In The Angel of 13th Street, Noah Everett helps a young man escape life on the streets and return home. Ever wonder what happened to rent boy Mark?
A side story to The Angel of 13th Street.
Sauntering to a john’s car is a far cry from hauling hay back on the farm, and none of the married men or rancid losers who hire him come close to the love Mark left behind. His father’s angry words still ring in his ears a year after Dad caught Mark kissing Eric. “Get out of my house and don’t come back!” doesn’t leave a guy a lot of choices.
Mark’s lost all he held dear, but the man known as The Angel of 13th Street believes there’s hope. More than anything, Mark wants to go home—but can a rent boy ever truly go home again?
The Prodigal first made an appearance in the anthology Someplace in This World from Torquere Books.
Lovely cover art by Zathyn Priest at Scarlet Tie Designs.