DOWN THESE DARK STREETS...
Most folks see Puyallup as the worst Seattle’s got to offer; a tangled mess of metahumanity and greed, poverty and ghettoes, vice and corruption, where the crime is more organized than the government. They call it a Barrens, an armpit, a cesspool.
Jimmy Kincaid, though, calls it home. Walking the line between the shadows and the desperate light, semi-legit like only... [click here for more]
For Sophie Hanes, life is predictable and relatively uneventful, until . . .
. . . she finds an old diary in her grandmother’s attic, written in the unfamiliar Irish language, Gaelic. In her quest to know more, she sets out to find an interpreter and runs into the sexy New Yorker, Kevin Gates, who is more than happy to help interpret the language.
Kevin finds himself moving too close, too... [click here for more]