Beren (beren_writes) wrote,

Forgotten Soul by Natasha Duncan-Drake, m/m, adult, short story

My new short is out, it's free :). It's actually a nefarious plot to get you hooked on the series, which so far has at least three parts planned. It's going to be on Amazon as well, but Smashwords has Kindle format and that's where I can guarantee it will be free. Amazon don't allow us to put it up for free as default, but they do price match, but that seems to be a mysterious process, so the list price is 99c (the min) and who knows what it will actually show up as :). In other words, go to Smashwords to download it, it's easier :).

Originally posted by beren_writes at Forgotten Soul by Natasha Duncan-Drake, m/m, adult, short story
Please be aware this title has Adult Content
Forgotten Soul by Natasha Duncan-Drake Title:
Author(s):Tasha D-Drake
Date Pub: 14th Sept 2011
Length: short story
Genre: Paranormal, Adult, Vampire, Male/Male, Romance
Buying Options:
SmashwordsFreeePub, PDF, mobi(Kindle), rtf, ltf(Sony), Palm Doc, Plain txt
ID: WP000552
Series:The Soul Reader Series #1
Description: John knows that at best he can be described as a male escort and at worst as a whore, but it's what he does and he's good at it. He sells his body and his clients come with fangs so it's more about blood than sex. Hiding behind a false smile and his acting skills is the only way he survives, but when he meets one of his latest clients, Michael, his professional detachment is severely threatened, leading him into very dangerous territory.
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"How do you feel about sex?"

The question came from Michael and interrupted his usual rehearsed speech. His appointments usually had a certain order to them, but it seemed not tonight.

"I'm at your service," he said, surprised by the question, but trying not to show it.

Some of his clients wanted sex as well, others didn't, it was all part of the job.

"That wasn't what I asked," Michael said, stepping towards him and giving him a very obvious once over. "Do you like sex or would you rather avoid it?"

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