SDF: Straight Dominant Female Erotic Paranormal Romance Rescued in the Shade

Adult Erotica
Alan went to a party hoping to pick up a young lady who could let him stay for a few days, after he lost his job and his home. He had a couple of drinks and got a little too drunk. Last thing he remembered was a glint of red and two strong arms picking him up as he collapsed. He woke up in a four-poster bed with silk sheets. But the door was locked. Then he got an offer he couldn't refuse. More
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About Terry Anderson

Terry Anderson is a modern person, very private, who identifies as a male but is pretty much pansexual. Terry rides a small motorcycle, and drives a compact pickup truck, gardens, does home repairs and vehicle repairs, and is looking into going solar. Terry was educated at a well-known private school, and dropped out of college because he just couldn’t get into it. Terry has been writing for small publications and websites for about a decade, and has recently decided to write erotica. There will be revisions of these same story lines for those who prefer other casts of characters, such as straight with a dominant female, and perhaps straight with a dominant male, and there will likely be lesbian versions as well, all somewhere hopefully within the next year, so stay tuned!

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About the Series: Straight dominant female vampire
A young man who has just been kicked out of his home and lost his job,goes to a party hoping to find a place to spend the night. He is drugged, and wakes up in the home of a billionaire female vampire. Throughout the second book he spends his time in his luxurious new bedroom, and in the third book he must prove he is totally submissive to his new female master.

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