Sandy recounts his experience as a proud master, living in his kingdom. He takes pride in the fact that he treats his servants, Chris and Janine, with the utmost respect, unlike his neighboring masters. His story tells how he found his servant, Janine, in an act of betrayal. When her fellow servant also catches her, instead of dealing with her indiscretion, he turns on Sandy. Sandy has to deal with the fact that his servants overturned his throne, and stole his kingdom from him; but he is a proud master, and holds his head up high with the dignity befit a king.
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About the Author
Ed Bar spent most of his adult life working in the music industry as an audio engineer, music promoter and ghostwriter. Deciding to try his hand at being a novelist, he developed the idea for "The Red Demon Trilogy". Inspired by various vampire and witchcraft novels that only featured werewolves as side characters, he decided that it was time to bring these supernatural creatures to the forefront. Finding the balance between both a romanticized and villainous species, he created Perfect Moon, the first book in the trilogy. In addition, he is also the author of such short stories as "Love and Lust", "A Fallen King", and "The Voyage of Bran, a Modern Adaptation". Born in Saint Louis, Missouri, he currently lives in the Ozark Mountain Range in southern Missouri, where he spends his free time fishing and playing with his pit bull.