Marc, a small pet shop owner and seer, needs help with his store, but his new employee, Galen, brings with him more trouble than expected. Marc tries to keep their relationship professional even if Galen seems insistent on taking it to the next level. And then there is the problem of Galen’s past.
Keiran, a hard working medical student and Marc’s best friend, has a small problem, a stalker. One night he confronts the guy and finds in his stalker vampire, Devlan, is too alluring to turn down. But Devlan isn’t who he seems to be.
When the four men meet up for a night out their lives fall apart. Marc’s premonitions are wrong and everything points towards one autumn night a couple of years ago. Now they need to figure out what happened that night, before someone dies, again.
Time is running out. The visions might be false, but they don’t paint a pretty picture, not about their futures and, especially, not about their pasts. They need to reverse the change before it is too late.
Kia Zi Shiru is a Dutch girl studying English and Creative Writing in the UK. Amongst her interests she finds writing, reading, doing research and learning different languages (including but not limited to: English, Dutch, French, German, HTML, Java, PHP and Assembly). Her writing and reading habits include books with Young Adults, gay themes, strong female or minority characters and fantasy elements (more often then not all at the same time).
Keiran's weakness is unconventional but at the same time understandable for someone with his gift.
Disturbed Fate (Otherkin Spirits #1)
One of the people he could not protect
himself from was a guy who had been following him for the past week
or so. Even though he didn’t seem aggressive and he never
actually came close, he was dangerous. It wasn’t that Keiran
feared the guy would hurt him, Keiran was afraid of what he would do
if the guy ever did come close. One of the upsides of him being a
psychic vampire was that he could feel people’s energy and the
sheer power this guy emitted made his knees weak. Though that was
with the guy somewhere far off and unreachable. He loved guys like
that, those who knew how to use their energy, how to work it. Though
usually guys like that weren’t interested in him—most of
them liked their men a bit beefier than he was.