A Vampire's Game by Peter Dawes

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an erotic tale of darker desires

The vampire, Flynn, is well acquainted with the taste of fear in his victim's blood. But during an evening of indulgence, his immortal sister, Rose, suggests that lust can be just as exotic a flavor as terror.

Flynn is eager to compare, and with his devilishly good looks and bold charm, mortal women won't know until it's too late none of his boasts are an act.


This short-story contains adult content, and a graphic depiction of a vampire who has no intention of allowing his victim to live.

Approx 7,000 words in length

About Peter Dawes

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Peter Dawes is an author of urban fantasy, native to the Philadelphia, PA area. The stories he writes often focus on the paranormal, with real life people being thrown into extraordinary circumstances. The clash of good vs evil and hero vs villain is a staple of his work, though he is never content to leave the hero unscathed by the end of the day. There is always a trial experienced and a lesson learned, even if it's learned the hard way.Far from being an archetypal author, though, Peter Dawes recognizes that what is black and white is often painted with shades of gray and even the heroes fall while the villains rise above. To Peter, the classic struggle epitomizes something within all of us that digs deep for the last mile, doggedly holds on to love, and sometimes ignores the safe path for the road less traveled.He also may or may not be a vampire. He leaves that for the reader to determine. The stories are retold by Victor Mason, who first told these stories in a publication named "The Haughty Toad." A keen ornithologist who conducts bird-watching tours in Bali, Mason also wrote "The Birds of Bali."The stories are illustrated by Trina Bohan-Tyrie, a professional watercolorist currently living in Indonesia. Over the last 20 years she has exhibited in New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Zimbabwe and Britain. Bohan-Tyrie holds joint and solo watercolor exhibitions in Indonesia, drawing inspiration from the country's colors, textures and people. She is a member of the British Watercolor Society.
Published August 24, 2011 by Crimson Melodies. 24 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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