Hired to cure Evan, who is only alive because he's been cryogenically frozen, Noah finds himself in a dream world where he encounters the lonely Evan. Though he cannot tell if the visits are real or imagined, he finds increasingly attached to them—to Evan, and fears what he'll lose should he succeed in finally waking Evan.
Kiss Me at Midnight Collection
By Eleanor Troup
Published by Less Than Three Press LLC
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Edited by Michael Jay
Cover Illustration by V. Rios
This book is a work of fiction and as such all characters and situations are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual people, places, or events is coincidental.
First Edition January 2013
Copyright © 2013 by Eleanor Troup