Ruptured Scars

A Transgender MM Vampire Paranormal Romance

by A.L. Williams

Two Scars…one bond...

I want him…

Without warning Danny is attacked by a crazed vampire, reuniting him with the man he hasn’t thought of in years. All of Danny’s hidden desires rush to the surface. He wants William—he just needs to get him away from her.

It’s all I could ask for…

William belongs to Maggie--body and soul--and with each passing day, he’s losing himself. He’s brought face to face with the man he’s never forgotten. He has to stay away, no matter how much he craves Daniel.

Passion builds between them and they’re finding it hard to stay apart. Humans are murdered throughout the city, putting them both in danger. If they are to have any hope of surviving then they must fight. The bond between them is strong and may be the only way to survive. Can they allow it to grow or are the Scars too deep?

Note: This book may contain situations that are difficult for some readers. See Author notes for details.

Ruptured Scars CAN be read as a standalone.

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Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 4
Character Identities: Gay, Transgender
Protagonist 1 Age: 36-45
Protagonist 2 Age: 36-45
Tropes: Big Character / Little Character, Hurt / Comfort, Interracial Relationship, May/December, Trapped Together
Setting: Tucson, AZ
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

My name is Alec Lee Williams, a trans #ownvoices artist. My pronouns are He/him/his.  I have loved creating things ever since I can remember. My art is the visual and written expression of what is in my heart and mind. Show the world what social expectation and stigma it has created in regards to mental health. Mental illness and discrimination are a part of our history and it’s time the world sees it.  The beautiful and the dirty.

With my art, I want to show those who don't have mental illness what it's like. I want those that do have a mental illness, specifically queer POC, to relate and maybe even letting go of their trauma and triggers by seeing it displayed. I want them to know they are not alone. Now that I have decided to pursue writing my novels I hope will do the same.


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