More than a Stud

MuseitHot Publishing

Heat Rating: Steamy
Word Count: 31,269
1 Ratings (4.0)

Will stakes and fangs keep Shane and Jamie from being a couple before their relationship begins? Shane Richards, 24, male model, has a few problems. His rival threatens to discredit him if he participated in the upcoming America’s Top Male Model contest. Near his twenty-fifth birthday, the dormant vampire abilities within him begin to surface and he starts having nightmares about meeting his so-called father whom he’s never met. As if that isn’t enough one of his male friends who has the hots for him is determined to make him his lover. On his twenty-fifth birthday his nightmares come true and he winds up risking his life in a battle with his father over a pendant with supernatural powers.

More than a Stud
1 Ratings (4.0)

More than a Stud

MuseitHot Publishing

Heat Rating: Steamy
Word Count: 31,269
1 Ratings (4.0)
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Ka-boom!

His body lurched from the emphatic sound and the rapid pounding of his heart slammed against his chest. Not yet fully awake, he gasped. A bright light flashed from the other side of the room as he sat up in bed, shielding his eyes. Thick sheets of rain slapped against the window-panes. Movement to his right made him look away and his eyes settled on Shane lying on his back, opening his eyes. “What’s wrong, hon?”

“I just had the wildest dream,” he answered.

Sitting up, Shane asked, “What about?”

“I don’t wanna talk about it, at least not now.”

Shane snuggled beside his boyfriend and brushed his lips over his ear, whispering, “Have I ever told you that I love you?”

Jamie cringed. Then he glanced at Shane focusing his attention on his boyfriend’s mouth and nodded. Without another word he threw the bedding off and leaped out of bed.

“Jamie?” Shane asked. “What the hell is wrong with you?”
Without bothering to answer he ran out of the bedroom, refusing to look at Shane.

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