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Claiming Marcus

by Jocelynn Drake

Claiming Marcus - Jocelyn Drake
Part of the Lords of Discord series:
  • Claiming Marcus
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99 USD
Pages: 350

Vampires slaughtered my family.

No one believed me until I met some new friends, who promised to help me get justice.

But nothing prepared me for Marcus Varik.

Tall, dark, and mind-numbingly sexy.

But he’s also shy, protective, and adorably eccentric.

Oh God, I should have never agreed to betray him. 

Hopefully, it's not too late to fix my mistake before I lose more people I love.

Claiming Marcus is the first book in an MM paranormal romance series that has vampires, betrayal, annoying brothers, music, heartbreak, hope, sexy times, and a raven named Ozzie.

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Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: Ageless/Immortal
Tropes: Coming Out Later in Life, Death of Parent, Find Love and Come Out, Hurt / Comfort, Office / Workplace Romance
Word Count: 101000
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

Jocelynn Drake is a wanderer, a dreamer, and a troublemaker. She likes visiting strange, new worlds and chatting with her characters. When she’s not hammering away at her keyboard or curled up with a book, she can usually be found cuddling with her cat Demona or flinging curses at the TV while playing a video game.

Outside of books, cats, and video games, she is completely enamored of Bruce Wayne, Ezio Auditore, travel, tattoos, explosions, fast cars, and Anthony Bourdain (but only when he’s feeling really cranky).

She is the author of the urban fantasy series: the Dark Days series and the Asylum Tales. She is currently co-authoring two gay romance series with Rinda Elliott – the Unbreakable Bonds and Ward Security series. And she squeezes in a few solo projects when she can.


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