An Anthology of Truly Bizarre Erotic Stories
Edited by Lon Sarver
Hunger is irrepressible. One can only ignore it for so long, and then the emptiness refuses to let go. The ache to be filled becomes a constant companion, with an opinion on every thing—and everyone—one sees. After that, hunger eclipses all other considerations. All other sensations dull, all other thoughts fade. There’s only the hungry, demanding flesh and its strange appetites.
Presented for your consumption are eleven tales of hunger and obsession. Here are jaded sexual adventurers, lost souls, frustrated dreamers, and a few who find themselves willing to pay any price to survive. There are monsters, as well, but they aren’t always the villains.
Take this book home to devour at your leisure. Nibble just one story a night, or wolf the whole thing down at once, however satisfies your desire. And if, when you’re done, something doesn’t feel quite right, ask yourself: What’s eating you?
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Jaded Appetites by Richard Freeman
Nakano Yutaka has tried every sexual act known to man, and now even the perversions on display at Tokyo’s most exclusive sex clubs barely hold his attention. He has almost given up on the search for something that can still arouse him, when a stranger tells him of an exclusive underground S&M club where the sex is too shocking to be described.
Oasis Beckoning by Jacqueline Brocker
A man dying of thirst fled through the desert. Just when he believed he could no longer go on, he stumbled upon a deep pool in a jungle at the edge of the wasteland. The water soothed his parched throat and gave comfort to his burnt skin. Then, that which lived in the pool gave him a stranger and altogether more intimate kind of comfort.
Frogger Says by Konrad Hartmann
Meet Andy’s new college classmate, Hannah. Hannah collects stuffed animals, neck contusions, and voices in her head. She and her friend Frogger wants to play. And they like to play rough.
Black Paint by Nobilis Reed
Master Tholnauer, an alchemist by trade, serves the nobility’s more exotic needs with discretion, enhancing the natural endowments of a lord or lady with his magical black paint. For this, he is well paid. However, he is not used to remaining after his artistry is done, and assisting lusty noble ladies quite this directly.
Hunter’s Tree by Konrad Hartmann
Justin is a predator, and the forest is his hunting ground. Brooke came to the forest to outrun her past, but the forest gave her to Justin. As she is run to ground, with nowhere to turn, she finds that the worst things she can imagine pale before what happened in her past.
Witch’s Price by Ann Gimpel
Alone in the aftermath of a deadly avalanche in the Italian Alps, a soldier must choose between a cold death or the assistance—and lust—of a spectral apparition.
Strange Hospitality by Kailin Morgan
Devon Marshall is driving through the English countryside when his car spins out of control. Lost in the snow and the dark, he knocks at the door of the only house in the area. Luc, owner and only resident of the mysterious house, takes him in and offers him a place to stay for the night, but only if Devon obeys the rules. Devon promptly disobeys, of course, ending up in hot water and trying to decide if Luc’s response is punishment or promise.
Ravening Season by Jacqueline Brocker
When he saw her in the glade, he went to her, believing her to be a creature he could tame and claim as his own. He was drawn to her youthful beauty, her sweetness. But as their relationship grew, so did her appetite, and before he knew it, he was in thrall to a creature whose claws and teeth would likely bring his downfall.
Sleep of Reason by Richard Freeman
For Paul Campbell, drug fiend and burned-out fantasy writer, life in Glasgow is a gray, empty disappointment. Desperate for escape and inspiration, he tries a mysterious new drug and is transported to a strange world of freakish monsters, brutal amazons and weird, dangerous sex.
Screen Siren by Annabeth Leong
Director Sam Raymond lacks the budget to work with living actresses—so the studio makes him cast the undead. When the actress he idolizes turns up in the “meat pile,” he can’t resist the chance to work with her.
Little Henna Hair by R. W. Whitefield
A werewolf sees a sexy redhead dancing in his nightclub, and he follows her into an alley. He doesn’t expect her to take on the big, bad wolf, but Little Henna Hair is more than able—she’s willing.