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Madeline Pryce’s “Claiming Ecstasy”

My first jump into Ellora’s Cave “Quickies,” but I should have expected the Wham! Bam! I may be jaded, but there it was, right in my face, in the first sentence of the story. You know. The thrusting and that four-letter-word that rhymes with “sock.” And slattern that I am, I read on. Nicolas Larkin, a cruel, elegant man is wringing both pleasure and pain from Jolie Dupree, his affianced bride, on the eve of their wedding. And that’s the way she likes it, much to her dismay. She Read more […]

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Nightlife New York

Travis Luedeke’s “The Nightlife: New York” 1

Aaron is a young waiter, stuck in a rut, dumped by his girlfriend and taken advantage of by his roommate. It seems he has nothing going on in his life other than supplying beer for his buddy’s impromptu parties, until the night he tries to save a beautiful blonde from getting assaulted by two dirty cops. In a second, his life changes: the gunshot mortally wounding him, and the blonde angel transforming his life into the afterlife of a vampire. Once he awakens into his new life, he finds he is Read more […]