Electric Candle by Elizabeth Noble

The Sleepless City Book 2

When a vampire finds his soulmate, the bond is forever. It’s love at first sight. Or is it?

Electric candle

When a vampire finds his soulmate, the bond is forever. It’s love at first sight.

Or is it?

Homicide Detective Jonas Forge has been a vampire for centuries. He’s fought wars, seen life go from the simple colonial days to the modern high-tech world. He’s evolved with the times, adapted to each new era, blended into each new life. The one constant is his best friend, mentor, and lover, Declan. Even though not fated to bond as soulmates, Forge and Declan are happy and settled in their life together.

Until Forge’s real soulmate falls, literally, into his life.

Forge isn’t thrilled with the guy, despite the pheromones attracting them to each other, and the feeling seems mutual. While trying to adjust to his clumsy soulmate and equally awkward feelings, Forge is also on the hunt for a serial-killer witnesses can’t identify who’s leaving a trail of bodies in its wake.

Will the bond Forge is finally forming with his soulmate be destroyed when the hunter becomes the victim?

Genre: FICTION / Gay

Language: English

Keywords: mmparanormal romance, mmurban fantasy, found family, mm hurt comfort, mm thriller

Word Count: 67800

Sales info:

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Sample text:

“Yes, a few weeks. Never forever. I promise that as well. But in the meantime, I think you need to track down whoever is causing you to feel this way. A soulmate is the only reason vampires have these reactions. The feelings and your… urges have to be dealt with.”

“I’m lucky that you know so much about soulmates.” Forge knew the Algonquin Indian, Kitchi, who’d changed Declan so long ago, wasn’t his soulmate, but they’d been lovers. Kitchi’s tribe took painstaking efforts to teach each individual becoming a vampire all aspects of what they’d become. Soulbonding was but one piece of that education. Kitchi’s people revered vampires and welcomed them with open arms. Much of what Declan learned during that time in his life was recorded in the many journals he kept. Right now they were safely stored in Boggs Castle to be available for Lucas’s research into vampire psychology. The very earliest journals, before Forge knew Declan, were written in French, and only a small portion was translated.

Lucas Coate was not only Forge’s friend and housemate, he was the police department medical examiner. Research was his passion and vampires were his favorite subject.

Declan laughed, and again, his voice was full of warmth and affection, the sadness gone. “It’s late, and I need my rest.”

“How do I find this guy? Boggslake isn’t a huge city, but there are still a fair number of people in it.” That’s when Forge had another, more disturbing thought. “What if it’s not a he?” he blurted into the phone.

“Relax. I’ve never heard of a vampire having to go against his or her sexual nature when their soulmate was involved. Of course, he’s a he. You’re a detective. Detect.”

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