Popular Erotic Horror Books

20+ [Hand Picked] Popular Books On Erotic Horror

Discover the list of some best books written on Erotic Horror by popular award winning authors. These book on topic Erotic Horror highly popular among the readers worldwide.

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Desecrating Solomon by Lucian Bane

On the seventh day of the seventh year… she desecrates. Evil keeps a formidable schedule in Weston, West Virginia. Every seventh year, spirits from the town's abandoned insane asylum seek worthy souls to command. But this seventh year, a desecration unlike any before is scheduled to ravage the town. And Solomon Gorge is lured to the harrowing event by the screams of Silence On the seventh day of the seventh year… she desecrates. Evil keeps a formidable schedule in Weston, West Virginia. Every seventh year, spirits from the town's abandoned insane asylum seek worthy souls to command. But this seventh year, a desecration unlike any before is scheduled to ravage the town. And Solomon Gorge is lured to the harrowing event by the screams of Silence.

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4.4/5

Desecrating Solomon II by Lucian Bane

On the seventh day, of the seventh year... she desecrates Solomon and Chaos find themselves in the hands of evil. Tortuous days in the old asylum are no longer a thing of the past. The church is looking for redemption in the form of Solomon Gorge. And the deranged spirits of the past, beckon Solomon to come... come and see the secrets hiding in the walls of the asylum.

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4.2/5

Love In Vein II by Poppy Z. Brite (Editor)

Be warned. If you found Love in Vein too disturbingly dark, too exquisitely explicit, too deliciously erotic in the secrets it revealed -- you're going to adore Love in Vein II. Poppy Z. Brite has done it again with a provocative new collection even more dangerously seductive, more boldly erotic than her first. It is not for everyone. But it may be what you need.

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4/5

Kiss and Kill by Jeff Gelb (Editor / Contributor) , Michael Garrett (Editor / Contributor) , Graham Masterton (Contributor) , Brian Hodge (Contributor) , Graham Watk

Sixteen erotic horror stories include the tales of fantasy-fulfilling cheerleaders, a modern den of sin and its centuries-old acts of debauchery, and a competition over sexual conquest by two wives.

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4.5/5

Tuesday Apocalypse by Vicy Cross

In the war-weary year of 1940, just one rundown hospital survives London's collapse. Sister Barbara, a nun and volunteer nurse, inspires hope in her patients, but that faith is shaken when an unidentified aircraft explodes near the hospital. The half-eaten corpse beneath the mangled wreckage appears to corroborate the pilot's story that some sort of "tentacle-monster" atta In the war-weary year of 1940, just one rundown hospital survives London's collapse. Sister Barbara, a nun and volunteer nurse, inspires hope in her patients, but that faith is shaken when an unidentified aircraft explodes near the hospital. The half-eaten corpse beneath the mangled wreckage appears to corroborate the pilot's story that some sort of "tentacle-monster" attacked his plane. However, Sister Barbara pushes these dangers aside and plunges beyond the rubble when the man she loves disappears in the wastelands. She discovers a bloodstained beauty in his place-but the girl's outward innocence hides a voracious sexual appetite, and an even more disturbing secret. One by one, the terrified patients vanish from their beds. Titillating tentacles lick the hospital walls at night. And the dreams, always the dreams, drawing Sister Barbara deeper into a well of madness. She suspects she and the other women at the hospital are transforming into something... unholy. Sister Barbara knows she must figure out what before the evil in their midst consumes them all.

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3.6/5

Deadly After Dark by Jeff Gelb (Editor / Contributor) , Forrest J. Ackerman (Contributor) , Lucy Taylor (Contributor) , Edward Lee (Contributor) , Sidney Williams (Cont

The fourth sizzling collection in the Hot Blood series. Here is terror beyond the last taboo in an all-new collection of original erotic horror from today's fright masters--Jack Ketchum, Graham Masterton, Lucy Taylor and more.

