THE DEVIL’S BIDDING
LESLIE D. SOULE
Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Rating: 2 Cups
Brenda Meyers was engaged to be married until her fiancé’ got drunk one night and cheated on her. In her loneliness and despair, she committed suicide.
Tom, in an act of desperation, decided to sell his soul on the internet. He had no idea that anyone would actually buy it.
Tom is drowning in debt and thinks that his stunt of selling his soul will have no real consequences, besides who would actually buy it, right? But to his amazement, it sells. Now Tom cannot believe who the winner of his soul is, and to further complicate things, he is in shock to find out what the winner wants of him. What will Tom decide to do and will it end up being the worst mistake of his life?
The Devil’s Bidding is marked as a paranormal romance, but honestly there is not much romance in the story. The entire story is more about a man’s stupid stunt and the consequences of his actions. I had a really hard time believing that the devil would actually peruse the internet looking for people selling their souls. The story was a slow read with a lot of points that I had a hard time believing in. This is an okay story with some serious believability issues.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More