With summer ending and temperatures dipping low at night, Michael’s eager to get his leather jacket back. And although Wild Bill could easily vamp any sales clerk into giving Michael some new duds, it wouldn’t be quite the same as the jacket he left at his parents’ house. Not unless the malls have begun selling clothing with rohypnol and ketamine sewn into the seams.
The return of the jacket comes with a price: a new cell phone from Michael’s parents. Surprisingly, Wild Bill encourages Michael to keep the phone. After all, Michael wouldn’t want to be the only 21-year-old in the world without one. Seems innocent enough, right?
But you never know where an innocent gift will lead. Michael worries the phone may be some shiny bait, meant to lure him closer to his family, and then, college. Everyone seems intent on getting Michael to enroll, but he’s busy looking to catch a vampire…
Michael in the beginning appears to be a naive 21-year-old head-over-heels in love with his partner Bill. But as I dug deeper into the story, I soon discovered that Michael had a mind of his own.
Wild Bill is the strapping and buoyant lover everyone desires. But he also has a very protective side which may save the day or finish flushing it down the toilet.
This epigrammatic story goes at an accelerated pace, which I adore. It is a perfect read if you have a couple hours alone to curl up and get your thrill on.
- e-book, digital format
- Publisher: Changeling Press
- Book Length: Novella
- Language: English
- ISBN: 978-1-59596-388-8
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