Son of Death by Nikki McCoy
(Keeper of the Gods)

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Book one in the Keepers of the Gods Series

When Seth, a Keeper of the Gods, finds the two men he is destined to live eternity with, he must defy the very Gods themselves to save his mates and preserve the existence of man and love.

Discovering love with the one person who is fated to compliment everything that you are is blessing enough, but what do you do when another knight in shining armor sweeps you off your feet?

Jamie found a second chance at life when Loland rescued him from the ignorance and abuse of those who should have protected him. For years they struggled together to cope with Jamie's powers of precognition and his ability to absorb energy from living things.

After centuries of waiting for his other half, Seth finally met Loland, a man that embodied all he'd ever dreamt of in a mate. Meeting Loland's lover, Jamie, and finding that they are both his mates only made the pot sweeter. But while exploring the love they find as mates and the D/s relationships they crave, all three must challenge the will of the Gods and the twisted plans of Jamie's mysterious family.

Ultimately, Seth knows there is nothing he wouldn't do to save the lives and love of his mates.
 

About Nikki McCoy

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I have always been a lover of books, particularly those withI have always been a lover of books, particularly those with the dichotomy of the strong alpha male and the weaker love the dichotomy of the strong alpha male and the weaker love of their life which they must rescue. After reading all I coof their life which they must rescue. After reading all I could find in M/F books, I decided to give M/M fiction a try auld find in M/F books, I decided to give M/M fiction a try and my addiction skyrocketed. Hot, sexy men times two? No connd my addiction skyrocketed. Hot, sexy men times two? No contest. Unfortunately, I was reading faster than the authors ctest. Unfortunately, I was reading faster than the authors could produce. Eventually, I resorted to imagining my own stoould produce. Eventually, I resorted to imagining my own stories and my mind took off from there. I have to admit, thougries and my mind took off from there. I have to admit, though, I am a bit of a recluse. If not for the joy and humour myh, I am a bit of a recluse. If not for the joy and humour my husband and four boys bring to me, I would never have ventu husband and four boys bring to me, I would never have ventured this far. red this far.
 
Published May 23, 2011 by Total-E-Bound Publishing. 226 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica. Fiction

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