Dark Passions by Jeff Gelb
(Hot Blood)

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Not all love is innocent. Some desires swallow you whole. . .

There's more than meets the eye to the twenty twisted pleasures collected here, with death and desire lying in wait behind every corner.

One goth girl finds the man whose love can make her beautiful and whose body can bring her ecstasy—if she can stomach the price. . .

A zombie apocalypse destroys a man's family, but "til death do us part" is a vow his wife won't forget—even if she's now more on the undead side.

A vampire hunter wakes up the morning after and has to discover what forbidden pleasures he indulged in the night before—he suspects they might involve the drop-dead gorgeous bloodsucker next door. . .

These and many more tales of sinister passion lie inside—if you aren't afraid of the dark. . ..

 

About Jeff Gelb

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Jeff Gelb is the leading anthologist in contemporary horror. He is the coeditor of the Hot Blood erotic horror series, which features multiple Bram Stoker Award winners. His anthologies have debuted new fiction by Stephen King, Lawrence Block, Joyce Carol Oates, Ramsey Campbell, and Brian Lumley. He lives in CA. About the Authors: Michael Grant is a well-known classical scholar and the author of many books on classical mythology. John Hazel, also a classical scholar, is the editor of an edition of Ovid's poetry. Dr. Michael Tlanusta Garrett, Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation, is a counselor and consultant based out of eastern North Carolina, and is a licensed and certified school counselor in North Carolina and Florida, respectively. He holds a Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education and a M.Ed. in Counseling and Development from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a B.A. in Psychology from North Carolina State University. Dr. Michael Tlanusta Garrett's central research focus has emphasized exploring the relationship between cultural values, acculturation, and wellness with implications for developmental, culturally-based therapeutic interventions; strength-based work to improve wellness and resilience of children, adolescents, and adults in families, schools, and communities; better understanding bicultural competence; prevention of school dropout among at-risk youth; and spiritual issues in counseling.
 
Published October 4, 2011 by Pinnacle Books. 352 pages
Genres: Romance, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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