Severin Molochi is in love with a goddess. She’s not the kind found in a church, or that you can take with you to church for that matter. She’s of the old, muddy, animal line of Cain: those who gained power in the world’s first murder. Just as Severin and his goddess Wanda are settling in their new home, setting up her future dominion, her jealous siblings come calling, but they’re not after her. They want every gods’ most valuable asset, the mortal chosen as the conduit between them and the people, who in this case happens to share her bed.
Heirs of Cain, a gothic horror fantasy erotic thriller novelette series, continues here.
(estimated reading time: 1 hour, 27 minutes)
Heirs of Cain
Venus in Quarantine
After the thirtieth entry or so I realized what was so familiar about the process; it was as if these unsuspecting people were being added to a menu, complete with their prices, and the intention was to serve them all to a solitary but reliable customer who would appear out of the dark and damp at the same time each day without the ring of a doorbell, like a fox fed once and then forever entitled.
And her name was Wanda Blasphemer Pelts. My Wanda. My whole world, to have her tell it and me experience it. She did not permit me what used to be the most basic knowledge of position spatial and chronological, which still prevented a precise understanding of both my location and the year, but I knew that she and I had recorded three months of paradigm-gnawing history together, written in an ink of sweat and a sensual but possession-gnarled hand, our bodies intertwined like two pages stuck together, the words of experience on her, still wet, transferred messily to my blank by rapturous spineless contact. Continue reading