Fate's Bridge

Fate's Bridge

by Carol Lynne

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ISBN-13: 9781784309022
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date: 12/22/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 37
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

An avid reader for years, one day Carol Lynne decided to write her own brand of erotic romance. Carol juggles between being a full-time mother and a full-time writer. These days, you can usually find Carol either cleaning jelly out of the carpet or nestled in her favourite chair writing steamy love scenes.

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Copyright © Carol Lynne 2015. All Rights Reserved, Totally Entwined Group Limited, T/A Pride Publishing.

Roman Gschwind lifted the glass of merlot to his lips as he watched the patrons of the seaside bar revel in their full-moon madness. He’d decided a week earlier that Unconventional was not only aptly named, but the strangest club he’d ever visited.

“Another?”

Roman glanced at his youngest brother, Alexi. Why a vampire with Alexi’s lineage would tend bar for a living was beyond reasoning. Their maker, Aldric Gschwind, was one of the oldest and most powerful vampires in existence. Alexi, like Roman, had amassed a great fortune over the centuries, but unlike Roman, Alexi had turned his back on the money and position that came with being one of only five sons of Aldric. They weren’t a biological family, but Aldric had forever tied them together by gifting them with renewed life as vampires. So, even though Alexi wasn’t technically his brother, in the eyes of other vampires they were both sons of Aldric.

“Roman! Do you want another?” Alexi asked again.

Before Roman could answer, someone slammed against his shoulder. He slowly rose off the stool and turned to face the rude wolf shifter who’d dared touch him.

Alexi jumped over the bar and pushed himself between Roman and the shifter. “He didn’t mean it,” he said in an attempt to soothe Roman’s outrage. “He’s drunk.” He squeezed Roman’s shoulders. “There’s no challenge in taking him on.”

“Get rid of him before I drain him,” Roman growled. He brushed Alexi’s hands off him before taking his seat.

For two weeks he’d bided his time, sipping wine and watching humans and paranormals come and go from the bar, all in an effort to see the surfer that Alexi claimed was Julian reincarnate. It had been nearly one hundred and sixty-three years since he’d last held the only man he’d ever loved, and the mere thought of Julian roaming the beaches of California had prompted Roman to drop everything and fly from his home in New York City to San Diego.

Roman was thrumming his fingers on the bar when Alexi returned. “Tell me again.”

Alexi sighed. “Like I’ve said a hundred times before, I was working the bar when a group of surfers wandered in. The smallest of the group came up and ordered two pitchers of beer and five glasses.” He leaned his forearms on the bar, putting himself closer to Roman. “It was him. His hair was blonder and his skin darker from the sun, but I’m telling you, I’d recognize those amber eyes anywhere, and when he smiled, he had the same dimples as Julian.”

Roman swept his hand in the air behind him. “So, why hasn’t he returned?”

Alexi shook his head. “I don’t know. I did notice someone bothering him last time he was in. Maybe that’s the reason he’s staying away.”

“Who?” Roman stared into the bar’s mirror at the people crowded together behind him.

“I don’t know his name. He was a vamp, but not a regular customer.” Alexi tapped Roman’s empty glass. “Another?”

Roman pursed his lips. “No.” The wine at Unconventional was suitable for their patrons, but Roman was accustomed to much better. “Tell me if you see the vamp again, and get his name.” Whether or not the young surfer was a reincarnation of Julian, it was against their laws to harass humans.

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Fate's Bridge 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ChristyDuke1 More than 1 year ago
I have often wondered whether immortality would be worth it. I'm not so very sure that I could handle watching the people I loved continue to die while I remained the same, year after year. I think it would be a dreadful form of torture. I could understand why Roman was desperate to meet this young surfer his brother, Alexi, was convinced was Roman's Julian returned after one hundred and sixty-three years. Bodi is the reincarnation of Julian's soul, but Roman had promised Julian he'd never turn him, so when Bodi is attacked and dying, Alexi turns him. Unfortunately, instead of a normal paternal bond, there's a strong sexual bond that forms between Alexi and Bodi. Not what Roman had planned. Not. At. All. After speaking to their eldest brother - and I'm using that term lightly as none of them are biologically related, they simply share the same sire - it would appear that a threesome is going to be required in order to not destroy Bodi's sanity. Even though Alexi didn't plan this, he's been lusting after Roman for hundreds of years. As always, Carol Lynne has brought me a delightfully delicious and very hot paranormal romance. I would have dearly loved it to be longer, as I think these three vampires have a lot more to say, but this short was still wonderful. Thank you, Carol!