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  • Scent of Scotland: Lord of Moray #1 (BBW Scottish Werewolf / Shifter Romance) by Mac Flynn

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    A feisty London lass is taken against her will to the wilds of Scotland where she finds she is destined to be the lady of a dashing lord. She intends that no such union will take place, but through common trials and trails she learns that the cards Fate dealt her may not be as terrible as she guessed.

  • John Peters in the land of Demons by A. H. Matai

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    My book is a fantasy, adventure, romance and drama novel. And this book’s subject is very new and first of its kind. A student of metaphysics gets stolen by demons and goblins. His friends Walk to find him to the world of demons. And the story of begins.

    This book will introduce you to the imaginary and the real world are linked together perfectly. Ignore hold out and around us and we did not see it. In the form of books aesthetically fiction and fantasy stated that the relationship between our world and the invisible world of the imagination an attractive and sweet portrays I have a fun story that can entertain you for a long time and a lot of good memories and an empty space for you to fill out a romantic and memorable. This story show us a Logical connection between our world and their based on evidence with an attractive story. It show us a life being in the land of demons, ghost and jinn to us. This is the first book of the series is four stories.

  • Game Play by Tina Collins

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    Game Play is a collection of 7 erotic short stories discovering just how far how a group of people will go to get their kicks. Anthony Riddle livens up his everyday job with behaviour that will leave his boss reeling if he is discovered. Or the visit to a sex shop by a lesbian couple who receives help from an unknown source. Or maybe the misogynist who finally realises the true meaning of ‘fire in the loins’… What games would you play? How far would you go to get the outcome you desire?

  • Legacy of Darkness by Jane Godman

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    It is 1837 and the young Queen Victoria has just ascended the English throne.

    Orphaned and penniless after her father’s death in India, Lucy Alleyne is forced to accept a post as companion to an elderly lady until a distant relative spirits her away to Castle Athal on the Cornish coast. But Lucy’s initial gratitude at Lady Demelza Jago’s benevolence soon gives way to unease.

    The ancient Cornish castle, known locally as Tenebris, is a dark monument to the family’s history and secrets. Within its embrace Lucy is drawn into friendship with Tynan Jago. The young Earl of Athal is handsome and poetic yet tortured, like his father before him. Tynan is utterly different from his uncle, Uther, whose seductive, leonine power radiates from his every word and gesture.

    Between them the two Jago men have innocent Lucy enthralled—mind, body and soul. If she remains within the bloodstained castle walls, with their history of ill-starred passion and madness, a mere broken heart will seem a blessing.

  • Echoes in the Darkness by Jane Godman

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    In the artistic circles of 1860s Paris she is known as the Divine Dita, Montmartre’s most sought-after nude model. But now she’s not so much striking a pose as playing a role, as fiancée to the next Earl of Athal. The charade is a favor to Dita’s best friend, Eddie Jago, a dissolute painter, and the aforementioned heir. As deceptions go, it is innocent compared with what is to come.

    On the grim Cornish coast, from the ashes of a ruined castle rises the Jagos’ sumptuous new manor house. The fresh-hewn stone, however, cannot absorb the blood of centuries or quiet the echoes of past crimes. Dita struggles to decipher the Jago family. There is Tynan, the kindly Earl, Lucia, his capable wife, handsome, volatile Eddie and sweet, sheltered sister Eleanor. Then there is Cad, the handsome second son whose reputation is impeccable in business, but scandalous in everything else.

    Drawn by friendship, ensnared by lust, Dita uncovers a sordid tangle of murder, desire and madness. It will lay her bare as no portraitist has done before.

  • Controlled: Cyborg Slave 1 (BBW, Alpha Male Billionaires, MMF Menage) by Steele Star

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    A big beautiful servant has signed away all her rights to enter the multibillionare D’arke household. But when the family’s massive, muscular and dominant alpha male sons – arrogant blond Beau and intimidating dark Max – order her to service them sexually, she discovers the rich are not human. Especially sexually. This 6,900 word story includes highly explicit oral and double penetrative sex, restraint and submission. It is intended only for those 18 and older.

