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The Call of the Night- A Collection of Five Short Stories

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The Call of the Night- A Collection of Five Short Stories
The Call of the Night- A Collection of Five Short Stories eBook Cover, written by Miranda Forbes
The Call of the Night- A Collection of Five Short Stories eBook Cover, edited by Miranda Forbes
Author(s) Michael Bracken, Tabitha Rayne, Giselle Renarde, Maggie Morton and Slave Nano
Miranda Forbes (Editor)
Publisher Xcite Books
Publication date June 30, 2011
Media type eBook
Length 57 Pages
ISBN 9781908192615
ASIN B005988ZD2

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The Call of the Night- A Collection of Five Short Stories is an anthology work written by Michael Bracken, Tabitha Rayne, Giselle Renarde, Maggie Morton and Slave Nano and edited by Miranda Forbes. In this work the story Incubus At Your Service by Maggie Morton has an Incubus appear as one of the characters and there is mention of Succubi as well.


Overview

  • Title: The Call of the Night- A Collection of Five Short Stories
  • Authors: Michael Bracken, Tabitha Rayne, Giselle Renarde, Maggie Morton and Slave Nano
  • Editor: Miranda Forbes
  • Published By: Xcite Books
  • Length: 57 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B005988ZD2
  • ISBN: 9781908192615
  • Publishing Date: June 30, 2011


Plot Summary

A collection of five erotic stories with mixed themes including paranormal and vampire:

  • The Call of the Night by Tabitha Rayne: The Call of The Night is a lesbian vampire romp in the woods. Leah finds herself on an evening walk on the outskirts of town being confronted by a mysterious cloaked woman who commands her to follow her into the forest...
  • House of Seven Inches by Michael Bracken: Located just south of the middle of nowhere, the two-storey house has stood empty ever since the previous owner disappeared several years earlier. The new owner -a gay, would-be writer who left a bad relationship in the city -moves in and begins an extensive renovation project. He soon learns to appreciate the solitude ... until he suspects he isn’t alone.
  • Incubus At Your Service by Maggie Morton: When Nell gets up one morning, she’s shocked to see the almost completely naked (but completely gorgeous) stranger in her kitchen, doing her dishes. When he turns around, though, he’s identical to the man who was in her dreams last night, doing very naughty things to her. And if that wasn’t weird enough, he tells her he’s an early birthday present, from I & S Cleaning Services. His sudden appearance in her kitchen isn’t the only surprise, though -it turns out that I & S stands for Incubus and Succubus, and that means she’s just about to experience more pleasure than she ever has before.
  • Skyggen by Giselle Renarde: There’s nothing like a holiday to forget one’s urban anxieties. Little does Mirjam know she lost something essential during her stay at a rustic vacation villa -she lost her shadow! When she returns home without her darker self, Mirjam can no longer cope with everyday pressures. Before long, she quits her job and takes ill. Life becomes very shabby until one day a flamboyant young woman crashes through her door. It’s Skyggen, her lost shadow, now engaged to marry a very wealthy man. In Skyggen’s presence, Mirjam’s capacity for jealousy and duplicity resurface. Perhaps Mirjam can even win back all that is rightfully hers ...
  • Lord Nano’s Nemesis by Slave Nano: A mysterious highwaywoman emerges out of the evening mist to inflict her special brand of retribution on Lord Nano for his debauched behaviour in the brothels of 18th century Leeds. A flesh and blood female avenger or a ghostly phantom? Whoever she is, by the end of the evening, he will be stripped, cruelly tormented and wickedly humiliated. Has Lord Nano finally met his Nemesis?


Book Review

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