The moment Sandra Ross held her first romance novel when she was ten, she knew she was going to write romance. At thirty now, a prolific reader and a freelance writer, she's since then expanded her preferences from just romance to romance with a dash of now trending sub-genres—paranormal , fantasy, sci-fi even, and erotica. She loves challenging herself and would write on a dare. On a normal day, she would be found in her herb garden collecting spices for her kitchen or ingredients for her potions; in her huge eclectic Provencal kitchen with the big modern oven cooking pots and pans of food for her family of one husband and three kids (an ardent daughter and two boisterous sons) that'll probably last for weeks; in her library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and an e-reader in her hands as she reads the latest erotic hit; or scribbling pages upon pages of different erotic lifestyles, searching for the one that feels like it was inspired by just the right mix of passion, story line, and sex. Aside from these activities, the rest of the time she'd be found in front of her laptop typing the latest Sandra Ross concoction for her readers.
Demon Sex: The Tale of A Demon Sex Slaveby Sandra Ross
A horrific tale about sex and terror that will scare your sleep away!
Will you choose to wake up if you knew your
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From the Publisher that brought you popular short story series Witching Call, Hostile Hearts, Earthbound Angels, The January Morrison Files Psychic Series, Ralph's Gift, Children of Time, Chains of Darkness, Tropical Storms and Friend Zone...
A horrific tale about sex and terror that will scare your sleep away!
Will you choose to wake up if you knew your nightmare is in fact real?
Elise only wants to enjoy her life as a new college student, only to find out that certain demonic creatures have special plans for her, too. Her nightmares begin...
Elise moves to the city to attend college. She snags a new apartment, makes some new friends, flirts with some new guys and most of all, studies really hard. She believes stress is the catalyst to the dreams. She did not even recall them at first, but she worried about body pains, torn garments, and ugly bruises when she wakes up in the mornings.
Then she starts remembering the horrible, painful nightmares! They weren't even ordinary monsters. They were demons that would rape her over and over. Was she going crazy? But that's just impossible! Impossible to believe that the nightmares were actually happening...
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The vivid nightmare she had suddenly came flooding her thoughts. In a split second, she had relived the whole ordeal again, she remembered distinctly how she felt in the nightmare and as soon as that thought crossed her mind, the panic she felt came back. She remembered that she almost did not see anything in the darkness, only the commanding silhouette of the tall and heavy figure against the dim lights.
Everything else, she felt.
Elise felt everything again as if she was suddenly transported back to nightmare land while wide awake and sitting on the couch. She remembered the feel of the slithering things that crawled all over her body. She started touching the parts of her body where she had felt the fleshy, humid things crawl even before she noticed it. She remembered how two of these things crawled atop her exposed skin and circled around her tits before it entwined from opposites directions, at her throat, choking her. Like in her nightmare, that recollection snapped Elise back to reality...
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I have never been one for horror---especially not the slash-and-gore type. This is probably because I get squeamish at the sight of blood, and also if human limbs are lying strewn all over the place. (Not exactly the final glorious flourish to my dinner!) Yet, I do enjoy psychological horror---"Rosemary's Baby"; "The Omen"; "The Blair Witch Project"; "The Sixth Sense"---you get the picture. These type of movies tend to remain burned into my brain long after I have seen them. The books are even more effective. I remember reading the late Jay Anson's "The Amityville Horror" many years ago when I was a teenager. To this day, I categorically refuse to read it ever again---simply because Anson's writing style scared the bejeezus out of me, and was so incredibly vivid in its description of the numerous paranormal happenings that occurred within the foreboding Dutch Colonial from December 1975 to January 1976. (Of course, it probably didn't help that I chose to read the book at one in the morning.) One of the common denominators among the psychological horror films and books that I have read are the omnipresence of demons. A demon is nothing more than an evil spirit that ostensibly does the Devil's bidding. (In the interest of full disclosure, I do not believe that ethereal entities exist, like devils, demons, angels, gods, poltergeists, etc.) Unlike an imp or a gremlin, who are more mischievous than malevolent, a demon seeks to do serious psychological and emotional (and even physical) damage to its victim(s). Sandra Ross exploits these evil tendencies to the maximum in "Demon Sex: The Tale of a Demon Sex Slave." I will admit to involuntarily laughing out loud when I read the title of Ross's book. I imagine I did so only because, to me, the entire premise of demons having wild, uninhibited sex with innocent, beautiful