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About the author:
In her spare time she likes to fish, write mind blowing erotica and rescue any 4-legged creature in need.
What inspired you to write your book?
I love what I read and I write what I love and that is Vampires.
Here is a short sample from the book:
The year was 1692, spring in rural France. Sebastian Benoit was being chased from his mistresses’ bed by her husband, and needless to say, he wasn’t a happy hubby. The poor sap was unable to fulfill his wife’s needs, multiple needs but ones Sebastian took pride in fulfilling.
He found them atop their marital bed with Sebastian dining beneath his wife’s skirt, and her nether stocks wrapped round her ankles. Her husband cursed aloud while sending a candelabra whizzing past Sebastian’s head. Reluctantly, he gave his mistress a final tongue lashing, wiped his chin clean and dove out the bedroom window—two stories up. There was no way that fat bastard was going to catch him.
Her name was Gabriella, she was far too young for her husband, but her father had traded her hand for a flock of sheep. At the time, that was a high price to pay, but little did her father know that her promiscuity would be the death of her. Literally, as her husband may just kill her. She was one of many disgruntled wives in town that Sebastian serviced while the husbands were away. They fed him and bathed him, and in return, he took care of their primal needs. Labors of love, he preferred to call it.