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As always I found the writing style of Emily Veinglory a strange experience: it is like reading a modern tale written with a bardic style. I can't explain well, they are not the single words that make the magic, but all the novel in his complexity.

Sean is a professor by day and a witch by night. And is also a gay in the closet. One night, returning home, he is stalking by a vampire, an handsome vampire but also an hungry one. The only thing he can do is cast a spellbound to him, a love spell indeed. So now he has a vampire in love who wants to live with him and an all new series of problem: living with a man obliges him to make outing, his coven is not so happy he has used a spellbound on a vampire, an the fellow vampires of Thane, his new lover, wants him back.

In all this, Thane, the vampire in love, wants only to love and serve his new master, and he is more than willingly to also teach him the secrets of sex with a man. But it is only the spell that makes him willingly, it is not real love...

Sean is a strange character, apparently weak, but with a insight power nobody could image. Thane instead is more a supporting character than a leading, I think to him like the beatiful women in the adventure's movie: pretty ornament, but not more else. But in the end all we know that really it is the women who make the world turn...

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