This book is a collection of sixteen short stories for the bold and brave.
The stories range from the bizarre to the ridiculous, from steamy and erotic to dark and dangerous. The stories feature vampires, werewolves, mythological creatures, witches, Fallen Angels, psychotic females, Vestal Virgins, female assassin’s, and even Satan, the Prince of Darkness drops in for a chat.
All stories are introduced and commented on by the very politically incorrect Johnny Romero, a twenty-four-year-old welfare recipient from Boston.
During his rambles, we learn that Johnny swears a lot, loves chicks, has a fear of the Roadrunner, would like to get intimately involved with cartoon characters Jessica Rabbit and Lois (from Family Guy) and eventually wants to start up his own religious cult.
To the Bold and Brave, step right up, although for the timid and easily offended, tread warily …