My story, Prodigal Moon, was selected to appear in the Wayward and Upward anthology from Off Topic Press, a small Canadian publisher. Details follow below.
Genre: Paranormal, Supernatural, Vampires
Length: Short Story
Heat Level: 1 Flame (suggestions of romance)
A young man makes a new friend who is much older than she appears to be.
You can read the previous snippet here.
"Thanks, Val, put her there, pal! I've gotta get inside before I turn into pumpkin pie."
Deborah and Valentins did their secret handshake. Deborah closed the door behind her, and Valentins returned home. His mother arrived an hour later, pleasantly surprised that Valentins had made breakfast. Val knew that his mother would be asleep for the rest of the day and wouldn't notice that he didn't surface again until dusk.
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