Bless me, for I have sinned.
I had impure thoughts—temptations of the flesh. I’ve harbored lust, and for the very last man I should be harboring it for. A man of God, no less.
Except, this man is no angel. He’s no saint. In fact, he might just be the Devil. Only Satan himself could set my very skin on fire, and send shivers and filthy want and carnal desires through my soul. No Godly man would look at me like he wants to devour me whole, or peel my innocence and inhibitions away piece. By. Piece.
He says he’s here in Canaan, Georgia to save our souls. A traveling preacher here to speak the gospel, and deliver us from evil. But a preacher shouldn’t be built for sin, like he is. No shepherd should have lips that make his flock weak, or hands that make me ache, or a body that teaches mine the true meaning of original sin.
Gabriel Marsden is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and he’s leading me astray. He’s leading me into temptation, and I can’t - and I won’t - say no.
But you already know all this, don’t you, preacher man? You already know every detail of this sordid story. Because that man?
That man is you.
The Devil came down to Georgia. And God help me, I think I’m already lost.
This was all sorts of naughty fun with a very naughty man, in more ways then one. Gabriel is a traveling preacher, (or is he?), selling his word and wares to different flicks in different towns. But this time, things start to become a little different when he meets Delilah. He can’t get her out of his mind and becomes more focused on her then on taking what he can from everyone. And when she decides she feels the same, whew, sparks and explosions 🔥