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AMOR MEUS by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Blood Stone Book 1.5

Vampire Paranormal Urban Fantasy Romance Collection of Short Stories

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For readers who love the spicy vampire series, Blood Stone, and by reader and reviewer request, the collected tales of Nathanial and Sebastian in one volume.

Southampton Swindle

Liars are in need of good allies.
Southampton, 1786:  Since being tossed from his ancestral family home at thirteen and falling in with a swindler, Sebastian has been fighting to preserve life and limb any way he can.   While ingratiating himself with Lady Wandsworth and her thousands of pounds, Sebastian meets another roguish charmer, Nathanial, and at his side, the pretty but deadly Anne.  Sebastian’s world is abruptly changed as he is introduced to imagination-defying ideas and is snared in an international swindle involving the Queen of France’s diamond necklace.

Sebastian is drawn to Nathanial and his worldly, experienced ways, until Anne reveals the truth about him and the necklace…
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Broken Promise
While Nial, Winter and Sebastian are on their honeymoon, Nial relates the story of how he once lied and broke his promise.  In his own words, Nial describes the horrors of war, and the tangled ideals of loyalty, while revealing the conflict he feels over the long existence of a vampire and the much shorter but sweeter life of humans – especially one of his most favourite humans, Sebastian.

A short story filled with anger, remorse…and love.
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Vale

The world is reeling, recovering from the global conflict of World War II.  Sebastian comes home to Nial and peace, only to find that Nial is up to his old schemes and manipulations.

Over the next twenty years, they live, love and try to figure out how to merge an endless life with human demands.  In the late 1960s when Vietnam protesting is at its peak, Sebastian’s need to be human and Nial’s outsider’s perspective clash…and the clash is fatal.

A short story filled with love and regret…and endings.
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The special collection features a foreword by Nial Aquila himself.

Reader Advisory: This paranormal MMF urban fantasy series contains more than two hot, sexy alpha heroes, frequent, explicit and frank sex scenes and sexual language. It includes heart-stopping sexual scenes between the aforementioned sexy heroes, ménage scenes, anal sex and the use of sex toys. Don’t proceed beyond this point if hot love scenes offend you. No vampires were harmed in the making of this series.

The Blood Stone Series:
1.0: Blood Knot (#1 Amazon Best Seller, Fantasy Romance)
1.5: Amor Meus (Blood Drops Collection)*
2.0: Blood Stone
3.0: Blood Unleashed
4.0: Blood Revealed
5.0: Blood Ascendant
5.5: Flesh + Blood
[*Blood Drops are short and novella length stories featuring the characters and situations in the Blood Stone series. Droplet sized morsels for your reading pleasure.]

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{Also see: Romance, Urban Fantasy, Menage Romance, Novels}

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Excerpt

EXCERPT FROM AMOR MEUS
COPYRIGHT © TRACY COOPER-POSEY 2015
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Los Angeles, Present Day

I don’t like to talk about my past.

As a breed, vampires are generally reticent about their personal history and not because of any great secrets or mystical nonsense that will dilute their power.  On the contrary, vampire lives are usually long, heartless and have a mind-numbing quality of sameness that can erode the spirit, if you let it.

The real reason a vampire won’t speak of his yesterdays is because if he has managed to claw any semblance of happiness out of his existence, then that happiness is usually short-lived.  It is a fact that vampires cannot escape their human heritage.  Even though the practice is not encouraged, vampires will insist on gravitating toward humans and falling in love.  Humans, as we keep learning the hard way, have short lives.  Happiness doesn’t last.

Dredging up stories of wonderful times long gone is painful and always forces you to compare this day with those days.  The comparison is often depressing.  So vampires shy from remembering better days.

Unlike many vampires who have withered and all but perished, I have been extraordinarily fortunate.   I made the same mistake that every other vampire I have ever known has made. I loved a human.  I can’t blame inexperience for my error.  I was well beyond my first millennium when I met Sebastian, but I fell in love anyway.  That is where my good fortune began.   Sebastian would be a part of my life for nearly two hundred years, before my foolishness caught up with me.  I paid a heavier toll than most for my mistake.

It doesn’t matter that the mistake corrected itself fifty-five years later.  Those long, intervening years were miserable ones, where I was forced to relearn the quality of loneliness that marks so many of our lives.

Because I was so lucky, because I was a fool and made mistakes, and because I have learned to appreciate love in all its forms, I am putting aside my distaste for talking about my past and sharing with you the story of amor meus—my love, Sebastian.

Nathanial Aquila Valerius Aurelius


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