Vampire Transgression

Michael Schiefelbein, Author St. Martin's Press $23.95 (268p) ISBN 978-0-312-33021-7
After centuries of feeding on holy monks (in Vampire Vow and Vampire Thrall), Roman aristocrat-turned-bloodsucker Victor Decimus has moved to Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood, where he presides over an S&M club in what was once a Catholic church. Now known as Victor Boudreaux, the protagonist of this graphic gay-themed novel remains haunted by Jesus's romantic rejection 2000 years earlier. But Victor has found love with Paul, an artist from Kansas whom he transformed into a vampire, and the two live together in violation of the rules of the ""Dark Kingdom,"" which forbid vampires to associate. The two defy agents of the Dark Kingdom and a devout Jesuit priest, whose lustful young assistant, Kyle, they ruthlessly seduce. Though Schiefelbein occasionally ignores the novel's internal morality and logic for the sake of quick plot turns, this spiritually-tinged potboiler's nonstop progression of lurid gay sex and bloodsucking scenes will titillate fans of the genre.
Reviewed on: 05/01/2006
Release date: 05/01/2006
Genre: Fiction
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