Music makes me want to write. Like, a lot. Not only does it drown out distractions (I love you, dogs, but you’re noisy as heck), it can kick off fresh ideas and set your imagination working. That’s how I work, and it’s how THE DEVIL’S SLAVE was written.
The story being what it is, the tone of the music had to get a little… steamier in some places. Here’s a few songs from my playlist for when you’re writing the parts you don’t want your mom seeing. (This playlist is very NSFW, if you couldn’t tell.)
I thought I knew what hell was. After years as a cop, I was sure I’d seen the worst humanity had to offer.
I had no f*cking idea.
Now I know I’ve seen hell. Hell is the basement of an industrial warehouse where the rich, bored and psychotic buy their pleasure at the cost of innocent men and women.
I will take these bastards down, but first, I have to let myself be sold…
My life as a sexual slave should destroy me. Maybe I’m made for hell because as much as I want to end Domingo Morgan and his sick empire, I can’t wait for the next moment I feel his hands on my throat.
Every day I spend as his property, I crave him a little bit more.
Lover. Cop. Victim. Damned if I know who I am anymore. My life as Hugh Kincaid, police officer, is over. The only thing that means anything, the only thing that matters now, is that I belong to him.
Lola Hale explores your darkest erotic fantasies in DEVIL’S SLAVE, the first book in her addictive male/male American Monsters trilogy. This book contains explicit content, including dubious consent.
Hugh and Domingo’s love story continues in DEVIL’S DUE and DEVIL’S DOWNFALL. Don’t miss them!