To stay 'alive', a stoneshifter must make love to a female every ten years.
When Mila discovers her sister will be the next victim on Sacrifice Day, her normal reply would be, sorry, I'm busy.
After viewing ancient data and seeing the massive size of stoneshifters, Mila decides to rescue Tiana. Her sister is blood and she'd rather not see her tied to the sacrifice table and turned into jam.
Lord Zarblu, stoneshifter and owner of the enormous black fortress looming over the city, turns his gaze upon Mila.
Like a giant cat with a teensy mouse, Zarblu plays with Mila. Catch...release...catch. Gentle and caring are words that no stone-beast monster should claim, surely?
Desiring something that might kill you is insane yet the sacrifice table begins to look attractive. Zarblu is a big, strong, determined male who's had a thousand, thousand years to contemplate life.
What if he isn't quite the monster she thought he was...
What if he wants her to be his sacrifice?
Warning: This is a very graphic and carnal story for those who love the fantasy of being caught by a monster.
This is not pitch-black dark, this is the pansy dark you reach for when you're all darked out and one step from seeing your therapist.
Some of this story is FUN.
And there are BIG STONE DICKS.
There are however zero robots that go PEW PEW.
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Cari Silverwood is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer of kinky darkness or sometimes of dark kinkiness, depending on her moods and the amount of time she's spent staring into the night.
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