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That's a really great story. I wish it would have a sequel.

GOSH !!

A blowjob by a vampire .... !! Almost an oxymoron, no ...?
There is one obscure comic about the adventures of vampiress countess Elisabeth Bathory where she cuts off the penis of the boys she is sucking at the very moment they are ejaculating ... For them this is the ultimate (and obviously last) sensation .... Eros meeting Thanatos ... The little and the great death mixed together ... Agony and Extasy ... And for her, the tasty pleasure of feasting on both the fluids + the pure thrill of the stream of blood hitting full force her throat like a second ejaculation .... Must be extremely difficult for Sylvia when she is blowing Danny to resist the proximity of the pulsating blood in the penis and the appeal of the apparent thicky veins... No wonder she is always sucking him only AFTER she has been satiated with blood...

I also expect a lot from the moment Anita or Sylvia will let Danny have vaginal or anal sex with them, since I anticipate that all their organism is engineered to suck and absorb fluids to the max and so their inner parts must obviously both work as a vacuum pump filling the penis with more blood almost to the point of exploding - incidentally giving Danny the feeling that his cock has doubled in size :-) -, as well as their inner walls acting as suction cups to maximize the intake of said fluids, but in the same time increasing and extending the pleasurable sensations for him .... Why not, the suction mechanism might as well be able to puncture and aspirate some blood from the caged penis, making it again a case of Eros and Thanatos, attraction-repulsion at the same time, as well as requiring expertise of the vampire not to leech the organ dry ...

glad

glad you continued the story as it would have left a lot unanswered. Pretty dark but a good read.

Captivating, memorable story

Well-written and compelling - you are drawn into the story and feel compelled to keep on reading, to see what happens next. That being said, the death of Molly was gruesome and difficult to read. In spite of the horrors he's committed, you can still feel for him as he faces his own demise.

Neither Arthur or Rowan are "likeable", yet you still root for Arthur to live at the end, as well as feeling sorry for Rowan for her condition.

Easy to read, compelling, overall well-written story. Congrats to AMoveableBeast for winning the contest - well deserved! I won't soon forget reading this.

omg

no words. that was both terrible and amazing. wow. just wow. deservedly won

Confusion

I wonder what it says about me that I was so caught up in the tales of fairies and Arthur's perverse view of what he was doing that the murder itself barely registered on the first read through. I was entranced by the fairy tale theme, especially as he related it to both his forms of work and i think for that reason i never felt that sense of dread or scariness that others reported.

When he met the little girl i was ready to name her little red riding hood and found it confusing that once their conversation began it didn't go the way i had expected or wanted. Instead i got Arthur's tale but in this case i was able to make the change unlike some of your faster paced stories.

I can see how someone not in the right frame of mind to read may have stopped after the initial murder and labelled it torture porn. I feel that other's may be looking too deeply for meaning into a story that is blatant in what it is saying about fairy tales and that people usually get what is coming to them. This was a cautionary tale itself. Arthur actually references this point about himself and we all know what happens to the big bad wolf.

For once my criticism is minor. I was a bit put off by the taboo feel of pedophilia or taking advantage of a "special" girl that teased through the dialogue between Arthur and Rowan at times. It was very easy to forget you had given her an age when he first got to the playground, The slow/special stuff was a tiny bit of squik for me in what was otherwise a fabulous tale.

Where is it?

This is AMAZING! All I have to ask is... Where is the rest of it?! XD There HAS to be more somewhere! :P

One of my favorites.

I hate the fact he dies. I was rooting for him the first time I read it.
Still a great story, and I like the fact Capramendes had gigantic breasts. That was a turn on.

I love your other stories as well. Please keep writing.

Looking for more...

So far I love this story. This would fit very nicely into a paranormal romance genre if you considered writing a full book. It is one that I would buy and follow a series of. Please consider continuing the story, or offering it to another writer who might be able to do it justice.

Possible inconsistencies - Protagonist's intelligence?

The uncle is easy to hate and easy to imagine as a character. However, it was difficult to get attached to the 'protagonist' for me. It seemed conflicting that she should sound smart/intelligent in the very earliest part of the story and yet seem... less clever later on.

On a semi-related note, does it take a degree to become a librarian in England? I know in the states librarians in general require a degree. An assistant librarian would make more sense if so for her age and formal education. (That is assuming this is not an alternate Earth timeline, by which then go right ahead. I didn't catch specifically what era the setting was or what war specifically the story was referring to other than the "historical" tag.)

What was on that shard? Am I wrong thinking it was:

"Ahem."
Phil turned. There was a naked girl with long green hair standing next to his bed. She beckoned to him with one index finger while the other slipped down between the plush lips of her labia.
Oh fuck.

awesome

Please finish this it is amazing

"A Crusade in Crimson" is now Live on Amazon! Check out the Link on my Bio Page! Enjoy the ride, folks! :)

A grim fairy tale

Though the imagery in the story was disturbing, as all good horror should be, I found it telling that the majority of the comments on this story are from some of the more accomplished authors on Literotica.

While reluctant to include myself in that group, I just wanted to let you know that I, for one, am not afraid to admit that I envy the twisted language, dense descriptiveness and rich, layered characterizations that permeate this and all of your stories.

Good luck in the contest! ~ Seanathon

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