Five Novelettes of Erotic Fantasy and Horror!
A very special collection of sensual and terrifying stories. In "Ghost Lover" we meet Ryan McDonald, the only survivor of a car crash. His wanderings lead him to a mysterious woman who takes advantage of his youth and virility. Then in "The Jar", attorney Ray Alderman is still trying to shake off the unwanted attentions of an ex-lover, when finds her solution in a small green jar she leaves on his bathroom sink. "The Featured Entertainer" walks us into a seedy strip club were the patrons yearn for the attentions of the headline act. No one can understand why the average beauty of Serena inspires these men to give up everything just for a solitary glance from the exotic dancer. The longest of the tales in this book is "Made to Order", in which Frank Putman, CPA, desires a woman's affection but finds no one to love. He turns to the Internet and orders a love doll which he names Loretta. But the claims of the company's website that she will be "totally life-like" have a more sinister meaning. The final story, "Love to Stay for a Spell", chronicles Lisa Richardson, a fifty-year-old MILF whose body torments the young men who come to her door. They trickle out of her house and stagger past the white picket fence drained and exhausted. But then the young Bobby comes knocking, selling the Word of God. Lisa's wiles are pitted against the passion of a young evangelist.
About the Author
Christopher Newman has been a resident of Trumbull County, northeast Ohio, for all of his forty-six years. Currently he resides there with his wife, two sons, their cat Murphy and a rat named Michaeledes.
A lifelong fan of sci-fi, sword-and-sorcery, horror, mystery and erotica, Chris has been avidly reading and writing since he first learned how. He is the author of The Truth about Vampires, its sequel The Rites of the Vampire Cult, and several more unpublished works.
Christopher has an Associate’s degree in Engineering, an expansive and eclectic library, and a deadly collection of medieval weaponry, helms and shields. Woe be to the foolish mortal who tries to invade the Newman home!