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Comment 1: After reading reviews of this book, I wasn’t sure what to expect. They were all pretty favorable so I thought I’d give it a whirl. I was a little concerned about the “erotic” nature of the book. I’m sick of paranormal erotica books being lumped in with horror. When browsing Amazon or Barnes and Noble it’s all so diluted, it’s hard to find the legitimate horror books. Ok, rant over. That said, this book definitely contains no emo creatures of the night. While there are themes of love in the book, Comment 2: Also ich muss ehrlich gestehen, dieses Buch ist bisher, dass heftigste was ich je gelesen habe. Ob man dies noch unter SM-Thriller einordnen kann weiß ich nicht genau, denn es ging weit über SM für mich hinaus. Teilweise grenzte es für mich schon echt am Rande des guten Geschmacks. Jedoch musste ich es durchlesen, schließlich nahm mich die Handlung doch gefangen und ich wollte wissen wie es ausgeht. Zu oft waren für mich wirklich die Handlungen der Protagonisten zu extrem und nicht mehr nachvoll Comment 3: Brilliant entertainment that handles the themes of need and desire with sinister grace. NightWhere is both a novel you want to return to because you need to see what happens next, while also being terribly uneasy about the proposition. The characterization is not deep, but it doesn't need to be. Each character's desire defines them-- all else is irrelevant. I don't even think what the main character does for a living is mentioned, although he goes to work on occasion during the story. Several mi
Comment 1: I can’t say that I’ve read anything like what this author accomplishes here. Killing Matt Cooper by John Cassian is the kind of story that’s impossible to anticipate: At first you don’t quite know where it’s going; once you do, it knocks your socks off. You can’t believe what you’re reading…and can’t stop, either. Cassian doesn’t pull any punches in this visceral novella, which offers a unique perspective into the mind of a psychopath, a man who continuously justifies his grotesque actions. With Comment 2: Not as disturbing as I thought it was going to be. The killer seemed childish, I wish I knew more about his past and what made him tick. He went around killing women who were unfaithful or mean to children, with "true love's kiss". If he thought they were people deserving of death why make them feel good before he kills them? Secondary characters seemed cliche to me. Kathleen, the FBI agent in charge of hunting the killer, of course was gorgeous, with big breasts, and super smart. The second ser Comment 3: 'Killing Matt Cooper' is one of those stories you know you should inwardly cringe and probably not admit you liked it, but dayam was this a good storyline. Dark and seriously f'd up, yet it was also a look into the life of a serial killer from his POV. Sam is likable, even though he's a methodically deranged with the whole killing thing. His search for a replacement for his 'Love', he meets an unlikely 'possible' woman who's quite intriguing. The story itself is sexually graphic and it's a well
Comment 1: I pulled it to the top of the pile as I have a SF/F bookbox and a LGBTQ+ bookbox wandering their way toward me. I pulled it to the top because I was thinking it could fit into either. Not so much. Some where in the middle of the book was a character or a moment that might be a little "gay" but by the end of the book, I'd forgotten who, how, and in which story. Maybe it was Salon Satin; it had a lot of "deviant" stuff in the background as window dressing. In any case, that doesn't really recommend it for the Community.And the SF&F bookbox is for "otherworldly stuff." Not really sure any of these stories really scream that, although there are vampires in here.This was a little uneven. Yes, about half the stories missed the mark for the theme, but then my "shudder" bar is raised awfully high. Totally worth it on the quality of the stories from Stephen King and Clive Barker. Comment 2: ...or to be more exact, maybe 2.75. I don't usually read horror OR sex books, so I don't know if I'm the best person to judge this, but I will say I found there to be, overall, not much of either. The book was hit-or-miss, as anthologies are wont to be, and more than a few times I found myself wondering if I'd ever get this G-d'd book finished! There were a few stories that saved it for me, however, especially : Eric McCormick's "Festival", which was haunting and poetic, Angela Carter's "Master" beautifully written, and, surprisingly for me, Clive Barker's "Jacqueline Ess...", which did fully combine sex and horror while allegorically touching on some deep, powerful truths about love, desire, & women. I picked it up for $1.50 @ the thrift store because the cover art is gorgeous & I thought the title was sexily poetic...so I got my $'s worth!
Comment 1: This is what you would call a comeuppance story. For the man who uses and abuses women and feels he is in control and has the power. Well, payback bites! He has gone after the wrong women this time. Does she hold a dark power over him? All the warnings and he never heeds them, part of his arrogance. I guess this is one time when the golden rule of life isn't so golden and paying the piper comes at a high price. This is a dark paranormal erotica with BSDM and absusive sexual behavior of sadistic Comment 2: Exceptional start to a series. I loved it. There's nothing I didn't like about Suffer. Another fantastic dark and twisted tale by Author Kim Faulks. I love her style from her in depth characters to the story line. She masterfully captures your attention from the very first pages. I've personally never read a book by her that I haven't loved! If you like a bit of dark with your reads then she's definitely the author for you! I NEED the next book in this series! Comment 3: SPOILERS This is is the first book that i have read about a Domme witch. It was darkly refresing and totally different. I first heard of this book from one of my groups on Facebook which was a teaser. And it did not disappoint. Finally a book that has a bad man getting what he deserves after what he has done. What goes around come around.
