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Hello, and welcome to my blog. I'm so glad you decided to stop by. My name's Angela R Sargenti, AKA The Queen of Short Attention Span Erotica. Got a minute? Then you have time for a quickie.


Friday, August 15, 2014

The Vampires' Ball

Hi, everyone.
I'm back again this week with another new snippet,
this time from my work-in-progress,
The Vampires' Ball, a vampire spanking romance.

“Come on, Philippa.  Tell Master.  Are you sorry you’ve been so bratty?”

And still she would not answer, so I paddled her bottom a good half a dozen more times.  She was red and very, very hot, and was already getting bruised.  I was sorely tempted to get her up and bend her over and strap her good, but ten or twelve more blows and she finally cracked.

“I’m sorry,” she gasped.  “I won’t do it any more.  Please.”
I stopped and glanced across at Regina.  She nodded slightly and I leaned forward and handed her the paddle.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Review of Werewolf Brothers Make Better Lovers

Have you seen the awesome review Christina Harding did of "Werewolf Brothers Make Better Lovers"?  If not, check it out here and on her blog at

Genre: Paranormal/Threesome

Venice is a magical city. It brings out the best...and the beast in all of us! Amy is a young American who has moved to Venice to pursue her architectural career. But when she meets two suave and sophisticated brothers, Amy realizes that Venice has so much more to offer....

My Review:
This was a fun read. What I enjoy about paranormal erotica is how many opportunities it opens for creativity, a freedom which Angela clearly utilized while writing Werewolf Brothers Make Better Lovers. Rather than going the BDSM route, which I see frequently with paranormal erotica, Angela takes the route of making these werewolves dangerous, forbidden lovers (not unlike Edward in Twilight). She also has fun with describing the folklore regarding werewolves, though at times I wished she had explained it a little more clearly. By putting two werewolves in this short, Angela was able to include their banter, which gave the reader an interesting insight into the werewolves and their mannerisms. I appreciated how Angela explored the differences between the werewolves and humans by getting inside of the werewolves heads, rather than focusing so much on their physical characteristics. It created a unique perspective. I think this is a good read for those who like paranormal erotica, and especially those who enjoyed Twilight.