A queer, slow-burn erotic gothic horror novel about rediscovering yourself after trauma--with kinky, blood-drinking immortals and polyamory.
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"You try to comfort yourself with visions of events that didn't happen, but that doesn't mean that what did happen left no scars."
After losing hearth and home, Meya attempts to escape the traumatic memories by travelling east. In 13th century Tristanja, however, it's not safe to be alone.
A local slave trader catches wind of the kinless woman and abducts her in the dead of night. Beaten and abused, the now meek Meya is sold to Lord Deminas. He's known to be cruel, yet becomes strangely protective of his new chambermaid, punishing anyone who dares hurt her. After cutting her to drink her blood, he even uses his own to heal her wounds.
Meya and her paramour wonder if Deminas' dark secret is why servants regularly vanish, including the lord's previous chambermaids. However, the two women quickly learn that Lord Deminas isn't the only danger lurking in the castle's shadows.
Note: This story takes place in the same universe as the Lucius series. Still, they are both standalone.
The story you are about to read contains abduction, off-page & non-graphic sexual abuse (rape is condemned), graphic sex (consent is emphasised), some kink play (wax play, knife & blood play, bondage, and mention of spanking and breath play), graphic violence, gore, death, vampirism, cannibalism, and illness (pneumonia).
It deals with PTSD and features queer, polyamorous characters.
About the Author
The majority of her works are inspired by her own dreams and nightmares, giving them a vivid sense of realism. She's autistic, struggled with depression as a teen, and received therapy for PTSD in 2019.
Polyamory tends to sneak into her works, even if just a notion, and LGBTQ+ characters are always present in her novels.
She herself is queer, polyamorous, pan grey-asexual and idemromantic.