I got the chance to talk to a dark and dangerous Vamp and I'll be sharing my interview with you guys. Please welcome Christian..
As I walk towards the residence of Christian...a very old and powerful vampire. It's dark and this girl does NOT do darkness very well. So to say I'm nervous is an understatement, but I'm glad he has granted this interview.
Knocking on the door...I'm going through my big ass bag to make sure I have everything that I don’t even notice that the door has opened. Looking up, a very large man is staring at me with a sly smile on his face.
He nods and lets me in. Dressed in Armani, he's gorgeous. I look around and notice that Juliette isnt with us.
Hi Christian and thank you for your time...so, Juliette won’t be joining us tonight?
Christian: No, my pet is none of your concern.
Alright then, please tell me a little about yourself.
Christian: *chuckles* Tell me, have you ever spoken to a centuries-old vampire? My guess is, no. ‘Tell me a little about yourself’? I’ve been entertaining these little interviews because they amuse me, but watch yourself. I’m hungry and cranky right now.
You should also try to get a grip on that fluttery nervousness you’re experiencing—for your own sake. Ask your next question. Try something specific this time.
Why the interest in Juliette? So, like you knew at that age 13, she was meant for you?
Christian: You make me sound like a dirty old man. It wasn’t sexual. Yes, I knew she’d grow into a beautiful woman, but it was about the fact that I couldn’t control her mind. She’s got an impressively strong mind, and I don’t like puppets. I could read her thoughts, but I couldn’t control them no matter how hard I tried.
It’s easy enough for a younger vampire to find a woman like that. But the older you get the more rare a find it is because vampires get stronger, and humans usually don’t. Finding Juliette was like finding the last piece of good fruit in an orchard destroyed by a hurricane. Do you understand? And get those “she was meant for you” romantic notions out of your head. Vampires are not romantic heroes.
May I ask what where the papers that you and your friends acquired from Juliette's parents house so long ago?
Christian: No. You may not. Next question.
You were very...um...very...well I'll just say mean to Juliette when she was ...erm...with you. This was all to keep her from loving you. Why?
Christian: Well, you human women are... naïve at best when it comes to vampires. You know what I am and yet you have these little fantasies about me. I can tell because they’re running through your head at a dizzying pace. Let’s get something clear. I am not “mean to keep people from loving me”. Stop looking for my oooey gooey sensitive center. I am a predator. Do you think Lions are mean? What about tigers? Do you know how utterly infuriating it is to have human women class me like some harmless beefcake from one of their fantasies? I am NOT human. Kindly stop ascribing human emotions and motivations to me.
Can we expect to read more about yourself and your world?
Christian: I don’t think so, no. I was barely willing to let Kitty tell, *this* story. And now I can see why. Human women will just never understand. It’s all that sparkly vampire nonsense, and vampires with a soul, and vampire romance heroes, and the almost suicidal attraction women have to “bad boys”. I give up trying to explain it.
Thank you again Christian for allowing me to visit you....maybe I'll get to talk to you again soon...
Christian: You probably don’t want to wish for that
To read more about Christian and Juliette, you have to read The Last Girl. Let me tell you this book is def not for the faint of heart. It's a rough read, but I loved that about the story. It's gritty and a whole lot more.
***a recommended read
The Last Girl:
Six years ago strangers broke into Juliette’s house; she was home alone and only thirteen. She kept her eyes closed, praying that if she didn’t see anything, she wouldn’t be killed. No one harmed her. In fact, one of the thieves protected her. Now Juliette’s dreams are haunted by him.
Christian has waited to take her, resisting the urge each night. It always ends badly with human pets. They’re too fragile. The longer he can wait, the better, because the moment he takes her, the clock on her life starts ticking down.
Then she’ll be gone forever.
This is a work of fiction, and the author does not endorse or condone any behavior done to another human being without their consent.
Warning: This book is meant for a mature audience and contains master/slave, group sexual activity, sadomasochism, girl-on-girl, oral and anal play, exhibitionism, blood play, edge play, as well as one other thing I’m not warning you about because it would be a spoiler... but it’s not a big taboo.
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Kitty Thomas writes dark literary fiction that explores power dynamics and sexuality (back in the olden days people called it erotica). This work is fiction and meant for an adult audience. The author does not endorse or condone any of the behavior carried out by characters in her stories.
Her work is not “erotic romance”. Often on some level it is about love and/or obsession. Often the couple in some way ends up “together”, but the work should not be expected to follow the conventions of any type of genre romance, erotic or otherwise. If you are looking for genre romance (erotic or otherwise), please read a different author. Erotic romance is “more explicit romance”. This is something different.
Inspiration for Kitty’s work comes from many sources including Story of O, Nine and a Half Weeks, and the work of Claudia D. Christian.
This is where you can find Kitty