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3.8/5

Cthulhurotica by Carrie Cuinn (Editor) , Cody Goodfellow , Kenneth Hite , K.V. Taylor , Don Pizarro , Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Goo

REVISED EDITION! From independent publisher Dagan Books, Cthulhurotica is an exciting new anthology of erotic horror, inspired by the writing of H. P. Lovecraft. This decadent collection contains unique creations of Mythos fiction, plus thought-provoking academic essays. In addition, the revised edition contains more than 20 pieces of original art. With work by Cody Goodfell REVISED EDITION! From independent publisher Dagan Books, Cthulhurotica is an exciting new anthology of erotic horror, inspired by the writing of H. P. Lovecraft. This decadent collection contains unique creations of Mythos fiction, plus thought-provoking academic essays. In addition, the revised edition contains more than 20 pieces of original art. With work by Cody Goodfellow, Kenneth Hite, Steven J. Scearce, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Gabrielle Harbowy, Matthew Marovich, Kirsten Brown, Richard Baron, Don Pizarro, K.V. Taylor, Jennifer Brozek, Galen Dara, Mae Empson, Nathan Crowder, Leon J. West, and many more ... Contents Astrophobos by H.P. Lovecraft Introduction by Carrie Cuinn Descent of the Wayward Sister by Gabrielle Harbowy The C-Word by Don Pizarro Infernal Attractors by Cody Goodfellow Daddy’s Girl by Madison Woods Victim of Victims by Anonymous The Cry in the Darkness by Richard Baron Riemannian Dreams by Juan Miguel Marin Turning On, Tuning In, and Dropping Out at the Mountains of Madness by Ahimsa Kerp Song of the Catherine Clark by Maria Mitchell Between a Rock and an Elder Goddess by Mae Empson The Fishwives of Sean Brolly by Nathan Crowder Flash Frame by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Transfigured Night by K.V. Taylor The Lake at Roopkund by Andrew Scearce Ipsa Scientia by Constella Espj Amid Disquieting Dreams by Leon J. West The Dreamlands of Mars by Travis King The Assistant from Innsmouth by Steven J. Scearce The Summoned by Clint Collins Sense by Matthew Marovich Optional On The Beach At The Festival Of Shug Niggurath by Gary Mark Bernstein Le Ciél Ouvert by Kirsten Brown Astrophobos, conclusion by H.P. Lovecraft ESSAYS Cthulhu’s Polymorphous Perversity by Kenneth Hite The Sexual Attraction Of The Lovecraftian Universe by Jennifer Brozek Cthulhurotica, Female Empowerment, and the New Weird by Justin Everett, PhD ILLUSTRATIONS Cthulhurotica by Oliver Wetter Glyphs by Carrie Cuinn Into the Darkness by Galen Dara The Widow's Walk by Galen Dara Infernal Machine by Galen Dara Shirley's Demon Lover by Galen Dara Whateley Family Portrait by Kirsten Brown Wandering Bride by Galen Dara Lovecraftian Love by Galen Dara Deep Ones by Galen Dara Woman, Yellow by Galen Dara Love from the Black Lagoon by Galen Dara Your Fisheater by Stephen Stanley The Whateley Estate by Galen Dara Anna by Galen Dara The Box by Galen Dara The Brides of Tindalos by Kirsten Brown Great Rift by Galen Dara Plus additional interior images by Carrie Cuinn

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3.6/5

Bump in the Night by Rachel Haimowitz (editor) , Heidi Belleau , Ally Blue , Kari Gregg , Peter Hansen , Laylah

