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For the past five years, Mila has spent her human life on the run from both Heaven and Hell. Finally settling down with a job as a bartender and a sometimes relationship with both her co-worker and boss, she's mostly content with what she doesn't have. Until she meets Damien. One night with him sets her on fire, and the month she waits to see him again wears on her mind and body. When he finally reappears, he fills in the blanks as to what her life really used to be. Now she's left with two choices: believe him and take his offer, or run and take her chances.

©2014 Hot Ink Press (P)2016 Christine Hughes

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Phenomenal book with vivid depictions of betrayal, lust and choices. The reader easily falls in to thelives of the character

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Lead Me Not

What would have made Lead Me Not better?

A plot.

What was most disappointing about Christine Hughes’s story?

It focuses on sex and nothing else.

I would have liked a character , any character to like in this book.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

There was no passion in the narration. It was flat.