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Last Call

Last Call

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by Allen Dusk
     
 

When her best friend cancels their girls' night out plans at the last minute, Sophie is left all dressed up alone and lost in the middle of a world overflowing with tropical dreams and exotic drinks. The heady lure of kitschy paradise slowly erodes her inhibitions, convincing her that the hunky bartender has been glancing her way all night. Will she build up

Overview

When her best friend cancels their girls' night out plans at the last minute, Sophie is left all dressed up alone and lost in the middle of a world overflowing with tropical dreams and exotic drinks. The heady lure of kitschy paradise slowly erodes her inhibitions, convincing her that the hunky bartender has been glancing her way all night. Will she build up the courage to make a move, or will she spend yet another night alone in a cold bed? You'll have to grab a drink and wait around until Last Call to see how her incredible night ends.

This short tale is a prequel to a larger work in progress tentatively titled "The Girl Alone."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044437074
Publisher:
Allen Dusk
Publication date:
04/07/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
159 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Allen Dusk is the author of Shady Palms, a gritty urban tale splattered with carnage. His short fiction has appeared in Rose Caraway's The Kiss Me Quick's erotica podcast, Peep Show Volume 2 (SST Publications), Horror-tica (Cruentus Libri Press), and Sirens Call eZine. Other than writing unique blends of horror and erotica, his favorite pastimes include photography, geocaching, lusting over old horror movies, and researching supernatural folklore. Ravenous readers can reach him through his website allendusk.com.

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Last Call 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too short