Maybe being a vampire won't be so bad, if it comes with two hot lovers....
Shy nurse Cora both dreads and lives for the moments she sees Zeke, an orderly at the hospital where she works. Zeke is too handsome, too compelling, too much, and seems totally unaware of Cora. But before she can bring herself to his attention, an explosion rips through the hospital Christmas party.
Zeke has noticed Cora—in fact, he's so irresistibly drawn to her that he saves her from the explosion by turning her into a vampire, much to the jealousy and resentment of his partner, Merrick. Zeke hates being a vampire, and now that she'll live, doesn't want Cora to suffer his fate. If they can both resist the overwhelming instinct to bond, joining their bodies as Cora draws her maker's blood, she might be able to return to her normal human life.
As Merrick uses every erotic trick to keep Zeke distracted from the blood passion, Cora becomes more and more drawn to both of her reluctant captors. And more and more happy to abandon her old life in exchange for an eternity with two hot immortal lovers. All she has to do is convince Merrick and Zeke that being a vampire isn't all that bad.
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They had to be. Why else would anyone have done this, if not to ruin her forever? She was already halfway there, and no one had even hurt her yet. All they’d done was chain her, but she was crying anyway. She was crying in this really weird manner—one she’d never experienced before. Usually she sobbed; she was dramatic; she tore out her hair.
This was something else altogether. The tears just seemed to slide out of her eyes, without any unnecessary fuss. She didn’t call for help or scream, or any of the other things she’d imagined she would do in the event of something like this. All energy went toward one thing and one thing alone: getting out of this situation now.