This paranormal erotic short story is about 3,400 words.
The Vampire’s House (3,700 words)
Tania is convinced the old rich man on the hill is a vampire. She seduces the unlikely manservant Frankie into granting her access to the old man. Tania thinks she knows what to expect, but she can’t possibly imagine what is in store for her. Who will be the ally and who the enemy in the Vampire’s House?
Werewolf in the Coat Closet (3,000 words)
Amanda handles the coats of the city’s rich and powerful while working in the coat room of the Opera House. But when she finds out that the owner of the feral looking wolfpelt cloak is timid Dean Hollings, something just doesn’t add up. As he dons his cloak, his nature changes before her eyes. Will she regret learning the answers to her questions, or will she embrace his primal secret?
Wicked Goblin (3,300 words)
Even though Anne has just escaped her captors, she knows rushing through the South American rain forest isn’t going to keep her safe. She needs somewhere to hide, and she thinks she’s found it when she stumbles across a cave. But as she descends into the depths she discovers a monstrous little goblin. Will she take her chances with the kidnappers, or succumb to to the wicked goblin’s desires?
In Her Head (3,000 words)
Tilly desperately needs to ace this job interview. The monster in her head has gotten her fired from every job she’s had. And if he comes out to play now, he’ll cost her this job before she’s even gotten it. Will Tilly be able to control her monster, or will he be the one pulling her strings instead?
Tooth Fairy (3,500 words)
Super shy and innocent Lily has always had an unnatural fear of the tooth fairy. She’s hoarded her baby teeth all these years, hiding them away to prevent the tooth fairy from visiting her. However, someone’s placed her entire collection of teeth under her pillow and the tooth fairy has finally been summoned to collect his due.
When Lily discovers the real truth behind the myth of the tooth fairy, she has a choice to make. Will she finally release the inhibitions she’s clung to all these years?
Mona Lisa St. James made a deathbed promise that she would do anything to save her mother's art gallery. Unfortunately, not only is The Red painted red, but it's in the red.
Just as she realizes she has no choice but to sell it, a mysterious man comes in after closing time and makes her an offer: He will save The Red if she agrees to submit to him for the period of one year.
The man is handsome, English, and terribly tempting...but surely her mother didn't mean for Mona to sell herself to a stranger. Then again, she did promise to do anything to save The Red...
“Deliciously deviant... Akin to Anne Rice’s ‘Beauty’ series.” — Library Journal (Starred Review)
"A delightful, wicked fairytale." — Smart Bitches, Trashy Books
"Kinky, well-written, hot as hell." — Little Red Reading Hood
"Smart and intriguing." — NPR
"Tiffany Reisz at her best." — Collector of Book Boyfriends
"[A] best romance of the month." — Goodreads
"An exploration, exploitation, and celebration of sex." — Heroes & Heartbreakers
"Four stars." — RT Book Reviews
"You can't quite believe what you're reading." — Lil Maso
"Not your average erotic fantasy story... [Leaves] you hot one moment, then raw the next." — Texas Reader Stacy
"Filthy." — Blogger Vivien Olvasókuckója
"I tossed sleep aside to finish it in a night... This book is worth it." — No Pithy Phrase
"No holds barred." — Sarah Tandy, A Woman and Her Books
"A lovely bit of literary smut, full of art and sex and mystery." — RITA Finalist Kira Gold
"Unlike anything I've ever read before." — A Reader Who Reads Blog
All the gangs in one mega-bundle! Eleven stories brings over 40,000 words of hot banging goodness together in one boxed set. There’s an awful lot of action going on from aliens, goblins, orcs, gremlins, centaurs and werewolves! Whether it’s one at a time or all at once, these mythical creatures aren’t going to stop until she’s begging for more.
The stories in this bundle are from Mina Shay’s Alien or Mounted by a Monster lines and includes: Goblins, Gang Probed, Werewolf Pack, Bride of the Orc Tribe, Goblin Scavengers, All the Aliens, Gremlins on a Plane, The Forest Goblin Gang, Alien Train, The Centaur Herd, and Goblins At the Tower.
Gargoyle (3,500 words)
When a young woman applies a restorative chemical compound to a French cathedral gargoyle, the last thing she expects is for the gargoyle to break free from its stony imprisonment. The young woman is the first thing the beast sees, and after nine hundred years the gargoyle has only one driving instinct.
Kraken (3,400 words)
Something has been missing in the life of Lucy, a young woman constantly in search of adventure. Sailing on a private yacht in the Mediterranean Sea, adventure comes to her in the form of the massive Kraken. Much more than the sea monster it appears to be, the Kraken awakens Lucy to a life she never expected.
The Tree (3,500 words)
Trapped in a family reunion camping trip in the middle of nowhere, an introverted woman desperately needs some quiet alone time to daydream about her hot new boyfriend. She hikes out into the forest and finds a quiet place to be alone. However, the large tree she rests behind doesn’t plan on leaving her alone for very long.
Sugar Kane (3,200 words)
Tessa thinks her luck has finally turned around. After receiving a large inheritance, she’s purchased a small sugarcane plantation in Brazil for an amazingly good price. She soon learns that the good price comes at a cost: the sugarcane field is haunted by a strange creature. Will the creature drive her away, or drive her wild?
The Trash King (3,000 words)
Brandy has lost her most prized possession: a commemorative (and slightly bent) Tonya Harding hubcap. When she goes rooting around the city dump looking for it, she stumbles across a strange man-thing calling himself the Trash King. Brandy soon learns that the filthy Trash King has already claimed her prize possession. What lengths will she go to in order to get it back?