What is The Point of Evil? New Release from Victoria Blisse.
The Point of Evil is the long-awaited fourth book in the Point Vamp Series from Victoria Blisse. In a world where vampire’s don’t need to kill to drink the blood they need, The Point has evolved as a meeting point for vampire’s to pick up their human dinner. All it takes is an orgasm to supercharge the human’s blood to a level that satisfies the darkest desires.
Steve is the third friend in a group of best mates to have his tale told. Kyle and Josh have both got tied down but Steve is determined it’ll never happen to him until he meets Eloise.
Blood and sex were all he ever wanted until love gave him something worth living an eternity for.
Steve—who had been a womanizer in life and was even more so in death—prowls the Point using his vampiric wiles to get the blood and sex he craves. He’s always looking for his next meal and when he sees a tall, curvy beauty with a red scarf around her neck, he thinks he’s found it.
Eloise is different—she’s shy and needs encouragement, and Steve just can’t get her out of his mind. He has to take his time, get to know her and slowly seduce her. When she disappears, leaving only a note begging him not to pursue her further, he can’t help himself and ends up in the service of George Aquino, a vampire crime boss with a penchant for twisted and cruel torture and a dungeon full of prisoners.
A daring rescue, a difficult choice and love against the odds. Do you dare visit the point of evil?
Reader Advisory: This book contains violence and references to rape and sexual assault.
I pushed my way through the bodies, both hot and cold, seeking out the young woman who’d caught my eye. The thumping club music throbbed in my head as I walked effortlessly through the crowd. That’s another vampire bonus—humans instinctively move out of your way, so I’ve not even bumped elbows for as long as I can remember.
I found her again, pressed against the wall and watching the action. Her black dress pulled in at the waist and accentuated her hips and her breasts, she wore a scarf around her neck, red as blood, and I wondered if she wasn’t as new and nervous as she first seemed. Why wear a scarf in a vampire club
unless you don’t want people to see you’ve been sucked before?
Although, I always heal my meals—it was just a courtesy. Some vamps liked to leave their mark and some humans liked to show off the puncture wounds like a trophy. The woman intrigued me all the more and we’d not even spoken. At last I caught up with her.
“Hey, I’m Steve. I’ve not seen you in here before, have I?”
She looked at me with an intense stare of ice cold blue then shook her head delicately.
“Welcome to The Point. How are you enjoying it so far?”
“It’s all right.” She shrugged. Her voice was like a perfectly honed bell, her accent as cut glass English as you could imagine.
“Well, it’s about to get better. Here, let me get you a drink.”
“I don’t drink,” she blurted.
“Oh, the bar does soft drinks, too. It doesn’t have to be alcoholic.”
“Yeah, of course.” She twiddled her fingers together in front of her nervously.
“Have you never met a vampire before?” I asked before I thought too much about it.
“I’ve met a lot of vampires before, just never here.”
“Oh, right. Well, you’re lucky. Most vamps who aren’t in The Point are vicious bastards who drink their fill of beauties like you.”
“I suppose I am lucky,” she replied with a soft, wistful smile.
“Come on, then, let’s go and get a drink.”
“Thank you, Steve, but I really shouldn’t. I probably should be getting home—”
“I know it’s nerve wracking and I’m not going to say I’ve not thought about sucking your blood, because I have, but I’m a gentleman. A drink is just a drink—there’s no pressure for anything else at all. I’d like to get to know you more, know your name even. Anything more is negotiable.”
“Oh, okay.” She said the words quickly like she wanted to get them out in the world before she changed her mind. “And my name is Eloise, so you know that now.”
“Thank you,” I replied and pressed my hand gently to the top of her arm. She flinched away so I pulled back. Eloise walked forward without any more prompting over to the bar.
“What would you like?” I asked.
“A lemonade, please.”
I flagged over Carol, and she poured out our drinks. Gracie was at the other end of the bar chatting to another vamp. She’d not even noticed I was back. I was glad—last thing this nervous little thing needed was Gracie up in her face.
“So, what brings you to The Point?” I asked, taking a sip of my bourbon and Coke. Alcohol doesn’t work much on vampires, but it had been my tipple as a human and it felt right to have the mellow burn and sweetness while I was chatting up a girl. A lot can be said for tradition—Josh had taught me that.
“Curiosity, I guess.” She shrugged. “I wondered what attracted people in.”
“Have you found it?”
She gently shook her head.
“You’ve not spoken to me long enough, yet.”
Victoria Blisse is a mother, wife, Christian, Manchester United fan and award winning erotica author. She is also the editor of several Bigger Briefs collections, and the co-editor of the fabulous Smut Alfresco, Smut in the City and Smut by the Sea Anthologies.
Victoria is also one of the brains behind the fabulous Smut events, days and nights dedicated to erotica, fun and prizes. Check out http://ilovesmut.uk for more details.
She is equally at home behind a laptop or a cooker and she loves to create stories, poems, cakes and biscuits that make people happy. She was born near Manchester, England and her northern English quirkiness shows through in all of her stories.
Passion, love and laughter fill her works, just as they fill her busy life.
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