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what the vampires could write about, if they wanted to do a teaching guide.





FANGPLAY
By Lestat de Lioncourt

REVIEW
Feel the need to spice up your sex life? In Lestat's latest novel he demonstrates that you can prolong fangplay and keep the passion rising all night long. With his witty and sometimes blunt examples of vampire lovemaking with his partner, Louis de Pointe du Lac, Lestat certainly proves the point that fangplay can outlast and outmatch full on sex. Worth reading, even if you aren't a vampire as there are many hickey tips in the book too.

RATING
5 stars





FROM BOYS TO MEN
By Marius de Romanus

REVIEW
Marius discusses growing up from a boy into a man. His love and dedication to teenagers has had the world talking, but in this book he set's the record straight. No, he does not lust after young men. Rather, he likes to play with them instead, lull them into a false sense of security and abandom them soon after gaining their complete trust. Not for the faint hearted, or for teenagers.

RATING
2 stars





LIVING LIKE A HEARTLESS ROCK
By Amadeo / Armand

REVIEW
Armand's tips for self control during emotional and confrontational situations. This book details the amazing technique he has developed over the years for self preservation and to ward off the great and cradle-snatching Marius. Very entertaining.

RATING
5 stars

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