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Masters of Midnight : Erotic Tales of the Vampire
They are the ultimate forbidden pleasure--ruthless in their eroticism, tender in their devotions, and utterly irresistible in their dangerous temptations. Spend the night with four mysterious men whose kiss is more than deadly, it's forever...
Masters Of Midnight
His Hunger, by William J. Mann It's a work obligation that leads Jeremy Horne to the reclusive Maine estate of eccentric Bartholomew Coates. Now, Jeremy finds himself the man's prisoner, the victim of erotic dreams where handsome men ravage his body and Bartholomew grows younger and more irresistible with each drop of Jeremy's blood...
Sting, by Michael Thomas Ford After his lover's sudden death, librarian Ben Hodges seeks refuge in a sleepy Ozarks town. But his summer of healing turns to intrigue when he encounters soft-spoken beekeeper Titus Durham, a man whose hidden obsession will change Ben's life forever...
Bradon's Bite, by Sean Wolfe With his wavy black hair and turquoise eyes, Bradon Lugo can have any man he wants--but what he wants in return is more than any lover would dream of giving. And what blond, innocent Kirk Courey offers is too tempting for Bradon to resist...a chance at the love of a thousand lifetimes...
Devoured, by Jeff Mann By night, Derek Maclaine loses himself in New York's leather bar underground, trying to forget the brutal murder of his lover in Scotland, centuries ago. But now, danger threatens his new lover, and this time, Derek will have his revenge...
Answer the call of the night in these four erotic tales of the vampire, where each invitation to pleasure leaves you hungry for more...
Masters of Midnight gathers four erotic vampire novellas: "His Hunger," by William J. Mann, "Sting," by Michael Thomas Ford, "Brandon's Bite," by Sean Ford, and "Devoured," by Jeff Mann. As the cover art of one man embracing another suggests, this all-original anthology is aimed at gay male readers. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Kensington Publishing Corporation
May 30, 2003
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