Promises To Keep

Promises To Keep

Middle-aged and ill, a computer science professor assumes the obvious when he's propositioned by a young man. But the man isn't young, he's offering more than sex, and it's not good exam results he's after. He's an immortal vampire who needs the professor's help to stay on the right side of the law. A vampire who wants to show him that it's still worth making a fight for l Middle-aged and ill, a computer science professor assumes the obvious when he's propositioned by a young man. But the man...

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Title:Promises To Keep
Author:Jules Jones
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:Promises To Keep
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:27 pages pages

Promises To Keep Reviews

  • Tam
    Sep 10, 2011

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

  • Midnight
    Feb 09, 2010

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • Cherie Noel
    Nov 21, 2010

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • D
    Apr 03, 2013

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • Robin
    Feb 22, 2013

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • Dana
    Sep 01, 2013

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • Azolla
    Dec 28, 2013

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • Grandmat
    Jan 08, 2012

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

  • Aiysha Duncan
    Apr 07, 2012

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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  • Dhole
    Dec 27, 2016

    The review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews This short paranormal story starts at the end of the story, then takes you back to the beginning. The story is told from the first person perspective of the professor above, a middle-aged man suffering from an unnamed autoimmune di...

    Very short, less than 50 pages. One peeve, there are many autoimmune diseases, none are HIV. This story works in a strange, moody way. I quite liked it, but I'm not sure why. There are a lot of implications packed in into a few pages, and much is left to the readers imagination in such...

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