Heaven Sent: a Channeling Morpheus Short

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.60/5 based on 10 reviews
Michael is a waif in eyeliner who's determined to wipe vampires off the face of the earth. Wild Bill's got his eye on Michael, and he's willing to do anything to go home with him. If you've got a soft spot for fake fog and black lights, then Channeling Morpheus is the series for you. (Explicit gay content)
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About Jordan Castillo Price

Author and artist Jordan Castillo Price writes paranormal sci-fi thrillers colored by her time in the Midwest, from inner city Chicago, to various cities across southern Wisconsin. She’s settled in a 1910 Cape Cod near Lake Michigan with tons of character and a plethora of bizarre spiders. Any disembodied noises, she’s decided, will be blamed on the ice maker.

Jordan is best known as the author of the PsyCop series, an unfolding tale of paranormal mystery and suspense starring Victor Bayne, a gay medium who's plagued by ghostly visitations.

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J. R. Tomlin reviewed on Sep. 4, 2011

Man, I was seriously trying to not get started on another of Price's series, having just finished the PsyCop one. Now I'm hooked on this one. Yikes.

Fantastic job on this.
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Casey Jones reviewed on April 18, 2010

You've missed the vampire train. Get over it. And try writing something ORIGINAL for a change.
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Antwan Crisp reviewed on May 12, 2009
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This was a great read. The imagery was undeniable.

This is one of those stories I want to write one day.
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hoheria09 reviewed on April 24, 2009

Sigh! Lovely conclusion to the Channeling Morpheus series.
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fnord89 reviewed on April 24, 2009
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It's a tease, a temptation and an invitation to read more.

Having delayed reading the Channeling Morpheus stories (what, you don't save a guaranteed fun read for a rainy day?), I succumbed this week and of course read Heaven Sent too. HS is a great introduction for those new to JCP's writing and an essential addition for the rest of us. The POVs alternate from Michael to Wild Bill story by story, so if First Person is not something you usually read because you feel it limits scope and understanding, fear not.
One thing which particularly strikes me about CM - that (possibly because of the afore-mentioned POV-switching, which is by story, not within each story) there is no doubt that Wild Bill finds Michael irresistible. I've found in many vamp/were/other stories, that it is the vamp/were/other that is the focus, so much so that the other main character becomes a foil rather than having equal status. Not here!

Do read Heaven Sent and the rest of this series - and then go and read the PsyCop books.
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Sam Bradley reviewed on April 24, 2009

So, heaven is a room with “kitschy striped wallpaper hanging from the plaster in curls, and roped with spider webs”? Then there’s Wild Bill naked in a little kid’s bed with cowboy sheets. There’s a visual …

This peek into the lives of Michael and Bill is a visual feast. In only 5 pages I learned more about vampires than I have never known, and it’s whet my appetite for more. Do they really sleep? How much blood do they need? Are they really immortal? Can they have physical and emotional connections with humans? Apparently so …

This taste of a hot yet tender moment between these two men makes me that much more curious about the human-vampire relationship and even the male/male relationship.

Jordan has an uncanny ability to paint with words: “One drop of blood shouldn’t have been enough. And yet, it was. In the way a single star can light the sky, or a virus can wipe out a population.” Amazing. Okay, Jordan, I’m hooked. What’s next??
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Lisa Rock reviewed on April 24, 2009

In less than a handful of pages, a reader gains a glimpse into the world of two well-rounded m/m characters that is rich with emotion and filled with vivid imagery. Jordan Castillo Price's writing is worth the reading, catching the reader's interest with ease. But don't take my word for it; read it and get drawn in yourself!
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Ali Wilde reviewed on April 24, 2009

A wonderful interlude, a hot and sexy look into the unusual and perfect relationship of Michael and Wild Bill.
Love it!
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jcat reviewed on April 21, 2009

I love this author - the best of the best when it comes to m/m - and I love everything about this series; this is a sweet, hot, grungy, sexy little interlude that just makes you want more and more of Michael and Wild Bill...
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Val Kovalin reviewed on April 16, 2009

Wow! At less than 2K words, this short-short intro gives you everything that makes the Channeling Morpheus / Sweet Oblivion vampire series so compelling: blood, sex, vampirism, travel on the midwestern highway, guilt, Catholicism, intense attraction, a subtle power struggle, kinky sex, a truly creepy image towards the end, and an unforgettable last line. Not-to-be-missed!
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