For those who appreciate the bawdy and explicit wild sexy times of the Carnal Invasion series, it is only fair to let you know that this particular novella has very little erotic content. It is primarily a paranormal and science fiction crossover with a heavy emphasis on the harms of racist and xenophobic attitudes.
At the beginning of the tale, we find our hero Bernie Jaskolski confined to an extremely small, windowless metal cell. Bernie's captors, Captain Abigail Botterill, and the treacherous vampire Mondo Katou psychologically torture Bernie, leading him to believe that his beloved Ahmose has abandoned him. In truth, Botterill and Katou have Ahmose bound to a chair in their control room using silver shackles. Ahmose is helpless to spare Bernie the anguish being afflicted on him.
When Botterill grows bored of the game, she leaves Katou to his own devices. Surprisingly, Katou releases the prisoners, informing them that their companion, Theodoric Elms, was murdered by Captain Botterill.
The embattled base where the men were being held captive has been drawn into a space-time anomaly. The men travel through a wormhole to the Manzanar Internment facility where Ahmose Ike, his second cousin Gregory Inoue, and Mondo Katou were incarcerated between 1942 and 1945. They encounter Bernie's previous incarnation, Private Lance Honeycutt, and befriend the kind-hearted M.P. Henry Holst and his bosom chum Paulino, a Mexican immigrant mistakenly brought to the camp by an ignorant officer whose commission was purchased by his rich father.
Shocking secrets are revealed about Captain Botterill and the Manzanar facility. What will the explorers discover on their quest to rescue Theodoric and set things right?
You can find out, and it won't cost you a cent if you pick up your copy of Caged Birds on Kindle between July 6, 2019, and July 10, 2019. As we always say, FREE is the best price.
This novella offers a whole lot of story at zero cost to you. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your copy now!
~Cie for Naughty Netherworld Press~
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