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Blood Surrender [Paperback]

Cecilia Tan

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Book Description

March 10 2005
There is perhaps nothing more erotic than the potent mixture of danger, darkness, and desire that the vampire represents. Creatures cursed by lust to walk the night, seeking ever more decadent pleasures, vampires are the ultimate sexual beings. In these stories of carnal pleasure and dark magic, erotic writers such as Thomas S. Roche, Catherine Lundoff, and Allison Lonsdale explore the attraction and seductive power of the dark side. One vampire encounters virgin blood, another finds a willing victim with a blood fetish, and yet another mixes the games of dominance and submission with the eternal game of feeding and sex. Assembled by the editor of over 40 erotica anthologies, Blood Surrender presents the most sensual and erotic vampire fiction available.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Running Press (March 10 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1562014455
  • ISBN-13: 978-1562014452
  • Product Dimensions: 20.5 x 13.3 x 1.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,720,315 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Completely biased opinion. May 29 2005
By Kathleen Bradean - Published on
I have a story in this book, so I'll admit to a baised opinion. My rating is based on my one disappointment with the anthology, and that is that Cecilia Tan didn't contribute.

My personal favorite stories were When We Rise by Jason Rubis and Bloodletting by Michelle Blaid - very modern stories - but the traditional treatment by Thomas Roche in Moonlight and Trouble is a deft, lush return to familiar territory.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Skillful and Explicit Writing Nov. 13 2010
By Ouroborose - Published on
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
3.5 Stars: I'm an objective reader, not an author or involved with the publication of this book. I'm doing my best to be fair in my review, because it only makes sense to ask myself what a reader expects with this genre. Although I'm not unreasonably critical, I noticed this book had excessive spelling errors, so if you have a discerning eye then that could be an issue, or sometimes detract from the works as a whole. Moving on, many of the short stories were descriptive & I could easily visualize the characters & scenes. Of the 15 stories & 203 pages, my favorites are probably "She" by Caroline Aubrey, "The Permanent" by Catherine Lundoff (which is very sexually graphic, so be forewarned), and "In Service Immortal" by Paige Roberts. I appreciated the unique themes and literary styles of these three.
My least favorites are "Taken" by Genevieve I. Eldredge, and "Grey And Clinton" by Patricia E. Lang. I found Taken to be goofy and pretentious, like the author was trying to force a cliché romantic tone with bombastic prose, and the result was a silly & sexualized vampire fairy tale. Grey And Clinton seemed disjointed, and left much to be explained.
In summary, each story is sexual, as the back cover clearly states, so if you find that offensive or are just not a fan of erotica, this is NOT meant for you. This book makes a good addition to my vampire collection, and though it did not earn a place among my favorites, I would certainly like to see additional and *objective* reviews on this.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweat Inducing Dec 15 2011
By Ron Gavalik - Published on
As a guy who doesn't read erotica you'd think, "Why is this guy reviewing an anthology about erotic vamps?" One reason: Kierstin Cherry. Taken is a phenomenal story by a well-educated, excellent writer. You can always tell when an author makes love to their work and Cherry is a perfect example. Great job!

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