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Night by Erik Clarke
Series: Spellbound #1
Published by Pride Publishing Genres: MM, Paranormal
Cole Turner is an anomaly in the paranormal community. As a latent seer he can see everyone’s future except his own or someone closely involved with him. It’s beyond frustrating to be able to advise others on their future and have no clue as to where his own life is heading. His best friend Luke Cowen is a dreamwalker, he’s straight and he’s the only man Cole will ever love.
A visit with Luke prior to a date has unexpected consequences when the dreamwalker gives the seer a vial of “Night” as a gift. Cole mistakes its purpose and suddenly his life turns into a sexual nightmare.
Making matters worse an incubus is after him with deadly intent. Apparently the Night belongs to the sex demon. It’s not Cole’s fault that substance has made him a magnet for all things erotic. Certain that their friendship would be destroyed if Luke fell under the spell of Night Cole doesn’t know what to do. And it’s only getting worse.
Sexual excess isn’t quite so fun. In Night a latent seer discovers the down side of sexual overkill and pays the price. The first book in the Spellbound series offers a unique situation when Cole is faced with more sex than he knows what to do with. At first somewhat comical, later not so much. Miscommunication keeps Cole and Luke apart, each suffering in silence until luckily they figure it out. Whatever comes next in this series, Night is scorching hot.