It’s official. Triad Blood is available anywhere quality LGBT books are sold. As always, if you’re looking for a physical copy, the most awesome thing to do is to visit your local brick and mortar (if you’ve got one—check Indiebound if you’re unsure). If you’re local to Ottawa or the surrounding area, that means dropping by Stonewall Gallery. Michael will set you right up with an autographed copy. If you’ve not got a local store, it’s great if you order directly from the publisher, Bold Strokes Books. And obviously, if none of those options work, the title is also available at Indigo, Barnes & Noble, and the Big-A. And hey—you can also bug your library. I love libraries.
The law of three is unbroken: three vampires form a coterie, three demons make a pack, and three wizards are a coven. That is how it has always been, and how it was always to be.
But Luc, Anders, and Curtis—vampire, demon, and wizard—have cheated tradition. Their bond is not coterie, pack, or coven, but something else. Thrust into the supernatural politics ruling Ottawa from behind the shadows, they face Renard, a powerful vampire who harbors deadly secrets of his own and wishes to end their threat. The enemy they know conjures fire and death at every turn. The enemies they don’t know are worse.
Blood, soul, and magic gave them freedom. Now they need to survive it.
Now, if you want the e-version of Triad Blood, I’m going to suggest you head right on over to the Bold Strokes Books webstore. See, if you pick up any e-title this month from there, you can get my erotic short story “Three” free. To enjoy this promotion, choose the bundle from any eBook product page and put both titles in your cart at once.
The e-versions are also available at all the online sites listed above, and through Kobo.
During the full moon, the vampires gather to renew their bonds. It takes three, and those in groups have total power over those who aren’t. For Luc, alone since he was created, the full moon is his only opportunity.
Seeking blood to satiate him for the month ahead, Luc finds a rival instead: Anders, a demon just as alone, who’s also on the hunt.
They choose the same prey: Curtis, a handsome young man resistant to their supernatural charms. When neither a vampire’s glamour nor demon’s passion work on him, it becomes clear their only chance of success lies in the unthinkable: working together.
I hope you enjoy the Triad boys.