Comment 1: This book is out of my normal romance genre. But when I read that it is not just a crime novel but written from the killers pov I couldn't pass it up. I love to live in someone else's demented mind. And this my friend is mind blowing. I recommend you not pass this up because its not your usual read. It is brilliantly written and I could not put it down!! I am now on the hunt for something similar. I was hoping this author had other books but alas.... Sadly... Depressingly.... Nothing! come on Ma Comment 2: I enjoyed it alot. It's a quick, fast paced read (took me about 2 hours) and I agree with a few other posters that some of the research could have been more in depth but hey, it was a still a great story. For example, I was thinking that since she was the head profiler, she would have known the name Matt Cooper as soon as it came out of his mouth. Anyone associated with the case would. But I was left with the impression that maybe this lady is hiding secrets of her own, and we have all read book Comment 3: Killing Matt Cooper has an interesting premise but I was expecting more than I actually got from this book. I like that you get inside the killers head but the problem is that he's boring. I was expecting more violence but it simply isn't there. If I'm inside the head of a killer I want action, something that will either cheer him or despise him.There are quite a few books like Killing Matt Cooper and while it wasn't a bad book it just felt dry to me. I would love to see a sequel to this just to
Comment 1: This is the heart warming story of Simone, a young man who was traumatized by sexual abuse when younger and the naive young woman Toni who thinks she can help him. HA! Who the hell am I kidding? Simone is one extremely sick man and Toni is a very naive and stupid woman who will be very sorry for the choices she makes. If you love graphic violence and sex, lots of blood and gore then this is the book for you, if not, don't read this extreme horror story. Thank you David Owain Hughes for this wild Comment 2: In Wind-Up Toy, we meet Simone, a man with a tortured past, who is in an abusive BDSM relationship with a Domme named Chaos. Enter Toni, the bright university student who works at a local crisis hotline. When Chaos' abuse of Simone becomes more than he can bear, he fights back with Toni's help. Oh, and did I mention Mr. Tickles? He's a rather creepy, but helpful clown. In this depraved, twisted sexual thriller, be prepared to enter a world of horror and torment that will have you cheering for Si Comment 3: Simone is a man with many secrets who lives in the Welsh seaside town of Porthcawl. As a child, he suffered sexual abuse at the hands of his older sister and as an adult, he is dominated by his Mistress Chaos. He eventually tires of Chaos' abuse and calls a Samaritan hotline to talk through his life. When he makes the call, he talks to Toni, a university student who only works at the call centre part-time. Eventually, Toni becomes infatuated with Simone and gives him her mobile phone number. Eve
Comment 1: I'm giving this 2 stars and maybe I'll change it, but Drawn to the Grave was sooo much better. It started ok, with the weird habit of eating ones flesh and then it turned into some bizarre battles of souls, which would have been fine had the author pulled it together a little more tightly. For a while it seemed to go no where and some of the characters were pointless and in the end I didn't really care what happened to any of them. I never wanted to throw a book as much as I wanted to throw this Comment 2: Not sure why everybody hates on this book so much. Yeah, it is about a cannibal. Yeah, it can be pretty gross in spots. It's definitely not perfect- the plot (especially in part two) is weak in spots and not all of the religious facts are entirely correct, but if you are just a horror fan looking for a little fun, this is not a bad little read. I especially like the fact that our main character is kind of an anti-hero and can never quite get over his obsession with flesh. I'd say you'd probably Comment 3: I just finished reading this book for the second time and was no less impressed. I came across an autographed copy in a bookstore and was intrigued by the synopsis. The first time I read it, the power was out so I lit a candle and settled into bed to read. Even when it grew very dark and my eyes ached with the strain, I could not put this book down. I read until dawn, when I finally finished the whole book. That's how amazing I thought it was.
Comment 1: "Love conquers all" is the theme of Vicy Cross's paranormal erotic novel entitled Tuesday Apocalypse. Set near London during the Nazi siege of World War II, the patients and staff of a shell-shocked Catholic Hospital must learn to deal with one another's vices, phobias and personality disorders as they try to survive together under the extreme stress and trauma of war, which has evacuated and decimated the rest of the town of Gloucester. But how can a couple of nuns, serving as nurses, and an ag Comment 2: It's funny how our literary tastes change as we get older. I remember trying to read Dracula when I was young and finding the style boring, and then trying again as a teenager and finding it far too literary, and then reading it a third time as an adult and being delighted by it. The epistolary format is an unusual one, and I think Vicy Cross takes some liberties with it here, but it's absolutely perfect for the tale she tells. Comment 3: The writing style of this book is Gothic and reminded me of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Like Dracula, however, it shared the element of an incredibly stupid narrator. Attractive. Kind. Courageous. But stupid. I like the tension between what the reader knows and what the narrator knows, this novel pushed it too far for me, explaining things away as dreams or confusion, despite the clues stacking up.
