Dreams of Vengeance

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The doctors were optimistic that it was a temporary adverse reaction. After ten months, no one could bear to see him lie there, staring into the ceiling and crying bitter tears. Being unable to sleep during the perpetual sleep-paralysis, all he had was the view of a ceiling.
But one night, a Lil demon stopped by. More
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About Meraki P. Dark

Meraki P. Lyhne/Meraki P. Dark is a Danish author who mainly writes contemporary paranormal MM and MMM, some with a HEA, some with a HFN, and some with white-knuckling cliffhangers. The pseudonym Meraki P. Dark takes the brave readers into the dark side of the genres.
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Reviews

ShwetaNan reviewed on April 25, 2020

Wow. Just wow.
Now that was some seriously good dark fiction.

Going in, I wasn't sure if I was in the mindset to handle dark fiction but as someone who suffers from a sleep disorder, I was hella intrigued ( masochistic much ?).

I am glad I took the bait, cause this was such a treat.
In just under 50 pages, the author made me empathize with the MC-Axel, made my heart weep for him and his helpless state, share his hate toward the workings of this cruel and unfair world and ultimately find myself gleaming with a sinister and wicked thoughts , completely transported to yet another psyche /state of mind.

Now that according to me is the perfect recipe for an enjoyable dark book.

The author's writing style and diction complemented the dark plot. I particularly loved the imagery and the seemingly eerie mood that was created from simple descriptions. Perfectly executed.

| "He felt exhausted in a way he couldn’t remember, yet all his body did was relax, but his brain got no rest. Just the perpetual rhythm of the nurses during the day, the pounding rhythm in his ass at night, and the move of light and shadows on that fu*king ceiling."|

Also commendable is the descriptions of sleep paralysis and the utter helplessness of his situation. I am sure that must have taken some good research.

Highly recommend if you are looking for a well written, short, dark taboo book.
(reviewed 64 days after purchase)
Linda Crandall reviewed on Feb. 6, 2020

Wow!
So dark!
The terror of being completely unable to interact with the surrounding environment, yet being completely aware. Aware of the horror that comes every night to take advantage of an inert but conscious body.
So well written, it was hard to breathe while reading!
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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