Midnight Customer (Vampire Soul, Book One)

Midnight Customer (Vampire Soul, Book One)

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Midnight Customer (Vampire Soul, Book One) by Mac Flynn

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2015

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65

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Midnight Customer (Vampire Soul, Book One)

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Long cold nights working at a trucker’s diner makes sassy waitress Misty pine for something more. She gets her wish when rumors spread about strange creatures seen in the night, and one of the regular diners tells her a haunting story.

Misty offers to help him, and before she knows it one trouble leads to another and she’s entwined in a web of death and undeath. The undeath is a handsome and mysterious stranger, and the death might be her own. She’ll have to use all her wits to get her out of this mess, and with most of her blood intact.

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Midnight Customer delivers. The tale of a waitress getting drawn into a dangerously deadly conflict by a vampire turns out to be interesting and has a good story flow. The simplicity of it works, as it has its own homage to Stephen King novels and horror movies of the eighties of last century. The story is an appetizer by the author, and the download includes a link to her website, where more than just vampire stuff can be downloaded or purchased by subscribers. Interesting, humorous, and simple, but not without some quirks to my personal comfort.
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