Divine Wine [NOOK Book]

Overview

The night turns brutal in Atlantic City when a serial killer who indulges in necrophilia crosses paths with a vengeful Vampire. Cyber punks and tourists make way for the Vampire and killer as they square off in a blood-soaked romp under the harsh glow of neon and a full moon

In the light of day, Atlantic City is like a war zone. At night, city's glitzy exterior of neon and ...
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Divine Wine

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Overview

The night turns brutal in Atlantic City when a serial killer who indulges in necrophilia crosses paths with a vengeful Vampire. Cyber punks and tourists make way for the Vampire and killer as they square off in a blood-soaked romp under the harsh glow of neon and a full moon

In the light of day, Atlantic City is like a war zone. At night, city's glitzy exterior of neon and multi-billion dollar casinos masks the grime that lies just below the surface.

The best part of Atlantic City is the number of disposable teens that stalk the night streets with sneers and baggy pants. The former is a result of the bravado of perceived invulnerability. The latter slows the little youths down to a pants-yanking shamble. Many of Atlantic City's youth are cheap, wanna-be gangsters who know nothing about real life and death. They're the kind of punks who brag about guns and murder and their plans to one day move to the Big City, where they'll be players, with plenty of whores and drugs in easy reach. These little thugs beat and rob tourists, rape girls and boys in back alleys, and fight endlessly over perceived territory violations.

They are the kind of scum that the police would just as soon quietly disappeared.

She's the vampire for that particular task.
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Editorial Reviews

Sean Newswriter
Divine Wine is the kind of story that you don't forget easily. In a world of supernatural niceness, Diana Trees has created a dark, violent fantasy that is completely original and total unique. The graphic nature of the story is enhanced by vivid descriptions of sex and violence written with near perfect pace and style.
This is a story that will leave the reader begging for more.
http://mjblood.com - M. James Blood
I'm not usually a 'vampire person,' but I was caught by the vivid depiction of Atlantic City at its seediest, and was helplessly drawn into the story by its atmosphere alone. Diana Trees has excellent pacing and style that makes for a thrilling read, never giving too much away about the characters or the outcome of the book. While possibly too dark for some, its not dark enough to be inaccessible, and if you're after visceral sensuality – the kind found in 'Silence of the Lambs.'
http://shevata-cccole.blogspot.com - C.C. Cole
“Divine Wine” by Diana Trees is a fun story for readers that can handle the anti-hero concept with violence taken so far it becomes comical. The lead character seeks out violent criminals and places them in a nightmarish situation with every bit of inhumanity, brutality, and beyond what they gave to their victims. This “Evil meets Evil-er” story is not for the faint of heart.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012975386
  • Publisher: Evil Ink
  • Publication date: 1/28/2011
  • Series: Violently Erotic Vampire Tales , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 79 KB

Meet the Author

Diana Trees is an angry woman specializing in brutal, though erotic tales. The first book of the series - Jesus Wept - is a prelude to the violence and savagery yet to come in these erotic tales. The vampires in Diana's stories are dominants and psychopaths. They are as dangerous as they are beautiful.

In Diana's stories, vampires do not sparkle: they eat people.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2011

    newswriter22

    Divine Wine is the kind of story that you don't forget easily.
    In a world of supernatural niceness, Diana Trees has created a dark, violent fantasy that is completely original and total unique.
    The graphic nature of the story is enhanced by vivid descriptions of sex and violence written with near perfect pace and style.
    This is a story that will leave the reader begging for more.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 9, 2011

    One of the weirder novella's I've read

    This is one of the weirder novella's I've ever read. Not weird bad, or weird haha, but weird hmmm, I like it.

    I see that some people on Amazon have tagged it as a erotica or erotic romance, or even a rape fantasy. I don't really understand any of these tags. The main character doesn't really consider the victim, if you could call a serial killer a victim, to be on her level. He is a project that will yeild the results she desires if she puts the right effort into it.

    And she does. Yeah, weird. Definitely going to have to check out any other stuff that Ms. Trees has put out.

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  • Posted June 29, 2011

    Extremely High Rating!

    This book is a wonderful break, from beginning to end, from the sparkly vampire crap that's been coming out lately. I loved Divine Wine! Diana Trees has created a character that I will not forget. As the vampire stalks the streets of Atlantic City - whew! It is an incredible read, and I'm glad that I got this book.

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    Posted August 19, 2011

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