"Many different stories all vampire erotica"
This book has many different stories all vampire erotica.
Some are same sex some are not there are many different
takes on the vampire and his sexual prowess, as you will
learn if you read on.
"Mist Kisses" by Renee M. Charles: Johannes, a
dhampir the son of a human gypsy mother and vampire father
is a vampire hunter by birthright. He begins his story by
telling about the problems he has with women only wanting
him because they want to play vampire. Since this is not
his thing he ends up alone and lonely most of the time. He
fills his time by vampire hunting and killing. He sees an
add for a model, on a bulletin board printed in blood that
smells of a vampire. He calls, leaves a message and waits
for the photographer to call back.
During the time he is waiting he remembers how his mom
explained her sex with his vampire father. Tia the
photographer calls him and they meet. Tia is not your
typical vampire and that is where the eroticism begins. I
did like this story and almost anyone would be able to read
it and not get offended. It had no extreme erotic
situations and nothing that should really offend anyone.
"A Most Nonsensical Night" by Cypress Quinn:
Aristide a vampire is out looking for the newest object of
his affections, and child to be Maya. He finds her in The
Web another nightclub full of people that want to be
vampires, or wanting to be a vampire's lover.
Aristide and Giovanni another one of his children fondle
and invade Maya's body manually in the nightclub. They
then take her back to the penthouse to where she will be
initiated into they vampire coven. This story has same
sex, multiple partners and is much more graphic then the
first story. I didn't like the stories ending though.
"When Michael Comes" by Whitt Pond: Michael shows
up at one of his ex-lovers house dirty, naked and he can't
remember who or where he is. The lover coaxes him into the
house and gives his blood, then cleans and dresses
Micheal. They then have sex. The story is about a gay
man's ex-lover coming back after years of being gone. It
is a very short story and is a little explicit, but nothing
"Doing Time" by R. Boyczuk: A man in a cell recants
how he meets and 18 year old named Robin, his romance and
betrayal. He is a vampire of sorts only he steals parts of
people's lives, days or weeks, moments and such. He meets
Robin and gets caught with another woman things happen. He
is recanting his story to himself in his mind from his
"Prey" by Raven Kaldera: This is the sequel to
another story that will appear in a later review of BLOOD
vampire erotica anthology edited by Cecilia Tan. Vampires
have become criminals and are being hunted and
exterminated. Val is the human lover of the leader of the
group Reyna. They are living in a compound with other
vampires and their human children.
Killing and the love between Val and Reyna are the main
parts of the story. There are a couple of scenes of
lesbian sex and Val hanging from a tree. The story wasn't
bad, but not my favorite.
"Desolate Dance" by Steve Eller: A vampire takes a
girl home for sex. She thinks she is having a role-playing
sex game. No matter how he tells her he is the real thing
she doesn't believe him.
They have sex, she wears a white gown and blond wig with
curls to make the game a little more like her fantasy. She
finds out he isn't real and doesn't like it. There is sex,
a lot of blood and death. I personally didn't like this
story at all.
"Vox Vampirica" by Alan Smale: Roland calls a sex
party line to talk to a specific girl. He then calls
Jennifer's private number and basically has phone sex. She
pleasures herself and talks about the sexual devices she is
using and where she is using them. She brings him to the
edge of climaxing She lets him know she figured out what he
is a long time ago and if he wants to finish he will have
to come to her place and give her immortal life.
Not a bad story, at least the woman is in control and not a
"The Razor's Edge" by Kymberlyn Toliver-Reed:
Perilous Guard is an S & M den of vampire and human
masters, mistresses and slaves. The den has a very
medieval tone with gargoyles and other mythological
beasts. Regine d'Florentaigne also know as The Countess is
a mistress of the very a very discriminating nature. She
doesn't take just anyone as her slave and she is highly
sought after. Problem is Regine has become tired of the
role as Domme, it no longer holds any sexual excitement for
her. She wants something that can make her feel again.
She meets Lord Astin Prescott, Viscount Southern, although
he is wearing the collar of a slave he says he has never
been and will never be a slave. He takes Regine and makes
her his slave, he also happens to be a vampire. Regine
finally meets her match and finds some real excitement and
the possible promise of immortality as a side benefit. All
in all one of the more entertaining of the stories.
"Dark Freedoms" by Jim Lee: Annie Courts supposed
slave Clementina is actually a vampire. Annie is only one
of a long line of lovers and donors for Clementina.
Clementina is actually an African that was turned by an
Ethiopian Pharoah thousands of years ago. Through the
years she has taken on the guise as servant or slave to her
lovers, when actually she is the one in control. This is a
same sex story with a unique kind of twist on a slave.
"Shadows" by Lela E. Buis: A widow takes over he
husbands'family house. Her intentions are to restore it to
its former beauty like her and her husband intended for
years before his death.
She meets what is supposed to be a cousin of Milo her dead
husband. She begins having erotic dreams about him. Come
to find out he is a vampire and comes with the house. I
enjoyed the ending, it gave a grieving widow a measure of
Carol Castellanos / January, 2000
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Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 7, 2002