RECLAIMING by Sean Michael

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RECLAIMING by Sean MichaelReclaiming by Sean Michael
Series: Immortal Ink #1
Published by Pride Publishing Genres: MM, Paranormal


 

Less than a year ago vampire Master Beaudelaire Delacourte offered his human boyfriend the gift of immortality.  Heartbroken when his sub Aaron turned him down Beau retreated into his work as a tattoo artist for human and paranormal clients alike as Aaron walked away.

 

Closing up the shop before the morning sun’s arrival Beau is stunned to find Aaron on his doorstep.  The vampire immediately realizes that his onetime sub has been turned and Aaron looks like hell.  Emaciated, white as a sheet and barely standing Aaron tells his old Master that he was forcibly turned, his fangs broken and tossed away to die by his Master Stephan.

 

Still hurting from Aaron’s rejection Beau nonetheless takes in the fledgling vampire and vows to hunt his rival down until his own sire intervenes.  There are rumors that Stephan is creating an army of baby vampires which needs to be checked out. Tasked with gathering information rumor becomes fact.  Suddenly personal vengeance isn’t as important as saving their town from a power hungry vampire.

 

Emotional issues, vampire politics, and blow your mind sexual scenes all play important roles in the brand new Immortal Ink series.  Reclaiming deals with painful feelings of abandonment and trust, as well as trying to reconnect.  Truly inventive D/s scenes will require cold showers after reading Reclaiming.  A great BDSM relationship, suspense and more, Reclaiming satisfies on every count.

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