Angel to be with a Demon, so if Josh and Grace stop resisting each other, the results would be disastrous.
And only one can claim Cam’s soul.
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Grace died and became an angel
Josh died and became a demon.
They both have a mission. Josh’s is to corrupt Cam and make sure that he fulfills his destiny. Which is to become the antichrist.
Grace’s mission is to save Cam and make sure that he doesn’t become too dark to save.
Cam has a miserable life. His mom hates him and she makes sure that he knows it.
Grace and Josh befriend Cam. The three of them hang out together. When Cam hangs out with Josh, he does really disturbing things that even Josh can’t stomach, and he’s a demon so that says a lot about Cam.
When Cam is with Grace, they go visit different churches.
So Cam acts and does different things when he’s with Josh and Grace. I kept hoping that Cam would turn out to be more good than bad because I feel really bad for him. I think what drives him to do disturbing things is the way his mom treats him. No one deserved to be treated like that for making a mistake. Especially making a mistake when that person was not old enough to understand what they’ve done.
Josh and Grace’s love story was cute and sweet. Josh really tried to change for Grace and the sacrifices that he made for her showed just how much he loved her.
Being good really does pay off.
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