In this paper, we propose a cross-layer deflect routing scheme that improves effective throughput of multi-hop millimeter-wave wireless personal area network (mmWave WPAN) system. The upcoming mmWave WPAN is designed to provide Gbps-order transmission capability, targeting applications like high definition TV (HDTV) transmission, high speed wireless docking and gaming etc. Adopting multi-hop relay offers solutions to the issues existing in mmWave WPAN system such as limited coverage range caused by the significant path loss, dramatic communication link change due to the unexpected blockage of the line-of-sight (LOS) path etc. However, multi-hop relay on the other hand decreases the effective throughput because of the required extra time. As a result, the compromised throughput may not be able to support the above applications which are greedy for data rate. Inspired by the fact that the significant path loss of millimeter-wave environment can provide good space isolation, our proposed scheme manages to improve the multi-hop throughput by sharing time slots for relay path with direct path for other transmissions. We also propose two algorithms, namely random fit deflect routing (RFDR) and best fit deflect routing (BFDR), to find the relay path on which the interference due to time slot sharing is low enough to guarantee the concurrent transmissions. Computer simulations show that, in realistic 60GHz environment, the effective multi-hop throughput can be improved up to 45%.