Bruce wears Alasdair’s mark

This snippet is from the first time that Alasdair marked Bruce, and cast his spell–

. Bruce felt his hardness, and he brushed his thumb over the tip of his erection, bringing a small groan out of Alasdair’s throat, a primal animal sound of heat.  His breath quickened as Alasdair moved his lips to his chest, softly licking the skin on his breast. He felt a gentle pain– and he was undone.   He felt pleasure, incredible pleasure, coming out of him in waves.  His back arched and his head bent back. My God, what was this?

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16 thoughts on “Bruce wears Alasdair’s mark

  1. It’s a vampire’s mark– and thanks for the wonderful complement–here is the blurb:
    Alasdair Connery has seen a lot in ten thousand years.
    He’s the first of his kind; the father of all nightwalkers. Together with his trusted assistant Edgar, he trolls for victims to feed from at his time of blood lust. When he’s invited to a wedding, he meets his perfect choices—a married couple. Bruce and Jules have their own sets of insecurities and secrets. She hides a wealth of insecurities under a shield of bravado, and Bruce? He hides the fact that he can’t stop thinking about the love of his life—his college flame Dr. Jeffrey Bayfield. With Alasdair’s powers of seduction working a little too well, he finds that both of them are growing somewhat dependent on him.
    Growing increasingly annoyed at their emotional baggage, some of which he is responsible for, he’s willing to put up with their games for a short time, but something has to happen before his blood fever is over for another fifty years and he has to go back to donors once again, unable to kill humans for their red gift. He rather likes the killing part.
    And what is he going to do about Edgar’s own growing feelings for him?

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