Comment 1: The Ravishing of Beauty is a parody on the classic story, Beauty And The Beast, only this one has a strong dark erotica theme. Everything you could think of in terms of BDSM is in this book. I would classify this as horror erotica focusing on sadomasochism, with elements of dominance and submission that by far surpasses the ordinary. The incredible thing is after the beast was transformed back to human form, Belle, the Beauty, craves the Beast, Prince Adam. She much prefers her sexual encounters Comment 2: What a BEAST of a story! Love it! Had my testosterone to a boiling point with this erotic take on Belle & her Beast. The emotional and mental torment between these 2 lovers had me wondering what it would be like if this is a true story. Will I feel the passion, Belle and the once human - now 'Beast' felt for each other? The twisted sadomasochistic relationship they both shared had me pinned to my bed as I read this (my bedtime) erotic tale. A provocatively sensual, sexual, domination and sub Comment 3: It was good until it got not so great. I know he was a beast, but I'm not a fan of blood and scars. What beauty wants to be bruised until there is physical pain. There is a difference between pain from submission, and pain from something clawing into your skin. Don't get me wrong the story wasn't all bad, it had its perks. I'm an adult, sex scenes don't bother me, but my golly from beginning to end. Sheesh!
Comment 1: Horror told from between the legs. Sexual desires, dripping with blood and all sorts of bodily fluids. The authors in this anthology take the theme to all different styles. "Fearotica" will make you drool, be scared, and race your mind into thoughts of what you fear and sexual encounters that will make you quiver with freight. Comment 2: A unique collection a bit outside my norm ... except for the bloody good time I had reading it. That's what I expect from an amazing TOC like this one. You won't be disappointed.
Comment 1: Strange Appetites - An Anthology of Truly Bizarre Erotic Stories is another dark, taboo-breaking anthology of erotic horror from the folks at Fantastic Fiction Publishing. Although the intensity fades a bit in the second half, there are still more than enough tasty tales to satisfy your hunger.
Comment 1: I loved the Nightlife series because Mr. Luedke made the reason why vampires exist so plausible-you could visualize the event in your head and think it was almost real. The series is very action-packed; the plot twisting and turning almost with every page turn! I also liked how Mr. Luedke decided to take a journey with the characters Aaron and Michelle. As the events in New York unfolded and left the reader breathless, he accelerated his readers right into the bright lights of Las Vegas where he Comment 2: I am glad I bought the omnibus edition because the books are pretty fast paced and not very long. You get the three Nightlife stories and a fourth stand alone story. They are vampires that have to abide by the traditional rules, so can't go out in sun light, incredibly fast and strong and most importantly are drop dead gorgeous. They have a venom in their bite that gives the recipient orgasms when bitten. They also do this to each other a lot, in fact they barely stop fucking though out the enti Comment 3: The Nightlife Series, by Travis Luedke, follows the adventures of vampires Michelle and Aaron through several cities all over the world. In the debut, The Nightlife: New York, vampire Michelle saves Aaron with her blood, making him a vampire and her his master. In the second of the series, The Nightlife: Las Vegas, Michelle and Aaron take Vegas by storm. While there, Aaron makes Anastasia his bloodslave and the three of them all become lovers. Trouble finds the trio and the aftermath finds them
Comment 1: Entertaining collection. mostly SF with a fantasy offering. Quality is uniformly good, although I am embarrassed by my own story. (Have I ever mentioned how much I hate editing in .rtf format? if it doesn't delete half the story--which it ALWAYS does--it muddles the changes until a lot of corrections get missed) Comment 2: I don't read many anthologies, the shorter stories usually not enough to satisfy me, but when Justin brought this to my attention, I couldn't resist. Tentacles! And I wasn't disappointed :D Comment 3: I don't usually read many stories with tentacles, although I know there are people who LOVE it and people who absolutely HATE it haha, but I actually wound up really enjoying this! Comment 4: Not nearly as good overall as the All Wrapped Up Anthology, but still much tentacle goodness to be had here! Review to come.
