Bailee, The Animal Groomer by J. D. Moise
BAILEE, the Animal Groomer relates the story of Louisiana State African American straight man, trekking 100 miles to a Voodoo priest house to buy a spirit for helping him in his work of grooming Animal. As condition for the charms to work, Bailee Wood needs to sleep in a- one- room- and –one – door- built- house together with the spirit. As his business grows, his appetite for his wife diminishes and his sexual taste inside the house propels intensely every Wednesday night. Finally, Bailee finds out that the spirit was a 20- year-old gay arts student becoming zombie after being buried alive by a mob. Ironically, Bailee bought him from Ironpants , the Voodoo priest from Ville Bonheur a rural town of The Southern State. Here is Bailee who enjoyed the company; however, he never knew he had become gay himself. After so much tergiversation, he finally married the gay lover in a celebrity wedding called Pink Wedding sacrificing his own family. It turns out that the life of Bailee Wood is full of surprises and adventures. Fasten your seat belt and enjoy you reading.
The author has rated this book PG-13 (questionable content for children under 13).