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Train to Ecstasy (Coven Girl Series #1)

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4745 words, equal to 27 print pages. Vampire erotica M/F. Explicit sexual content: graphic language, vampire scenes, and sexual situations.

Anne Adair takes vampire erotica to a completely new level in Train to Ecstasy, Story 1 in the Coven Girl Series.

In Train to Ecstasy, a sexual explosion between a recently turned Elizabeth and the object of her desire come together on
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Nook, 27 pages
Published June 6th 2011 by New Line Press
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Lori {Romancing the Dark Side}
Train rides will take on a whole new meaning after reading this!

Elizabeth is a a newly turned vampire who's had a difficult time in the dating realm. When she meets Johnathan in an on-line chatroom for vampires, the two instantly hit it off and began a virtual relationship. After a year of getting to know each other, Elizabeth and Johnathan decide to meet in person and arrange a sexy rendezvous aboard a train that will transcend their passion into a lifetime of ecstasy!

I was left completely brea
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