Comment 1: First things first, Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road is bigger than your average horror novel. When fellow author Tom Piccirilli (four time Bram Stoker award winner, author of The Last Kind Words, A Choir of Ill Children, etc…) ran into health problems and subsequent medical bills, some friends decided to lend a hand. And what better way to raise money than write a book and donate the profits to the cause? So, what we have here is a nine-man batting order of splatter all-stars working individually a Comment 2: Originally published in limited edition format by Sinister Grin in order to raise money for fellow writer Tom Piccirilli, Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road is back in kindle and paperback for the masses. This book is tour de force of extreme horror. The list of talent is incredible and they work together to create a seamless story rife with sex, gore, and plain nastiness. All right, it may not be seamless, since the chapters announce which writer, or combination of writers wrote said chapter, and som Comment 3: Edward Lee, Jack Ketchum, Brian Keene, Bryan Smith, Wrath James White, JF Gonzalez, Shane McKenzie, Nate Southard, Ryan Harding...arguably, the darkest, most twisted scribes of modern and hardcore horror have all teamed up for this collaborative novel from Eraserhead Press, with proceeds going to the prolific Tom Piccirilli, who's recovering from cancer. Arrianne and Chuck move into the house of their dreams, but their dreams soon morph into a stew of the most warped and perverse nightmares imag
Comment 1: If I was to give this review a title it would be (tongue firmly planted in cheek) "Hellraiser meets 50 Shades..." and while this is mostly a joke it is also not far from the truth. Those unfamiliar with John Everson should pick up his Stoker Award-winning Covenant and its sequel, Sacrifice, which in this reader's opinion is a much better place to start, since Everson's body of work (at least that I've read) is not quite so...gruesome and explicitly graphic, which is not a bad thing. If you're a Comment 2: A BDSM horror book? By an author who has won the Bram Stoker award for his horror fiction no less? Yes, it's true and I just inhaled this story as fast as I could. The fact that I loved this book with all it's depravity, blood and gore, surprises me, and it may take me a while to figure out why. But for now, I'm just basking in the joy of reading something very different in the BDSM genre with prose that is bound to chill the bones of everyone who reads it. Comment 3: Intense! John Everson really turns up the heat with NightWhere. I had no idea what to expect from an "erotic horror" novel. I would say it was a lot more horror than erotic. This is a couples journey into some seriously dark and over the line kinky [email protected]*t. One drawn into the dark and one trying to save and be saved. This novel is dripping in blood and takes the reader for one hell of a wild ride! Literally! Enjoy!
Comment 1: This is a crazy-ass book but I think I read it in one sitting. I was completely enthralled by Val's journey into strange lands, which were expertly detailed by Lucy Taylor. A rich blend of horror, erotica and a bizarre journey, this is the one that pegged Taylor as one of the true masters of the genre.
A man rises out of an abyss of frustration and rage and creates works of art out of destruction, goddesses out of mere dental hygienists and beauty out of death. It’s also about the sickness and obsession that is LOVE. Enter into Michael’s world through the pages of his personal journal, where every diseased thought, disturbing dream, politically incorrect rant and sexually explicit murder highlights his journey from zero to psycho. EDITORIAL REVIEWS "This is one hell of a novel, Barbie Wilde, has written one of the most tense and powerful stories I have read in a long long time...I don't know from which dark recess of Barbie's mind she dragged this story from, but she is really beginning to scare me. It is as though some dark primal rage takes control of her mind when she writes stories like this." --Ginger Nuts of Horror “As intelligent and cultured as Hannibal, easily as disturbing as American Psycho and infinitely less reassuring than Dexter, this is a sexually-charged real life horror story that will definitely stay with you.” --Paul Kane, award-winning horror and fantasy writer "...If you are a fan of both the crime and horror genres and want something special to read this Christmas, go for The Venus Complex." --Fear Magazine "The Venus Complex is a clever, grisly, art-infused, sexually-charged narrative that will keep you turning pages. I apologize, but I simply have to say this: Barbie Wilde's work definitely has some sights to show you." --HorrorTalk "The Venus Complex is the work of someone who loves and understands the inner workings of truly effective horror, can write with exceptional talent, and combines both of these things into one of the best depictions of steadily mounting evil this side of Poe. Or Clive Barker, for that matter." --Drunk Monkeys
Comment 1: this book was great, atleast in my opinion. If you liked 50 shades of grey you will love this book. Its a story that really brings you up close and personal with he Marquis de Sade and all the horrific things he was known for. The story is graphic and brings you inside Sade's head, as well as the head of everyone e holds dear. The story switches between the sadistic head of the Marquis, the obsessed mind of h's mother in law, and the gentle mind of his niece, who is not only te object of his sex Comment 2: The beginning of the book is broken & disjointed in such a way as to make it impossible to know exactly what it is about, besides vampires and highly unconventional sex. Within the first 15 pages we are introduced to 3 main characters, by way of point of view changes. These changes are so jarring that I didn't realize at first that one of those characters was the Marquis de Sade, the vampire the blurb leads us to believe the book is going to be about. Comment 3: If you go into this thinking it will be a thought provoking, deeply character driven read - you're highly mistaken. This is nothing but good old fashioned horror/romance/fluff. There's a Grandma Dominatrix for petes sake! But, if you have a few hours to kill it's a good light book.
Comment 1: It didn't say "erotic" anywhere on the front or back cover, so I didn't know what I was getting into when I picked it up. The stories aren't even scary, so no compensation there. Far more erotic than horror. Comment 2: This second collection outdid the first. There are lots of memorable stories here, very graphic, very crude, and some that are quite erotic. Comment 3: Some interesting stories. Totally messed up but still well written. A couple I still have no clue what they are about.
Comment 1: I have indeed read this collection. Sometimes a random short story from my past will pop into my head, and I spend a ridiculous amount of time tracking it down...it's like a song can be an earworm. This time, I started thinking about the story about two friends who got into a sexual competition and things got out of hand. I knew it was from one of the middle books of the Hot Blood Series, and there's just enough description in the Goodreads blurb to identify which one. I have to revisit that sto Comment 2: Graham Masterton's HEROINE gets this anthology off to a bang with a chilling and powerful story of one woman's strength. Cliff wonders how Anne can be in two places at once but is so thrilled just to be with her he doesn't question her sudden appearances in his room. As her sexual demands get fiercer and more dangerous he realizes all isn't as it appears. The ending is shocking and moving.
