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Satan is Just Another Man

• Hilarious contemporary comedy
• A feel-good page-turner love story
• The interesting perspective of a complex male character hiding his wounds behind a sarcastic facade

Céline Mancellon
Satan is Just Another Man
Type
Women's fiction
Word count
100000
All rights available
And the Devil created hell.
Well, he created hell for others...
And the Devil created hell.
Well, he created hell for others...
 
Adrian Sheffield is a virtuoso pianist considered a genius by many. Alas he is also a young man with quite a nasty character, whose biting and decidedly off-color sense of humour eventually leads to him getting fewer and fewer invitations to play concerts.
 
One day he receives a threatening letter and his agent decides to hire a bodyguard to protect him, while also using the opportunity to put his client back in the media spotlight. The bodyguard is an enthusiastic and very professional young woman called Carrie. But Adrien, annoyed because he sees women as unfit to do such work properly, decides to make Carrie’s life hell.
 
As this odd couple slowly get to know each other, the obnoxious mask the pianist presents to the world slowly comes off and a much more appealing character emerges.

• Hilarious contemporary comedy
• A feel-good page-turner love story
• The interesting perspective of a complex male character hiding his wounds behind a sarcastic facade

About the author

Céline Mancellon
Céline Mancellon was born in 1977 and is the mother of four. Her first book was published in 2012. A prolific writer, she explores nearly every genre, from chick-lit to dystopia to thrillers.