Dylan J. Morgan
Now living and working in Norway, Dylan J Morgan was born in New Zealand and raised in the United Kingdom.
He writes during those rare quiet moments amid a hectic family life: after dark, with limited sustenance, and when his creative essence is plagued the most by tormented visions.
This member has not published any books.
Just My Blood Type
on May 27, 2013
A short read, but it’s uniquely Carrie Clevenger and that makes it a must read. You can get through this in one sitting and you won’t be bored with it because the prose will hold you captivated and the musings of Crooked Fang bassist Xan Marcelles—a self-confessed asshole, but also a vampire—will hold you amused if nothing else does.
Xan has to interview romance novelist Therése von Willegen, and it’s a Q&A session loaded with innuendo. It has an inevitable conclusion but this was the story’s one weak point. With all the teasing and smiling and touching that had gone on during the interview, I was disappointed not to be allowed a front row seat in Xan’s bedroom as the asshole vampire bassist rocked Therese’s world. We’ve been allowed a close-up look during the novel Crooked Fang, why not here? It would have been enjoyable, because one thing Carrie Clevenger can pull off with aplomb is hard and heavy vampire sex.
Anyway, this is not a romance book; it’s a short story and a fun one at that. This small peek into Xan’s world will hopefully push people towards the main novel itself, if they haven’t already sampled its delights.