Steve makes his living by allowing vampires to feed from him. One day, he meets North, a badly sun damaged and scarred vampire who he assists. When North recovers fully, they begin a lovely friendship with a strong attraction for each other. After a near tragedy, their bond becomes even greater, but at the same time threatens everything they’ve built together.
Before you think to yourself this is just another vampire story in an already overly saturated vampire market, you should think twice. Every Drop of My Love is far from average. This is one of the more original plots I’ve come across is quite a while, and I like the integration of vampires into the human society. The characters are believable, and the writing is very good. If you are a fan of paranormal male/male romances that are shorter in length, consider Every Drop of My Love.
Steve is a human donor, making a living by allowing dying vampires to feed from him. Then he meets North, a vampire sun-damaged and terribly scarred but very much alive. As North feeds from Steve they become friends with a strong attraction building.
Once healed, North makes Steve an offer he doesn't want to refuse; let North hunt him through the city before being brought back to North's home to fulfill every fantasy Steve's shared with him.
It's going well until a mugger threatens Steve's life and North intervenes, creating an unbreakable bond between the two of them that threatens to ruin what they'd begun to build.