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Frank watched it carefully from behind his bar. The club was empty by this hour, thank goodness. He didn’t want it getting out… Read more You Ever Dance with the Devil in the Pale Moonlight?
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The steaming water burned his tongue, but Kyle sipped at it anyway, enjoying the stinging sensation, and letting it rouse… Read more Never Too Late