FANGS AND FOREPLAY… THE EROTIC ADVENTURES OF DRACULA.
A NOVEL BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©
BOOK 3- CHAPTER 21.
The moon was full tonight. It shimmered through the clouds like a lady’s ball-gown, covered in a million sequins. Millie was thankful for its light as she hurried through Birney Forest. She was anxious not to stray from the path.
The forest had an evil reputation. Even though it was several months now since first Rowena Sampson and then her older married sister Jessie had disappeared from there, young girls and women from the village of Birney were still reluctant to walk there alone.
Millie would not be walking there at all now, if it were not for the fact that she was late home tonight. Taking the short-cut through the forest might just get her back home and into her bed before her father returned from Jack Walton’s tavern and gave her hell for breaking her curfew.
She’d had ever such a lovely time tonight with Simeon Randall, the older brother of Jamie Randall who was courting Tamsin, the barmaid at Jack Walton’s. Simeon was different to the outgoing, mischievous Jamie, Jamie with his devil-may-care good looks and the devastating white smile that would charm the birds out of the trees.
Simeon, who ran his own coach business with the help of Jamie, was not as handsome as his brother, but he was tall and strong and he’d made Millie feel so safe and protected tonight as she’d lain naked in his massive arms after they’d made love. He’d taken her virginity tonight and he’d been ever so gentle about it.
She’d just die if she were pregnant, she would, but Simeon had pulled out like he’d promised so fingers crossed she’d be all right. Fingers crossed, Millie, fingers crossed, was what her mother said every month while she anxiously awaited her own monthlies.
Seven children her mother had had and she was determined to have no more, but her mother’s determination on the subject did not deter Millie’s father, who rowdily insisted on his conjugal rights almost every night on his arrival home from Jack Walton’s.
The moon went behind a cloud suddenly. Millie, temporarily deprived of her source of light, tripped over the root of a tree that jutted out over the path. A gigantic old tree it was, gnarled and ancient. The forest was filled with such antiquities.
Winded, Millie lay prone for a moment to catch her breath after the sudden shock. Shakily, she got to her feet, brushing the leaves and little twigs from her dress. It was crumpled enough already from having spent an hour or two on Simeon Randall’s bedroom floor without adding muck from the forest floor to the mix.
The moon came out from behind the clouds and illuminated the forest as if it were day-time. On the path in front of Elizabeth, surely no more than ten or twenty feet away, were two women. They were certainly women, Millie thought as she blinked in surprise and curiosity, but they were unlike any women Millie had ever seen before in her life.
They were beautiful to be sure, but in an otherwordly kind of way, not like the women from around here. One was blonde, with long hair that fell to her waist like a fairytale princess in a childrens’ story-book. Her low-cut gown was of midnight blue, and her breasts were full and luminously white in the glow of the moon. She was a breath-taking sight indeed.
The other woman was dark-haired, with black curls piled Grecian-style on top of her head and a white sleeveless gown, again Grecian-style, cinched around her tiny waist with a wide gold belt. It was this woman who spoke, breaking the silence of the forest. The night was so quiet, not even an owl could be heard hooting.
‘Come here, child,’ said the dark-haired woman. ‘There’s nothing to be frightened of.’
Millie, to her amazement, found herself stumbling forward on unsteady legs. When she was close enough to reach out and touch the strange women, she stopped, her heart pounding. Now she could see them both properly, she was even more in awe of them.
The blonde woman wore a necklace around her white throat that even Millie, with her inexpert eye, could tell was a real jewel. It was a blood-red stone in the shape of a love-heart that nestled between the woman’s breasts and nearly took Millie’s breath away. From the woman’s ears dangled matching blood-red earrings and on her wedding finger, she wore a heavy ruby ring, the most magnificent piece of jewellery Millie had ever laid eyes on.
‘What a pretty thing you are!’ said the dark-haired woman, picking up one of Millie’s soft brown ringlets and twirling it around her finger. ‘What do you think, Countess?’ she added, addressing the blonde-haired woman, whose intense blue eyes roved over Millie’s face and body. Millie was a well-developed young woman of nineteen, whose curves had drawn the eyes of most of the men in the village by now.
‘I’m inclined to agree, Valeria,’ remarked the blonde woman softly in refined tones, certainly not the village brogue. ‘This is a rare find indeed.’
Millie, standing and staring at both women as if in a trance, could only wonder if she were dreaming. Was this even real, or was it a dream? She had never seen creatures this exotic, this different from the village women, in her whole life.
Her head felt funny, as if she were light-headed or something. Her mind was muzzy, that’s what it was. She had no control over her body, either. She was rooted to the spot as if a witch had cast a spell over her, some kind of mystical enchantment.
‘And look at this, Countess,’ exclaimed the woman called Valeria, suddenly tearing at the front of Millie’s dress with a surprising strength. Her actions exposed Millie’s breasts, round and white and firm, with pinkish nipples that stiffened when exposed to the cool night air.
Millie tried to shriek, to protest somehow at this shocking assault on her modesty, but she could not make a sound above a strangled whimper, and her arms would not move to cover her breasts. She was powerless to do anything but wait, wait to see what it was that these strange women, these apparitions, required of her.
