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Another Amazing Erotic Vampire

After Death Sets Us Free: The Death Chronicles: Book Two
By James Fuller

I couldn't wait to read this book after finishing Book 1.  The story continues,  a few years after the first ends. The story line develops a new path, more characters as well as keeping Conner, Kelsey, William, and Icarus. William, now a vampire himself and Icarus the Warlock have become friends, or have they? Conner's mission is to hunt William down while seeking out the pendant that could turn him back.

The author makes you feel the fear, love and passion in the story. Everything is excellently described that you can envision what is happening.  The deep erotic passion is so well-depicted you feel the tingles yourself. 

The book brings your senses alive. There are so many emotions when reading.  It is brimming with fear, shock, sadness, and love. It leads you to unknown places as the author steers you down a winding road with unexpected events at every turn.

If you enjoy fantasy, vampires, erotica, and …

The man who writes amazing Erotica

Until Death Do Us Part: The Death Chronicles: Book One    by James Fuller @AuthorJFuller

Brother Love

I wrote this story when I was in Grade 8. I got an F on it saying it was too unbelievable.  I used the same story for a grade 11 English Class and got an A.  It shows you that you should never be discouraged by others. I quit writing for awhile thinking I couldn't write, only to become a Children's writer.

Brother Love

Tom enjoyed the warmth of the sun's rays beaming down on his plump, rosy cheeks. He walked homeward, arms laden with party stuff for his younger brother's birthday.
Today was a Saturday in mid July. The Thunder bay area was experiencing an extreme heat wave. Not unusual for this time of summer.

"This day should be for fishing like every summer, Saturday was," Tom thought regretfully. 94 F. outside, the sun begging him to enjoy the day. Instead, his fate would be care taking twelve screaming, bratty kids.

When he arrived home, his feet were hurting him from the hot pavement. "If I had gone fishing today, I could have fried the fish right on…