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Sara's Review: The Nocturne Bride by Merry Ravenell

Author Provided Copy Publisher: 9 Swords Released: July 5th 2015 Genre: Dark Fantasy, Horror Length: 38 pages Format: eBook Add to Goodreads Buy Links

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The vampire Lord Isur seeks a very special woman to be his bride: a woman who stirs his most base, mortal lust. A woman that reminds his body it was once alive. Under normal circumstances, Elani Naeuri would have been delighted to receive an invitation to an aristocrat's ball.

But for the fifty women chosen to be Nocturne Brides, the ball is not a night for dancing and wine. The rumors of what actually transpires are so scandalous, so wanton, that the invitation is a fate worse than death. The Nocturne Bride is 10,000 words of erotic dark fantasy. Three Boundless Stars

I was asked to read Nocturne Bride and give an honest review. The short story is currently available on Kindle Unlimited. Marry Ravenell put an interesting spin on vampire lore, one I haven't read before. As much as I am personally tired of vampire books I will say I give this kudos on the original spin. This is only 38 pages so it's a quick erotic read. I would personally rate the steam level at about a 3 out of 5. I'm not a big fan of men not understanding what no or stop means. However, it fit with the story. I would definitely read more from Merry and would like to read more of this world.

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