Montana's Vamp (MM)

Brac Pack 16

Siren-BookStrand, Inc.

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 27,689
147 Ratings (4.6)

[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves]

Gabriele Sloane has been picked on his entire life by the coven he grew up in. They taunted him, ridiculed him, and downright hated him. When they do the unthinkable and kick him out, Gabby is forced to find a new home. Dodging the sun and low on his diabetic supplies, he wanders aimlessly until he finds himself in the arms of one bald and sexy shifter.

Montana Graton hates vampires with a passion. His best friend was killed by one. Hungry and bored, he decides to visit the diner in town. The little redhead sitting one booth over looks good enough to roll around in the back of his truck with—until the smell hits him and he discovers the redhead is his mate.

Can Montana set aside his hatred and claim the little vamp, or will he allow his festering hate to surface and turn his back on the sexy little fireball fate has given him?


Note: Each book in Lynn Hagen's Brac Pack collection focuses on a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, we recommend reading the series in sequential order.

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Lynn Hagen is a Siren-exclusive author.

Montana's Vamp (MM)
147 Ratings (4.6)

Montana's Vamp (MM)

Brac Pack 16

Siren-BookStrand, Inc.

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 27,689
147 Ratings (4.6)
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Cover Art by Jinger Heaston
Another smash hit from the Brac pack series.One of my favorites. I absolutely love Montana and Gabby. This book had the right amount of angst and I loved the vulnerability from Gabby as well as his inner strength. Montana showed so much tenderness with Gabby while maintaining his alpha male persona. There were many laugh out loud moments at Gabby's tendency to speed talk his way through conversations.
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4 NYMPHS: "Montana's Vamp is the newest addition to the Brac Pack series and it is also the story of the last original pack member. Montana has always worried about finding his mate so when he does meet the man, he is beyond happy, until the other shoe falls. Gabriele is a half breed vampire who more than lives up to his nickname. I liked that Gabby was not your usual perfect vampire. Not only is he little, but he is also diabetic and a little on the chubby side. That Montana soon finds him to be the perfect mate only made me like the big wolf even more. Once the two men get the whole vampire thing out of the way, they waste no time heating up the pages. The Brac Pack series is not only the starting point for the author's upcoming Zeus's Pack series but several more as well. In Montana's Vamp, we meet several members of the various spin offs, and I for one can't wait to see what the author has cooked up with all these interesting characters." -- Critter Nymph, Literary Nymphs Reviews

4 CHERRIES: "This story started off quickly, setting my emotions a blaze. I was filled with sadness for what has happened to Gabby and anger because he's a sweet innocent soul who needs help being cared for. At a hundred years old this half vampire half human is still considered young and naive. Gabby has been forced out of the only home he has ever known with nothing more than the clothes on his back. His vampire coven has done the most unthinkable thing when they kicked him out, they did it during daylight hours. This poor character has to struggle and fight the odds until he enters Brac Village and meets his savior. When Gabby meets Montana it's a bit awkward. Gabby is diabetic and needs daily doses of insulin, and when he goes to administer his medicine Montana storms in and gets the wrong impression. This couple have their ups and downs from the get go but they're also a supper sweet and fun pairing. Montana's overbearing need to protect and care for his mate is just what Gabby needs. Gabby, on the other hand, brings the comedy into this relationship. He keeps Montana on his toes with his speed talking and the shenanigans he gets into with the other mates. The book was very enjoyable but I wished there were more back story on Montana. As stated in the blurb his friend was killed by a vampire but that is all that is mentioned in the actual book as well. I would have liked to have known more about the man, where he came from, what his previous pack was like? Montana is a fierce warrior and would do anything for his mate, but I would have loved for the author to have explored with this character more in depth. As with all the Brac pack mates, Ms. Hagen writes these men in the most realistic way while still being a paranormal story. All these men are human beings with real life personal drama. Gabby is an overweight vampire with self-image issues. He also has a bad case of talking so fast he leaves everyone speechless with his ability to go without taking a breath. Ms. Hagen is the queen of the cliff hanger, but I love it and it has me coming back every week. There are more introductions of other paranormal shifters and we finally get more back ground info on Melonee. This series just picks up more steam with each new installment. As for Montana and Gabby these characters will stay with me and keep me wondering what will happen next for this duo. Ms. Hagen is always great about giving updates about every member of this extended family and it helps keep these characters fresh in your mind." -- Coreopsis, Whipped Cream Reviews