Turn off the lights . . . and turn on your darkest fantasies. Demon pacts. Ghostly possessions. Monsters lurking in the depths. The things that go bump in the night frighten us, but they also intrigue us. Fascinate us. Even turn us on. Join us as fan favorites Ally Blue and Kari Gregg bring over-amorous aquatic beasts to life with their mythic twists on the Siren and the m Turn off the lights . . . and turn on your darkest fantasies. Demon pacts. Ghostly possessions. Monsters lurking in the depths. The things that go bump in the night frighten us, but they also intrigue us. Fascinate us. Even turn us on. Join us as fan favorites Ally Blue and Kari Gregg bring over-amorous aquatic beasts to life with their mythic twists on the Siren and the monster in the lake. Erotic horror pros Heidi Belleau, Sam Schooler, and Brien Michaels show us just how sexy scary can be with a pair of demon deals destined to curl your toes and set your heart thrashing. And literary masters Laylah Hunter and Peter Hansen weave haunting worlds where ghosts and dead lovers can touch our hearts (and other, naughtier places too . . .) and teach us lessons from beyond the grave. By turns exciting, evocative, and exquisitely explicit, the stories in Bump in the Night are sure to scratch your sexy paranormal itch. Explore your wildest fantasies with us in this collection of dark erotic tales.

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4.2/5

Voices of the Damned by Barbie Wilde

“Damaged people, ultraviolence, murder and explicit sex—what’s not to love about her work?” —“Bad Barbie” Featurette, Fangoria (America’s #1 Horror Magazine) Enter into the mind of Barbie Wilde, whose disturbing interior world teems with the voices of rebellious female demons, devilish witches, semen-hungry neo-vampires, raging gods and home invaders, the fiends of sleep par “Damaged people, ultraviolence, murder and explicit sex—what’s not to love about her work?” —“Bad Barbie” Featurette, Fangoria (America’s #1 Horror Magazine) Enter into the mind of Barbie Wilde, whose disturbing interior world teems with the voices of rebellious female demons, devilish witches, semen-hungry neo-vampires, raging gods and home invaders, the fiends of sleep paralysis, pint-sized store-front preachers with a whiff of sulfur, body horrors of the most grotesque kind, clandestine aliens and Zulu zombies. These truly are the Voices of the Damned: eleven short horror stories from Barbie Wilde, actress (Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Death Wish 3) and dark crime-horror novelist (The Venus Complex). Fangoria has called Wilde “one of the finest purveyors of erotically charged horror fiction around.” Each story is accompanied by seductive, haunting, full color artworks and illustrations created by some of the most imaginative artists in the genre: Clive Barker, Nick Percival, Steve McGinnis, Daniele Serra, Eric Gross, Tara Bush, Vincent Sammy, & Ben Baldwin. Editorial Reviews: Publishers Weekly 'Starred Review': "In this impressive collection of short stories, actor Wilde (who played the Female Cenobite in the film classic Hellbound: Hellraiser II) reveals a world of beautiful fear. The most delightfully terrifying entries form the Cilicium Trilogy, which reveals the complex origin and destiny of Sister Cilice. This character-focused exploration is sensual in its brutality. In "Writer's Block," Wilde combines the psychological torture of an unknown artist with the erotic egotism of fandom to create a fascinating sexual horror. She creates a dreadful family legacy in "Botophobia," in which there are not merely skeletons in the closet but unworldly powers hidden in the basement. Wilde's mastery of shocking violence is given full rein in subjects ranging from reclusive self-imprisonment to the exploration of European nightmares. As much a chilling collection of frightful fiction as a delight for the darker senses, this is a satisfying triumph in a befitting, unforgiving, style." "Violence, pitch-black humour and yes, sex can be found in equal measure in her work, drawing complimentary comparisons to Clive Barker’s early works in his seminal Books of Blood collections." —Ron McKenzie, writer: Thoughts & Scribbles, Rue Morgue and artist: ronniemick at deviantart “this collection of eleven short stories confirms Wilde as a foremost author of erotic horror fiction...” —Jon Towlson, Starburst magazine and author of Subversive Horror Cinema: Countercultural Messages of Films from Frankenstein to the Present “...her work is so uncanny and fearless, it is a must have for any horror aficionado.” —filmmakers The Soska Sisters “Wilde is never one to shy away from verbose analysis of carnal pleasure, and in Voices of the Damned she certainly sets the bar high with regards to steamy, gory terror.” —Colin McCracken, Zombie Hamster “Raised from the dead, this phantasmagoria of tales offers well-written mini-nightmares that will traumatize, titillate, and stick in your mind long after you’ve closed the book.”   —Filmmaker Izzy Lee, Fangoria Online "Reading Barbie Wilde has given me pervature of the spine. My eyes weep jizz, and I can't take a wizz without melting someone's face off. Now THAT'S entertainment!" —John Skipp, New York Times best-selling author "When I read ‘The Venus Complex’ by Barbie Wilde, I was enthralled. It was magnificent in every way, and I knew then that the literary and horror fiction world in general, truly had someone special on their hands. So you can probably imagine my glee when I was offered the chance to review Barbie Wilde’s new work, the brilliant short story collection ‘Voices of the Damned’. The opening story is erotically charged and bristling with descriptions of violence, that those who’ve read Barbie’s previous work will have come to expect."  —reelgingermoviefan.com

