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Heaven Sent: Hell and Faith by Jet Mykles
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Heaven Sent: Hell and Faith

by Jet Mykles

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Hell (Heaven Sent 3) by Jet Mykles
Brent is a very talentuous guy, handsome but not beautiful, and not an alpha male. He is happy to lve among his friends and to let them drive his life. He was also the Luc's fuck buddy before push him to Reese, the real love. And he is happy for his friend, but old memories still prevent him to have a real story for himself, memories of girls first, and guys after, who walk across him to reach Luc and Johnnie. He really can't think that someone could love him when he has the change to meet the others.

But then arrives Hell, a cute guy with a cherub face and a demon behaviour. He is short and slim, but has a strong attitude. Even if Brent is greater in body, is Hell who lead their relationship. He doesn't accept a 'no' and doesn't want nothing less love. And wants Brent, only for him. And what he wants, he gets.

These are two wonderful characters, who play with the yaoi rule of cute=bottom, tall=top. Hell, believe me, is not a bottom at all, and when he bottoms, he is a pushy bottom! Brent instead is like a real artist, good in his art, his world, but feared by the outside world: he needs someone who drives him and who feels him important and unique.

Faith (Heaven Sent 4) by Jet Mykles
Bingo! The last story (I really hope not) in the Heaven Sent series tells us about Darien. He is an hearthy guy, kind and funny, a real next door boy. He wants make no harm, but he feels pretty alone among all his paired friends. So he suddenly decides to marry. But he puts no heart in the matter and obviously thing goes wrong.

Helping him in dealing the divorce there is Christopher Faith, a good friend of Hell. Chris is openly gay, but he doesn't flaunt it around. He is pretty sure of his own and is a quite and handsome guy. Darien is fascinating. He has ever admited that a guy could be handsome, like Johnnie or Luc, but he has never felt something near sexual for them. But Chris is another matter. Darien wants him and can see that also Chris is attracted... so no harm to noone if they enjoy themself, isn't it?

But when things go further than a sexual fling, it is time for Darien to read really inside himself and for Chris to admit that it is not only sex with Darien. With trust and faith they can build something together.

Darien is really tender character. He has not bad feelings, he is really a good boy. Everyone likes him, and I'm no different. You can't dislike him, it is like hating a puppy or a kitten. He looks at you with big eyes and you are smitten. Like Chris.

Chris is a surprise. Giving that Darien is a straight guy that for the first time approaches a man, you expect him to be attracted by a cute and submissive type. Instead Chris is like an old strong oak tree: steady and protective. He can meld with the background but he is impressive. And has a firm hand.

Jet Mykles' stories are really simple and enjoyble but they hook you completely: you can't close the book unless you have finished it. Even if you know that you will find you happily ever after, you have to reach it and enjoy it in a rush and then immediately turn back to reread it!

But then arrives Hell, a cute guy with a cherub face and a demon behaviour. He is short and slim, but has a strong attitude. Even if Brent is greater in body, is Hell who lead their relationship. He doesn't accept a 'no' and doesn't want nothing less love. And wants Brent, only for him. And what he wants, he gets.

These are two wonderful characters, who play with the yaoi rule of cute=bottom, tall=top. Hell, believe me, is not a bottom at all, and when he bottoms, he is a pushy bottom! Brent instead is like a real artist, good in his art, his world, but feared by the outside world: he needs someone who drives him and who feels him important and unique.

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  elisa.rolle | Feb 25, 2010 |
The remaining two band members of Heaven Sent find true love in this sequel:

"Hell"-- Brent is the tall, dark, taciturn guitarist. He's not flashy like lead-singer Johnnie, or like Luc, who is his best friend. In fact, he feels seriously second-rate, particularly when Luc was using him as a convenient lover while calling him by Reese's name before finally getting together with Reese. When the band gets a new member, keyboardist Heller "Hell" Witting, a gorgeous young man with purple hair like a living anime character, who is furthermore a dedicated musician whom Brent can relate to musically--and who seems very interested in Brent, Brent fears he's not worthy.

"Faith"-- Darien's the friendly, talkative, energetic drummer of the band. He's enjoyed all the hot women chasing the band, but is beginning to notice the lack of a partner truly in love with him as all his band-mates and best friends find their soul-mates. He's never been interested in a man before, but there's something about Christopher Faith, the serious lawyer, a friend of Hell's, who is handing his divorce...

Darien seemed one of the least interesting of the band, but in his own story he is a forthright, honest and uncomplicated guy with a good heart and a very open mind, and very appealing for it. And it's fun that he's attracted to such an opposite type! The whole 'never had a man before' is pure fantasy, but it works here.

Brent is not quite as interesting as I thought he'd be, but still it's a fun little tale with the lovely but improbably pursuit by the diminutive Hell. I have to love Hell for being so persistent... jealousy and all.

Both stories were lots of fun-- and sweet and moving. Total fluff, of course, but hey, it's nice to have fairy tales of true love and rock stars --and hot m/m sex! If you liked the first Heaven Sent book, you should enjoy this one. ( )
  aprillee | May 20, 2009 |
While not as strong as the first volume, I still thought it was fun to read. In the first story, Heaven Sent adds a keyboardist to the band... and he falls for the bass guitarist, Brent.

In the second story, drummer Darien has an ill-conceived, rockstar-length marriage, followed by an amicable separation. However, he hires a lawyer to help him sort through the paperwork... and falls in love. ( )
  imayb1 | Feb 5, 2009 |
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