"All his life, which is a bit over a hundred, Gabriele ‘Gabby’ Sloane has been the proverbial whipping boy in the coven. The short, red haired, pudgy in his opinion, half blood is also a diabetic. For whatever reason the coven decides that today is the day to kick Gabby out for good with only the clothes on his back and very little insulin in his pocket. At least being a half blood Gabby doesn’t sizzle and burn as quickly in the sun. It’s not fair being the last of the pack without a mate when everyone else is running around kissing and what not runs through Montana Graton’s mind at least a dozen times a day. The Santiago brothers only just joined the pack so they don’t count Montana figures. Though he doesn’t begrudge the others their happiness, Montana can’t help feeling a little lonely. When Montana comes across Gabby in the village diner he’s absolutely thrilled, but when it’s revealed that the little mate is a vampire Montana justifiably freaks. Years ago the wolf lost his best friend to a rogue vampire and Montana’s hated them all ever since. Before the mates can work through the problems, something happens which stops everyone in their tracks, even the mighty Alpha Maverick… Another wild ride is ahead for the mates of the Brac Pack in the sixteenth story, Montana’s Vamp. A lifetime of verbal abuse leaves the latest mate, Gabby with little confidence and a lot of difficulties when his bigoted mate comes to claim him. Montana is, well…pigheaded, but luckily for him Gabby is a sweetheart. Montana’s Vamp offers passion and forgiveness for a pair of fated mates. Spirited characters, inventive lovemaking, and an imaginative plotline are found in the pages of Montana’s Vamp." -- Lisa, Joyfully Reviewed

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“I know a trick. Can I show you?” Gabby tried to still his beating heart. Montana had been doing a pretty good job of making him forget his own name. And considering this was his first blowjob on the receiving end, he must be nuts to stop him.

Montana rolled onto his back spreading his body wide. “Show me.” He wiggled his brows as he smiled down at him.

Now was definitely not the time to become shy. Gabby bit his bottom lip as he crawled over Montana’s legs and got comfortable between them. “Let me know if you don’t like it.” He glanced up at his mate from under his lashes.

“I’m sure I’ll like it.” Montana pulled his lip up in a half smile, and Gabby’s brain short circuited. His mate ran his hand over Gabby’s spikes, and Gabby was eating up the attention. He leaned in for a moment, soaking up all the attention Montana was giving him.

Okay, he could do this. Gabby grabbed the base of Montana’s huge cock. He stared at it for a moment like it was an alien. Could he really do this? He’d never seen anyone with such a large bulbous head before. He prayed he didn’t make a big fool of himself.

“Watch the teeth, pumpkin.” 

If he only knew. Gabby took a deep breath. He swept his tongue over the pearly drops glistening at the eye, the taste melting his insides. Montana was delicious. Gabby secured his lips over the head, swiping his tongue around, eliciting a moan from his mate.

Montana’s legs pulled up, his back arched, and he rubbed Gabby’s hair. Gabby looked up. The wolf had his eyes closed, hissing out between clenched teeth. Now was a good time to show the man his trick.

Fear gripped him. What if Montana got mad at him? He did hate vampires after all. Swallowing his fear and pulling his bravado from deep within, Gabby opened his mouth and bit down on the large vein running the length of Montana’s cock.

“Agh!” Montana came off of the bed, his seed shot down Gabby’s throat, and he choked to swallow all of it.

“Fuck, fuck, fuck,” Montana shouted. Gabby sealed the wound, praying he was reading Montana’s reaction correctly. He suckled for a little while longer, for the pleasure and to stall. Gabby stole glances up at Montana, but his mate had his eyes closed.

“Get up here, fireball,” Montana commanded gruffly.

Gabby gulped, not sure how to read his mate. He just met him after all. “I’m sorry.” He got to his knees, fear making it impossible for him to move. Gabby worried his hands, unsure if Montana was going to thank him or hit him.

“Now, pumpkin.” Montana was breathing heavily. Gabby crossed his fingers and crawled on all fours up to the head of the bed. Once again he rested on his knees, flinching when Montana opened his eyes.

“I promise to never do that again.” 

Montana rolled over, pinning Gabby beneath him. His mate’s face was too dark to read. Was that anger?

“That’s a promise you are going to break, time and time again, pumpkin.” Montana growled then kissed Gabby like he mattered, like he wasn’t just someone satisfying a need. Gabby cried out and wrapped his arms around his wolf. Montana wanted him.

Gabby pulled his legs to his chest, Montana sliding wetted fingers inside of him. He writhed and moaned, clenching his ass to suck up those long and thick fingers.

“Wherever you learned that trick, sign me up for the classes.” Montana chuckled. “That had to be the best blow job I’ve ever had.” 

“Really, you liked it? You’re not just saying that to placate me? You really enjoyed it—” Montana smothered Gabby’s mouth with his. Gabby forgot what he was saying, his body coming alive for the first time during sex. His hands shot above his head, grabbing the headboard as Montana prepared him.

Montana broke the kiss. “I really enjoyed it.” 

Gabby moaned when Montana removed his fingers. He tried to roll over, but his wolf stopped him. “Where are you going, fireball?”

“On my hands and knees, where I’m always supposed to be.” Every time he had sex, it was in this position. Why was Montana questioning it? Sure, he was on his back when he was claimed, but Montana wasn’t in his right mind then. He would be now. Nobody wanted to see his fat when they fucked him. Why would Montana be any different? He was more gorgeous than any man he had ever met, so he surely didn’t want to see Gabby on his back.

Montana laid a hand on Gabby’s chest. “Stay on your back.” 

Gabby bit his lip and nodded. Montana wanted to look at him. He actually wanted to. Gabby’s fought the tears. He was not going to cry like a baby while being fucked. No, sir.

But Montana wanted him.

Gabby’s heart soared as Montana entered him. This was the happiest he had been in one hundred and twelve years. He wrapped his legs around his wolf, arched his back, and hissed as Montana drove into him.

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