The Family by KV Taylor

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Late starter Liam Corchoran struggles with college from the beginning. He’s used to a life fueled by books and early morning chores, not alcohol and sex. His roommate is a cocky city kid he couldn't be less interested in, his best friend and family are a hundred miles away, and he’s ever so emo about life in general.

His roommate Gianni Fiorenza never struggles with anything but boredom: the chief difficulty in the life of a vicious, century old vampire. He’d expected this College Experiment to keep him amused for at least a semester, but after a barely month he’s ready to fling himself into lake Erie.

It begins as pure entertainment, a provisional friendship. Then it turns into a challenge. Then something like love, at times indistinguishable from hate. It’s a love story for monsters, and the beginning of something that will affect their lives, families, friends, and world forever.

Which, for a vampire, is a hell of a long time.

About KV Taylor

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K.V. Taylor is an avid reader and writer of urban fantasy and dark speculative fiction, even though the only degree she holds in is in the history of art. (Or, possibly, because the only degree she holds is in the history of art.) Originally from the Appalachian foothills of West Virginia, she currently lives in the D.C. Metro Area with her husband and mutant cat. In her spare time she enjoys comic books, Himalayan Buddhist art, loud music, her Epiphone, and Black Bush. Scripped is her first novel.
Published February 13, 2013 by Belfire Press. 253 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A SUMMONS TO MEMPHIS By Peter Taylor. 209 pp. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $15.95. PETER TAYLOR is a novelist and short-story writer who for almost half a century has produced fictions about a distinctive world of Southern inland cities, and about a characteristic stratum of society whose memb...

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