From the Author
I can guarantee you've never read anything like this, unless you've read my other futa erotica. But even then, this surpasses them in terms of the "Wow, I can't believe I just wrote that" factor.
My Approach to Vampire Lore
Vampire lore is rich and varied, and I picked from the traditional and put my own twist on things, too. For one thing, there's no "cheating" for my vampires:
- They won't drink from animals (not only is it gross to them but it does nearly nothing for them to sustain them).
- There are no artificial blood substitutes.
- Basically, they must hunt and drink and kill other people in order to survive.
Each vampire has an ability or power all their own, like a blood fingerprint. Part of your journey into undead immortality is discovering this power and then learning how to best use it. Killing another vampire may sometimes give you whatever power they had or at least strengthen your own.
My vampires go through stages or forms. In the "lowest" form their fangs are only slightly longer than their other teeth. Discernible, but they won't get in the way when fellating a huge futanari organ. The ultimate form for vampires is pretty powerful and incredible, and comes from the origins of vampires as I plan to tell it.
Speaking of the origins of vampires, that will be uncovered in future books in the series.
About the Futanari in Enthralled
My futa have everything, including testicles. They're created through advances in medical science. Unfortunately, the world isn't ready to accept them and they are actively persecuted and protested against. This is drawn from both current events regarding actual trans people and my own experiences in trying to share something I love with people who judge and don't understand it.
The uh... features and uh... output of futas in my stories are exaggerated and outlandish because to me, that's sexy and fun. The Futanari Transformation Institute (FTI), which created the technology and procedures by which women (and men, too) can become futanari will appear in other books I write. It was inspired by the hentail manga of one of my favorite futa artists, Ra Te.
About the Author
You may have read other futanari stories but you haven't read anything like what Bryce writes.