Currents [Blood Lines 0] by Mechele Armstrong

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Genre: LGBT Vampire Paranormal
Series: Prequel to the Blood Lines series

A blacksmith has never seemed so sexy to the vampire Henri until he meets Nathan, the son of a dying friend. Nathan’s everything he isn’t. Impulsive and carefree, poetry in motion, and yet, there’s an incredible power lurking inside those muscular depths: the critical ability to draw off emotions.

Beyond the growing bond between them, trouble lurks. For another vampire, Bellario, has discovered what Nathan can do and wants it for himself. He’ll use anything to get it, including Nathan’s neighbors and a former lover, who’s bent on revenge, against Nathan.

Henri’s determined not to lose Nathan like he lost his last student. But his blood lust threatens, and if he can’t contain it, people will die. Nathan’s siphoning powers help, but they’re no match for Henri’s emotional rush. Making him a vampire will increase those powers, Henri has sworn not to turn him unless his life is in danger.

That condition is filled when Bellario’s riled up mob comes to burn Nathan out. But will Nathan and Henri be able to fight the crush and forge the currents of lust into something more lasting?

Publisher’s Note: This e-book contains subject matter, language and graphic sexual content that may be offensive to some readers: m/m sexual practices.
 

About Mechele Armstrong

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Mechele Armstrong lives in Virginia and writes while technoing with a computer geek hubby, chaffeuring two girls, ball throwing to a spaz cat, playing psychiatrist to a neurotic dog, and serving one diva kitty. She loves open bedroom doors and things that go bump in the night, which is why she probably writes what she does. She's always looking for new worlds to play in so she never knows what will come up next. Her world is where sensuality and wonder collide.
 
Published April 17, 2007 by Loose Id LLC. 110 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, History, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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