The Killing Moon: An Erotic Vampire Romance

Adult Erotica
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In this erotic romance, Renee, a 21 year old virgin, is shocked when her friends send her a female hooker as a birthday present. After a hot night with Candy, she questions her sexual orientation until her friend invites her to a lecture given by a vampire who was once a slave during the Civil War. She loses her virginity on a night when there is a blood moon. It is the best sex she's ever had. More

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About Maggie May

I write erotica that I hope appeals to both men and women sexually. Ideally, I'd like to think that men and women read my stories in bed together and they both get off on them. I've written nine erotic books. Here's what they're about:

The 18-year-old male who's telling the story in "Candy's Room" is very innocent. He is seduced by an "older woman" of twenty-five. I wanted to write a coming of age story about a first time experience that left him hurt and alone afterwards; kind of like "The Summer of 42". For erotica, I think it's a very sweet story. You'll want to give him a big hug after you're finished reading it.

The cop who's telling the story in "Hot for Teacher" is the furthest thing from innocent. In fact, he's a bit of a jerk in the narrow-minded way he judges potential dates according to the size of their boobs. He meets his match when he falls for a sassy and sexy young teacher. This is a very playful story chock-full of their XXX fantasies about each other.

"Storyville: A Time-Travel Erotic Romance" is my favorite of the erotica I've written. It's an inter-racial time travel story that takes place in New Orleans and is about a young California girl who moves there and ends up falling in love with the ghost of a piano player who once lived and performed at a brothel in Storyville, the famous red-light district in the early 1900's.

"Sugar Daddy" is the only book I've written about a married couple. He is twice her age and when he catches her flirting with the guys in their condo's communal hot tub, he teaches her an important lesson she'll never forget.

"Sense and Sexuality" is an erotic retelling of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility. I was an English Major in college, so I liked the challenge of trying to write this. It's a romantic comedy that takes place Southern California in the modern time. The comedic climax of the story is when the two sisters attend a masquerade party dressed as Cat Woman and Scarlet O'Hara.

I cover a lot of taboo sexual situations in "The Killing Moon: An Erotic Vampire Romance": lesbian erotica, threesomes, BDSM, inter-racial erotica and sex with a vampire. I didn't consciously intend to; it's just how the story flowed. It's an erotic romance about Renee, a 21-year-old virgin, who is shocked when her friends send her a female hooker as a birthday present. After a hot night with Candy, she questions her sexual orientation until her friend invites her to a lecture given by a vampire who was once a slave during the Civil War. She loses her virginity on a night when there is a blood moon. It is the best sex she's ever had. What happens when he disappears? Will she ever see him again?

I love reading and writing mysteries, so I created an erotic mystery entitled "Taken In" which is about an Alpha Male homicide detective who ends up falling for his prime suspect. She is a femme fatale with a talent for rope play who leaves him feeling like Sherlock Holmes when Irene Adler outsmarts him. Beware of blondes who are good with rope.

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Review by: JC Winchester on June 2, 2018 :
Maggie May is an author who brings a sense of realism, of possibility, to her writing. She wrote this book from the first person point of view, aiming for the book to be read aloud to a partner, bringing both within her woven world.

This book takes us to the deep South in Spring, bringing back fond memories of my time stationed in South Carolina and long runs through trails on plantations. This is a story of finding oneself and one’s passions, in the least likely of locations.

Renee is a government worker, in her early twenties, and surprisingly a virgin but not for a lack of trying. She just can’t find the one. Her friends, out of both concern and joy, chip in to send her a prostitute, surprising her with a female. Much to Renee’s surprise, Candy is just what the doctor ordered, and after a passionate hour she is left wondering if her sexuality tilts fully towards lesbian.

And yet not. A guest speaker at the library, a gorgeous African-American man claiming to be a vampire ignites her desires. Soon, Renee finds herself delving deeper into the history of her town, the plantations, and the passion she can find in the arms of her vampire lover.

This is a fast-paced, exciting book that keeps you wondering the next turn, and next scene that will show up. The sex is hot, in particular the final scene. A certainly worthy read from Maggie May!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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