Vampire of Lust (M/M, M/F Vampire Erotica) [NOOK Book]

Overview

The vampire, Lord Eden Vitaelen begins his journey to reclaim his proper place among his people. But before he faces the Noble Council, he must feed using a method unique to his clan...Sex!

Warning! This 5,500 word story contains Vampires and explicit M/M/F Erotica and is intended for adult audiences only.

Excerpt:
There were several ...
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Vampire of Lust (M/M, M/F Vampire Erotica)

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Overview

The vampire, Lord Eden Vitaelen begins his journey to reclaim his proper place among his people. But before he faces the Noble Council, he must feed using a method unique to his clan...Sex!

Warning! This 5,500 word story contains Vampires and explicit M/M/F Erotica and is intended for adult audiences only.

Excerpt:
There were several possibilities close at hand. One rarely had to search very far to find a human in heat, the males were particularly excitable and made for potent surges of energy to snack on. Women however made more of a meal as the power of their lust endured many times longer than a mans. Eden was not picky, they all tasted great to him. He zeroed in on a building where there were many young humans, likely engaged in some sort of party. Lust and desire floated lazily on the wind from many sources within that building, an excellent place to hunt.

It was a tall two story home and Eden found easy entrance through an upstairs bedroom where the smells of sex were especially thick. The room was dark and before he even came through the window, the sounds of a woman moaning under the thrusts of a man could be heard. There were three in the room, one woman was on a bed by herself and smelled of fresh blood. She appeared to be unconscious, the source of blood a fresh trickle leaking from her mouth where she had been backhanded hard. Her youthful face showed the signs of age far beyond her years. One of her eyes was darkened, a fresh bruise gracing its surface. It was plain to see she had not lived an easy life. To Eden she was a black, cancerous hole of negative energy. She had been involved in sex recently, but none of the feelings of desire or lust clung to her. The proximity of her was enough to make Eden consider hunting elsewhere. But the sounds drew him back.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014595742
  • Publisher: D.C. James
  • Publication date: 7/12/2012
  • Series: Chronicles of Lord Vitaelen , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 726,614
  • File size: 19 KB

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