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4.7/5

Seeds of Fear by Jeff Gelb (Editor / Contributor) , Michael Garrett (Editor / Contributor) , Brinke Stevens (Contributor) , Ronald Kelly (Contributor) , Billie Sue M

Here, you will watch as a trucker with a taste for roadside romance gets more than he bargains for from a midnight pickup. A porn producer finds a long tall Amazon beauty who might just fit the bill for his film--until she proves way too much woman for him to handle. A sexy streetwalker with a mutated mean streak tells how being a real "freak" can be good for business. And Here, you will watch as a trucker with a taste for roadside romance gets more than he bargains for from a midnight pickup. A porn producer finds a long tall Amazon beauty who might just fit the bill for his film--until she proves way too much woman for him to handle. A sexy streetwalker with a mutated mean streak tells how being a real "freak" can be good for business. And follow an unlucky stud as he sets up a hot threesome, and ends up the odd man out. Dare to taste the forbidden fruits of wickedness and desire, and discover that true terror is best served ripe on the vine.

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3.6/5

Stranger by Night by Jeff Gelb (Editor / Contributor) , Michael Garrett (Editor / Contributor) , Tom Piccirilli (Contributor) , Ramsey Campbell (Contributor) , Brinke Stevens (Contributor)

Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Graham Masterton, Brinke Stevens, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Lucy Taylor, Mike Newton, and other conjurers of the darkest demons of the human id bring new stories to this series. Here are sex-driven, horror-laced tales from master writers who follow no rules, except one--hold back nothing. Table of Contents xi • Introduction (Stranger by Night) • Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Graham Masterton, Brinke Stevens, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Lucy Taylor, Mike Newton, and other conjurers of the darkest demons of the human id bring new stories to this series. Here are sex-driven, horror-laced tales from master writers who follow no rules, except one--hold back nothing. Table of Contents xi • Introduction (Stranger by Night) • essay by Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett 1 • Take It As It Comes • short story by Tom Piccirilli 13 • The Body in the Window • short story by Ramsey Campbell 31 • Jacking In • novelette by Brinke Stevens 60 • End of the Road • short story by Edo van Belkom 71 • Just Sex • short story by Michael Garrett 91 • Skin Deep • short story by Christa Faust 103 • Home Movies • short story by Bruce Jones 114 • The Jajouka Penis-Beetle • novelette by Graham Masterton 149 • Beached • short story by Wendy Rathbone 169 • Hot Phosphor • novelette by John B. Rosenman 190 • Male-Call • short story by Lucy Taylor 204 • Five Card Stud • short story by Michael Newton 214 • Video Date • short story by Jeff Gelb 227 • Impulse • novelette by Yvonne Navarro 251 • Dead Girls in Love • short story by Gary Bowen and Edward Lee 265 • Getting Wet • short story by Alexa deMonterice 278 • Back Row • (1988) • short story by Brian Lumley 288 • Godflesh • novelette by Brian Hodge 313 • The Contributors (Stranger by Night) • essay by uncredited

