Belonging

Pat Cunningham
Belonging
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Publisher
Siren Publishing, Inc.
Release Date
February 2011
Genre
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance

SUMMARY
[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, vampires]

Raised by vampires, Jeremy Teach wants nothing more than to belong to a vampire. After a slayer destroys his family, Jeremy flees to southern California and finds work as a prostitute in a brothel that caters to paranormal creatures. Here he meets and falls in love with Wallace, one of his vampire clients.

However, Wallace is harboring a deadly secret from his long-lost human past that threatens their future together. Can Jeremy learn to forgive, or is their relationship doomed?


Book Review by Renee Rearden (author,reviewer)
Apr 23, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
176 people found the following review helpful
What if your ability to help others led to employment in a brothel, servicing preternatural creatures?

For a human, an interesting career choice—one Jeremy Teach takes to heart. Through hard work and dedication, he establishes himself as the most requested paid lover among the vampire community. He understands what the deadly creatures want, what they need, and exactly how to give it to them.

And yes, I'm saying the man's got skills!

Jeremy's life isn't perfect, but he's got things under control. That is until his favorite client pushes for more than a business relationship. A few dates later, Jeremy realizes Wallace wants more than just a friend with benefits—and that Wallace is the one man that could threaten Jeremy's resolve against caring for another vampire.

Wallace is a vampire with secrets. He hadn't expected to fall for Jeremy, a man that clearly preferred vampires for lovers. But now that he has, Wallace intends to love Jeremy so thoroughly he'll never want anyone else. With patience, he'll even convince Jeremy to stop working in brothels.

I loved BELONGING. The book started with a blazing sexual chemistry between Jeremy and Wallace that captured my attention, but the complex, psychological relationship that developed between them kept me turning every page in anticipation of a happily-ever-after ending.

I wasn't disappointed. And if you're interested in likeable characters that are larger than life despite their flaws, you won't be disappointed in BELONGING, either.
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