Hottest Vamp Chix
By Louisa Bacio
Cute vampire guys continue to dominate in popularity. While I can wax on about the loving of the unloving, how about another twist on the tale: the hot female cohorts. Either, the “weaker” of the species in vamp form, or those that love the walking undead. Here’s my take (in no particular order, except for how they came to mind):
1) Buffy aka Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Sarah Michelle Gellar kicks vampire-ass, and also kisses and lives to tell. Talk about a love triangle: Angel, Spike, and the ultimate battle between the tortured souls – or lack thereof.
2) Faith. She did bad so good. Years after the end of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Faith continues to make guest appearances in my dreams. ‘Nuff said.
3) Star, The Lost Boys, Jami Gertz. Oh how jealous I was of the starlet with her thick, curly hair in the ‘80s. And, Jason Patric was almost as pretty.
4) Aaliyah, Queen of the Damned. The singer-turned-star pulled off this dark-sexy character with an added edge. Tragically, with her death at the end of production, we’ll never know what her finished product would be like.
5) Claudia, Interview with the Vampire, brought to life by young Kirsten Dunst. Wickedly evil. What happens when a child who hasn’t developed a conscious can have just about anything she wants.
6) Mina, Dracula. Winona Rider’s turn as the innocent woman who captures the bloodsucker’s attention remains particularly noteworthy.
7) Bella – How can I not include Edward’s bride? If only to gain those keywords: Twilight.
8) Lily, The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf. A little bit self-serving, I know, but my witch-chick Lily can hold her own with a vampire and a werewolf.
9) Ivy, Hollows Series by Kim Harrison. The living-dead girl can barely control her vampire-like tendencies, and has a penchant for kinky sex in order to feel anything, and lusts after her roommate.
10) Carmilla. Gothic, lesbian vampire novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. Originally published in 1872, the story actually predates Dracula (but not Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein). Imagine that!
The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: A Threesome Wedding Adventure
By Louisa Bacio
Planning a wedding can be stressful and crazy-making. Planning three weddings at the same time? That’s insanity. While The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf embark on a nuptial excursion, Silver & Nick hold down the home fortress in New Orleans.
And as if everyone doesn’t have enough to deal with, the Voodoo King comes calling with a magic elixir that diminishes sexual inhibitions and an eerie quiet spreads across the French Quarter. Life as they know it may never be the same.
The threesome is forced to put off honeymoon bliss in order to banish the demons of their past, and embrace the uncertainty of the future.
Louisa Bacio is the author of five erotic novels, including the paranormal series The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf, and numerous steamy short stories.
Bacio enjoys soaking up the sun in Southern California, and spending time with her family. In addition to writing and editing, Bacio teaches college courses in English, journalism, film studies and popular culture.
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