Naomi

Adult
“It’s all just cruelty, for cruelty’s sake.”

As his rock band’s tour kickoff approaches, Raiden struggles with Gabriel’s growing resistance to his teaching methods. The ongoing battle of wills between mentor and protégé unearths dysfunctional dynamics beneath the vampires’ collaborative efforts. When an exercise in corpse disposal goes awry, their festering sexual tension comes to a head. More
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About R. N. Jayne

Since R. N. first held a pen, she's been devising deviant ways to wield it. Crimson (MASTER, Book 1), her debut novella, won Best eBook in the 2009 Hollywood Book Festival Awards. She dabbles in poetry and experimental prose under pseud Inq Idly. A honer of the arts, R. N.'s an aural aficionado; a water-lover; a fleur-o-phile. Given her visual tendencies, she's especially fond of capturing fleeting moments in the natural world outside her doorstep. She resides in the idyllic countryside with her dashing husband, precocious children, and mischievous cats.

Queer vampire tale Melancholia (MASTER, Book 5) releases on July 1, 2022.

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Book Trailer: Naomi
SPOILER ALERT: plot points from Crimson & Luna (MASTER, Books 1 & 2) are revealed in the trailer for LGBTQ vampire story Naomi (MASTER, Book 3).

About the Series: MASTER
By day, Japanese rock star Raiden is an adored idol; by night, a vicious vampire. While preparing for his band’s summer tour in Detroit, Raiden stalks the streets for fresh blood—and tries to obliterate haunting memories of his fiancée’s murder. Meanwhile, famous TV actor Gabriel Colin is hatching an elaborate plot to recruit Raiden for the starring role in his first film. The two celebrities become fatally intertwined after an unforeseen encounter results in bloodshed, death, and rebirth.

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