Marooned Alone with only the voices in my head and an island full of sex crazed wolfmen They call this Paradise Really What started out as a romantic cruise a last ditch effort to save our fading marriage turned ugly when my wife, Cecily, dumps me off me on an island in the middle of the Caribbean To be fair, the virus was turning the men into monsters All the men got left behind, to keep the women safe But did she have to look so happy to get rid of me Immune to the virus that s ripped our world apart, I m the only human left on this damnable island I m a slightly neurotic forty year old college professor playing Robinson Crusoe on the Island of Dr Moreau Oh please, Ari You re far from Robinson Crusoe He was a real man Oh, and my wife She s still nagging me, if only in my mind And now there s a certain wolfman after me who just doesn t understand I m not looking to switch teams Then there s the heat and humidity, wild wolfmen ready to attack, and a hurricane looming on the horizon.Island life is far from paradise. New Download Paradise [ by ] Brannan Black [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com
Dark Dreams, Forbidden Fantasies What ifBrannan writes books that move people, balancing gritty realism with a sprinkling of humor and leavened with love Her critically acclaimed books include post apocalyptic, fantasy and paranormal genres Gender is no barrier to love so you ll find m f, m m and m m f couples sharing the adventures and romances of a lifetime She loves to put average people in tough and unusual spots to see what makes them tick OK, some are not so average and are from different realities but they are still as real to her as anyone Brannan can often be found writing out on her patio, while traveling with her hubby or squirreled away in her studio She lives on a small ranch in Colorado and enjoys traveling, making stained glass windows and staring out the window over looking her ranch wondering what if Come lose yourself in Brannan s worlds where passion and gritty action coexist.
- 87 pages
- Brannan Black
- 04 September 2019 Brannan Black