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Solicitor Jonathon Harker is lucky to escape with his life after he is duped into visiting Dracula’s castle. But while recovering from his ordeal, he doesn’t realize that his enemy is travelling to England, where his young wife-to-be and her friend, Lucy, reside. When Lucy is struck down by an unknown illness that takes a sinister turn, her friend and doctor, John Seward, is forced to call in his old teacher, Van Helsing, to solve the mystery. Van Helsing's horrifying conclusions throw them all into a desperate battle against one of man’s most cunning and terrifying foes: Count Dracula.
Always a spicy novel, this version includes scenes that Victorian prudery stopped Bram Stoker from writing himself. Have you ever wondered what really happened in the castle between Jonathon Harker and Dracula’s women? Or about the doomed relationship between Arthur and Lucy? Here is the famous horror classic revealed in all its sensual glory.
Sensuality Level: Sensual
The Classics Exposed...
A group of friends are stalked by evil, and plagued by lust.
Jonathan Harker, a young lawyer, is sent to Transylvania to work with Count Dracula on the latter’s acquisition of property in England. However, it’s not long before the Count’s motives are revealed to be more sinister than they at first appeared. He has no reflection, an unnatural fascination with blood, and a determination to satisfy his appetites in a new country.
Distracted by the insatiable, spectral women who haunt the Count’s castle, Jonathan is trapped in a foreign land while Dracula travels to England. There, the charismatic Count seduces his way into the lives of Jonathan’s friends...and his fiancée, Mina.
Also in mortal danger is Mina’s best friend and occasional sleeping partner Lucy Westenra, whose suitors band together to defeat the Count. If they fail, the highly-sexed Lucy may not be the only one who falls victim to the Count’s dual reign of terror and lust.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of FF intimacy, and scenes of dubious consent.
Bram Stoker's Dracula introduces one of literature's most famous characters, as the terrifying Count wreaks havoc on the band of hunters intent on stopping him.