Father Made Me Do It by Jami Brumfield

Father Made Me Do It by Jami Brumfield

Charm Livingston's life is hell, literally. As a vengeance demon, she resides in the underworld until a furious soul calls upon her to exact revenge in exchange for ten years in hell. Being a demon is bad enough, but as the daughter of the devil himself she has very little wiggle room for escape. And escaping is all she's ever dreamed of, leaving the bowels of hell and becoming human is the one dream she knows she cannot have... or can she? 

When a man is murdered by one of her fellow demons, the now grieving fiancĂ© calls upon Charm for help. Charm's psychometric power helps her replay the events leading up to the man's death. In the midst of arranging justice for her client she meets the angel that was the killer’s target. He's injured and she saves his life, despite the repercussions her actions could have on her own soul. Daddy dearest wants the angel dead, and she derails the devil's plans. 

In return, the angel agrees to help Charm with her greatest wish, except that ascension isn't going to be easy. She'll need to pass through the thirteen levels of the underworld by passing thirteen tests in order to overcome the realm of purgatory and reach the Hall of Akashic Records where her soul can be reborn. 

In Father Made Me Do It, she faces her first test and begins her journey from the underworld to mortal life while she continues to carry out her duty as the justice demon. The fine line she treads is fraught with danger, and her naivety in human ways will take readers on an emotional roller coaster of tears and laughter. 

* Book contains content of adult nature and is intended for audiences 18 and older 

Hey! Here's my review.

I quick entertaining read. I was surprised by the fact that I actually liked the vengeance demon character, I never expected to be able to relate to the daughter of Lucifer, perhaps I'm not as good as I thought I was... Great character development and world building.

I listened to the audiobook edition, which I received free in exchange for an honest review. Rebecca Roberts is a fantastic narrator. She speaks clearly, at a good pace and portrays the characters well.

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