Twenty-four short stories follow themes of human boundaries pushed to the limits, bringing readers into the lives of men and women who dabble in satanic worship, sexual manipulation, and other dark vices.
Comment 1: I loved this book. It was creepy, erotic, and gory all at once. The wife, Rae, was a very interesting character with her lust for pain that evolved in her committing the the ultimate degradation by killing Peter at Kharon's request and loving it. She sunk to the bottom and reveled in it. Her husband Mark, first came off as a wimpy guy, letting Rae do what she wanted and going along with it. But I had to give him props in the end. He did everything he could to try and save her from NightWhere and Comment 2: There's a central problem with Nightwhere, and that's the love (or complete lack of it) between the two main characters Mark and Rae. They are presented as a married couple in love, but it's clear from the outset that they're not. It doesn't matter how much we're told. You can't write a sentence like "Mark loved Rae" and expect the reader to just accept it as fact. There has to be some demonstration of that love between them, some interaction that establishes what they mean to each other. There' Comment 3: Just finished "Nightwhere" by John Everson. Not really sure what to say besides "wow." When I got the chance to meet John at Flashback Weekend, I asked for his advice on which of his books I should read first. He gave me a brief rundown of each of the books he had available. He described "Nightwhere" as "50 Shades of Grey" (at which point I thought "No thanks") meets "Hellraiser" (at which point I thought "on second thought"). As much as "50 Shades" is not really my interest, the comparison to "
Comment 1: The title doesn't become obvious until 50% through the novel. I was starting to wonder if the book had been mislabeled. I enjoyed it. This is a dark erotic novel. So if you are squeamish, you won't enjoy this book. I'm ok with all erotica fetishes which this book just about covers. I think interracial and girl on girl are the only two that aren't in it. I just didn't like the physical violence toward's women throughout the book. The authors writing style is unique. And his approach to writing th Comment 2: I didn't realize this was two distinct novellas surrounding the concept of a "Minotauress" going in. Not that it really mattered in the end, but be aware of that. Both of the tales had their own style, and both were utterly depraved - in perfect Edward Lee fashion! No one imagines such perverse atrocities in the same manner as Lee, and we see that well detailed here. Comment 3: I learned that Edward Lee is one of the few writers capable of writing a gross-out scene that can make me put the book down and need to take a deep breath before carrying on reading. Also, the climax, so to speak, of this novella is not one you'll see coming, again so to speak. Comment 4: This is extreme SplatterPunk. Think the most horrible things one person can do to another and then double it. That's Edward Lee. True Guilty Pleasure stuff. Hilarious, crazy fun, crazy violent, crazy sex.
Sometimes life is unfair. Sometimes life just plain sucks. You do what you can to get by, but sometimes even that isn't enough. Meet Gloria, aging porno star, drug addict, failed wife and mother—seduced into a monstrous world of depraved sex and violent deceit, battling to save her immortal soul and that of her only daughter from Inferno … and you thought your life was hell.
Comment 1: This was a better anthology than I actually thought it was going to be. I have read many and the fact that there was only one story in this that I skipped over part way through (I won't say which one to avoid swaying anyone who might read this) says a lot. Even more surprising was that some of the stories I enjoyed most are by the lesser known writers (to me) in here. The stand out though has got to be Edward Lee's sick and twisted, though hugely entertaining, bizzaro story called Mr. Torso. I have read this one before, but loved readig it again. Comment 2: This is a collection of short stories by the following authors: Lucy Taylor, Edward Lee, Sidney Williams, Graham Watkins, Michael Garrett, Jeff Gelb, Max Allan Collins, A. R. Morlan, Edo von Belkom, Jack Ketchum, Steve Rasnic Tem, Bentley Little, Claudia O'Keefe, and Graham Masterton. It also contains a nice foreword by Forrest J. Ackerman on the erotic in early and modern horror films and literature. WARNING! Some of these stories are very graphic and not for the faint of heart. If you like erotic horror, these tales are sure to please. Comment 3: Another eclectic collection of short stories in the Hot Blood series. As in the previous volumes, there is a bit of a "Tales of the Unexpected" feel about many of the stories, which are based on a greater or lesser extent on horror and/or sexual themes. And as is usually the case with collections of short stories, especially those by a variety of authors, the quality varies greatly. Worth a read for anyone who thought the other volumes were.
"The Silence Between The Screams" is a collection of original short fiction of horror, eroticism, and science fiction / fantasy from this Bram Stoker Award Winning author. Her novella "Spree," long out of print, is now available again in this collection. This title has also been published as a signed limited edition under the title "A Hairy Chest, A Big Dick, and a Harley" (also one of the stories included) and features the same fiction in both editions. Rick Sardhina has created unique original cover art for both editions.
