Loving the True Pack Alpha: MM/m Paranormal Erotica
When Tyler finally comforts Gabriel for his family's demise all those years ago, it doesn't lead to the tearful reunion he expected. On learning the truth, Tyler is determined to banish the hatred for vampires within Gabriel's heart and replace it with love. But he also needs a little help from his vampire lover for this difficult task… More
When Tyler finally comforts Gabriel for his family's demise all those years ago, it doesn't lead to the tearful reunion he expected. On learning the truth, Tyler is determined to banish the hatred for vampires within Gabriel's heart and replace it with love. But he also needs a little help from his vampire lover for this difficult task…
[WARNING: This steamy paranormal erotic story contains explicit scenes and graphic language, werewolf-vampire relations, gay sex, threesomes and much more! Adults only.]
This is the 8th book in the Howling Moon series, sequel to Gay Love in the Abandoned Farmhouse and prequel to Dominating the Pack.
It had been so long since it happened. I supposed I had to put the past behind me too and move on as well.
Even if he wasn't my blood brother, or even as close as one, even if this was the first time almost ten years that we've met, we embraced like old friends.
I pulled back, looking deeply into Gabriel's eyes. They were still filled with pain and a desire for a fresh goal in life again. I longed to cure his loneliness and fight the hatred inside him with love.
"Gabriel," I whispered, "Vampire's aren't all bad. I love Julian, and yes, as you know already, he's a vampire. He's helped me a lot and hasn't automatically killed me like the rest of your pack. It's time to release the hate in your heart and fill it with love, sizzling man love, Gabriel."
"Love?" Gabriel repeated absentmindedly at the strange concept that I was putting forth to him.
"Yes, love," I whispered once again. Perhaps he had fallen so far that he forgot the love in his life, the happy childhood memories when his parents were still alive. Or even the touch of a lover.
I resolved to fill this void in his heart and with Julian's help, get him to love again.
"Gabriel," I whispered, taking his hand in mine and placing it on my chest. My once steady heartbeat jumped at his touch.
"Hate is not the answer you seek," I concluded at last.
He stared back at me, unsure of what had taken over him.
"Then what is?"
Like a werewolf out on the hunt, I pounced on his lips as if they were hapless prey.