Meg finds out her new guest can not only drink tea but eat as well. With food in the house needed for three living things, they went to the town to go shopping. Tony crafts an e-mail to send to the author of his book in hopes to get answers about the process that created Bruce. In the prison that holds Tony's abusive father, there is another Whispering Thing, plotting for Buffliro’s escape….
Foster parent Meg Suther’s new foster child Tony has an odd quirk. He talks to an imaginary friend. However it turns out the friend exists. Bruce is a friend to Tony and is the father figure Tony wishes he had. Meg innocently reads the spell from Tony’s book and sees Bruce, too. After being convinced he was good and meant no harm, she lets him stay. While Tony plots to set them up together.
Charlotte Burrows writes romantic, adult poetry. In 'Rumours of Love' each verse takes you on a journey that touches your heart and mind. It's impossible not to feel your breath quicken and heart race as you lose yourself in the words of this sensitive writer. When your eyes fall on the last lines of each short story, you will find yourself breathless with excitement and gasping for more.
Her parents' old spellbook was too tempting and Sara Slocum couldn't imagine anything happening when she and her friend wished for a perfect boyfriend. She certainly didn't imagine summoning a demon. Still, once he arrived and she couldn't send him back, she figured she should get some use out of him. Sexy and fun.