When an exorcism goes wrong, can the young Fr. O'Leary resist the lewd temptations - and achingly hot body - of a demon who tests his faith as well as his lusts? How far will he go, and will the devil claim his soul... or his heart?
WARNING: This story features explicit, sizzling temptations and dark and mature themes, as well as explicit man-on-man sex.
"EXORCIZO te, immundíssime spíritus, omnis incúrsio adversárii," I began, my voice gaining power and authority as I raised my other hand, the book with the sacred rite's words still in it.
I stopped then, for I realized that the creature, the demon, had begun to speak along with me.
Laughing, the thing straightened, stepping off its perch and rising up again, meeting my gaze. "Oh, dear, dear, Danny boy. You know what you're missing for that, aren't you?"
"I am in no sense lacking anything," I said, my face feeling as red as the demon's own flesh. "I have fasted, I have prepared myself for spiritual conflict, I have..."
"You've had sex with a man within the last two years," the demon finished.
I gaped. I felt my mouth hang open.
The demon reached up with a single horny nail and pushed my jaw shut. "Oh, Danny boy, I've been watching you for quite some time. You know, I'm sure, that you - shall I quote?"
My eyes watered. "You mocking - you fiendish, infernal-"
The demon laughed. "Exactly! You're catching on. But to quote your own temple of deceit: ' Although the particular inclination of the homosexual person is not a sin, it is a more or less strong tendency ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil; and thus the inclination itself must be seen as an objective disorder' - I have it right, yes? Don't I?"
Anger grew in me. "Yes, you're quoting the policies correctly you Damned Thing, and what of it? I have confessed my sins! The Lord himself has forgiven me!"
The demon clapped its - his - hands together, rubbing them together with glee. "Did he now?
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Published September 16, 2012
Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction.