Brent plays the guitar for the band
Heaven Sent. He has never gotten used to the screaming fans
and the rabid press, but he endures it for the love of music.
Brentís used to being wanted for being part of the band or in
some cases for being as close as others can get to what they
truly want. In the past, people have sought him out to get
close to Luc, the bass player, or Johnny, the singer, so he
has learned never to trust people that come on to him.
Really, inevitably everyone realizes that Brent is not what he
or she wants and they move on. So he has learned to keep
everyone at an arms length to spare him the pain of rejection.
Heller Witting, or Hell, is the new
addition to the band. He has always admired the band, but he
has always had a little something for the man that composes
the music, Brent. When he is invited to become part of the
band he sees his chance and he is not going to let it slip
away. Brent proves to be resistant, but Hell doesnít let that
stop him. Hell just needs to convince Brent that heís exactly
what Brent needs.
Hell is a wonderfully
heart-wrenching story. You will take turns between
anticipating the next encounter between Hell and Brent and
wanting to smack Brent for not seeing whatís in front of him.
Throughout all the action you will just want to take Hell out
of the story and make him your own. Hell may be small in
stature but he is more than up for the challenge of taking on
Brent. Jet Mykles portrays incredibly loveable, but imperfect
characters that will keep you hot and bothered and at the edge
of your seat. Go and buy yourself Hell right
now, but be warned you might stay up all night finishing this