How to Bite Your Neighbor & Win a Wager | Cover Reveal

Thanks to the author for reaching out to me to help with this cover reveal!

How to Bite Your Neighbor and Win a Wager by D.N. Bryn

Two men sitting on a couch. One of them is a pale caucasian vampire with fangs, wearing long sleeves and fingerless gloves, while the other is a tanned skinned human wearing a t-shirt and numerous bracelets on one wrist. The vampire is playfully miming biting the human’s leg, while the human holds his fingers crossed above his head. A video game controller with a pride sticker sits beneath the human’s other hand. In the background is a shelf and a poster, beneath a title reading “How to Bite Your Neighbor & Win a Wager” and the series title “Guides for Dating Vampires” with a rosary hanging off the R in Neighbor. The pen name at the bottom is “D.N. Bryn.”

Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance
Release date: October 6, 2022

Wesley needs a captured vampire to trade for proof of his mom’s death, and the one biting him in his sleep should do nicely. 

But his plans are fuddled when this vampire turns out to be Vincent, Wes’s shy childhood neighbor. To stop him from fleeing into the night, Wes has to offer his own neck on a silver platter. 

Vincent is more than Wes bargained for though: sweet, funny, and devastatingly handsome, with intoxicating fangs that awaken new desires in Wes. As he realizes just how little Vincent has—and how much they’re both coming to rely on their not-so-fabricated friendship—he fears neither of them will survive the betrayal he has planned.

Pre-order Link: Amazon

Content Warning: bite kink, bleeding (non-kinky), medical experimentation (not experienced by the point of view characters), one particular lesbian BFF who should be reported to HR, and the use of “bodice-ripping” as a verb.”

About the Author

Danny Bryn is a queer, disabled author of speculative fiction and fantasy romance. When not writing, they conduct infectious disease surveillance in their hometown of San Diego, where they enjoy basking in the Santa Ana winds, hiking the brush-heavy slopes, and eating too many tacos.

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