Let your imagination take flight with this quartet of lusty novellas. In the second volume of the Lust series, our authors bring you atmospheric tales of winged creatures that will lift you from this world. Shapeshifters, monsters, and creatures from legend deliver erotic horror with a flutter of romance.
If it weren't for bad luck with men, she'd have no luck at all. In Devi Ansevi's Captive Mate, reality will never be the same for graduate student Berry Randall. She's just learned that shifters are real, and they want her for their mate. Can she escape her captors? Or will she find freedom in the arms of the winged gryphons?
In Jacqui Greaves' Blood of Stone, Fredegund has guarded her petrified charges for a century. With the rising of the twin moons, the Grotesques are awakening, hungry for more than food. Meanwhile, the human hordes have created the Charm, a seductress destined to destroy the balance of power between Grotesques and humans. Can Fredegund prevent the coming disaster, or will her world be changed forever?
Lila seeks a man who can satisfy her darkest desires. Porphyro and the virginal Madeleine are preparing to elope. In Ina Morata's Flights of Fantasy, Lila sets her sights on entrapping Porphyro, and sets sexy enticements to dispose of Madeleine. When her plans go awry, Lila must use her Lilitu wiles to seduce them both.
In Essemoh Teepee's Leonora, Marked by Daemons, we meet a feisty young woman with a secret. The SHAKKAN are the Shepherds, and humanity is their flock. For millennia they have bred Mark Bearers like Leo to withstand the most extreme forms of pleasure and pain. But nothing ever stays the same, and this is a time of great change.
Berry thought her cousin had died. She was taken to the mountains where she found him alive. Leo and Fisher were winged gryphons who taught her lust. - Fredegund is empowered with the future of humans and Grotesques - Lila uses her wiles to seduce Madeline and Porphyro. - To withstand pleasure and pain, Leo was just one of the Mark Bearers to be bred for this. One woman could change that. Fun listen and great narration.
If I had understood that all stories were incomplete I would not have purchased the book. I only listened to the first one in its limited entirety. The rest could not hold my attention.