Vampire Lake (Lesbian Erotica): Part 1 - The Train.

  • by Paris Rivera
  • Narrated by Piper Fairweather
  • 0 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Mrs. Baker takes the overnight train from Chicago to the Rocky Mountains, she finds she is sharing a compartment with a beautiful young woman with pale skin, an elegant body, dark hair, and shades that the mysterious stranger seems very reluctant to remove. The two women talk but the atmosphere cools quickly and Mrs. Baker retires to the top bunk.
Waking to the moonlight at midnight, she hears the sound of small moans coming from the bed below her. She dares to look over and finds this beautiful young woman with her eyes closed, her covers thrown off to reveal a gorgeous body in bright white bra and panties, and her fingers - incredibly - busying themselves under the thin cotton of those briefs.
The young woman looks up and smiles. Do her teeth look just a little bit sharp? Can the older woman resist that dazzling smile, the fire in those fierce green eyes, or the lure of those soft, high moans? If Mrs. Baker succumbs, it will surely be a path of great passion - and danger.


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One of the Better Books

There isn't much of a fantasy element in this brief vignette; so if that's your thing you won't get too much out of this story. As the title of the review indicates, I enjoyed this work better than some of the author's previous selections. Train travel and lesbian seduction by a stereotypical female vampire were spun together well; this author is basically hit or miss and this one seems to be a hit.
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- Me & My Girls


I love vampire erotica and when I heard the sample with the narrator's voice, I just had to listen to the whole story. The narrator had an innocent but sexy voice mostly.....and was still able to give the vampire chick an authoritative voice without sounding creepy or weird. IMO this is how a vampire should sound in erotica.

The story was great and I loved the train setting. I can't wait for the next part. I hope the narrator does the next part as well.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-09-2016
  • Publisher: Paris Rivera