Comment 1: What a pleasant surprise to read a zombie sex book told from a male's point of view. So our hero meets up with an old friend, Mitch, who is looking to hire someone to help work in the Zombie sex business. As Mitch talks and describes the job, it's obvious he is leaving out all of the bad details and only focussing on the good. For example the "fresh" zombies are "safer" to work with and are less "messy". Mitch also made a point to mention the panic button locations. Comment 2: I got a free copy of this through the goodreads group Paranormal romance with a kick! This is pretty much pure porn. I've read better stuff on literotica. This doesn't fit the definition of paranormal romance with a kick! to me. I have to get the author props for a unique premise, at least. Comment 3: I read this book as part of a Read To Review program. I think I can honestly say that this book isn't my typical kind of read. I'm not usually a fan of zombie books. When I read that this book uses zombies as prostitutes my first thought was "Ewwwwwwwwwwwwww!". Comment 4: This could have been and should have been a very good read given the bizarre plot - but unfortunately for me, the authors writing style left me pretty cold. Not enough passion or humour in the writing. Disappointing.
Novel (76,800 words) Genre(s): Science Fiction, Horror, Erotica Eddie Stover, private investigator, lives in a world where artificial humans, LifeMates, serve consumers as a purchasable commodity. When Stover takes a wandering daughter case, the search for the missing woman plunges him into a world of hijacked LifeMates, a spider-worshiping cult, psychedelic milk, and a realization that he cannot escape the choice that love forces him to make. (M/F, F/F, other - For content labels and excerpt, see details on publisher's site.)
Belle's choice to become the Beast's prisoner changes her in ways she never imagined. After her Beast transforms back into his human form, they eagerly explore each other’s bodies. He can caress every inch of her and probe his tongue deep between her lips. She can feel the warm bulge of his muscles and run her fingers through his red-gold hair, but it’s not enough. Their sexual affair began long before he was human, and Belle can’t help remembering what it was like to be with her Beast. She learned to love him through all the blood and sacrifice it required. Belle and Prince Adam must learn to find new ways to express their desires.
A group of young American tourists discovers an abandoned building in the Mexican jungle. Within, they discover a threat that promises intense pleasure at the sacrifice of their minds and bodies. Filled with rubbery transformations and erotic horror!
Comment 1: A horror collection with a difference. If you like your horror with a twist of sex and violence then give this a try. Many well known authors along with some not so well known have written some very good stories in here all with an unusual twist. Theres such a wide background to the many different takes on horror by these authors that theres bound to be something for most horror fans. Well worth your time so give it a go. You won't be disappointed . Comment 2: I gave this book three stars, because most of the stories are basically the same and are pretty predictable. There were a few good stories including Black and White and Bed All Over by James Crawford, Airhead by Michael Newton, Overeaters Ominous by Stephen R. George, Grub-Girl by Edward Lee, See Marilyn Monroe's Panties! by Bentley Little.
Comment 1: Kinky Lovecraft? Why not! A breath of fresh air in the Lovecraftian trope, Molly Tanzer takes the more "human" style of Lovecraftian stories (no eldritch abominations here) like The Reanimator and The Thing at The Doorstep or even The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, and dunks them in a barrel of dark humor and deviant sexuality (hetero? homo? xeno? take your pick). It had to be done at some point, and Molly Tanzer provides an excellent start to a theme I hope becomes more popular in time. Can't wai Comment 2: What can we say about Molly Tanzer? Polymath, Sui Generis, renaissance gal? Just plain weird? All or none of the above? Pick one or none but pick up her bizarro opus, A Pretty Mouth. Do it now, with no delay. What, you may ask, exactly is A Pretty Mouth? It's a very cleverly constructed sequence of tales of the accursed and brilliant, ruthless and sexy Calipash clan, a kind of Merovigian Illuminati, and the poor chumps who happen to be their footstools. You'll laugh, you'll cringe, you'll have a Comment 3: This is a tremendously ambitious book. It's a series of short stories/novelettes that tells the story of a gothic family in reverse chronological order, leaping through not only different historical periods and their attendant details of setting but also literary styles, including explicit imitation of particular authors. It dances nimbly between genres and tones and references, from Gothic to Lovecraftian horror to comedy to pornography, and somehow pulls them all off and never undermines itsel
Tonight, Again marks Clive Barker's first collection since The Books of Blood over 25 years ago. It contains more than twenty primarily erotic short stories and vignettes, along with explicit illustrations by the author in his signature style. As an exploration of extremes, in lush prose and evocative images, Tonight, Again is not to be missed by the author's many fans.
"Violent, erotic, blasphemous, and extreme." -Fear Zone "Without apologies, White tears through your emotions, from sympathy to hate, humor to shock..." -Horror Web From a world-ending orgy to home liposuction. From the hidden desires of politicians to a woman with a fetish for lions. This is a place where necrophilia, self-mutilation, and murder are all roads to love. Like Porno for Psychos collects the most extreme erotic horror from the celebrated hardcore horror master. Wrath James White is your guide through sex, death, and the darkest desires of the heart.
