Our Frail Disordered Lives by Mary M Schmidt

Our Frail Disordered Lives by Mary M Schmidt
Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full length (202 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

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A disgruntled demon who wants out of hell. A lying husband. A frightened wife. An unhappy prude of a woman. Bring all these together and all hell lets loose.

Roach leaves Hell and hides from his master, Satan. With the help of his friend who is a techno demon, Roach manages to mix up the lives of several people and brings chaos to the lying husband and the prudish woman. The frightened wife is the only one who benefits from the demon’s actions although this is not the Roach’s intention.

At first I thought this was going to be a bit boring but as I read on I found it quite amusing. The downtrodden wife surprises everyone with her actions and although at first Roach seems to have the upper hand, the unexpected results of his actions make the story funny with satisfying results.

An unusual story, with only a hint of romance, but well put together. All the characters are believable and at times I found myself cheering them on, or hoping they would fail. Roach’s actions I found funny mainly because the ordinary humans around him weren’t aware of what was going on. Nice read.

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