Escaping hell was easy. Getting Sam to remember him is hard.
Tally has been in hell for thousands of years, he finally escapes and flings himself into the arms of his one true love. But sadly, as Sam has been reincarnated, he doesn’t remember Tally.
Undeterred, Tally sets out to convince Sam that not only is he not crazy, Sam should definitely take him to bed and thoroughly ravish him. Preferably right now.
Kind-hearted Sam is happy to help the obviously unwell young man. Tally is gorgeous and his persistent offers are tempting, but Sam prides himself on being a good man. He will not take advantage of someone so vulnerable.
As his attraction to Tally grows, Sam finds himself wanting to believe the reincarnation stuff. But he resists. Surely it’s just his dirty, dirty mind that is making everything suddenly seem so plausible?
Or is Tally really his past life lover?
Aside from two scenes, the story is told from one character’s point of view.
This book contains references to suicide and addiction. It includes scenes of addiction withdrawal.
There are frequent references to hell and two side characters are demons (very nice ones).
Low angst. Medium heat. Happily Ever After guaranteed.