Tired of being told—by straight and gay alike—that he loves "incorrectly," vampire Ehrichto Salvatolle gave up on the idea of having romantic love long ago. When a member of the created family he’s focused on instead comes under threat from a mysterious illness, Ehrichto strikes a deal with his own sire, to return to the sire’s bed in exchange for his help. But when he meets the great-grandson of the first man to break his heart, Ehrichto spies a chance to have the one thing he’s always wanted: true love. A paranormal romance that is not soon forgotten.
“N. S. Beranek’s Angels Fall infuses the gay vampire trope with Twenty-First Century sensibilities that ooze with sensuality and drip with sexuality. Beranek paints her complex characters with blood, sweat, and tears, resulting in a juicy storyline that will make your mouth water.” Michael Kearns, Theatre Artist
"I’ve long admired N.S Beranek’s short fiction, and now she’s given us her first novel. It’s a riveting, elegant, and complex read. Beranek effortlessly weaves together Guatemalan villagers, Louisville teenagers, and a clan of deathless vampires, leaving us amazed at the diversity of her characters and settings." - Jeff Mann, author of Devour & Desire and Country
About N.S. Beranek (Louisville, Kentucky Author)
N.S. Beranek’s first published short story was “Thou Shalt Not Lie” in Saints & Sinners 2013: New Fiction from the Festival and she has had stories in the three successive volumes. The 2015 collection, in which her story “Days of Awe” appeared, was an INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award finalist. Her story “Call for Submission” in Threesome: Him, Him and Me was praised as “touching and gentle” by Publishers Weekly in their starred review of that collection. Her stories have also appeared in Best Gay Romance 2014 and Diverse Voices Quarterly, vol. 6 issue 21. She was the editor for The Role by Richard Pearson and Dancing with the Daffodils by Tarion Keelan.