women was a bit much for this inherently skeptical guy. Immediate visions of some goat-horned being complete with lobster-red skin, fanged teeth, cloven hoofs, pointed tail and holding a pitchfork while laughing in a maniacal, hollow style came to mind, along with visions of a chained harem of beautiful demon maidens lying in various seductive poses at the demon's feet. Then I remembered the movie "Rosemary's Baby" and I realized right away that, perhaps, such a literary concept isn't so unusual after all. In the movie, the character of Rosemary (played by Mia Farrow) eventually discovers that she has been raped and impregnated by Satan. In "Demon Sex," the plot closely parallels the 1968 movie. Ross introduces her readers to Elise, a young woman who has recently moved to a large city to attend college and discovers that she enjoys living an urban lifestyle. She frequents the downtown clubs at night with several newly-made friends, usually partying to excess and ending up highly intoxicated and frequently blacking out. Yet whenever she awakens the next morning, she finds herself back in her apartment, none the worse for wear except for some bruising and swelling, and her clothes being disheveled. About the only thing Elise can clearly recall is dancing with a tall, sad-eyed, mysterious man, and these recollections intensify each time she awakens from her drunken stupor. Elise eventually realizes that there is something sinister with not only her friends, but the environment in which she finds herself---there is a growing sense o
This is chilling story of the unknown. The title is self-descriptive of what is in store for the reader and the protagonist albeit it could have been reworded more creatively to attract those who are really into the darker side of demonic sex stories. The story begins with Elise, the protagonist who is a small town girl venturing out into a city decidedly bigger than what she is used to. With her parent’s money, she decides to stay out of campus, quite different from the norm where most first year students are required to stay in campus. She gets a big apartment in a secluded corner with the units next to hers unoccupied. Wow! What is she getting into? She goes for a night out with her friends and has a good time. She gets drunk and her friends send her back home, ensuring she is safe and sound in her bed. They even ensure the door is securely locked. Next morning she wakes up late, and finds herself in a disheveled state. Due to not being able to recollect the events of the past evening, she checks with her friends and is assured that she was sent home safely. She later finds her mind reeling and not being able to focus sensing something is wrong. Sandra Ross has built a suspenseful premise for the story. The reader will be on the edge not knowing what was going to happen next or rather what was the next demonic action that will take place. An interesting story.
Mysterious erotic story I definitely like when different genres are joint in a one book. The “Demon sex” is a great example of that. It is romantic, hot and scary at the same time. From the very beginning and till the last page you’ll feel amazing tension. You will be confused of mystery, even mystique of this book. The beginning of the book foreshadows a funny story. A young girl, Elise, comes to a new city, really big, comparing with her native town. She is full of dreams and thoughts of her new life – new college, new friends – all this seems as a lot of fun. Yet, something goes wrong after the first Elise’s party. It seems perfect at the beginning – funny friends, handsome men and a lot of alcohol. Awakening the next day provides Alice with dozens of questions. She can’t remember anything from the end of the party, even how she went home. Off course, it’s not a rare situation for student, who is ready to adventures. At once, something is wrong with it and Alice is trying to understand why she has this confusing bad feeling. She starts to think that things are not so fun and easy. There is some mystery with this place, with her lapse of memory and with her nightmares.
Something has been happening to me ever since I read Sandra Ross’ first book. My pockets are increasingly empty and there is a hole in my budget. I can’t resist it! Whenever I see a new title I just have to read. And, that’s what happened with Demon Sex The title alone. It was what caught me. It made me wonder, made me want to read some more. I won’t spoil it for you if you are thinking of purchasing the book but, Ross had me mulling over the idea if she was just using the word ‘demon’ loosely or not. And, I wasn’t disappointed. Ross gets right into the matter from the first page. You are introduced the main character and not long after, thrown into the mystery when she wakes up after a hard night of partying, not remembering what happened the night before, or even how she got back to her apartment. It’s a chilling thought. I personally don’t like even the slightest hint that I may have had a lapse in my memory, nevermind not remembering a whole evening and transit back to my apartment. So, I guess you can imagine how Elise felt. Ross takes you through Elises encounter seamlessly. Very good descriptions and haunting imagery. If you are a paranormal enthusiast then this is the book for you, especially if you like a little mystery and romance in the mix. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and I recommend it. It had earned its place on my bookshelf.