  • Savannah Sins by Jenna Fox

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    Her prison becomes his hell…

    The only thing standing between Beverly Price and a prison cell is her well connected attorney, Jackson McNabb. Jackson pulls some legal strings, getting Beverly sent to his family’s plantation to work out her sentence at an isolated setting- the perfect place for sexual escapades. When Jack and Beverly act on the pent-up lust burning between them, their passion rouses an angry and restless spirit, setting off a series of frightening paranormal events and sending Beverly fleeing the arms of her lover, leaving Jack to fight for both of their lives.

  • The Reaper by Vince Barnett

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    It all started on May 21,1978 when 4 young kids venture off into the out skirts of Jefferson, Texas and ended up disappearing just like the rest of the people that disappeared in the town. Now, in present day, Los Angeles Creek College made an assignment for all students to do a report of a crime, At Los Angeles Creek College, 5 students take on an assignment that they will never forget.

  • Eternally Yours, Vampire Menage Collection by Tracey H. Kitts

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    Three vampire ménage novels by Tracey H. Kitts, combined for the very first time into one smoking hot collection. That is what you're getting with the Eternally Yours Vampire Ménage Collection.

    The Eternally Yours Vampire Ménage Collection includes:

    1. Bitten

    2. Necromancer

    3. Diary of An Incubus

    If you are easily offended, this collection might not be for you.

    BITTEN

    Sandra Ashton is a witch who suddenly finds herself dating three vampires. So, what do you do when you've got three immortal beings professing their undying or is that undead love for you? You agree to what they like to call, “joint custody.”

    WARNING: This book contains graphic language, violence, and lots of sex.

    NECROMANCER

    Jane Masters has no idea she's a necromancer. Luis and Henri are the vampires responsible for the power mingled in her blood. Though her love life improves dramatically after meeting them, Jane faces a more urgent situation than dating a vampire or two. As Luis and Henri reveal the details of her past life and the source of her power, they learn there's a killer on the loose and Jane is next on the list. As for her newly discovered past with the vampires, her heart remembers them. But will she survive to love them this time?

    WARNING: This book contains graphic violence, graphic language, and graphic sex, as well as two smoking hot vampires.

    DIARY OF AN INCUBUS

    Jewel Mathers needed a good story for her next novel. She turned to the ancient journals in desperation. But fame and fortune comes with a price … and a couple of hot vampires.

    WARNING: This story contains violence, lots of sex, and some frightening creatures. No werewolves were harmed in the making of this book.

  • Testament: The Trial by Edward V’Kanty

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    For the first time anywhere, Testament draws the reader into the New Yorke witch trials! Experience this 17th century horror firsthand and decide for yourself whether or not to condemn the accused for heresy and witchcraft.

    Testament: The Trial It is a matter of public record (and public knowledge) that, in the year 1692, the infamous witch trials swept through the colony of Salem, Massachusetts. While precious little may be known about the witch trials of Salem and those witches that the good puritans of Salem persecuted, there is even less known about the witch trials that swept through the remainder of the Thirteen Colonies. For instance, in 1665, twenty-seven years before the Salem witch trials, the people of New Yorke believed themselves to be plagued by the devil’s works and so the New Yorke Court of Assizes was established to deal with this spiritual epidemic. The New Yorke witch trials began with a very unusual case of witchcraft and heresy: that of Ralph and Mary Hall.

    The following fictionalized book is based upon the trial of Ralph and Mary Hall, accused of practicing witchcraft and sorcery against the family of Ann Rogers. This book takes a look at what may have happened and how New Yorke, like Salem, could have fallen prey to the fear of witchcraft.

    There is but one catch: You, the reader must determine the path this colony is to follow. There can be no greater responsibility than to be called upon to serve as a juror in these witch trials. After reading the journal entries of apprentice magistrate Singent Straubb and the court documents regarding the trial of accused witches Ralph Hall and his wife Mary, how will you cast your verdict?

    Testament Verdict: Guilty You have chosen to convict the Halls and condemn them to death as witches. Now read the remaining entries in the journal of Singent Straubb to learn what fate your verdict has had upon the entire colony of New Yorke…

    Testament Verdict: Not Guilty You have chosen not to convict the Halls and they shall be released forthwith. Only the journal of Singent Straubb may tell what fate your verdict will have upon the entire colony of New Yorke…

  • Toby by Amber Drappier

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    A stunning collection of twelve stories, designed and crafted to keep you entertained late into the night. This fictional series will test your limits and boundaries, as everyday situations develop and transform into something far more sinister than you can imagine.

