The Truth About Vampires: An Erotic Horror Novel Horror Book Review
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Darkbound is an amazing book. Michaelbrent Collings outdid himself with this book. It is not at all what I thought it would be. I took three nights to finish this book because I stayed up way past my bedtime. Darkbound was so suspenseful that I just kept on reading to…
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Erotic horror with a BDSM seasoning! Say you’re a member of an exclusive and secret cult dedicated to offering yourselves as inductees for restoring the Vampire race. But you’re wrong about them—horribly wrong. What would you do if you succeeded only to find this out?
In this complex erotic horror novel, Marci de Negro, a twenty-six year old legal secretary, is in love with all things vampire. Her wardrobe, lifestyle, and friends (who also are in this underground culture) all reflect her desire to be a real vampire. Marci’s boyfriend discovers a group that plans to revive vampirism. She is heartbroken when she accidentally walks in on his indoctrination into the hidden society by a dominatrix named Madam Fatima. The woman is employed by the “Cult of the Unholy Womb,” a powerful and ancient covert organization who gathers sexual energy from S&M sessions with willing slaves. They then channel this powerful force to their patron, Lilith.
Lilith, according to legend, is the first woman created by God. She refused Adam’s advances, was cast out of Eden, and slept with Satan. Thus she bore every demon, imp, and vampire that plagued our world. Marci agrees to join and thus becomes desperately involved with the cult. After her S&M initiation she is chosen to take part in an ancient ritual that will attempt to tear open Time and Space and bring Lilith to Earth. But they are erroneous about vampires and the lesson they will learn might just be the end of the cult, not to mention the rest of humanity surrounding the cult’s mansion.