Training a Wife
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A RECENT article by Brill, entitled “Artificial Dreams and Lying,” recalled to me a little work I did two years ago while engaged in making an introductory study of dreams as a thesis at Clark University. The part which is hereby submitted is a fragment of a larger work and, being only a sort of side issue, was never included in the thesis proper.…
The Virgin Witch and the Vampire King, #2
Beth had hoped that with her marriage to four men (the Vampire King, the Alien King with diphallia, and the Alpha werewolves), things would settle down, but boy was she wrong. Death and betrayal seemed to be at every turn they made. The only thing Beth knew for sure was to stay close to her men and trust no one. Beth had always been taught to believe in the future and hope for the best, but how can she be the wife and mother she wants to be if this sick psycho knows her every move? How can Beth trust her own judgment when twice now her best friends have turned out to be her enemies?
Two powerful Kings and two alpha shifters should be able to keep their woman safe, but instead those they had trusted with her life had betrayed them time and time again. The only thing left for them to do is to leave her home planet and start anew. Together the five of them must start all over. One step at a time. Ruling from afar, trusting only a select few, Vampire King Edward, Alien King Lucas, and Alphas Dred and Rock must prove they are more than capable of keeping her safe and satisfied.