“I’ll make you scream.”
The difference between pleasure and pain lies on the knife’s edge in this horror film-inspired erotic series.
In The Camper, Nathan must come face-to-face with the horrors that happened at Camp Sunny Days twenty years ago, but he’ll soon learn that no secret can stay buried forever.
No final girl—or boy—is safe from desires this dark…
Point of view:
3rd person. Entirely from Nathan’s perspective.
My first read by Jack Harbon. I was totally intrigued by the idea of an erotic horror story. I’m impressed by how a tale this short managed to be scary, sexy, and a complete story all at once.
Seeking answers or just escape, Nathan travels back to the abandoned Summer Camp that not only took the life of his best friend – but is now where many people have mysteriously disappeared. He finds answers and absolution in a completely unexpected way.
While there’s part of me that wants to know more, I loved the way Harbon ended this.
About the author:
Jack Harbon is your typical, eccentric twenty-something writing stories much more interesting than his real life. If he’s not writing, he’s either reading domestic thrillers about women in peril, watching trashy reality TV shows, or playing The Sims.
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My Favorite Quotes
He recalled hearing that for a lot of people, the last day before the end was happy. – Desires Darkly: The Camper by @JackHarbon #MM #Erotic #Horror #ShortStoryTweet
He’d come here for one answer, and he’d found it. There was no way to run from the past. – Desires Darkly: The Camper by @JackHarbon #MM #Erotic #Horror #ShortStoryTweet