elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Sidetracked by Willa Okati

Devon is an escort. Men, women, for him is all the same, cause now, what he started as a part time job to earn some money while waiting to sell his paintings, is now a binding work, he can't refuse. Cause the Company is not a so legal organization and if he would try to leave he will encounter some problems.

At a party where he is dumped by his employer of the night, he meets a masked man, a dominant man who says that now Devon has to only obey and serve him, Jean Michel. But after a tryst in a shadow corner he disappears and Devon takes the tube toward home, in a empy vagon all alone. And then Jean Michel reappears, domineering and persuasive, promising to Devon only pleasure from that moment on. But Jean Michel is a real man, a phantom or only a figment of Devon's imagination, a dream come true?

In a retelling of the Panthom of Opera's tale, Willa Okati writes a very short story, less than sixty pages, but enjoyable. There is a lot of not said things and the story doesn't have a so clear ending, but all in all it's only a night tale...


Amazon Kindle: Sidetracked
Publisher: Changeling Press, LLC (February 18, 2010)

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Tags: author: willa okati, genre: paranormal, length: novella, review

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