Five facts About Turning Vampire. #FT #vampires
1. The most common way to turn vampire is for one to bite you. I’d have to hope it was one of the tall dark and sexy ones. A wizened old man with bad breath doesn’t have the same appeal. Besides, it sounds as though it hurts.
2. You can ask a sorcerer to turn you vampire. (Not advised since you never know what they’ll demand in return.)
3. Apparently killing yourself can turn you vampire. Maye it’s something to do with Judas, the first vampire according to some legends, hanging himself. Think about this method carefully. What a waste of time and effort if it doesn’t work.
4 Some people believed vampirism is a contagion or virus. Not sure this is reliable though. Look how quickly our scientists found a vaccine against covid. It’d be shocking to turn half way, have someone stick a needle in you, and stop you in your track.
5. If a cat jumps over a corpse, it can rise as a vampire. This is a new one on me, and I love cats. Some societies believe vampires turn into them rather than bats. It kind of makes sense. You’d never try to stroke a bat, and cats do have really sharp fangs.
I might be tongue in cheek, but I do love a great vampire romance. Please check out mine
Claimed as Theirs - Blurb
When she is captured and thrown into a cage filled with ravenous vampires, Gwen assumes she will be devoured. But among the horde is a huge, terrifyingly powerful berserker who has other plans for her. She will belong not only to him, but to all of the vampires of his triad, and her beautiful body will be theirs to use and enjoy as thoroughly and shamefully as they please.
Gwen soon learns that her new masters will demand obedience from their little human, and it isn't long before her defiance has earned her a painful, humiliating spanking. But even with tears still running down her blushing cheeks, her helpless arousal cannot be denied, and as she is claimed and ravaged again and again her pleas for mercy are soon lost amid her cries of pleasure.
Publisher's Note: Claimed as Theirs is a stand-alone novel set in the same world as Taken as Theirs. It includes spankings and rough, intense sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.