Always wanting what he can’t have and more than he does have, Benson Stone has lost sight of the important things in life. That all changes with one chance encounter, though, and he finds himself at the mercy of the Gods of Chaos.
Walking into Club Maverick that Saturday night, Cody Mathis didn’t expected to find his inamorato, his mate, but the attraction between him and Benson is instant and undeniable. Once Cody realizes the gods are involved, he knows things aren’t likely to end well, but he can’t turn his back on his intended. When Benson is forced to walk a mile in another man’s shoes—literally—he’ll have to decide exactly what he’s willing to let go in order to regain the life he’s lost. When that answer comes, though, will the price of a second chance be more than he’s willing to pay?
Speakin’ of the Devil was a great addition to the Gods of Chaos series. Wolf shifter, Cody Mathis found his mate at a club. Benson, the envious and pesky human, targeted by one of the gods, is about to have a whole new world opened up before his eyes.
Sentenced to the mandatory thirty days of punishment, Benson learned new meaning to walking a mile in his shoes.
Gabrielle Evans delivered a heart-warming and heart-wrenching tale as Benson traversed the waters of others’ lives as he attempted to redeem himself from a life of envy. Although Benson had issues, he was an extremely likeable character that transformed into someone Cody could be proud of as a mate and a lover.
Cody and Benson waded through their issues together and as a reader I fell in love with both men. Ms. Evans gave Cody a quiet strength that added to his passion for his mate and those close to him. A man who did not flaunt or covet possessions; he fit in Benson’s life, the yin to his yang; thus allowing a growth in Benson that made him a better man. In between the sheets, the men sizzled-the sex hot and down and dirty.
I always enjoyed when the gods wreaked havoc on unsuspecting victims as they attempted to make them into more personable people with a sense of down-to-earth-ness and humanity.
Speakin’ of the Devil does not disappoint. I was kept on the edge of my seat as Benson took on one challenge after another, never knowing what would occur. His challenges gave him a strength he did not know he possessed and make his and others’ lives better.
A five handcuff review