Decades of prosperity have left the realms of man happy, healthy … and complacent. Bounty, fertility, and a bright future lay ahead for all, or so it would seem. For during these happy times, the enemies of men have planned, and gathered — and waited. All across the land, hubris, arrogance, and decadence have left the world of man vulnerable, weak, ripe for the taking.
For decades the nocturne have bided their time, bolstered their numbers, and sown the seeds of man’s downfall. Now the time has come to crush the armies of men, for wiping human civilization from the earth — and for the rise of the vampires.
Caught in a terrifying series of events, a humble landowning family, torn asunder by the whims of a jaded, cruel noblewoman, seeks to be reunited. Young Owen, deprived of his Sophie, finds himself thrust into a mission his youth has left him ill-suited to carry out. And Sophie’s father, vowing to do anything to retrieve his daughter, prepares to sell his soul for her freedom.
Evil has come to the realms of men ― and only the power of love has the chance to save it.
***NOTE — Originally published as “A Lady And A Maid***
Publisher’s Warning: Intended for mature readers. 18 and over only!
This novel features the following themes: explicit BDSM sexuality, including MF, MFM, FF, pony play, vampirism, and graphic violence.
40595 words (144 pages).
Targeted Audience: 21+
Trent Evans is an independent author of BDSM erotic romance and erotica. Putting pen to paper since he was a wee lad, he decided to try to share some of the tales cooked up in his fevered imagination. Some readers might not be horrified at what he writes. He tries to write stories that appeal to both women and men (wow, threading the needle), but will follow wherever the story takes him.
A long-time resident of the Pacific Northwest, the author believes that the high percentage of authors in the region (compared to the nation as a whole) is chiefly due to the fact that it’s so damned wet and miserable all the time there. They tend to use their long hours cooped up inside spinning yarns that depict things they’ll never see or experience — such as sunshine.
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