Vampirique Dezire

Biography

Vampirique Dezire is the cheeky pen name that this Australian grandmother chooses to go by when writing.

Her chosen genre is Erotica and is happy to pen any type of sub-genre in Erotica but has a soft spot for writing B.D.S.M and Romantic Erotica.

When Vampirique isn’t spending time with her family or reading and writing you will find her doing book reviews,keeping up with her blogs and interviewing authors on Blood, Lust and Erotica.

She began writing approximately 12 years ago as a hobby for friends who requested fantasies and it wasn’t until late 2009 when she was introduced to Mistress Gina Kincade from Mistress Journals Forum and Naughty Nights Press that she began to take her writing seriously.

Inspiration for her stories comes from a variety of sources. Some of it real life experience, others from her very active and vivid imagination.

You can follow Vampirique Dezire at the following places:

Twitter ~ @vampirique

Blog ~ http://vampiriquedezire.blogspot.com

Facebook page ~ http://www.facebook.com/VampiriqueDezire666

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Books

This member has not published any books.

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Smashwords book reviews by Vampirique Dezire

  • Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade on July 20, 2012

    This is not only my first book of Ms Tooker’s to read but it is also my first book of poetry to review. How do I describe my thoughts about Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade? Like I said this is my first book of poetry to review, so please understand that I can only say what I thought, technical points I will not even have a go at, as it is not my field of writing. Ms. Tooker, managed to convey with words an erotic imagery that made me giggle in quite a few places. The book is in sections, with each section portraying different periods of times throughout their lives, which I felt made it not just poetry but more of a short story. The eroticism shown throughout is sweet and raunchy, and at times explicit without steering off into a direction of 101 names you can call a penis or vagina. I feel Ms. Tooker is going to be one of those authors that will astound you as she continues to hone her craft. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a quick, tender, yet erotic read. I give Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade 31/2 out of 5 *bites n kisses*
  • Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade on July 20, 2012

    This is not only my first book of Ms Tooker’s to read but it is also my first book of poetry to review. How do I describe my thoughts about Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade? Like I said this is my first book of poetry to review, so please understand that I can only say what I thought, technical points I will not even have a go at, as it is not my field of writing. Ms. Tooker, managed to convey with words an erotic imagery that made me giggle in quite a few places. The book is in sections, with each section portraying different periods of times throughout their lives, which I felt made it not just poetry but more of a short story. The eroticism shown throughout is sweet and raunchy, and at times explicit without steering off into a direction of 101 names you can call a penis or vagina. I feel Ms. Tooker is going to be one of those authors that will astound you as she continues to hone her craft. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a quick, tender, yet erotic read. I give Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade 31/2 out of 5 *bites n kisses*
  • Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade on July 20, 2012

    This is not only my first book of Ms Tooker’s to read but it is also my first book of poetry to review. How do I describe my thoughts about Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade? Like I said this is my first book of poetry to review, so please understand that I can only say what I thought, technical points I will not even have a go at, as it is not my field of writing. Ms. Tooker, managed to convey with words an erotic imagery that made me giggle in quite a few places. The book is in sections, with each section portraying different periods of times throughout their lives, which I felt made it not just poetry but more of a short story. The eroticism shown throughout is sweet and raunchy, and at times explicit without steering off into a direction of 101 names you can call a penis or vagina. I feel Ms. Tooker is going to be one of those authors that will astound you as she continues to hone her craft. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a quick, tender, yet erotic read. I give Mister Darcy and Cassidy Cade 31/2 out of 5 *bites n kisses*