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3.2/5

The Safety of Unknown Cities by Lucy Taylor

"One of the most impressive debut novels . . . centered around relationship-driven fiction catalyzed by horrific events, mostly realistic, sometimes supernatural. . . . Indeed it's sexual, it's graphically written, but it's also . . . an affecting and powerful novel about heartbreak and the untimely destruction of childhood." --Edward Bryant, Locus

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3.7/5

NightWhere by John Everson

She yearned to go beyond... but some curtains should never be opened. When Rae broached the idea of visiting an underground sex club, Mark didn't blink. He should have. Because NightWhere is not your usual swingers club. Where it's held on a given night...only those who receive the red invitations know. Soon Rae is indulging in her lust for pain. And Mark is warned by a bea She yearned to go beyond... but some curtains should never be opened. When Rae broached the idea of visiting an underground sex club, Mark didn't blink. He should have. Because NightWhere is not your usual swingers club. Where it's held on a given night...only those who receive the red invitations know. Soon Rae is indulging in her lust for pain. And Mark is warned by a beautiful stranger to take his wife away before it's too late. But it's already too late. Because Rae hasn't come home. Now Mark is in a race against time -- to find NightWhere again and save his wife from the mysterious Watchers who run the club. To stop her from taking that last step through the degradations of The Red into the ultimate BDSM promise of The Black. More than just their marriage and her life are at stake: Rae is in danger of losing her soul...

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3.6/5

Kraken by M. Caspian

Kraken: A gothic erotic horror with tentacle non-con. When boyfriend Parker gives him an ultimatum Will never dreams his heart is about to be ripped out: move to a remote off-shore island with him, or call it quits. But Will picks wrong, and now he’s heading into the unknown to fix his mistake. But why do the locals think they recognise him? And why can’t he seem to leave? R Kraken: A gothic erotic horror with tentacle non-con. When boyfriend Parker gives him an ultimatum Will never dreams his heart is about to be ripped out: move to a remote off-shore island with him, or call it quits. But Will picks wrong, and now he’s heading into the unknown to fix his mistake. But why do the locals think they recognise him? And why can’t he seem to leave? Reader advisory: This work of fiction contains explicit sexual activities between men that may offend some people. It also contains scenes of rape, extreme violence, tentacles, and reference to sexual abuse of children. 63,000 words Available at Amazon for Kindle, and Smashwords in all formats.

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3.5/5

The Ravishing of Beauty by Jessica Satin

Warning: This story was written to unlock your darkest fantasies and innermost desires. It is not for the faint of heart and is not your mother's erotica. All of the sexual descriptions found in this book are very explicit in nature. It's not suitable for someone under 18 years of age. Read at your own risk. Belle's choice to become the Beast's prisoner changes her in ways Warning: This story was written to unlock your darkest fantasies and innermost desires. It is not for the faint of heart and is not your mother's erotica. All of the sexual descriptions found in this book are very explicit in nature. It's not suitable for someone under 18 years of age. Read at your own risk. Belle's choice to become the Beast's prisoner changes her in ways she never imagined. After her Beast transforms back into his human form, they eagerly explore each other’s bodies. He can ram his fingers into her and probe his tongue deep between her lips. She can feel the warm bulge of his muscles and run her fingers through his red-gold hair, but it’s not enough. Their sexual affair began long before he was human, and Belle can’t help remembering what it was like to have sex with her Beast. She learned to love him through all the blood and sacrifice it required. Belle and Prince Adam must learn to find new ways to express their depraved desires Words: 16,700

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4.9/5

The Venus Complex by Barbie Wilde

A man rises out of an abyss of frustration and rage and creates works of art out of destruction, goddesses out of mere dental hygienists and beauty out of death. It's also about the sickness and obsession that is LOVE. Enter into Michael's world through the pages of his personal journal, where every diseased thought, disturbing dream, politically incorrect rant and sexuall A man rises out of an abyss of frustration and rage and creates works of art out of destruction, goddesses out of mere dental hygienists and beauty out of death. It's also about the sickness and obsession that is LOVE. Enter into Michael's world through the pages of his personal journal, where every diseased thought, disturbing dream, politically incorrect rant and sexually explicit murder highlights his journey from zero to psycho.

