Lust in Lace is the luscious fifth volume in the Lust series.

Set your taste buds a-tingle with this trio of luscious supernatural tales featuring ghosts and goddesses, vampires and werewolves. In the fifth volume of the Lust series, Valentine’s Day is at its most sinfully delicious when leavened with a touch of darkness, dusted with a bittersweet dash of cocoa, and infused with rich decadence.

The Novellas:

In Devi Ansevi’s Fur and Fury, Liz is the Pack’s Enforcer, and Benton is a professional bounty hunter. They’ve been ordered to retrieve a couple of runaways by Valentine’s Day. Trouble is, Liz’s wolf may think he’s delicious, but her human side is still pissed that Benton ran out on her a year ago. Hell hath no fury like a female shifter near the Full Moon. A couple of days together will either give them time to overcome their differences…or kill each other.

In Byron Cane’s Sir MacRath Thrashes his Valentine, MacRath is a centuries-old vampire returning home after decades of absence. It is 1854 in steampunk London, and Her Majesty has appointed MacRath Her Chastiser of Loose Morals. Phoebe Hayward is a lady of good breeding, but quite a handful. Despite discovering the man ordered to discipline her is actually a vampire, she can’t help falling in love. MacRath will ensure she is well punished and dominated in all ways as befits his naughty Valentine.

In Ina Morata’s The Chocolatier: Daemon of Hearts and Souls, it’s 1920s post-war London, and Edward is a chocolatier tormented by dreams of possessing Ixcacao, the chocolate goddess. When a delicious new patron offers to fulfil his darkest wish, he is delighted to allow Lilith to teach him all the sexy ways to get it. But satiating his desires come at a price. What, and who, does he have to sacrifice to get the love—and lust—of his life? And what will happen if he does? Is it really enough?

Publisher’s Note: Lust in Lace is a paranormal erotic anthology that includes adult language and situations and some darker content. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.