The Blue Moon Cafe

  • by Rick R. Reed
  • Narrated by Topher Samuels
  • 6 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Someone - or something - is killing Seattle's gay men.
A creature moves through the darkest night, lit only by the full moon, taking them, one by one, from the rain city's gay gathering areas.
Someone - or something - is falling in love with Thad Matthews.
Against a backdrop of horror and fear, young Thad finds his first true love in the most unlikely of places - a new Italian restaurant called The Blue Moon Cafe. Sam is everything Thad has ever dreamed of in a man: compassionate, giving, handsome, and with brown eyes Thad feels he could sink into. And Sam can cook! But as the pair's love begins to grow, so do the questions and uncertainties, the main one being, why do Sam's unexplained disappearances always coincide with the full moon?
Prepare yourself for a unique blend of dark suspense and erotic romance with The Blue Moon Cafe, written by the author Unzipped magazine called, “the Stephen King of gay horror.” You're guaranteed an unforgettable listening experience, one that skillfully blends the hottest romance with the most chilling terror....

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Best story line ever!

Such a great story! Felt like some scenes needed more focus & details. But overall I was hooked right away and need a part 2 ASAP! Ending brought me to tears!
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- Kevin Estupinan

Howling good

Any additional comments?

this twist on a werewolf story was a little slow at first but got real hot and heavy as Thad falls madly in love with one of the owners of a new Italian restaurant. This all goes on with a creature ripping apart the gay men in town. The gay sex scenes are hot the story is good and romance well it'll make you wish for a hairy Italian too.

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- kelvin phoenix "I wont go in to the plots too much mainly if it 3 - 5 stars you may want to try it."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-07-2013
  • Publisher: Rick R. Reed