Bitten in the Big Easy by Delilah Devlin
(Femme Noir, Book One)

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Butterfly by Paisley Smith

Vampire Narcissa Csintalan is in a New Orleans bar, waiting on her tardy sister Elena, when she develops a raging fang-on for the bar's sinfully sexy, butch bass player. The bite marks on the songbird's neck put her at the top of Cissy's must-feed list.

Butterfly Baudelaire has sworn off strays, but the blonde coming on to her has a killer pair of fangs and looks like she knows how to use 'em. Butterfly's not banking on the bite Cissy takes out of her heart--or the fact more than her well-spanked bottom is in danger from her vampire lover.

Gilded Cage by Delilah Devlin

Since her turning, Elena Csintalan has wrestled her inner demon on a nightly basis. She never expects her limits to be tested--until she finds herself drawn to a tawny woman whose lush curves make her eyeteeth spike. Before she knows it, she's dangling inside an iron cage, one that's frighteningly familiar. And the punishment she endures is oh so divine...

Despite a surprising empathy she feels for the vampire she's captured, Cassia proceeds with her coven's plan--drain Elena of her blood at the height of orgasm to complete a potion that will protect them from Elena's maker. Cassia scried the darkness coming their way, and the monster has a name...the Countess Elizabeth Bathory.
 

About Delilah Devlin

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Delilah Devlin was born in Spokane, Washington, and spent her childhood as a US Air Force brat. As an adult, she rebelled and went into the army, the first of several careers that would guide her around the world. Today she makes her home in Arkansas and continues to travel. The award-winning author of several paranormal romance, erotic romance, and erotica novels, novellas, and short stories, she channels her interests in mythology, history, and the occult into her writing.
 
Published September 21, 2011 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 91 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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