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The Vampire’s Guide To Dental Hygiene

Barry Lowe

Classic Paranormal

Gay Erotica, Vampire, Paranormal

Sometimes the dentist can be a real pain in the neck.

Justin’s dental practice is going broke, until the night he rescues Kendrick, his mouth a bloody pulp, the victim of a gang attack. To staunch the bleeding, Justin has to perform emergency surgery on his mouth only to discover his patient has fangs.

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Length: 11694 words

Gay Erotica, Vampire, Paranormal

Heat rating: 4


He must have seen me examine him almost forensically for he smiled and, in that moment, I was quite giddy with desire. I never allowed myself this sort of familiarity with my patients, it was highly unprofessional, but it was almost as if I were hypnotized by this succulent stranger.

I managed to drag my professional face back with great difficulty.

“I don’t know what happened but your teeth are fine. I pity the other guy; it must have been his blood. Were you attacked?”

He nodded. “A group of them. They bashed me with a metal bar.” He lifted his shirt and I saw the red slash across his stomach which was threatening to become a nasty bruise.

“Would you like me to call the police?”

“No, that won’t be necessary. The people who attacked me will be long gone. I managed to bite one of them in the neck before they fled; otherwise I believe they would have killed me.”

“Look,” I said kindly. “You’re probably a bit shaken. Would you like me to make you a coffee or tea? Or something stronger. I have brandy in my drawer.” Shit, I suppose I shouldn’t have offered alcohol without knowing the extent of his injuries.

“That’s very kind,” he said. He had a peculiar old-fashioned manner of speaking which probably attracted unwarranted attention. I watched as he seemed to struggle with something that was bothering him. “You seem like a kind man, and I have to trust someone or I will die.”

“I like to think I’m a nice man as you put it,” although I was glad he couldn’t read my mind and see what I would like to do to his body while he lay in my chair.

“I can, you know,” he said.

“Can what?”

“Read your mind.”

Oh no, I had a crazy in my chair. This was bound to end badly.

He smiled. “No, I’m not crazy.”

That was just a fluke.

“It wasn’t a fluke.”

I’m actually home in bed dreaming or I’ve been the victim of a mugging and I’m lying in the gutter hallucinating.

“Neither dreaming nor hallucinating.” He put his hand up to stop me. “Look we can keep this up all night but you’re never going to believe me. But please believe this. I am in incredible pain and if you can’t help me I will surely die.”

I switched my brain off to concentrate on his needs.

“Okay, doc. Thanks for that at least.”

“I’m not a doctor, I’m a dentist, so if there’s anything medical you need that’s not to do with your teeth I’m afraid I won’t be able to help. You need to go to a hospital.”

“It’s to do with my teeth,” he mumbled.

The way he flinched and fingered his jaw as he spoke convinced me there was indeed a problem – unlike me to miss something.

“I guess we were destined to meet because I’ve been driving around looking for help when I noticed your light on. Providence.”

I wish we’d met under better circumstances. A gay bar or something.

“Me, too,” he said.

I shook my head, bemused by the stranger’s ability to second guess my thoughts.

“I think I’m perilously close to passing out from the pain. I will have to trust you. Either way, you are my last resort. I ask that you keep my presence here a secret until I can explain. You are in no danger.”

“I promise. Now, lie back, so I can take another look.”

“You will be surprised but I reiterate you are in no danger. Please believe me.”


He opened his mouth. I watched as he reluctantly concentrated and revealed all. It took me a few seconds to work out that the volume of blood gushing into his mouth came from a broken tooth that he had retracted into the roof of his mouth. I was so shocked I reeled back. My chair skidded across the highly polished vinyl flooring, crashing against the cupboard on the other side of the room.

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