My mothers dating a vampire
Follow up question -- do they ever Airbnb their place? Which really confounded me because I had this theory looking at her pictures that she seemed like a graphic designer or photographer and those are usually people who have web presences. PJ: She was very stylish, and the picture she had of herself looked like they were - there’s one in particular that just looked like it was taken by photographer instead of by, like, someone’s cell phone. ALEX: She had people housesit a couple times, and she asked a barista who worked at the coffee shop around the corner once to like walk her dog, and paid that person. I'm really good at -- I mean everyone's really good at this, but given three pictures of a person on Tinder and like their name and age, I can find her in real life. ALEX: Yeah, I want you to find her and figure out what she was doing with Molly's dog. So I tried that and it didn’t work, like nothing came up. It wasn’t the best idea she’s ever had, but she was desperate—she’s not about to leave her seven-year-old son to be raised by her rigid, overbearing in-laws.On top of post-turning transition issues, like being ignored at PTA meetings and other mothers rejecting her son’s invitations for sleepovers, Libby must deal with her father-in-law’s attempts to declare her an unfit mother, her growing feelings for Wade—a tattooed redneck single dad she met while hiding in a closet at Back to School Night—and the return of her sire, who hasn’t stopped thinking about brave, snarky Libby since he turned her.
It wasn’t the best idea she’s ever had, but she was desperate—sh In the next book in Molly Harper’s Half Moon Hollow paranormal romance series, Libby (a widow-turned-vampire) struggles with her transition, and finds out it sucks to be the only vampire member of the PTA…Widow Libby Stratton arranged to be turned into a vampire after she was diagnosed with late-stage cancer. PJ: Married people have this thing about like, “Let me see your Tinder, let me Tinder for you.” A lot of them, where they’ll take your phone and they’ll just start, like, they’re like, “Yes. Whatever,” and it’s like, you’re inviting people on dates for me. ALEX: It’s like treating people like video game characters. You’ll just regenerate.”PJ: Yeah, you-ALEX: “It doesn’t matter if I send you on a bad date, you’ll bounce back.”PJ: “You’re not married. ALEX: This woman named Molly, she lives in Brooklyn. ALEX: Two years ago, she moved in with her boyfriend. And a month and a half after that, I got a text from him with a screenshot from Tinder - so there was that - I was learning that he was using Tinder after a month and a half, and it showed a picture of a girl that I had never seen before, sitting in my dining room, hugging my dog. ALEX: The whole reason I employed you to do this in the first place is, I was like, “PJ knows Tinder, he would be less afraid to swipe on someone.”PJ: OK. ALEX: It d- didn’t have anything to do with swiping? Um, you take the picture, you plug it into reverse image search. And one of the things Tinder does is it shows you the interests on your Facebook profile that you have in common with the person. PJ: When i figured out how to do it, it didn't take long. I actually feel like this is one that you could have solved. People who online date, I think, are actually pretty used to doing this. You see somebody’s picture, you want to know who they actually are. ALEX: Did you go on Twinder- Tinder and swipe right on her?
And on Tinder, one of them stumbles across an incredibly creepy photo, taken inside the apartment they used to share.