Young Adult Vampire Fun in The Teen Game

Happy Hump Day! Here’s a little something playful to brighten your midweek slump. It is an excerpt from my first published short story, The Teen Game, featured in Devils, Demons and Werewolves under my maiden name, Catherine Hargreaves.

Excerpt

His mouth was a little sloppy I have to admit but it was certainly exciting to be embraced by such a young boy after so many years! I gradually showed him how to kiss me properly using my tongue, lips and teeth and then I felt his hands slide instinctively down my body, although he carefully avoided my breasts to begin with.  He was so innocent and clearly a virgin.

As much as I liked to torment myself with my little games, I was thirsty; I hadn’t fed all day and was beginning to feel weak.  His pulse was beating against my skin, and I kissed in a seductive line down his jaw until my mouth hovered over that delicate place, and I inhaled his warm, sweet scent.  Then I struck, quick, fast, biting a neat little hole and drinking deeply of his youthful blood. He cried out but it was muffled against my hair and I projected calming thoughts into his mind, persuading him that we were simply kissing and caressing each other, nothing more. He became still against me and when I had finished and pushed him gently away, he swayed a little and struggled to focus on my face.

When he spoke his voice was hoarse. 

“Whoa that was intense! So, um, I should get you home Liz.”

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The Teen Game: A Vampire Short Story is featured inside Devils, Demons and Werewolves. Click here for details.

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