The Love That Never Dies: Erotic Encounters With The Undead
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by M. Christian
Category: Erotica/BDSM Erotica/Fantasy
Description: Thousands of books have been written about love and sex between humans and werewolves, vampires, aliens, shapeshifters, ghosts, and other supernatural creatures. But, what about the real, honest, and alluringly bizarre world of the undead. Not just zombies - though a few are stumbling through this anthology - not just the once-alive - but also the differently-living? In these pages you'll discover things shambling out of tombs, existing on whole new plains of existence, and more. In the hands, and minds, of these deeply talented and wonderful writers nothing will be quite what it appears. Buckle yourself in and get ready for a ride will of unexpected twists and turns, where your libido and desires may go in one direction while your brain - screaming all the time "No no no no no no!" - goes the opposite. Including stories from erotic writing celebrities like Laura Antoniou, Nobilis Reed, Jay Lawrence, Billierosie, PM White, Ralph Greco, Jr. - and science fiction/horror stars such as Jean Marie Stine, Ernest Hogan and Chris Devito! Contents: One Drop By Laura Antoniou Robber By Kannan Feng Monster By Vamps By Dominic Santi Winnat's Pass By Billierosie The Ghost In The Machine By Karen Taylor Deliverance By Jay Lawrence Memory Man By PM White The Wolf Man And The Mule By Linda Watanabe Mcferrin Between Despair And Ecstasy By Angelia Sparrow The Man Who Visited Or Poor Brother Ed By Ralph Greco, Jr. Ghost By Heather Towne A Rock And A Hard Place By J. T. Seate Alive She Cried By Chris Devito Les Bon Temps By C. C. Williams Only In Your Dreams By A. Leigh Jones The Frankenstein Penis By Ernest Hogan A Pearl Of Great Price By Jean Marie Stine Horro Vacui By M. Christian
eBook Publisher: Renaissance E Books/Sizzler,
eBookwise Release Date: June 2012
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [327 KB]
Reading time: 208-291 min.
What is it about 'the other'? Oh, sure, there's that hoary old chestnut about opposites attracting but, really, why is it in human nature, the deep-down inky blackness within us all, that craves not just for the opposite, for what we can't have, but what it totally, and completely, weird.
Pages and pages and pages and pages (both digital and dead tree) have been dedicated to affection -- or just good, old-fashioned slippery and steamy sex -- between humans and [fill in the blank]. Werewolves get your fangs all nice and long? Well, there's a book about them. Vamps get your incisors sweetly sharp? There's something about them as well. "Loving the Alien?" You will not be disappointed by what's out there -- about Something Out There.
Which, no doubt, has led you here. Werewolves, vamps, aliens, shapeshifters, wizards, ghosts, mermaids ... been there, done them (both literally as well as figuratively) but what about the 'other' other? What about the real, honest, and alluringly bizarre world of the undead.
Ah, but not just zombies -- though a few are stumbling through this anthology -- but not just the once-alive but also the differently-living? In these pages you'll discover things shambling out of tombs, existing on whole new plains of existence, and more. Sure, a few may appear to be familiar but rest assured that in the hands, and minds, of these wonderful writers nothing will be quite what it appears -- and you may very well be in for a very long, and very strange, trip into the down-deep oddness that is our love for the total and complete other.
Prepare yourselves, folks. Buckle yourself in and get ready for a ride will of unexpected twists and turns, where your libido and desires may go in one direction while your brain -- screaming all the time "No no no no no no!" -- goes the opposite.
But before you peer out between your fingers at these stories, let me first step out of the spot light and give credit where credit is really do: without the wonderful writers of these fantastic tales this book about not be here. Here's to you all, you magnificently talented and deeply disturbed authors: thank you for the weird, strange, but best of all fun trip you've give us all.