Bloodlaced

Youkai Bloodlines

by Courtney Maguire

Bloodlaced - Courtney McGuire - Youkai Bloodlines
Part of the Youkai Bloodlines series:
  • Bloodlaced
Editions:Paperback
ISBN: 978-1648980169
Pages: 300
Kindle: $ 3.99 USD
ISBN: 9781648980152
Pages: 300

Kanjin hardly view their servants as human. Even less so when they are different.

Asagi is different. Both a man and a woman.

In the wake of his failure to protect a boy he saw as a son from their abusive master, Asagi is sold into the house of a young nobleman, Mahiro, who is the opposite of everything Asagi has ever known—gentle, kind, and generous.

Mahiro bonds with Asagi and their friendship blooms into a deep and profound love. But when Asagi is poisoned out of jealousy, Mahiro reveals himself to be youkai, a demon who feeds on blood, and he has no choice but to turn Asagi to save his life.

Asagi awakes reborn, strong, and eternally youthful. But the price for Asagi’s new life is high.

The blood of the innocent.

Just as Asagi’s trust in Mahiro falters, the boy he failed to protect, now a man, reappears.

New master, same threat.

With both a literal and proverbial monster at the door, Asagi must decide what it means to be human to protect what he loves most.

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Pairings: M-NB, Includes NB
Heat Level: 3
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay, Genderfluid, Genderqueer, Non Binary
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 3 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Adopted Child, Class Differences, Friends to Lovers, Hurt / Comfort
Word Count: 75000
Setting: Japan
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

Courtney Maguire is a University of Texas graduate from Corpus Christi, Texas. Drawn to Austin by a voracious appetite for music, she spent most of her young adult life in dark, divey venues nursing a love for the sublimely weird. A self-proclaimed fangirl with a press pass, she combined her love of music and writing as the primary contributor for Japanese music and culture blog, Project: Lixx, interviewing Japanese rock and roll icons and providing live event coverage for appearances across the country.


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