The Fifth Beauty

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Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Taijin lives a servant's life under the rule of a tyrannical magistrate in ancient china until the house is visited by a strange and powerful woman who changes the lives of everyone in the local tea-growing region, and changes history. A short story based on the character Azra, the demon succubus from the novel "Lovestruck Succubus. An exciting read about speculative history in ancient China. More
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Words: 5,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458162397
About Ellison James

Ellison James crafts stories of fantasy, urban fantasy, erotica, and everything in between. Born in the Northwestern part of the United States, now living in the Southeast, Ellison James uses a lifetime of living throughout the world as backdrops for stories that usually start in the real world, and then make a quick departure into believable worlds of the fantastic.

"I like to play with perceptions, stretch the boundaries of believability by making Monsters, Demons, Elfs and Faeries seem like normal everyday folks that just happen to do extraordinary things."

The work of Ellison James is often erotic but never smutty, depicting this facet of life like it really is, and from all points of view.

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Reviews

Review by: Nathan Fisher on Sep. 15, 2011 :
This is really enjoyable. It's not porn, it's a proper erotic story based on Chinese mythology. Well recommended.
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Review by: Anhelo Escalante on July 02, 2011 :
Very good written. I couldn't stop reading it once I started. I love the fact that can be read in one single evening and I actually found very smart that the erotic details were kept light, it definitely left more room for my imagination. I have to admit that the paranormal tone made it even more captivating. A must read.
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Review by: Erin ORiordan on June 21, 2011 :
A wonderful short piece of paranormal erotica, or erotic horror. I enjoyed the Chinese setting and the historical context. (It did make me want tea, though.) The folklore involving fox spirits will be familiar to anyone who liked the Russian novel 'The Sacred Book of the Werewolf.'
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Review by: Summer Ellis on June 11, 2011 :
VERY well written! I very much enjoyed this short story, although a little light on the erotic detail. Probably would do better to list it under another genre. Very good though!
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