LUCK OF THE DRAW by Dallas Coleman
Luck of the Draw by Dallas Coleman
Reviewed by Lisa
An evening spent listening to a band playing cover songs in a local bar doesn’t end exactly the way Scooter intended. Instead, one of the band members somehow talks him into leaving everything behind and becoming the band’s tour bus driver. One long look in Justin’s eyes and Scooter was a goner.
Now it may not seem as though ole Texas boy Scooter is very bright, but he knows something’s up with the members of the band, something strange. It doesn’t take him long to realize that his lover and the rest of them are honest to God vampires. Too bad every time he thinks about hitting the road and heading home Justin peaks into his mind and Scooter is seduced into staying just a bit longer. If only Scooter had managed to leave before everything went to hell…
A twisted tale of sexual need, hidden identities, and a liquid diet takes form in Luck of the Draw. The large cast of characters, a convoluted though fascinating plotline, including some dizzying dialogue plays into a unique and amorous vampire tale. Beware, there’s a powerful horror story presence at the climax of this tale. Luck of the Draw isn’t your typical romance, but attachment bordering on love does come into play.