Devon has lived with his current master
since he was 5…now at 21 he has been asked to represent God at
the Feast of Beltane. Beltane is a night of sexual abandon in
honor of God and Goddess. Devon always looks forward to this
night and takes special care with his appearance in getting
ready for his part in the special evening. The evening looks
to be promising when a very compelling man shows up, one
unknown to Devon. He has his eyes on the mystery man to spend
his evening with. But Daigh, the village blacksmith, doesn’t
know how to take no for an answer and causes trouble.
Logan M Whyte has a great start to this
historical story in Ashes to Ashes that has been
explored thus far. Thus far, Devon put on quite a performance
at the village waterfall that’s total ecstasy. I loved Devon
and the man who visited his village for the celebration.
Without giving spoilers away all I can say is that I will be
anxiously looking forward to the next installment in this
series because I can’t wait to see what happens next.