Amanda is a bisexual author, with a primary focus on M/M romance. Based in Minneapolis, she is the creator of the paranormal romance trilogy The Incubus Saga and several other titles through various publishers. She has a Bachelor of Arts in a personally designed Creative Writing major from St. Olaf College, and is an avid consumer of fiction through film, prose, and video games.


Their Dark Reflections
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Personal assistant Sam Coleman can do it all: housekeeping, groundskeeping, bookkeeping. The catch? It’s a con.

Ed Simon, his newest millionaire boss, doesn’t know Sam Goldman is a Robin Hood for hire who targets rich jerks. Sure, Sam keeps the money for himself, his crew, and his real employers, but at least they only steal from bad people.

Until sweet, fumbling Ed, who doesn’t seem to have a single vice. Too bad the people who hired Sam won’t let him back out. They want Ed’s money, and they’ll hurt Sam and his friends to get it.

For years Ed has kept people at arm’s length, but Sam’s charms wear down his defenses—just as he learns their budding relationship was an act. Sam isn’t who Ed thought he was, but Ed has a dark secret too: he’s a vampire. And someone is framing him for a series of bloody murders.

When the real villains force their hand, Sam and Ed must choose: work together, trust each other, and give in to the feelings growing between them… or let what might have been bleed out like the victims piling at their feet.


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Recently, I asked readers at another author’s release party: What was the first book you ever truly lost yourself in? Mine was – don’t laugh – The Vampire Who Came for Christmas. "When Ben discovers a friendly vampire hiding in his attic, he and Zander must outwit the evil Vampire King and save Christmas."

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My husband and I recently finished playing Marvel’s Avengers (well, finished the STORY; there is much more to be played) and Kamala Khan was such a joy to experience. It reminded me of why I love her, and why I love Miles Morales.

© 2020 by Amanda Meuwissen

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