Sleight of Heart!
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About Sleight of Heart
A vampire mage, a Romani young man, and a love that won't be denied.
Lord Taliesin Solitaire was born albino, cursed mute by the fey, and betrayed by a vampire lover. For two hundred years, the vampire mage has vowed never to love again and has only used sex as a means to a meal. Until a palm-reading gypsy finds himself in peril and Taliesin can’t resist rescuing the beautiful young man.
Pesha Sinclair is the eldest but smallest son of King Vaida Sinclair, the oppressive ruler of the Kåle Romani Compania. Deemed impure by his father, Pesha is shunned and mistreated by his band and four half-brothers, and one brother in particular wants him dead. His pale, silent savior gives him safety, security and a love he never could have imagined. As Pesha falls in love with his handsome white knight, his half-brother does the unthinkable.
Can Taliesin rescue Pesha from the cruel clutches of his half-brother a second time?
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About Aisling Mancy
Ash is an author who lives, most of the time, on the West Coast of the
United States. Ash writes adult
fantasy, science fiction, adult romance, and fiction for gay young adults as C. Kennedy.
Raised on the mean streets and back lots of
a Yoda-look-alike grandfather, Ash doesn’t conform, doesn’t fit in, is epic
awkward, and lives to perfect a deep-seated oppositional defiance disorder. In
a constant state of fascination with the trivial, Ash contemplates such weighty
questions as If time and space are curved, then where do all the straight
people come from? When not writing, Ash can be found taming waves on western
shores, pondering the nutritional value of sunsets, appreciating the much-maligned
dandelion, unhooking guide ropes from stanchions, and marveling at all things