DeadGirlKaufmann and Jack are minding their own business, intent on making their way to their favorite place. As best friends, they’ve done just about everything together. In their minds, they’re going to spend their Saturday in as peaceful a manner as possible. Life for them is hectic at best, and they just want to get away from everything for awhile.

Their romp to their favorite cave soon yields unexpected results. A beautiful siren has made her way to the cave. Never in their lifetimes have they seen such a thing. The girl is everything they could have ever imagined. Beautiful, young, and enticing. Yet she’s also something they never expected–dead.

Determined to make the most of the situation, the boys try to make sense of who she is and how she got there. Granted, they don’t have that much information to go on. To make matters worse, her beauty incites their baser desires. They soon find themselves caught between a rock and hard place, unwilling to let the girl go. The two must sample her desires before they can move on. Besides, no one will ever know what they’ve done to her. She’s dead, after all.

An enticing and titillating short story, Dead Girl immerses the reader in a hot little romp between two boys and a slumbering vampire. It’s delightful to see the banter between Jack and Kaufmann as they decide with what to do about the beautiful woman. They can’t help themselves around her. A vampire’s beauty always draws a human to them, so it’s only understandable that they’ve given in to their darkest passions. I honestly enjoyed this little morsel and think others will, too.


When two boys find a body in their childhood hang out, they decide to have some fun, but get more than they bargained for.


Brought to you by Hot Ink Press, DEAD GIRL is boundary pushing, it’s sexy, it’s violent, it’s of questionable taste, and I think you’re going to love it.

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pavartiktylerAward-winning author of multi-cultural and transgressive literature, Pavarti K. Tyler can be found with Doc Martens strapped on over fishnets, but a girlish giggle as easily and likely as a throaty guffaw.

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