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  • How I Became a Vengeful, Psycho Killer by Laura Becker

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    Dava never expected to find herself staring down the wrong end of a revolver in the prologue (or is it chapter one?) of a heart-pounding psychological thriller. But now that she has, there’s just enough time for an obligatory flashback to reflect on just how she got here before the gun goes off. How I Became a Vengeful, Psycho Killer is a suspenseful, sexy, self-aware thriller that knows the rules and plays by them all; with a surprise ending even the genre archetypes who populate this story don’t see coming. Sex, secrets, stalking, obsession, jealousy, mystery, and murder all converge on the life of 18-year-old Dava and everyone’s a suspect. Her not-so-loyal family, her so-called friends, her dangerously-jealous boyfriend, the intriguing femme fatale, and a fling from the wrong side of the tracks. But will she survive and make it to those two glorious words “the” and “end” to tell her own tale or will the epilogue hold a darkly satisfying twist?

  • Siphoners by Evan Bollinger

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    They’re called Siphoners

    Four strangers cursed, blessed, tormented by a deadly secret. A darkness.
    A horrifying truth now unleashed on the world…

    But for Donovan, Seth, Avanti and Frederick, this is only the beginning. After years of silence in the shadows, the truth has emerged. Bodies are racking up, people are disappearing, and the authorities, strangely, seem totally detached…

    The time has come.

    Four strangers, united by growing clues, and a growing sense of someone or something pulling the strings at every turn. A figure. A past. An evil of ancient proportions…

    The source of their problems, the origin of their natures, is waiting. Along with a nefarious plan, for a future nobody could have fathomed…

  • What Lies Beyond The Stars by Michael Goorjian

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    “A spiritual/philosophical mystery about reclaiming your ATTENTION from the distractions of the modern technological world.”

    Returning home to Mendocino, CA, Adam Sheppard has a chance encounter with a mysterious woman, only to later realize that she is a long-forgotten childhood friend. The coincidence of their reunion only deepens as Adam discovers she has come back to town due to a recurring dream, eerily similar to his own.

  • Special Minds by Ally K.

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    “If I could split my mind, make another me, would I just see myself like in a mirror? Or would I see through two sets of eyes? And if one of us died, would it feel like me? Could I keep on living? Or wouldn’t I feel anything at all?”
    Millicent Kale, a seventeen-year-old girl, as ordinary as it can get, or so she thinks. Confused in her own life she seeks understanding. And only one could give it to her, until the day that person dies. Overwhelmed with grief and sadness, Millicent is standing in her own way to a happy life. However an unbelievable incident turns her life upside down, showing her that she’s much more unique and special than she ever thought possible.
    Milly loves her job, but after her boss retires, the new CEO turns her life from control to chaos. Will this change affect her life forever?
    “Special Minds”, a love story, with fantasy parts that make the story work. You’ll find fun sidekicks and an irresistible billionaire MC.

  • Wooden Bell from the Past: A Novella by David Richard

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    Dream of 19th century; became true in 21st century.

    Despite a serial killer is killing people in New York; everyone is living their normal life except some of his victims.

    New York is the second name of success and for success hungry people; this is the first name of home. Two people – Jeff and Nancy – running on the same track with the same goal.

    Jeff is a street performer and he is playing guitar out of that building where Nancy works. Nancy has fallen in love with that guitar man on the first day of her job. She was thinking that he will be the only main reason for her to work here but she was wrong. After 3 days of her job, she was looking outside from the window of her building to see that guitar man as she used to, but that day New York was little different – little windy and little sunny. There was a true 17 to 18 years old New Yorker wearing a very loose dirty white shirt, a very loose dirty brown coat, a brown bow tie, also tied a white kerchief on his neck, and a brown cowboy hat. He introduced himself as Harvey Wilson.

    That mysterious boy Harvey Wilson has opened only two of his mystery in front of them; First, this is 19th century – and second, he is selling this wooden bell which his father was selling and it protects family.

  • Living for 19th Century’s Father by David Richard

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    A serial killer is killing people in New York by his vehicle. News has given him the name “Hit and Run Serial Killer.”

    Harvey’s father was selling wooden toys including wooden bells in 18th century but he was unable to sell enough to provide basic living to his family – until the day came when he gave his wooden bell to a seriously ill man and he had been alright by next morning. People started buying his wooden bells with a hope that this thing will protect their families. But as he died, people started taking his son and his wooden bell as a jinx.

    Harvey’s parents were died at the age of 14 and he was alone in 19th century. He never stopped trying to sell his father’s wooden bells but no one ever sold after his father. He realized later that this thing cannot protect anyone’s family but at the age of 50, he had a dream that this thing will protect families one day.

  • Down the Rabbit Hole by Wade Esley

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    *** WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT ***

    Trish and Erica have been best friends since the third grade. They’ve helped one another through some truly trying times and fully expected to be best friends forever. But as the two become fully immersed in adulthood, they struggle to redefine their relationship in new terms…terms that sometimes defy definition or even reason.

    “Down the Rabbit Hole” documents their erotic adventures, through one psychological twist after another, on their paths to self-discovery.

  • The Kiss of Karma 
 by Vimal Vaz

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    Young Ash lives with an abusive father in London’s East End, but he thinks his biggest problem is keeping his girlfriend a secret. Then he sees red stuff on his sister’s dress. Blood! She recites a sick poem. It means only one thing, and the thought is unbearable. Should he blow the whole thing wide open? The shame of it. There’s no one to turn to. “It’s our karma.” His mother’s answer for everything. But Ash refuses to accept this as fate. Alone, he embarks on a violent quest to get rid of his father.

  • Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic by Claudia Pulcher

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    Brand new! Now published for the first time, the story that 200,000 readers cheered-on as it posted chapter by chapter on Literotica.

    “Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic may freak out some readers, at first,” wrote one critic, “because Claudia Pulcher pulls you into wild erotic scenes of agony and ecstasy (never just one). In the end, though, this is a great love story. Leslie and Guy O’Brien are rewarded for taking crazy risks–and for their courage in casting off sexual convention–with the sexiest second honeymoon on record.”

    And a reader wrote: “They do it! They do it as millions of men and women, finding themselves in once-wonderful sexual relationships that no longer make the heart race, have longed to do it: They face every fear, take every risk, to set loose their fantasies!”

    Again and again, as their erotic encounters become almost surreal, like The Story of O on steroids, they ask each other where this is taking them. But they do not, or cannot, stop because all of it—the exhibitionism, the bondage, the lust unsuspected in colleagues or students or strangers, the beautiful bodies twisted in pain and equally unbearable pleasure—becomes an addiction. An addiction to living life on a level of sensuality now never absent, a sensuality that with unexpected experience takes body and imagination higher.

    For the reader, Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic is the same kind of journey as the arousal, anticipation, and sheer pace of living with Guy and Leslie and so many other red-hot characters mount chapter by chapter.

    All of it comes alive with Claudia Pulcher’s exquisitely sensual style, high-definition imagination, humor, and unfailing insight into love as well as lust.