Having never left her small town Elise was very excited about her new life. She had recently moved to a new and big city to study and she was ready for all the fun, adventures and experiences the city had for her. The first party! Her first night out on the town! Her new and fun friends, partners of adventure and a fancy club full of handsome men! What could be better? What seemed to be a night to remember would soon become a night to forget. A lot of drinks, blur memories and strange dreams. Elise’s bad dreams where just beginning. Sandra Ross leads us through a story full of mystery, sex and emotions. A book that keeps our attention and takes our breath away
Elise is a normal girl. She has normal friends (though she's looking to branch out and make more) and a normal apartment. She wants to do good in school and make a nice life for herself. Except the nightmares are driving her crazy. She wakes up every morning with torn clothes, soreness and bruises all over her body. But she doesn't know why. At least at first she doesn't know why. Later the nightmares start to come back to her and she remembers what they're all about. This book is about a nice normal girl that starts out with dreams that she soon realizes aren't just dreams at all. But what else could explain the fact that she has nightmares about demons repeatedly raping her and then wakes up with the torn clothes and sore body to back it up? Dreams couldn't do that to her after all. But what's a girl to do when her worst nightmares are reality and it's demons that are causing her problems? Who's going to believe her stories after all? This book isn't a traditional romance. In fact, there isn't any romance involved. This book is about sex instead. It's about one woman that experiences more sex than she can handle in a variety of ways and with creatures that terrify her. She's faced with nightmares of these creatures and slowly the nightmares begin to invade her mind at other parts of the day. But what can she do? How do you fight back against demons that only come to you while you're sleeping? How can you possibly do anything about that? Well if you like to read about hardcore sex then you'll like this book. Sex is something that Sandra Ross definitely knows how to write well. If you're looking for a little bit of romance and love then you'll be disappointed. I was a little when I realized there wasn't going to be real love here. But it was definitely worth my time to read this book and I don't think I wasted any of it. If you like these types of romance novels where the characters aren't totally bogged down by their feelings for each other then you'll enjoy this. I have a few friends that are very into the erotica genre and would really like this type of book. That's pretty much all it's about after all is the sex. The woman is completely helpless and lost. She doesn't know what to do or how to help the problems that she's facing. But for the reader, those problems are interesting to say the least. My friends will enjoy this hardcore, sexy story I'm sure and I bet anyone else that's an erotica fan would too.
Dark, Twisted and Wildly Stimulating! I found the title of this book absolutely appalling and I expected much more from Sandra Ross. Fortunately the story was not nearly as uninspiring as the title. I found this book to be very interesting but lacking at the same time. When I think if demons, I imagine jagged teeth, horns, red eyes, snake tongues and just plain ugliness. I can't imagine finding a something so horrific attractive and that is why I chose to read this book. It was curiosity that kept me turning the pages to read her description of the Ross's 'demon'. The introduction and build up to the onset of Elise's violent dreams needed a little more work. It was too simple for my taste. Here's my problem, I could not take the dialogue between Elise and the demon seriously. i admit that every time I read Elise's verbal exchanges with the demon, I laughed out loud. I don't know if it was Sandra's intent to have her readers giggling through her book but that is what happened to me. The dialogue was just too trite for me and downright unnecessary. I would have preferred a silent demon or one that just growled and hissed. It would have made the story more thrilling. There wasn't much mystery except for the fact that Elise's body was taking quite a lashing and she had no idea how it was happening. Her only clues were chopped up memories of strange dreams. From the picture on the cover I thought this book was going to be a dark love story between Elise and a demon but I was very surprised by the plot and the way the story unfolded. I have read a lot of Sandra's books and they usually have love at the core, but this one threw me a little. I liked the fact that it was dark and chilling, the demons were brutal and Sandra did not hold back when it came to the extreme sex that the demons had with Elise. Sometimes the best blush can be created by a stinging slap to the cheek. That’s what I got with this book. This is a good book from Susan but she needs to bin the title and change the cover so that it adds more mystery and does not mislead prospective readers.
I like when there are different little genres in one book, because that makes it a lot more enjoyable to read. This book is one that had different genres and it was a joy to read. The book had it’s scary moments along with it’s romance. This is one book that I would tell everyone to read if they love the mix like I do. When you are faced with the beginning of the book it may actually be something kind of funny or foreshadowing a funny story, but one thing that caught my eye was the whole title. I like reading books that have a certain title preference because that is what makes me want to start reading it in the first place. I will not spoil none of the story for anyone that wants to purchase and read the book, so everything will be brief. I will say that Ross actually had me reading from the start of the first page until the book ended. If you love romance mixed with scary or as others say paranormal then this is a book that you have to read for yourself. I promise you that you will not be disappointed when you start it. This is one of those books that will have you on the edge of your seat from page to page. I love the book and I would recommend it to anyone that loves the genre and the author as well. Give this book a try, because it is a great one.