In the Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You by Luke Smitherd
There are hangovers, there are bad hangovers, and then there's waking up inside someone else's head.
The morning after a boozy night before comes with the rudest of awakenings for young bartender Charlie Wilkes. Instead of finding himself in his bedroom, he awakes in a prison consisting of moving, undulating black walls and a huge glowing screen that seems to float in thin air. But the prison isn't a prison, and the screen isn't a screen; incredibly, he is somehow inside the mind of a young woman - Minnie - and the screen is actually a projection of what she sees.
How did he end up in the Black Room? What has happened to his life? How is it that he recognises Minnie, feels a bond of some sort with her ...even though they've never met? Can he exist inside the mind of a troubled, terrified, but beautiful woman with secrets of her own? Most important of all, can he ever get out?