(Work In Progress)

“Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.” -Mark Twain

Kevin Oleg didn’t mean to die, but he didn’t have much of a choice when his ex-boyfriend made sure they both plummeted from Kevin’s apartment balcony. If that wasn’t bad enough, Kevin’s ex has somehow managed to drag him down to Hell with him, and he’s stuck there until his transfer upstairs can be processed.

Afterlife in Hell when you’re not there for atonement isn’t so bad, though. The weather is much nicer than reported, the hellhounds play a wicked game of fetch, and the devils in charge turn out to be great people — especially Stan, who always seems to be making Kevin wonder if he really wants to transfer. The old saying about going to Hell for the company has never seemed so appropriate, and Kevin’s about to discover that good company will make you do things you never dreamed of.

Word Count
8,956/60,000 words