Since his breakup with his boyfriend, Valentine Giovanni, Deke’s life seemed meaningless. What had he expected? The moment Val found out he’d cheated on him, anger and hurt hit the fan... and Deke’s shoes hit the pavement.
He didn’t have time to explain why he cheated, and Val wouldn’t have believed him. Val deserved better, a submissive who trusted him, who’d commit wholly to his rough sex and demands. Deke thought he’d feel relief when it was over, but every day was more dismal than the last. He’d never loved anyone like he loved Val. Tonight, he planned to prove it to the man.
After their recent tiff, Bryan took off for Japan on business and left Navarre home to stew. Now Bryan is expected home after two long weeks but fate has other plans--mechanical problems with his plane. So what's a desperate man to do? Find his own means to get to the man he loves. When he arrives, Navarre has second thoughts about challenging fate. Bryan has company in his hotel room!
"Just got lost in the feeling of this dark set romance. The trials of life the sin eater accepted, the love of a just man whose own darkness proved his virtue. The sexual chemistry. I would have threw in some lubrication though but really all around just well done.I wish there were a sequel. I love this type of work and keta is first rate."
"I absolutely loved this story. My fave character was Carys. She's my kind of chick. This read had another great take on vamps and a fresh world to play in. You won't be disappointed with Ms. Diablo's satisfyingly dark tale of vampires, creatures of the soul and other paranormal myths. A definite must read!"
"The Sin Eater's Prince is a story with such deep sense of sadness and yet it is a beautiful tale of love. Keta Diablo brings this incredible dichotomy to life in this quickly-moving story. From a life wrought in loneliness rises a man capable of redemption. Set in long ago England, Owen Rhys is the sin eater of his village which means he absorbs the sins of the newly departed so that they may go cleansed into the afterlife. Because of this position, he has been shunned by the local villagers his entire life. Yet to this reader, Owen is a near perfect male... simple, humble,