Josh knew the night shift at the Quik-Mart would be full of freaks and geeks—and that was before the hell portal opened in the parking lot. Still, he likes to think he can roll with things. Sure, the zombies make a mess sometimes, but at least they never reach for anything more threatening than... show more
Josh knew the night shift at the Quik-Mart would be full of freaks and geeks—and that was before the hell portal opened in the parking lot. Still, he likes to think he can roll with things. Sure, the zombies make a mess sometimes, but at least they never reach for anything more threatening than frozen burritos.Besides, it’s not all lizard-monsters and the walking dead. There’s also the mysterious hottie with the sly red lips and a taste for sweets.Josh has had the hots for Hot Guy since the moment he laid eyes on him, and it seems Hot Guy might be sweet on Josh too. Now if only Josh could figure out whether that’s a good thing, a bad thing, or something in between. After all, with a hell vortex just a stone’s throw away, Josh has learned to take nothing at face value—even if it’s a very, very pretty face.
Publish date: October 30th 2011
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 15
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Series: Josh of the Damned (#1)
Fun, enjoyable read. Nothing too fancy, but the humor was spot-on and the characters were likeable, even if the story was short. My biggest complaint was just that: way WAYY too short. It has me wanting to read the next installment immediately.
This was so short, it doesn't qualify as a novella - it is short story length, and should have been clearly tagged. I feel cheated because I paid for this - and this was basically 10 pages.To give a clear impression: On my kindle, clicking through title, disclaimer bla bla, the story started at alre...
4 StarsJosh just got a job as the night clerk at a convenient store. As if the people coming and going at three AM weren’t weird enough, things really get strange when a portal opens near the shop and zombies start showing up to buy frozen burritos. Those aren’t the only non-human being that start s...
I don't get the cover. That is a 10-12 year old boy. The MC in this is an adult. The bad cover is what had me waiting so long to read this as I don't like romance books about adolescents. The story is great and funny but way too short. It's really the first one of a serial. I can't wait to read more...