A few months late, but it's here.
This is the physical copy version of my latest short story collection. The ebook version did come out around Saint Patrick's Day a few months ago, but the print version ended up lagging behind for one reason or another. This has now been fixed, so if you prefer to read my stories in physical book form rather than on an ereader, the latest collection is now available.
Here's the blurb:
Who is the lucky one - the man given sensual pleasure beyond his dreams, or the succubus that ensnares and drains him?
Dangerous and delectable sirens abound in M. E. Hydra's sixth collection of horror erotica. Within these pages you'll find thirteen tales that will tempt, tease, titillate and terrify. Read and enjoy as dark temptresses weave their seductive webs and draw in their (un)fortunate prey.
In "A Succubus for Saint Patrick's Day" a down-on-his-luck gambler thinks his fortune has changed when a magical succubus comes to his aid. A strange agency provides an unusual service in "The High-School Sweetheart Removal Agency". A researcher has a dangerous and highly sensual encounter with an alien creature in "A Real-Life Goo Girl". In "Number 66" an expat searches for an unusual girl in the fleshpots of Bangkok. An accomplished thief falls prey to a shadowy guardian in "Rogue vs. Lamia". A rich man gets the bigger dick he's always wanted in "Crabs", only to discover the treatment has some alarming side effects. And finally, a young man gets a surprise when he tries to rape the wrong victim in "Joe Boyega Picks a Bad Night to Become a Rapist".
They'll give you pleasures beyond your wildest dreams, and terrors beyond your darkest nightmares...
The collection consists of 13 stories of sexy succubus/monster girl horror erotica. Six of these can only be found in this collection while a seventh only appeared previously in a horror erotica anthology from eXcessica.
The print versions aren't big sellers for me, mainly because Print-on-Demand makes books considerably more expensive than typical mass-market paperbacks, but I always like to make a print option available if I can because I know some people prefer to own physical books over ebooks. It's also a nice ego-trip for a writer to see their own books sitting on a bookshelf. :D
Anyway, sorry for making you wait so long for this, print lovers. I'll try to make sure the print and ereader version releases are synchronised a little better for future books.