Trailer Park Trickster
They are my harvest, and I will reap them all.
Returning to Guthrie, Oklahoma, for the funeral of his mysterious and beloved aunt Sue, Adam Binder once again finds himself in the path of deadly magic when a dark druid begins to prey on members of Adam’s family. It all seems linked to the death of Adam’s father many years ago—a man who may have somehow survived as a warlock.
Watched by the police, separated from the man who may be the love of his life, compelled to seek the truth about his connection to the druid, Adam learns more about his family and its troubled history than he ever bargained for, and finally comes face-to-face with the warlock he has vowed to stop.
Meanwhile, beyond the Veil of the mortal world, Argent the Queen of Swords and Vic the Reaper undertake a dangerous journey to a secret meeting of the Council of Races . . . where the sea elves are calling for the destruction of humanity.
Slayton continues the story of poor, gay warlock Adam Binder in his thrilling, well-crafted sequel to White Trash Warlock. Fresh from saving the world from a malevolent being, Adam returns to his hometown of Guthrie, Okla., for the funeral of his beloved great-aunt and magic tutor, Sue. Her sudden death makes him suspicious, especially when, soon after, a shadowy, powerful druid blows up her trailer with her daughter, Noreen, and granddaughter, Jodi, inside. As Adam attempts to uncover the identity of the druid, he worries that Jodi, who survived the attack, is playing with powers beyond her knowledge and skill. With local law enforcement digging into the strange events accumulating around the Binder family and Jodi growing increasingly erratic, old secrets and unsolved mysteries begin to unravel. Meanwhile, bisexual cop-turned-reaper Vic, who's dating and magically bound to Adam, attempts to join Adam from Denver but is waylaid by elf queen Argent. Argent takes Vic to her magical dimension, where they spy on a rival faction of elves scheming to obliterate humanity. The interweaving of Adam's and Vic's quests builds satisfying tension on the way to an unresolved ending that sets things up nicely for the next installment. The result is an emotionally rich page-turner.