Candy, Blood, and Sex by Hydra M. Star
When Scarlett Little was a child her parents were killed in a savage animal attack. After their deaths the girl is raised by her grandmother in the city, well away from the North Carolina mountains where her parents met their end, but those mountains still hold a secret danger. A danger that threatens to claim the young woman. Can Scarlett escape its clutches, again? Or will she succumb to the call of the wild and her own dark lusts?
The story “Candy, Blood, and Sex” first appeared in the Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror 2013 anthology. This anthology featured the works of thirteen other talented writers and poets and generates proceed which are donated to The American Cancer Society. The story has since been expanded to include additional passages and is presented here in its extended form.
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Hydra M. Star
...blasphemy, gore, and sex.
The Satyr of New Orleans by Grigori T. Cross
Rita Carson is a young woman on a personal mission to take in as much of the musical atmosphere and sounds the city of New Orleans has to offer. Early in her exploration of the city's clubs and restaurants, the beautiful Rita encounters a mysterious stranger who quickly and fully invades her thoughts and fantasies. Dubbed by locals as simply ‘The Count,’ there is more to this man than meets the eyes, and his eyes are locked on Rita.
Vodevil: a Collection of Erotic Horrors by Joshua Laing
Heavily inspired by slasher films and heavy metal, Vodevil is a gore-filled collection of sexually-charged horror. “Mother” and “Eternal” take us back to the farm, where we meet two individual Australian farm boys, neither of whom will allow anything to stop them from reaping the harvest of their darkest desires. Evil clowns that seem to never die or lose their erections hunt in the shadows of “ Plight of the Pallid” and “Gore Splattered Greasepaint”. You’ll also have your imagination assaulted throughout these pages by wolves, bugs, and a fed-up husband with a knife. This anthology is not for the faint of heart or prudish. Consider your triggers warned.