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[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, with M/F elements, vampires, shape-shifters, HEA]
Damian Starling, a scarred and reclusive vampire, believes no man will ever be able to look past his damaged face and love him. When Damian is put in charge of a captured wolf, he enjoys the growing friendship between him and an animal that doesn't care what he looks like. Damian is ordered to get the wolf to shift, but he's torn. He wants to know the man inside the animal, but Damian fears if the lycan sheds his fur, he'll turn away in disgust.
Doc Alder, a lycan physician, knows the vampires have some sinister plan for him, but he intends to go down fighting—as a wolf. Nothing can persuade him to shift to human form until a scarred vampire gains his trust. Doc shifts, and what started as friendship turns to blazing passion. The men fight their growing feelings, but soon learn that some bonds can never be broken.
Note: This book was previously published with another publisher and has been extensively revised and expanded.
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Why is he so willing? “You sure you want this, vampire.”
Damian didn’t hesitate for a second. “Yes.”
Doc’s response was just as quick. “Why?”
“I have my reasons, but don’t worry, I’m ready.”
Damian did sound ready—and absolutely determined to bind himself to a lycan. A little light came through the open doorway and highlighted the vampire as he lowered himself to the floor in one graceful movement. Shocked speechless, Doc couldn’t believe his eyes. The sight of his enemy, this dangerous predator, kneeling at his feet made all kinds of thoughts go through his head. Damian’s sweet lips were at just the right height to slide over his swollen cock. Doc’s mouth started to water, and a band tightened around his chest. His heart ached with a gnawing pain. Anticipation? Lust? Or something he wasn’t ready to face?
Damian’s low whisper interrupted his thoughts. “We don’t have much time.”
Doc looked at Damian with a newfound respect. Even if this blood-mate crap wasn’t true, Damian believed it. The vampire must have some major brass balls to put himself in such a vulnerable position at the feet of his enemy. Doc admired the man’s strength and courage. Could he do any less? No. Besides, he wanted to get the hell out of here, and this time he didn’t intend to pussyfoot around and blow his chance.