Blood Slave

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Blood Slave

Blood Slave was a good, quick read. I enjoyed the characters and some of the vampires. This novella gives us a different insight into the world of vampires, though it doesn't show us too much of the actual culture. This story focuses more on Keats and Leland and the possility of them having a relationship that will work out. Leland has to protect Keats from all of the other vampires, but he also has to prove that Keats will submit to him to be able to keep him. Keats is a submissive but needs to explain a few things to his new master. They both want to be together but have their wires crossed a bit. As the wires are uncrossed both men become more relaxed and happier.

Book Blurb for Blood Slave

From a kinky brat to a vampire's perfect blood slave. Keats's education starts tonight!

Keats may have reluctantly agreed to admit that vampires are fantasy and not reality. And he may have promised his friend that he would stop searching for them. But people who merely think they are vampires are still fair game for a fun night out.

Leland has been resisting the temptation to bite his friend for months, but when he sees Keats wander calmly into the middle of a Halloween feeding frenzy, he no longer has a choice. He has to claim Keats as a private blood slave before he ends up becoming the community property of his clan.

Everything rests on his ability to convince his clan he can bring the bratty submissive to heel. It's going to be very long night...

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2010 4.00