Bram Zelig

Biography

Bram Zelig--a cousin of the, erotica-writing, twins Jon Zelig & Joy Zelig, the former more Femdom-Focused, the latter more Maledom-Oriented--writes about the supernatural in a contemporary setting, erotica and romance threading through the tapestry of his work.

Vampires walk among us, thirsty for blood!

And . . . sometimes hungry for love, sex, and a little compassion.

Just because you have "biting issues" doesn't mean you're fundamentally bad!

Just because you're supernaturally attractive, charming, and magnetic doesn't make you good--or necessarily the best person to get into a relationship with!

And . . . just because Love, Sex, Death (and The Undead) are serious topics?

Doesn't mean there's never anything to laugh about.

Otherwise. . . ?

What's the point, really?

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Books

Sister No More An Erotic Vampire Romance
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,150. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2018 by Zelig Media. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Paranormal, Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Twenty years, he’d fed the heat of her frustrated desire, voice ever louder in her head, moving, steadily, methodically, through a jungle of thoughts, emotions, desires: brushing against them; caressing; re-ordering; shaping—the pleasure he fed her steadily more intense, almost unbearable. Surely an emotional or sexual fuse would blow—saving mind & libido from utter, irrevocable meltdown. No?
Cuckolded By The Vampire
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,550. Language: English. Published: August 30, 2018 by Zelig Media. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Paranormal, Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
A fleeting phantom in the half-light—in the small hours of the morning—razor-sharp fingernails lacerating Nora's nipples: Marking her as His. He'd held Himself in check, her husband beside her: terrified, mute, paralyzed. Then, deeming her ready, He’d taken her. TOTALLY, a quirk of his anatomy allowing him to do so “doubly,” her husband fully there--and utterly helpless. So it began . . .

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