“Damaged people, ultraviolence, murder and explicit sex—what’s not to love about her work?” —“Bad Barbie” Featurette, Fangoria (America’s #1 Horror Magazine) Enter into the mind of Barbie Wilde, whose disturbing interior world teems with the voices of rebellious female demons, devilish witches, semen-hungry neo-vampires, raging gods and home invaders, the fiends of sleep paralysis, pint-sized store-front preachers with a whiff of sulfur, body horrors of the most grotesque kind, clandestine aliens and Zulu zombies. These truly are the Voices of the Damned: eleven short horror stories from Barbie Wilde, actress (Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Death Wish 3) and dark crime-horror novelist (The Venus Complex). Fangoria has called Wilde “one of the finest purveyors of erotically charged horror fiction around.” Each story is accompanied by seductive, haunting, full color artworks and illustrations created by some of the most imaginative artists in the genre: Clive Barker, Nick Percival, Steve McGinnis, Daniele Serra, Eric Gross, Tara Bush, Vincent Sammy, & Ben Baldwin. Editorial Reviews: Publishers Weekly 'Starred Review': "In this impressive collection of short stories, actor Wilde (who played the Female Cenobite in the film classic Hellbound: Hellraiser II) reveals a world of beautiful fear. The most delightfully terrifying entries form the Cilicium Trilogy, which reveals the complex origin and destiny of Sister Cilice. This character-focused exploration is sensual in its brutality. In "Writer's Block," Wilde combines the psychological torture of an unknown artist with the erotic egotism of fandom to create a fascinating sexual horror. She creates a dreadful family legacy in "Botophobia," in which there are not merely skeletons in the closet but unworldly powers hidden in the basement. Wilde's mastery of shocking violence is given full rein in subjects ranging from reclusive self-imprisonment to the exploration of European nightmares. As much a chilling collection of frightful fiction as a delight for the darker senses, this is a satisfying triumph in a befitting, unforgiving, style." "Violence, pitch-black humour and yes, sex can be found in equal measure in her work, drawing complimentary comparisons to Clive Barker’s early works in his seminal Books of Blood collections." —Ron McKenzie, writer: Thoughts & Scribbles, Rue Morgue and artist: ronniemick at deviantart “this collection of eleven short stories confirms Wilde as a foremost author of erotic horror fiction...” —Jon Towlson, Starburst magazine and author of Subversive Horror Cinema: Countercultural Messages of Films from Frankenstein to the Present “...her work is so uncanny and fearless, it is a must have for any horror aficionado.” —filmmakers The Soska Sisters “Wilde is never one to shy away from verbose analysis of carnal pleasure, and in Voices of the Damned she certainly sets the bar high with regards to steamy, gory terror.” —Colin McCracken, Zombie Hamster “Raised from the dead, this phantasmagoria of tales offers well-written mini-nightmares that will traumatize, titillate, and stick in your mind long after you’ve closed the book.” —Filmmaker Izzy Lee, Fangoria Online "Reading Barbie Wilde has given me pervature of the spine. My eyes weep jizz, and I can't take a wizz without melting someone's face off. Now THAT'S entertainment!" —John Skipp, New York Times best-selling author "When I read ‘The Venus Complex’ by Barbie Wilde, I was enthralled. It was magnificent in every way, and I knew then that the literary and horror fiction world in general, truly had someone special on their hands. So you can probably imagine my glee when I was offered the chance to review Barbie Wilde’s new work, the brilliant short story collection ‘Voices of the Damned’. The opening story is erotically charged and bristling with descriptions of violence, that those who’ve read Barbie’s previous work will have come to expect." —reelgingermoviefan.com
One of the most impressive debut novels . . . centered around relationship-driven fiction catalyzed by horrific events, mostly realistic, sometimes supernatural. . . . Indeed it's sexual, it's graphically written, but it's also . . . an affecting and powerful novel about heartbreak and the untimely destruction of childhood."--Edward Bryant, "Locus.
Comment 1: I love this book! I'm getting over a bad cold right now so "The Dritiphilist" grossed me out even more than it normally would (lots of phlegm!) but i loved it & laughed really hard. I love Ed Lee's nasty deviant mind! I'm rarely disappointed with Lee's books (only 2 or 3 i didn't care for) & i still think the Infernal series are some of the best books i've read. This book is not for everyone & i'm sure would offend most mainstream people, however i love to be grossed out so this is p Comment 2: I have a strong stomach but some of these stories made me feel so sick.I never in a million years could think up things as crazy as Edward Lee.The story The Dritiphilist has got to be one of the most disturbing things to me just because how descriptive he is about what the guy is eating.The story The baby was something I almost couldn't even tolerate it was just completely gross.I am rating this five stars though because it's so fascinatingly disgusting that I couldn't stop reading. Comment 3: Another piece of evidence that Lee is hit or miss as an author. I especially get put out over over the top southern accents and stereotypical white trash language and thought process. I really get the impression that Mr Lee has never even met anyone from the south or Appalachia yet he writes like he is an authority. These people are poor not out and out stupid. The situations are unbelievable and border on outrageous for the shock value only. Shock does not always equal good story!