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3.8/5

Voices of the Damned by Barbie Wilde

“Damaged people, ultraviolence, murder and explicit sex—what’s not to love about her work?” —“Bad Barbie” Featurette, Fangoria (America’s #1 Horror Magazine) Enter into the mind of Barbie Wilde, whose disturbing interior world teems with the voices of rebellious female demons, devilish witches, semen-hungry neo-vampires, raging gods and home invaders, the fiends of sleep par “Damaged people, ultraviolence, murder and explicit sex—what’s not to love about her work?” —“Bad Barbie” Featurette, Fangoria (America’s #1 Horror Magazine) Enter into the mind of Barbie Wilde, whose disturbing interior world teems with the voices of rebellious female demons, devilish witches, semen-hungry neo-vampires, raging gods and home invaders, the fiends of sleep paralysis, pint-sized store-front preachers with a whiff of sulfur, body horrors of the most grotesque kind, clandestine aliens and Zulu zombies. These truly are the Voices of the Damned: eleven short horror stories from Barbie Wilde, actress (Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Death Wish 3) and dark crime-horror novelist (The Venus Complex). Fangoria has called Wilde “one of the finest purveyors of erotically charged horror fiction around.” Each story is accompanied by seductive, haunting, full color artworks and illustrations created by some of the most imaginative artists in the genre: Clive Barker, Nick Percival, Steve McGinnis, Daniele Serra, Eric Gross, Tara Bush, Vincent Sammy, & Ben Baldwin. Editorial Reviews: Publishers Weekly 'Starred Review': "In this impressive collection of short stories, actor Wilde (who played the Female Cenobite in the film classic Hellbound: Hellraiser II) reveals a world of beautiful fear. The most delightfully terrifying entries form the Cilicium Trilogy, which reveals the complex origin and destiny of Sister Cilice. This character-focused exploration is sensual in its brutality. In "Writer's Block," Wilde combines the psychological torture of an unknown artist with the erotic egotism of fandom to create a fascinating sexual horror. She creates a dreadful family legacy in "Botophobia," in which there are not merely skeletons in the closet but unworldly powers hidden in the basement. Wilde's mastery of shocking violence is given full rein in subjects ranging from reclusive self-imprisonment to the exploration of European nightmares. As much a chilling collection of frightful fiction as a delight for the darker senses, this is a satisfying triumph in a befitting, unforgiving, style." "Violence, pitch-black humour and yes, sex can be found in equal measure in her work, drawing complimentary comparisons to Clive Barker’s early works in his seminal Books of Blood collections." —Ron McKenzie, writer: Thoughts & Scribbles, Rue Morgue and artist: ronniemick at deviantart “this collection of eleven short stories confirms Wilde as a foremost author of erotic horror fiction...” —Jon Towlson, Starburst magazine and author of Subversive Horror Cinema: Countercultural Messages of Films from Frankenstein to the Present “...her work is so uncanny and fearless, it is a must have for any horror aficionado.” —filmmakers The Soska Sisters “Wilde is never one to shy away from verbose analysis of carnal pleasure, and in Voices of the Damned she certainly sets the bar high with regards to steamy, gory terror.” —Colin McCracken, Zombie Hamster “Raised from the dead, this phantasmagoria of tales offers well-written mini-nightmares that will traumatize, titillate, and stick in your mind long after you’ve closed the book.”   —Filmmaker Izzy Lee, Fangoria Online "Reading Barbie Wilde has given me pervature of the spine. My eyes weep jizz, and I can't take a wizz without melting someone's face off. Now THAT'S entertainment!" —John Skipp, New York Times best-selling author "When I read ‘The Venus Complex’ by Barbie Wilde, I was enthralled. It was magnificent in every way, and I knew then that the literary and horror fiction world in general, truly had someone special on their hands. So you can probably imagine my glee when I was offered the chance to review Barbie Wilde’s new work, the brilliant short story collection ‘Voices of the Damned’. The opening story is erotically charged and bristling with descriptions of violence, that those who’ve read Barbie’s previous work will have come to expect."  —reelgingermoviefan.com

