Endless Night by Kenn Baker
Dawn of the Vampires (Volume 1)

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"He bites her lip, hard. “Oww! What the f#ck!” She creeches. This is “That” moment, she will see him for the monster he is, but it will be too late. She tries to pull away feebly as James grabs a big handful of tit, and yanks her forcefully towards his mouth. “Stop...” is all she gets out before his fangs meet her fleshy neck in a powerful snap. Adrenaline filled blood explodes into James’ mouth and the orgasm of it shoots through his entire being. His toes curl, and his c#ck swells as the life essence of the beautiful, but annoying actress drains. The salty metallic flavor of it sends wave after wave of pleasure shooting through his every inch. He feels Cindy’s heart beat weaken with every pulse of fresh blood that enters his mouth. He feels her soft fleshy breast growing cold as he squeezes her in a lovers embrace. He forgives her annoying voice, he absolves her of any sin. For a moment he loves her fully and completely... but that moment is short lived." Kenn Baker's Endless Night is not the average vampire book. This is a darkly intense story of lust, greed, violence, and primal urges that refuse to be ignored.....and I loved it! Filled with bloody scenes of sex and death, it is a more realistic look into what a world with vampires would be like. You won't find any love-sick, angst-filled vampires trying to find a way to love a human in this book. In fact, there are very few humans in this book: except for the ones that end up as lunch. When reading most vampire stories, I tend to root for the good guy. But in Endless Night, the good guy is a bad guy. Even though there was a ton of violence in the book, there is humor, too. I found myself laughing when humans were being torn apart, sometimes envisioning the characters dancing and laughing while slaughtering them (Think "A Clockwork Orange" but with vampires!). Baker's writing was extremely descriptive, which made the book that much more intense to read. Each and every character adds an extra level to the story with their unique personalities. I'm happy to know that the author is going to add to the series. I'd love to see more from all of the characters and find out where their lives are going to go. If you're looking for a sweet romance or a happily-ever-after story with rainbows and flowers, this is not the book for you. While there is humor and a little romance, it's a dark humor that not everyone will like. If you enjoy a little horror with your vampires, then I say this is a must-read. It really was a fantastic read that fans of gothic vampire romances will like. Endless Night is a delightfully dark walk on the wild side that was impossible to put down.
 

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Published January 3, 2012 by Kenn Baker. 184 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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