Comment 1: If you like your sex spiced with some dark, macabre, and blood, then this book is for you. I was 17 when I read it, and the stories have stayed with me years later. I would warn only that this is possibly the most disturbing stuff I've ever read. It is barely erotica, and very much horror, with playful bits and pieces of humor and political statement.A collection of short stories, the themes range from necrophilia to numerology. There are nods to famous people (a Holmes/Watson duo) and even a story about a traumatized mentally ill woman. All are heavily dosed with sex, and some are so unnerving that I have only read them once, though I have revisited the book on more than one occasion. Horrors (and pleasures) seem to be visited upon men as equally as women, though I doubt many females will find this book tasteful. My favorite story depicts a back-country woods scenario that would make any feminist recoil in disgust.In spite of all this, it's actually a very entertaining read. You cannot help but wonder just what the f#%k is going to happen. After reading Maps in a Mirror (where Card admits there are a few horror stories so gruesome even his wife will not read them), I have learned that there is power in more than just shock value. Even so, I just picked up a copy on eBay to ensure the book was in my collection.Stirring enough to leave nightmares, Hottest Blood was a wild ride.
First seen in the pages of the final book of The Black Irish Chronicles, IN THE COUNTRY OF THE BLIND Dark Molly now appears in her own book THE END OF THE BEGINNING. Andrea Doyle is a failed White Adept kidnapped by a Master Vampire and his coven of Dark Adepts. She is tortured, experimented on, violated in countless ways and finally turned by the Master Vampire. He then discards her as a failed experiment. The trauma of what was done to her has unleashed a dark aspect of her personality that calls itself Dark Molly. Dark Molly begins a rampage of revenge moving up the food chain all the way to the Master Vampire who created her. Strap in horror fans...it is going to be a wild ride!
"Other vampire stories are tame by comparison." The only way to love a monster... is to become one yourself Ashlyn's life changes forever one night in a New York City back alley. Just before dawn she stumbles across a grievously wounded vampire. Ashlyn overhears the attackers reveal they're trying to kill her because she's a futanari. She makes the fateful decision to help the beautiful redhead. Ever since science made it possible, Ashlyn wanted to be a futa. They're despised and persecuted by society, so when she sees one in trouble, she feels compelled to help. Gathering up the wounded vampire in her arms, she hurries home to her nearby apartment, sparing the girl from being burned to ash by the rising sun. Vampires need blood, and futanari vampires need sex… lots of sex. Ashlyn enters into a Master/submissive relationship with the beautiful but wounded vampire, Musette Vaillancourt, becoming her "pet." Ashlyn becomes a human predator, seducing victims and bringing them home for her injured lover to drink their blood. But that's only the beginning. Ashlyn enters into a life beyond her wildest dreams. She gets what she's always wanted… and so much more. All sexual fantasies fulfilled. All secret, dark impulses acted upon. Nothing is forbidden to the immortal undead. The rules and laws of mortals don't matter to them. They are lions among the sheep. But Musette's former vampire master finds out her pet is still alive. Ashlyn can barely contain her jealousy as they are reunited. The appearance of Musette's master brings a dangerous threat, however: the vampire coven Musette's master belongs to. Ashlyn finds herself fighting both for her life and her love with Musette… and not everything may survive.
Jack is a merciless serial rapist and murderer. He chooses his female victims carefully. But tonight, he's selected the wrong woman. Now, for Jack, it's all downhill from here on. Download 'Ordeal' free here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view... [Explicit Content Warning: This is a work of dark erotica/extreme horror fiction, one depicting acts of explicit sex and violence. This book is not recommended for the squeamish reader.]
Comment 1: I came in with high expectations for this book after reading a previous Barbie Wilde tale. The excellent Sister Cilice was a highlight of the short story collection Hellbound Hearts, an anthology set in the Hellraiser universe, and filled with weird and wonderful cenobites. I’ll admit I’m a bit of a Hellraiser fanatic. So the fact that Barbie Wilde played one of my favorite cenobites from Hellraiser II, meant she was already in my good graces and thankfully the book lived up to my initial excite Comment 2: The Venus Complex, by Barbie Wilde, follows the main character’s descent into madness by way of his diary. After a car accident, Michael is left to rehabilitate physically and mentally. While his body may have healed, his mind takes a turn for the worse. A college professor and art lover, he puts his life on hold and immerses himself in the study of becoming a serial killer. Plagued by his dreams, he acts out on his most depraved thoughts, which in turn spurs on the darkness just a little bit mo Comment 3: This novel is a winner. Barbie Wilde has a huge talent to build up a masculin protagonist from his insides. As a reader I felt 'forced' (in a good way) to empathize with the killer Michael Friday in a disturbing 'dexterian' way. The novel seems well researched and has a very interesting erotic approach that reminded me to the cenobite imagery. You'll definetely enjoy it if you liked American Psycho. The Venus Complex is catchy and a real pageturner! I'd love to read more Barbie Wilde's works soo
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