Wednesday willies: A Vampire in Waikiki

Your eerie treat from the first book in the series

By A.J. Llewellyn

A Vampire in Waikiki by A.J. Llewellyn

Tem told me he wanted to pick up Todah from the airport and take him home to their apartment, a place he knew and was comfortable in, but I felt certain it was a very bad idea. I knew the entity was just waiting for that boy, but Tem was adamant. 

That meant at least one night apart. Ack! But I wanted to help Tem get his apartment ready for a little welcome home party for Todah. I had an ulterior motive. I wanted Kalani’s opinion of the malevolent being, and, of course, she was as troubled as I was by what she sensed lurking in that second bedroom. 

“It’s not native,” Kalani whispered to me. “It’s not of the islands.” Clancy and Tem were in the kitchen while Kalani and I were outside Todah’s bedroom door. She had her palms on the door, feeling the presence. “It waits.” 

“You keep saying it.” So, I was right, it wasn’t human. It was something old and so pervasive, it confirmed my suspicions that I was going to have to call on Blossom’s help again. 

“I’m going in.” Before I could stop her, my sister turned the handle. Locked. Kalani looked at me. “Tem has no idea what he’s dealing with, Jimmy. I’m afraid for the two of them with this thing being in there. I—” 

Tem came looking for us and we put on festive fronts, blowing up balloons, stocking champagne, cake and ice cream in the fridge. Tem was nervous about Todah’s arrival. He wanted to meet him alone, bring him home alone to Kapiolani Gardens, and I reluctantly agreed to it because it was what he wanted. 

“You’ll call me, right?” I must have asked him a dozen times. 

“Of course I’ll call you. I just need to spend some time with him. I want him to know how happy I am that he’s home. Then I want him to meet you. I know you’re going to love each other.” 

My pining heart had to let him have his way. Maybe I was wrong. Maybe the entity would leave them alone. But I didn’t think so. As Clancy hugged Tem goodbye, Kalani and I talked quickly. 

“Whatever is in that apartment would follow Todah to our home.” Kalani was adamant. I knew she was right. Whatever had its grip on Todah would need to be removed, cleansed from the dwelling and the boy, before we could bring him and Tem home. 

I called Blossom when Tem left me with one last kiss and drove off to the airport. “I’m going to need a favor.” This meant three favors and I was expecting her to collect any time. 

“Ah, Jimmy-San. What can I do for you?” 

“I’m not sure yet exactly what I am dealing with, but I do know I will need an odaisan, a Japanese healer. A very good odaisan. I need to be on standby, money is no object, Blossom.” 

She hesitated. “Is everything all right Jimmy?” 

“I’m dealing with a case of possession. A young man. The entity is waiting for him to come home and I believe all hell is about to break loose.” 

A Vampire in Waikiki

Book 1 of the six-book series

A Vampire in Waikiki by A.J. Llewellyn

Gay-for-pay porn star Jimmy Thunder doesn’t just have a double life, he’s got three. Just when he thinks he has all his big secrets under control, he discovers mind-blowing sex and the emerging feelings of true love with his gay co-star, Angelis. And it’s no fluke. These guys just can’t keep their hands off each other, doing unscripted, hot sex scenes that thrill their director, but for Jimmy, it’s actually one more problem he doesn’t need.

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A.J. Llewellyn

Bestselling author A.J. Llewellyn

lives in California, but dreams of living in Hawaii. Frequent trips to all the islands, bags of Kona coffee in the fridge and a healthy collection of Hawaiian records keep this writer refueled.

A.J’s passion for the islands led to writing a play about the overthrow of Queen Lili’uokalani’s kingdom.

A.J. never lacks inspiration for writing erotic romances but has many other passions: collecting books on Hawaiiana, surfing and spending time with family, friends and animal companions.

A.J. Llewellyn believes that love is a song best sung out loud.

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