Here’s what’s up this week!
Crimson’s wild and wanton streak continues with Dracula: The Wild and Wanton Edition, Volume 1 by Lucy Hartbury and Bram Stoker. Always a spicy novel, this version of Dracula includes scenes that Victorian prudery stopped Bram Stoker from writing himself. Have you ever wondered what really happened in the castle between Jonathon Harker and Dracula’s women? Or about the doomed relationship between Arthur and Lucy? Here is the famous horror classic revealed in all its sensual glory.
In Lord Monroe’s Dark Tower by Elf Ahearn, two years of bewildering silence have passed since Claire Albright’s passions were first inflamed by the powerful, brooding, Lord Flavian Monroe. On the brink of her debut in London he suddenly summons her, asking that she use her knowledge of healing to help his ward—a girl who hoards castoffs in memory of her dead brother. Embroiled in a desperate attempt to curb the child’s destructive madness, Claire struggles to understand Flavian’s burning kisses yet cold demeanor. Can she reach his heart before his ward’s insanity undoes Claire’s chance at love?
And finally we have Witch’s Revenge by Denyse Cohen. Jade has found her soulmate. Peter is the human whose life-energy is identical to hers, the soulmate who is the missing key to unlock her witch’s power. And now Arrow, a powerful organization whose only intent is to kill the soulmates and keep the witches in check, wants their head above all others. Jade and Peter must come to terms with the fact their survival is only secondary to ending Arrow’s legacy of murder and fear.