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Bloodfetish - Erotic Stories & Poetry
     

Bloodfetish - Erotic Stories & Poetry

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by Diana Trees
 

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A series of four short stories which explore the erotic world of Bloodfetish - the sharing of blood and violence. These are not your typical vampire stories, but span the range of monsters and other lovelies. "From Experience" leads off the collection - a tale of two woman and one man, two vampires and one human. "And Visions of Sugar Plums" follows and involves a

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A series of four short stories which explore the erotic world of Bloodfetish - the sharing of blood and violence. These are not your typical vampire stories, but span the range of monsters and other lovelies. "From Experience" leads off the collection - a tale of two woman and one man, two vampires and one human. "And Visions of Sugar Plums" follows and involves a beast hungry for blood. Enjoy, too, "Oathbound" and "Tlazolteotl," tales guaranteed to make you want to explore your own Bloodfetish. Artwork throughout the book is by famed artist Ben Fogletto.

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Ernest Ernest Winchester
Normally not my choice of reading material, this pulled me in and held me till it chose to liberate me. I can only say I’m glad I have free will to refrain from reading more—for a while. But damn, I do have to say it’s well written. Also, I liked the picture even though the model is probably over a hundred by now.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012975379
Publisher:
Evil Ink
Publication date:
05/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
628 KB

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Bloodfetish - Erotic Stories & Poetry 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Normally not my choice of reading material, this pulled me in and held me till it chose to liberate me. I can only say I'm glad I have free will to refrain from reading more-for a while. But damn, I do have to say it's well written. Also, I liked the picture even though the model is probably over a hundred by now.