Dark Angels: Lesbian Vampire Erotica

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Pam Keesey
Simon and Schuster, Oct 1, 2006 - Fiction - 144 pages
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If the vampire is both scary and seductive, the lesbian vampire, who lives at the farthest fringes of society, is doubly so. The appeal of this quintessential bad girl is unmistakable and irresistible: the hypnotic eyes, fetishy garb and make-up, lips that can kiss or open to reveal gleaming fangs that lovingly pierce flesh. These are some of the weapons she employs to lure and enslave her victims, willing and otherwise. Edited by noted vampire aficionado Pam Keesey, Dark Angels showcases the lesbian vampire in all her glory.

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User Review  - RandyStafford - LibraryThing

All lesbians all the time every story. So this anthology's title is truth in advertising - though a slightly broader definition of vampire is in play rather than the standard bloodsucker. Though a ... Read full review

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User Review  - thioviolight - LibraryThing

I found this anthology generally entertaining, though some stories were just so-so for me. "Dark Angels" collects lesbian fiction about vampires of different kinds, told in different tones. The best ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Pam Keesey is the author of Vamps: An Illustrated History of the Femme Fatale and the editor of Dark Angels: Lesbian Vampire Stories. She lives in Seattle. Daughter of Darkness “Perfect for curling up on dark and stormy winter nights…” — The RocketIn Daughters of Darkness, lesbian vampires woo, seduce, and otherwise overpower their intended. There is lovemaking in zero gravity, vampirism transposed to the S/M scene, and steamy encounters in a variety of locales. But take away the supernatural aspect and Daughters of Darkness becomes a tribute to an even more compelling subject: the sexually aggressive woman and her archetypal roles, from nurturing goddess to dangerous predator.” — The Advocate “The lesbian may be the skeleton-in-the closet of vampire lore…” — Booklist

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