Adenike Lucas

Biography

Hello, and welcome. Thank you for taking the time out to consider my book, Vampire Whore. The story is a wild ride into a snipet of my imagination which I hope will entertain you.

I am currently working on adding more to this page. Until I do, please feel free to visit my first interview with www.urbanhorror.com at this link: http://www.urbanhorror.com/vampirewhore.html

Also, I've partnered with Author, Arielle Crowell, and the Graphic Designer Extraordinaire, Laurent Biggs to bring readers, Literati Media Group! Check us out a www.literatimediagroup.com

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Videos

Vampire Whore
Not every girl is a good girl, and sometimes she's not even what you think she is. Beware of the Vampire Whore because she doesn't want your money... she wants your BLOOD!!!!

I Love Him, He Loves Me Not
Valley Rain De'Amore is a young woman ready to start new, and is involved with a young man named Ramses. Unfortunately, he is dating her best friend while Valley is left in a jealous frenzy. Ramses is everything Valley could ever want in a man, but he won't be hers until she gets rid of the one person who stands in the way. When it comes to her lover, Valley is unpredictable and ruthless. Read, "I Love Him, He Loves Me Not" to find out if the man of Valley's dreams will be hers in reality.

Books

Vampire Whore
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 104,250. Language: English. Published: December 20, 2011. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Urban life, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
Some women who walk the streets at night aren't looking for a good time... some want your blood! She's beautiful, she's desirable, and she's out for revenge! Read the story of the Vampire Whore, and learn what it means to be a tortured soul.

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africanamerican    erotica    revenge    richmond    science fiction    thriller    urban    vampire    women   

Smashwords book reviews by Adenike Lucas

  • Prison Break on Jan. 14, 2014

    "Prison Break" was short and sweet. I liked the fact that the author got to the point, and didn't burden this short little gem with a bunch of minute details. I also liked that there was one great love scene. Since this was a short story, I would have hated to be bogged down with so many of them. It was great that the author took her time to make you feel the one scene. Another reason why I liked this story was that even though it was an adult themed story, the love scene was not too graphic. I do love a great adult themed scene, but too many details about how they are making love can make it gross or uncomfortable (and it takes a lot to make me uncomfortable.) Great job. I'm pretty sure the other stories in this series are just as fun.