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The vampire Faizel has found himself in a world with a strange new breed of vampires and must make a place for himself there. To that end, he allows himself to indulge in what should be a one night stand with beautiful Charlemagne, but somehow it becomes the start of something more.

Original slash fiction. 10,640 words.
Kindle Edition, 32 pages
Published December 2012
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Dec 21, 2012 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Faizel is a soulless vampire. "He was a creature of mayhem and destruction, his body a well-manufactured machine of horror movie efficiency. He was the unstoppable baddie at the end of every game, the final boss, who was ready to go at any time and could take killing blow after killing blow with only a tiny drop in health."

Charlemagne is misguidedly romantic. A vampire that has been abused by numerous masters, he sees Faizel and is instantly attracted to the beautiful "human."

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Things to expect: Plot over porn. Superheroes duking it out in violent action scenes, sometimes followed by emotional fallout. Sarcastic romance, sappy sentimentalism, and genuine jerk behavior. Cutting edge technology discussed, dismissed, and developed by superscientist billionaires. Strange and possibly disturbing blog posts that might be funny, b

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