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3.5/5

The Lure of Dangerous Women by Shanna Germain

Dangerous women aren’t always the ones who carry guns and take down the bad guys. Sometimes, the most dangerous women are the ones we don’t even notice -- the sultry siren crooning in a smoky bar, the innocent young girl twirling in her summer dress, the soft-shoed nurse who helps the comatose. In this collection, award-winning author Shanna Germain gathers seven of her dar Dangerous women aren’t always the ones who carry guns and take down the bad guys. Sometimes, the most dangerous women are the ones we don’t even notice -- the sultry siren crooning in a smoky bar, the innocent young girl twirling in her summer dress, the soft-shoed nurse who helps the comatose. In this collection, award-winning author Shanna Germain gathers seven of her darkest, lushest fantasy and horror stories about strong, smart women who know that danger is a matter of scale -- and of which side you happen to be standing on.

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3.1/5

Dead in Bed: Fifty Shades of Gangrene by Bailey Simms , Adrian Birch (Creator)

You've never, ever read a book like this. When a sexually-transmitted plague breaks out in Ashley Young's small town, leaving its victims with a bizarrely amplified libido, everything about her life changes. DEAD IN BED is partly a suspense thriller with a strikingly original story, partly a page-turning mystery about a disease that makes people hopelessly crave sexual con You've never, ever read a book like this. When a sexually-transmitted plague breaks out in Ashley Young's small town, leaving its victims with a bizarrely amplified libido, everything about her life changes. DEAD IN BED is partly a suspense thriller with a strikingly original story, partly a page-turning mystery about a disease that makes people hopelessly crave sexual contact, and partly a neo-western adventure in the American heartland. For anyone who can handle a smart, controversial female protagonist who's willing to do anything—no matter how difficult or morally questionable—in order to survive, the series pulls readers in like an unshakeable addiction. . . . Bailey Simms, teen author of DEAD IN BED, is stuck at home with a rare medical condition. Writing is her only escape, so she's determined to keep her salacious series hidden from her strict father. Soon an older boy starts to secretly help her, and Bailey finds new opportunities for freedom she's never had. But as DEAD IN BED grows in popularity, and Bailey's fans start to clamor for the sequel, she learns that being a successful Wattpad author may come with a terrifyingly dangerous price.

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4.5/5

Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road by Brian Keene , Jack Ketchum , Edward Lee , J.F. Gonzalez , Bryan Smith , Wrath James White , Nate Southard (Good

What starts like a haunted house novel as written by the Marquis de Sade develops into a meta-deconstruction of hardcore horror and why we love sex and violence. There is something seriously wrong with the house at Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road. Its history is awash with sadistic violence and fiendish sex. For generations the house has corrupted its inhabitants. Now Arriann What starts like a haunted house novel as written by the Marquis de Sade develops into a meta-deconstruction of hardcore horror and why we love sex and violence. There is something seriously wrong with the house at Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road. Its history is awash with sadistic violence and fiendish sex. For generations the house has corrupted its inhabitants. Now Arrianne and Chuck have moved in, and the house is ready to hunt once more. But this time the house's occupants won't be the only targets. No one is safe-not the reader, not the authors, and not the horror genre itself... Nine of the biggest names in horror fiction collaborate on a gore-and-sex-soaked novel with all proceeds benefiting modern master of crime and terror, Tom Piccirilli.

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