Hunger and Other Tales of Erotic Horror Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08R6M2F78
- Publication date : December 21, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3827 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 138 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #95,473 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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All of that being said, this is beautifully written. The emotions the stories evoke are staggering, and I can feel the characters' pain and torment as easily as their pleasure. If you're a fan of Adara Wolf, you won't want to miss these short stories.
I LOVED this collection of stories. Adara Wolf is a talented writer who has wonderful prose that does not shy from the darker side of humanity (and not-so-human creatures). Reading these stories felt like indulging in rich, dark chocolate that has cayenne added to it—delicious and addictive with a spicy heat. The stories range in different levels of darkness, kink, BDSM, with different paranormal/fantas/sci-fi elements.
The stories included in this anthology are:
1) Song of Stars and Sea
2) Language of Stars and Sea
4) The Amulet of Binding
5) For Your Own Good
6) Not Worth Fighting For
7) Party Favor
8) Read the Fine Print
The “Song of Stars and Sea” and the “Language of Stars and Sea” are short story duet that revolves around a romance between a shipwrecked sailor and his merman savior. The level of worldbuilding that Adara Wolf incorporates into these two short stories is incredible and I would love to see a novel or novella featuring these characters or characters set in this world.
The next two stories really brought in more of the erotic horror side of the anthology. “Hunger” is about an incubus and the witch who traps him, and “The Amulet of Binding” is about an archeologist who ends up over his head when he enters the wrong tomb.
“For Your Own Good” is the only omegaverse story in the anthology, but it is done really, really well. It has an alpha couple who are trying to start a family with their omega mate. There was a lot of dark kink elements in this story with a threesome. I would love to see more stories set in this universe.
The next three stories are set in outer space with aliens. “Not Worth Fighting For” has mpreg and ovipositon while “Party Favor” is about all about alien sex with aliens. “Read the Fine Print” is about a human who takes a job on a spaceship—unfortunately for the human, he doesn’t quite understand what he’s getting into. All of these stories are super kinky and definitely on the darker side.
Overall, I enjoyed these stories and found this anthology to be extremely entertaining and just the right fix for all my dark erotica needs.