I've never been a big fan of vampire books. There seems to be a lot of them in the m/m genre, but they've never truly interested me. Until Channeling Morpheus. I am a big fan of Jordan Castillo Price from her Psycop series of books, so I gave this a try. Am I ever glad I did! Bitter Taste of Sweet Oblivion is a sequel to Channeling Morpheus and it follows the continued adventures of Michael, the human, and Wild Bill, his vampire lover. These two guys have 'it'! Their relationship is complex and sweet and rough and complicated, but it works.
It's an easy read, but there are parts in it that are so intense, you may want to take a break from it for a couple of hours before picking it up again. I literally read the whole book in a day; I simply couldn't put the thing down!
I certainly hope there will be more of Wild Bill and Michael in the future!