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Recently Phillippe LaFaire witnessed several young village women making love together in an open field. This spectacle left the intellectual tutor more desirous than ever for one of them, auburn-haired Tatiane. But when they are alone at last, not even Tatiane’s confessed passion for Phillippe can dint his sense of propriety. Only the next day, when Phillippe hears of Tatiane’s tragic death, does he begin to realize what a fool he’s been.
There is something that just doesn’t feel right about Tatiane’s death, and Phillippe comes away from her paganish funeral feeling the weight of guilt. When Phillippe is told by Tatiane’s grandmother that the girl wasn’t killed but turned into a vampire, his rational view of the world collapses. The grandmother explains that Phillippe has the power to save Tatiane from the clan of vampires that took her. To accomplish this Phillippe must be prepared to use one of the magical formulas found in his library of arcane manuscripts.
But there is one other requisite: that Phillippe abandon his provinciality forever and resolve to claim Tatiane as his pleasure trophy.
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Nolan and Colleen have a consensual Master/slave relationship, so when he goes away to Iran, Colleen’s understandably distressed at the loss of her Master. Now that he’s home, she’s having a bit of trouble readjusting.
Colleen has picked up a few displeasing habits since he left, crude language and the failure to address him as ‘Master’ among them. But Nolan’s not distressed. He knows just how to cure her: a belt, a bar of soap, and her fear that the neighbors might get to witness her punishment.
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A diabolical man has already destroyed the happy home young Melinda shared with her loving parents. When she is thrust into this very man’s care, Melinda slowly uncovers the power that aided in their deaths. It is a power ancient, unearthly, and haunted by a need for revenge and liberty. Only Melinda’s unlikely guardian can control and command it- but who will control the dawning passions that begin to lead Melinda onto a perilous road between heaven and hell?
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Shawn is unhappy in his marriage, and his wife is overly religious and obssesssed about her dog and the ladies at the church. Things change for Shawn when he buys a mysterious red chair from a church auction, bringing with it a spirit longing for what he desires--sexual gratification.