Turn off the lights . . . and turn on your darkest fantasies.
Demon pacts. Ghostly possessions. Monsters lurking in the depths. The things that go bump in the night frighten us, but they also intrigue us. Fascinate us. Even turn us on.
Join us as fan favorites Ally Blue and Kari Gregg bring over-amorous aquatic beasts to life with their mythic twists on the Siren and the monster in the lake. Erotic horror pros Heidi Belleau, Sam Schooler, and Brien Michaels show us just how sexy scary can be with a pair of demon deals destined to curl your toes and set your heart thrashing. And literary masters Laylah Hunter and Peter Hansen weave haunting worlds where ghosts and dead lovers can touch our hearts (and other, naughtier places too . . .) and teach us lessons from beyond the grave.
By turns exciting, evocative, and exquisitely explicit, the stories in Bump in the Night are sure to scratch your sexy paranormal itch. Explore your wildest fantasies with us in this collection of dark erotic tales.
Usually I don’t like reading anthologies because the stories are too short, feel rushed and just overall I don’t like switching from author to author. But with each book out there, sometimes one catches you off guard. In my case, it was this one.
Although it is an anthology, I completely enjoyed the stories that were in it! They didn’t seem rushed to me, I felt like I was taken into the world the author created and it was done in a sense that I was able to understand what was going
on. The amount of details that each author used was extremely well done in my opinion.
Now don’t get me wrong, there were some stories in here that I just didn’t “get along with” but overall, I did enjoy the book and the different things that were written about.
The different paranormal aspects that were brought into the stories were very well done and they kept you wanting to read more.
I think that the stories were all placed in a good order as well. They all seemed to flow with each other, even though they were written by different authors.
Overall, I did enjoy this read and I would recommend it to people who enjoy paranormal readers and quickie stories!