Devil at the Crossroads
The devil covets more than his soul ... Six years ago, Logan Hart sold his soul to the devil to become the greatest bluesman of all time—and now the devil has come to collect. The irony is that Logan squandered his gift. High on fame, money, and drugs, he ignored his muse and neglected his... show more
The devil covets more than his soul ...
Six years ago, Logan Hart sold his soul to the devil to become the greatest bluesman of all time—and now the devil has come to collect.
The irony is that Logan squandered his gift. High on fame, money, and drugs, he ignored his muse and neglected his music. And despite managing to escape showbiz in a moment of clarity, it’s too late to redeem himself. All that’s left is to try to go out with some dignity. Alas, the prospect of an eternity in Hell isn’t helping much with that goal.
But Farfarello, the devil who bought Logan’s soul, isn’t ready to drag him down to Hell quite yet. He’s just spent six years working his ass off to whip a bluesman into shape, and he refuses to let that—or the opportunity for more sinful pleasures with Logan—go to waste.
Publish date: September 23rd 2013
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 75
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
DNF at 32%I should have known better before picking this up. I like Faust but I am not a fan of this kind of stories.
Ah, damn. What a heartbreakingly beautiful story.
3.5 starsThis was an okay read I gave it an extra .5 for sex scenes ;)Logan is going nowhere with his life, one night he meets a devil and makes a deal........all to soon his time is up and Farfarello has come to Collect.A different take on a run in with a devil, just didn't connect with characther...
Antes de leer a Cornelia Grey me costaba considerar como premisa válida por sí misma la idea de que muchas veces los cuentos o relatos cortos poseen -en la mano de un sabio escritor- muchísima más intensidad y carga argumental que una novela larga. Históricamente me ha costado empatizar con los cuen...
I liked it because it honored the music. Too many musician romance things are only about...I dunno. The aftermath caused by being a musician? Something like that. It honored the music, but also didn't make it out to be some stupid sentient, mythical, magical force that can manifest and shit. It hono...