Summer Blood Carolina Sky Book 1 by Lynn Michaels Genre: LGBTQ Paranormal Romance
Their music is tuned to the supernatural
His life is finally coming together, Matthew has confronted his personal demons, stepped into his role as the leader of the band Carolina Sky, and found love he’d never dared to dream of.
But dark forces that Matthew cannot control are in play. Something with fangs wants him for their own and doesn’t plan on taking no for an answer.
Stardom or a living nightmare? Can Matthew and the band have one without the other? Will they survive what the future has in store for them all?
A serialized paranormal Rockstar romance with mythical beings and multiple pairings—including MM MF MMF FF.
Tags: Rockers looking for fame, forbidden love, vampires are coming, women with fangs, prolific song writing, gay love, bi-sexual love, fighting demons, fighting alcoholism, energy draining performances, jealousy among friends, love triangle, everybody wants the singer
Walking off the stage, which was little more than a raised platform, Matthew felt, well, not exhilarated, but not drained either. He felt good.
Matthew had given a great performance along with the rest of the band, but he’d gotten energy back from the audience as well. It felt more like an exchange than his energy being sucked or poured out of him. He wasn’t sure how to describe it, but it was different, and it made all the difference.
He could do this.
And his band was incredible. Wayne and John had a backbeat chemistry that rocked the house and Kato played like a rock star. Looked like a rock star. Matthew wanted to rock him.
He sighed, staring at Kato’s ass in those tight jeans. They were all dripping with sweat, and the humid night air did nothing to cool him as they pushed equipment out to the van. They loaded up and piled in, all pressed too close together with the equipment. It was fine for going to and from the gigs from the hotel but traveling hours on the road to the next beach town made for cramped quarters. It kept Matthew entirely too close to Kato.
At the hotel, they left the equipment in the van. Matthew considered the sleeping situation. Rooming with John wouldn’t save them enough to buy new transportation, so he left it alone. He didn’t want to double with him, and they could afford three rooms with John and Matthew having the two singles, while Kato and Wayne bunked together.
“Hey, Matt!” Kato drew his attention.
John looked over at them, lips pressed together, but he went inside when Matthew unlocked his door.
Matthew expected sooner or later, someone would complain. “Yeah? Are you going to ask me about rooms?”
He pushed into Matthew’s room. “Sort of.”
Matthew’s pulse kicked up, and he swallowed hard. “We talked about that before.”
“Yeah, well, this is sort of different.”
Matthew reluctantly shut the door behind him. “Different how?”
Kato stepped into his space, bringing them nose to nose. He made the sexiest noise Matthew had ever heard.
Matthew couldn’t breathe.
“I’m thinking maybe you could share with me instead of Wayne. You’re a lot sexier.” He stepped closer, their noses touching.
“Uh, I-I don’t—”
“Yes, you do.”
“Oh, I do, but this isn’t—” John would not take this well. It could fuck up everything.
“A good idea? Yeah, I thought about that, and I’m not really caring.”
“Stop interrupting me.”
Then Kato pressed his lips against Matthew’s. The world stopped. Electricity tingled Matthew’s lips and pulsed down to his cock. He grabbed Kato’s shirt, scrunching it in his hands at the shoulders. He wanted nothing more than to have his hands all over the man. Everything about him rang Matthew’s bells and revved him up, and as Kato slid his tongue between Matthew’s lips, he found he didn’t care how bad this idea was, since his brain had stopped functioning the moment they’d touched.
Lynn Michaels lives and writes in Tampa, Florida where the sun is hot and the Sangria is cold. When she's not writing she's kayaking, hanging with her husband, or reading by the pool. Lynn writes Male/Male romance because she believes everyone deserves a happy ending and the dynamics of male characters can be intriguing, vulnerable, and exciting. She has both contemporary and paranormal titles and has been writing since 2014. Her stories don't follow any set guidelines or ideas, but come from her heart and contain love in many forms.