    From the things that live under (or in!) your bed, to your children’s imaginary friends. Can the city survive the likes of Captain Morris? And what is to become of the world when the underground no longer exists? Perhaps the answer is to escape to an alternate reality, but is escape even possible?

    Toby takes you into a nightmarish wonderland of horror where things are never what they seem, and the very concept of reality, is nothing more than a murky tub of putrid bathwater.

  • Heaven’s Basement by Richard Poche

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    Bunny and Cody are a pair of escorts entertaining two low-rent dope dealers in a seedy motel. When one of the dealers attacks Cody, Bunny takes the law into her own hands and shoots the men dead. Stealing the drug dealer’s stash of cocaine and money, the women carjack a housekeeper at the motel.

    Lolita is no ordinary maid, however, as she mysteriously knows details about the prostitutes’ lives.

    Paul Nighthorse is an emotionally scarred deputy who catches the case. His pursuit takes a dark turn as his own demons come back to haunt him in the form of a stripper who has information on the whereabouts of the women.

    With the deputy in hot pursuit, the threesome go on the run. Lolita tries to talk the two women into giving their lives over to God. But Bunny thinks they finally have enough money to get out of the life. …Until Cody reveals that one of the men had bitten her.

    And now she thinks she is becoming a vampire.

    Before the night is over, the women realize that there are no easy getaways.

  • Fahra Shaheen’s Monster: The Curious Tale of a Creature Born in Death by Gia Maria Marquez

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    I scarcely can recount to you the sheer dread I experienced at the moment of my birth. It was an instant of pure pain, surmounted only by the shock and horror at the sight of my hideous body.

    You say it is unusual to remember so vividly the event of one’s birth? It astounds me that anyone could forget such excruciating trauma. What did it feel like? Like being struck by lightning, only the pain was a thousand times more agonizing. My nerves were zapped into cognizance by innumerable volts of electrical current—enough to return animation to that which had formerly been lifeless.

    My mind burst into being in an explosion of raw circuitry. My limbs flailed in all directions. After the distress of electrification subsided, the incisive sting of my many flesh wounds overwhelmed me. Suture scars seared the perimeters of my wrists and of my groin, where parts had been attached that were inorganic to my form. The agony of mere existence saw me howling like a wounded animal, for at that early point in my being I possessed no capacity for speech.

    It was only then that I beheld a human form hovering over me…

    Note: Fahra Shaheen’s Monster contains substantial violence and adult themes. Gia Maria Marquez’s corrupt adaptation of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” is not suitable for readers under the age of eighteen.

  • Dawn of Dark: Bedded by the Boogeyman #1 by Olivia Lyons

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    Poor Dani is married to a loser, and her sex life just plain sucks. She spends most evenings alone with her hand, fantasizing of a man who lives to satisfy her. One night, a monster called the boogeyman pays her a visit. He’s selfish, violent, and beyond dangerous – everything a woman wouldn’t want in a guy. At first, Dani is terrified that he’s going to kill her. When she gives her body to him, though, she finds out how arousing a bit of danger can be.

    This erotic short story is the first of a three-part serial. Features explicit content, including domination (slapping, name-calling, weapons) and monster-human lovemaking. Approximately 9,600 words.

  • Vampiress by William Sc0tt

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    A lady of the night, an undead, working as an exotic dancer, preys on people for blood in order to survive

  • Lilith Mercury, Werewolf Hunter Series (Boxed Set, Books 1-3) by Tracey H. Kitts

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    This is a collection of the first three books in the Lilith Mercury, Werewolf Hunter series. This series focuses on the life of Lilith Mercury, a werewolf Hunter who is also half werewolf. Did I mention there are several sexy men in her life? This story has graphic violence, and graphic sex. It also has a new take on the origins of werewolves and vampires. There are many ups and downs in Lilith’s life and much more to come.

    This series gets hotter as it goes. No werewolves were harmed in the making of this series.