The blonde woman smiled suddenly, revealing two hideous fangs on either side of her mouth. She placed her hands on Millie’s breasts and squeezed them hard, much harder than Simeon had done earlier on tonight. The other woman, the dark-haired one called Valeria, smiled a similarly terrifying smile, the fangs in her mouth gleaming bright white in the moonlight.
This woman held Millie’s arms fast from behind, though there was no need. Millie could not have moved, nor yet screamed, to save her life. A horrible crunching sound and a searing pain in the left side of her neck were the last things she knew before she fell to the ground in a dead faint, the two women standing over her with sneers of lust and triumph on their perfect faces.
FANGS AND FOREPLAY… THE EROTIC ADVENTURES OF DRACULA.
A NOVEL BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©
BOOK 3- CHAPTER 22.
Igor the hump-backed gate-keeper, watched intently as the two women glided arm-in-arm back through the gates which he’d left ajar. They were giggling like schoolgirls, talking animatedly together about their high-jinks, with the blood from their kill still dripping down their perfect little chins.
Igor would have tugged respectfully on his forelock had they seen him but they were in their own little world and paid him no attention. Valeria it was who’d asked him to leave the gates open for their little jaunt. She’d reminded him too to say nothing of this to the Master, who would have had Igor’s hide if he’d had even an inkling of what had transpired this night.
Igor owed Valeria for past favours, so he’d done what she asked. Then he’d watched from a discreet distance as the two she-devils sighted their prey, a pretty young woman from the village called Millie Something, Millie Myers, maybe, and then jumped upon it.
They’d drunk every drop of the woman’s blood, then left the drained and lifeless carcass on the forest floor, where it would no doubt already be attracting the attention of the forest beasts.
Now Igor would bury it where no-one would ever find it, except maybe the worms. He trudged into the forest, an accursed place if ever he’d seen one, carrying his shovel over his shoulder and whistling tunelessly. He’d done work like this before.
It didn’t take him long to find the woman where those two fanged bitches had left her. He’d watched them kill her, hadn’t he? He shuddered at the sight of the pale-faced, pitifully naked creature who lay so limp and lifeless in a patch of ferns.
She’d been pretty once, this little Millie Myers, if such was her name, but what man would want her now? Her breasts and buttocks and inner thighs were bitten and scratched so badly it made even Igor wince at the sight. God alone knew what those two vicious she-devils had done to the girl.
They were so beautiful to look at, both of them, Valeria and the Master’s bride, Countess Anna, but they had hearts as black as the pits of Hell underneath their perfect facades.
Igor got on with his job. He’d didn’t care to spend any more time in this bleak, grim forest than he had to. Besides, Desdemona was waiting for him by now back in the gatekeeper’s lodge, his quarters.
‘Where have you been?’ she queried him petulantly when he returned, sweaty and covered in the dirt of the girl’s tomb. She was six feet under now, that little Millie, and likely to remain so. Her family would mourn her but they would never find her rotting corpse, not where Igor had put the poor scrap of humanity. Igor was good at burying the bodies of women. He’d had plenty of practice.
‘I ‘ad a job to do for the Master,’ Igor answered abruptly. Never tell a woman more than she needed to know, that was Igor’s motto. He’d parked the muddy shovel against the wall of the gatehouse hallway, where the Master wouldn’t see it when he came home through the gates in his carriage. Now he pulled off his sweat-soaked shirt while Desdemona watched him intently from her position stretched out on the bed.
Igor was not self-conscious about the hump on his back in front of Desdemona. Desdemona, fascinated by his deformity, had kissed and licked every inch of it and even liked to hold onto it tightly while she lay beneath him during their coupling. She even raked her blood-red nails against it, that was how much she liked its feel.
Now she openly eyed it, lust in her she-devil’s green eyes. Igor was not tall, and with the hump and his solid build, he might have been taken for squat. But he was only thirty years of age and his face, framed by his over-long brown hair, was not exactly unpleasing to the female eye.
Best of all, Mother Nature had compensated him for the hump by generously endowing him with a male organ of above average length and thickness. This held Desdemona’s interest long after she would normally have tired of him. Igor was grateful for this fact. Desdemona was one of the most exotic and lustful of the Count’s vampire handmaidens.
When Igor was naked, his maleness springing automatically to attention like a soldier on parade, he climbed onto the bed and began immediately to seek out Desdemona’s female parts beneath her wine-red velvet dress. She wore no undergarments, the randy whore, just like all of the Count’s sex-slaves, and parted her milk-white thighs readily.
‘Lick me, Igor,’ she said huskily, gesturing towards the thatch of jet-black hair between her legs, as waywardly curly as the hair on her head. Igor’s eyes widened greedily at the sight of the red lips that nestled between those thighs, jewelled with little glistening drops of moisture.
Was there ever such a sight? It was enough to drive a man clean out of his mind. Desdemona spread the lips wide open with her white fingers. Igor needed no further invitation. He bent his head towards her and licked his own lips…
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY OF SANDRA HARRIS.
Sandra Harris is a Dublin-based novelist, film blogger and movie reviewer. She has studied Creative Writing and Film-Making. She has published a number of e-books on the following topics: horror film reviews, multi-genre film reviews, womens’ fiction, erotic fiction, erotic horror fiction and erotic poetry. Several new books are currently in the pipeline. You can browse or buy any of Sandra’s books by following the link below straight to her Amazon Author Page:
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