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Midnight Delights: Dark Erotic Fantasies

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Midnight Delights: Dark Erotic Fantasies
Midnight Delights: Dark Erotic Fantasies eBook Cover, written by Carmine
Midnight Delights: Dark Erotic Fantasies eBook Cover, written by Carmine
Author(s) Carmine
Cover artist Brandy Everett
Publisher Renaissance eBooks
Publication date March 29, 2009
Media type eBook
Length 170 Pages
ISBN 1588737047

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Midnight Delights: Dark Erotic Fantasies is an eBook written by Carmine. In this work, a Succubus is a central character in one of the stories.


  • Title: Midnight Delights: Dark Erotic Fantasies
  • Author: Carmine
  • Cover Art: Brandy Everett
  • Published By: Renaissance eBooks
  • Format: eBook
  • Length: 170 Pages
  • ASIN: B0022VV14Y
  • ISBN 10: 1588737047
  • Publishing Date: March 29, 2009

Plot Summary

Carmine's First-Ever Collection of Erotica! One of the hottest new writers of dark, erotic fantasy on the web, Carmine's work has appeared in dozens of ezines and erotic websites such as Ruthie's Club, Bedroom Chronicles, Voracity Beat, Sauce*Box, A Dark Whisper, Adult Story Corner, Heated Rush, BDSM Library, BDSM Café, BDSM Palace, Scared Naked, Amoret, Kristydoll's BDSM Ezine, Blue Erotica, Lair of the Shebitch, Blood Moon Zine, Blue Food, The Emerald Collection, Mind Caviar, Ophelia's Muse, Shadow of the Marquis, and Abby's Realm.

Now you can read the stories the web has been raving about in this sizzling collection of tales. You will meet a gathering of the darkest, most seductive creatures imaginable, vampires, witches, shapeshifters, and other midnight delights. Among the stories included in this book are reader favorites like "Hellfire Manor," "Lady Filth," "Dawn's Ashes," "Lessons of the Beast." "The Jesuit and the Succubus," "Voodoo," "Inner Beast," and more. If you like a thrill and a scare with your erotica, if you dream of Dracula bending over your half-conscious form, then you will love the exciting, shadowy world Carmine paints in prose.

Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.

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