Living Out of the Box

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The very first time Virginia spent a night with the vampire Anando, she couldn't have begun to imagine all the sensual and sexual games she would experience with him. She also couldn't have imagined that she would fall in love with him, or he with her.

As she moves in with him and they find their places in each other's lives, the discoveries start again. A few of them happen through old games revisited: role-play, public sex or a familiar dildo in a different hand. Other ...

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Overview

The very first time Virginia spent a night with the vampire Anando, she couldn't have begun to imagine all the sensual and sexual games she would experience with him. She also couldn't have imagined that she would fall in love with him, or he with her.

As she moves in with him and they find their places in each other's lives, the discoveries start again. A few of them happen through old games revisited: role-play, public sex or a familiar dildo in a different hand. Other discoveries come through new toys, some battery-operated, others custom-made to fit just right. And yet more discoveries come from playing with old and new partners.

But in the end, the one lesson that remains the same might be the most important of all: love.

**This story centers on a M/F relationship, but it includes M/M, M/M/F and F/F elements to various degrees.**

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466276536
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/28/2011
  • Pages: 162
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Kallysten's most exciting accomplishment to date was to cross a few thousand miles and an ocean to pursue (and catch!) the love of her life. She has been writing for fifteen years, and always enjoyed sharing her stories and listening to the readers' reactions. After playing with science fiction, short stories and poetry, she is now trying her hand, heart and words at paranormal romance novels.

To see her other stories, including free short stories and sample chapters, visit http://kallysten.net

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2011

    Very Senual

    This book brings the whole series to a climax that will make you blackout. It is sensory overload and calls for the reader to unlock hidden desires and/or fears. This is a no holds barred conclusion. You may discover your true potential. This series may include Vampires, but its really about freeing oneself to ALL POSSIBILITIES... Are YOU Ready?

    Read the series in order
    Out of the Box 1-10
    On the Edge
    Over the Edge
    Walking the Edge
    Living out of the Box

    You can skip Dancing and Living out of the box part 1. They are only teasers and are included within the series.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 16, 2013

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    Time has passed from the first of the stories, and Virginia has

    Time has passed from the first of the stories, and Virginia has consented to live with Anando, and is steadily working to accept and consider all of the changes her new relationship has brought to her life.  Just a year of knowing one another and her entire life plan has adjusted. 




    Continuing with their “games” Anando is one who makes ‘suggestions’ or asks questions to show Virginia that she can freely express her feelings and explore her sexual curiosities without embarrassment or shame.  




    Arranging for another encounter with Leo presented a curious twist: they would have their encounter over On The Edge, the club that Brett owns in the apartment he shares with Lisa and Leo, and he and Lisa are allowed to watch.  




    Throughout the forays into voyeurism, exhibitionism and ménage, Virginia has been slowly developing her openness and sexuality as she understands herself and gains confidence.  With an eye for addressing both her very human and very female questions, we are treated to perspectives on the relationships shared by both she and Anando and the trio of Brett, Lisa and Leo.  




    Sizzling and detailed sexual encounters pepper this story, with the voicing of the characters aiding in the imagery and providing entrée into their own personalities and relationships in a way that fills both the prurient and realistic side of the reader’s questions.  A series that has potential for multiple twists and turns, but shows the strength and solidity of a relationship that is far out of the societal norm, and is wholly addictive. 








    I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 




    **Disclaimer** This book was read for review as part of the Beyond the Edge tour.  Order for reading the books provided by author:  Before the Edge, On The Edge, Over the Edge, Walking the Edge, Fifth Vision, Out of the Box, Living out of the Box and Beyond the Edge.

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  • Posted February 24, 2012

    Bad

    This book is ridiculous, don't waste your time!

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  • Posted November 30, 2011

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    Hot and steamy!

    My review: It was a serious erotica book! Serious in that sense, that Living Out of the Box included lot of explicit sex scenes, M/F, M/M, M/F/M scenes. I have read some of Kally¿s short stories, so I had an idea what to expect when started Living Out of the Box. What I wasn¿t prepared was how hot and steamy it was! It was well-written erotica book. The writing was colorful and detailed, leaving nothing out and it was easy to read. The characters were interesting and captivating. Regarding the plot: It was story about human woman Virginia moving in to her boyfriend, vampire Anando and exploring her sexuality. While I think, that the writing was excellent, then the story and the narrative were weaker. The story was about Virgina trying out different sexual experiences and finding out where her sexual limits went, but what I missed was something else ¿ a story which had some more action besides the sex scenes. There was not enough plotting in it. I missed some conflicts and the story developments in the book which was otherwise really well-written. I would have wanted to see more challenges besides the sexual challenges. I did enjoy how the structure of the book was built up. Each chapter had a different game or experience which Virginia and Anando tried, so chapters had clear start and ending of the story. I think it was a good idea to use Virginia¿s point of view and therefore I was very surprised and little disturbed by the last chapter where the story was described by Anando¿s point of view. It confused me. Regarding the characters: Characters were captivating. I enjoyed Virginia¿s curiosity and her courage to experiment and also Anando¿s support to Virginia. Both characters were nice and sweet and hot. I think that the supportive characters like Leo, Lisa and Brett gave extra spice to the book. Generally: If you like pure erotica books, then Living Out of the Box is definitely recommendable! Kallysten is very good erotica author. It¿s hot and sexy! 4 stars.

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  • Posted October 9, 2011

    A MUST READ ! ! ! ! ! The entire series.

    Omg this book was SOOO good! One of the BEST vampire book series I have ever read. Victoria and Anando are so romantic and the erotica is great too. MORE VICTORIA & ANANDO ..........PLEASE !!!!!!!!! To KALLYSTEN, you have a new fan.

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  • Posted October 3, 2011

    Incredible bookend to the series.....i need more!

    More plz

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  • Posted September 18, 2011

    Great!

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  • Posted September 7, 2011

    Great short read

    This was just as amazing as all the others with it fantasy roll playing. Just to read something so erotic it takes a toll on your hornmons. Just wish it was longer.

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