Masters of Midnight

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Kensington Books, 2003 - Fiction - 362 pages
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From four talented authors comes a collection of sexy and erotic novellas featuring gay vampires. His Hunger, by William J. Mann It's a work obligation that leads Jeremy Horne to the reclusive Maine estate of eccentric Bartholomew Craven. Now, Jeremy finds himself the man's prisoner, the victim of erotic dreams where handsome men ravage his body and Bartholomew grows younger and more irresistible with each drop of Jeremy's blood. . . Sting, by Michael Thomas Ford After his lover's sudden death, librarian Ben Hodges seeks refuge in a sleepy Ozark town. But his summer of healing turns to intrigue when he encounters soft-spoken beekeeper, Titus Durham, a man whose hidden obsession will change Ben's life forever. . . Bradon's Bite, by Sean Wolfe With his wavy black hair and turquoise eyes, Bradon Lugo can have any man he wants--but what he wants in return is more than any lover would dream of giving. And what blond, innocent Kirk Courey offers is too tempting for Bradon to resist. . .a chance at the love of a thousand lifetimes. . . Devoured, by Jeff Mann By night, Derek Maclaine loses himself in New York's leather bar underground, trying to forget the brutal murder of his lover in Scotland, centuries ago. But now, danger threatens his new lover, and this time, Derek will have his revenge. . .

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User Review  - jshillingford - LibraryThing

The best I can say about this book is, "meh." Nothing special, and not terribly erotic either. In fact, I read this book and nearly started it a second time before realizing I had already read it! Not ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bembo - LibraryThing

In the first story, by William J Mann and entitled His Hunger, Jeremy’s investigations take him to the mysterious recluse Bartholomew Craven. When he eventually locates Bartholomew’s weird house he ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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William J. Mann is an American novelist, biographer, and Hollywood historian best known for his studies of Hollywood and the American film industry, especially his 2006 biography of Katharine Hepburn, Kate: The Woman Who Was Hepburn. Kate was named one of the 100 Notable Books of 2006 by the New York Times. Mann was born in Connecticut and received his Master's degree at Wesleyan University. His first novel, The Men From the Boys, was published by Dutton in 1997. His other biographies include How to Be a Movie Star: Elizabeth Taylor in Hollywood, and 2014's New York Times bestseller: Hello Gorgeous: Becoming Barbra Streisand.

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