Divine Wine

Adult
Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
The night turns brutal in Atlantic City when a serial killer who indulges in necrophilia crosses paths with a vengeful Vampire. Cyber punks and tourists make way for the Vampire and killer as they square off in a blood-soaked romp under the harsh glow of neon and a full moon. More

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About Diana Trees

I'm an angry woman, disliking most things and people. But I'm a helluva good writer, enjoying torment and horror. Give a look at my poetry - I hate you, free on Smashwords.

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Review by: SM Johnson on Dec. 22, 2011 :
If you love a nasty vampire, you won't be disappointed with Divine Wine.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Gwydion Callard on July 13, 2011 :
The paranormal erotica and romance genres have bloomed in recent years, and as anyone will tell you, much of the fare offered up is... well, pretty bland. The werewolves are emo, the vampires sparkle, everyone has flowing tresses and wears a lot of lace. Then comes along Diana Tree with 'Divine Wine', and – joy of joys! - the genre is as it should be. 'This little book is a racy, edgy, gritty grindhouse story, packed with intriguing characters and sexy monsters.

'Divine Wine' a short, sweet and gruesomely entertaining novella depicting the twisted tale of two predators – one human, and one not. The pair engage in a game of cat and mouse around the grimy docklands of New Jersey, culminating in violent confrontations with gang-bangers, innocent bystanders, and a pair of (strangely adorable) bonded ghouls.

I'm not usually a 'vampire person', but I was caught by the vivid depiction of Atlantic City at its seediest, and was helplessly drawn into the story by its atmosphere alone. Diana Tree has excellent pacing and style that makes for a thrilling read, never giving too much away about the characters or the outcome of the book. While possibly too dark for some, its not dark enough to be inaccessible, and if you're after visceral sensuality – the kind found in 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'American Psycho' – you'll probably get a kick out of 'Divine Wine'.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: C.C. Cole on July 04, 2011 :
“Divine Wine” by Diana Trees is a fun story for readers that can handle the anti-hero concept with violence taken so far it becomes comical. The lead character seeks out violent criminals and places them in a nightmarish situation with every bit of inhumanity, brutality, and beyond what they gave to their victims. This “Evil meets Evil-er” story, not for the faint of heart, gets the reader laughing as the outrageous creatures have their own agenda outside of human society and are more than happy to bring in new criminals to satisfy their need for entertainment. Congratulations, four stars!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: newswriter22 on May 17, 2011 :
Divine Wine is the kind of story that you don't forget easily.
In a world of supernatural niceness, Diana Trees has created a dark, violent fantasy that is completely original and total unique.
The graphic nature of the story is enhanced by vivid descriptions of sex and violence written with near perfect pace and style.
This is a story that will leave the reader begging for more.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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