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The Vampire and the Man-Eater Paperback – August 20, 2010
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Strange dreams of sex plague Brock as he continues with his life as usual, though he isn't sure why he has a nuisance of a cut on his neck. Encountering Daniel Wolf, the man from the club, outside his office is more than a bit of a surprise. He has been with lots of pretty men (lots being a bit of an understatement), but there is just something off the charts about Daniel, and he can't resist him. Waking hours later in his car after an erotic encounter with Daniel, he is furious at the lost time and the painful broken open cut on his throat. Feeling used for the first time in his life, he decides that he isn't going to let Daniel get to him and resolves to never see him again. But that resolution won't be easy to keep when this man-eater meets his match in a vampire.
At first, these characters came across a bit flat, but as the story wore on, their distinct emotions and personalities plus the fleshed out aspects of Brock's life really paint a vivid picture. Both of these characters come across rather naive, even if Brock is the king of anonymous sex and Dan is four-hundred-plus years old.Read more ›
Now Daniel, Daniel is to annoying to be a rip of anyone. He's a vampire with 40 million dollars leaving in the grave yard yet and doesn't seem to understand modern terms. Yet, he manages to dress and find his way to the gay hang out seen.
Then there is Brock's Brian Kenny rules of ''play'' (the nicest way to say it) with as many and as often as possible without falling into any form of relationship. Even his best friend Eli is a rip on Michael. Best friends since child hood, sort of longing for Brock and Brock saying he cares to much to ''play'' with him like that.
That said, this book is completely unbelievable. And Brock went from an ass to a mushy puppy I'm so in love I cry. He got to soft and it was a bit jarring on how soft he got once he fell in love.
It's not a bad book. I don't want to give that impression. But I think I only related to it because it felt like I was reading about Brian Kenny before he got soft and mushy and fell in love.
Brock then meets his match in a mysterious and extremely sexy guy named Daniel. Daniel has complete control of Brock. Brock does not know how to handle this new aspect, but cannot deny that the sex with Daniel is unbelievable.
Brock soon discovers that Daniel is a vampire and Brock becomes addicted to Daniel. Something Brock has never felt with any other guy. The novel is loaded with some of the sexiest and scorching scenes.
An Erotic M/M feast with a vampire twist. Very hard to put down. You should take a bite out of this read. G.A. Hauser never lets the reader down!
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I love books by this author, but this one was lacking. The story had an ok plot, but the characters were dull to me.Published on April 13, 2013 by lilbit
For those who like their vampires very traditional, a la Bram Stoker (cast no reflection; fear of the Christian god) this is one you will like. Read morePublished on February 23, 2009 by Terran
Another great story by GA Hauser, I buy all books by this writer and I have never been disapointed.Published on January 26, 2009 by Darrin Bruney Or Bruney