As a demon, the only thing Paul wants is his freedom. In order to obtain that, he must track down a suitable bride for Satan. Once he finds her, all he needs to do is bring her back to Hell and he’ll be granted release. Then he finds Mandy, and she ruins everything.
Mandy is The One, which was the worst thing she could ever hope to be. She was destined to marry Satan, she just doesn’t know it yet. The last thing she expects when she goes to work is Paul – a cute, English ginger with black wings protruding from his back. Weird, but cute. He tells her he’s there to protect her, which is the dumbest pickup line she’s ever heard, and she prides herself for not falling for it. However, when the world literally starts crumbling around her, she has no choice but to trust him. The only thing is, she has this gut feeling he’s not telling her something, something that could mean the difference between life and death.
The truth is just as dangerous as the lie, and Paul must decide if his desire for Many is more important than his desire for freedom.