Saturday, May 2, 2015

Free Kindle Books! - May 2, 2015

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Nocturne has visited me several times, and my village is awash with gossip.

But when he makes me an offer I'd be stupid to refuse, how do I choose between the immortal man or my own life?

So I’m off to a convent, where I find out not everything is as it seems – and rumours abound of a sacrifice to be made on Midwinter’s Eve.

A sacrifice to appease the God of Night…

"Do you remember Cinderella? Yes, well, that twit didn't have to pay rent."

Owner and operator of Bits and Pieces, and resident expert on charms and glamours, Elsa Karr is a witch with a sour frown and a list of things to do as long as Thor's hammer. Top of the list is saving her father's shop from ruin. If she isn't trying to claw her way out of debt, she's arguing with her cat, Fenris, or shoveling carts of cake into her gob. She's not interested in romance or the vampire who rents the flat above her shop. All she wants is a little peace and chocolate--fine, all right! All right! The vampire is kind of screw-all cute. (Curse him.)

The disgraced son and heir of the Wingates House vampire clan and a mad-man to boot, Marshall Ansley spends most of his time working and dodging his mother's phone calls. Marshall is beyond family. He's beyond everyone, actually. Don't be daft, he especially doesn't do...Christmas. But behold, the plague brings an original flavor of annoyance this year when his boss tasks him with acquiring the account of a recluse fey and her upcoming Gothic clothing boutique, Sinister Stitches. That is the ONLY reason he's bothering with his shrewish landlord. No, that's it. No...really. Fine, if you insist, the witch might be a tad bit...all right, she's adorable. (Damn her.)

Scrooge meets Scrooge. Dominant meets Dominant. Tempers...spark. In each other, they may unfold a tale that only comes to pass on the darkest of nights.

Reader Warning: This is a rather twisted retelling of Cinderella and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Expect an unapologetic, rakish vampire prince and a cake-eating witch (or is she?) with the power to smite him to ash. Enjoy!

Warning: This is a story for ADULTS ONLY! It is definitely NOT for children. This story is a serious work of social criticism that does involve sexual intercourse of the characters and may offend the readers, as it does describe sexual interaction of various kind, including such with mystical animals like Unicorns, that some may find objective.

contains: male and female Unicorns, mild domination

Melody an innocent Girl of 19 years encounters a Unicorn in the deep Forest,
read what erotic discoveries this encounter brings.

Reading sample:

Melody sat on the meadow, the birds where singing and butterflies and bumblebees where buzzing over the glade. She smelled the scent of the flowers and the fresh grass. Her parents did not know, she was here, they wouldn't have allowed her to go alone into the woods. But she was nine-teen and not a child any more, she had been to this place before many times.

She started singing, she was told, that she had a lovely voice, but no men listened to her here. No other men ever came here. She continued singing for a while, then her heart started to beat faster. The Unicorn appeared on the glade, stepping out of the woods.
The seamless white creature walked slowly and shy towards her. Its head moved nervously from one side to the other.