Synesthesia isn't the most useful gift for a recording engineer, as Graham reveals during a film interview for Noah's documentary. Synesthetics are people who SEE music. Some see colours or shapes in the notes they hear. Graham's a little out of the ordinary--he sees images. Often, entire scenes play out before his eyes.
Graham's come up against a stumbling block because of his synesthesia. In the bizarre instrumental death metal album he's working on, the devil's eyes appear at every turn. He's scared stiff, and if he's afraid to listen, how will he ever get the tracks edited?
Documentarian Noah seems interested in Graham as more than just a research subject. Will they discover that confronting the devil's eyes is a job for two?
Adult Romance/Short Story
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Nalve that I may be, I hadn't heard of synesthesia and found the details about this really interesting. In some ways, as a writer myself, I "see" with my senses as well when I create a story. Devil's Eyes was very short, but well done. Enough was learned about the main character, Graham, to want to understand him and what he was facing: both the problem with his work on a particular piece of music and with his attraction to the younger man, Noah. And it was nice and spicy, erotic enough to put you there in the story with these two men.