Now that Jessup and the Teleporter has been teleported away from us and gone to a better place, I am sure you are racking your brains trying to figure out what to do with the spot so suddenly but not incomprehensibly left available on your shelf.
I wish only to help in your predicament.
Fresh Meat is a comic paranormal novel set in steamy Puerto Rico where the mosquitoes are more frightening than the vampires.
Lola, the diminutive, quarrelsome daughter of two dance instructors, gets kicked off professional women's football due to her excessively violent tendencies. She moves to Puerto Rico to stay with her only friend, only to find that he has become involved in extreme sanitation. Unfortunately for Lola, she is irresistibly attractive to mosquitoes and other blood sucking creatures. Will her dance skills save her?
I am very proud to say that Fresh Meat has led many on the site, including some who are loathe to read paranormal fiction, to fits of hysterical laughter.
Won't you please have a look? The book has been graced by the backing of enough lovely authonomites to have reached the top ten, but it needs quite a bit more support to make it to the promised land.
I return all reads, although admittedly slowly, with thoughtful, witty, and sometimes even germane comments.