Title: Cairo Curse
Love is dangerous. Life is fleeting. And the choices we make can last an Eternity.
On a photo shoot in Cairo, lovelorn American model Nash Sommers harbors a secret lust for his handsome and confident colleague Ryan Thomas. When a drunken evening leads them to Cairo’s coolest nightclub, the two young men decide to explore the undiscovered pleasures of their relationship with the inclusion of a third party-a handsome, mysterious young Egyptian who lures them away from the nightclub…
…and into the dark realms of the City of the Dead. There, deep within a secret tomb, Nash’s languishing lust for Ryan will be put to the ultimate test in the presence of a dark and ancient Egyptian vampire, the evil Ramseth.
Will the young Americans be seduced by sin? Will passion and pride lead to eternal punishment? Will the one thing Nash desires most be his doom?
Author: Geoffrey Knight
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: To Catch a Fox , The Boy From Brighton, Miami Moon, The Pearl
Series: Vampire's Lair
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Miami Moon
Published by Wilde City Press Source: Publisher
Published: May 22, 2013
Genres: Dark Erotica, Horror, Male Male Romance, Suspense
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Cairo Curse was gritty and sultry as Geoffrey Knight took the main characters Ryan and Nash to the underbelly of the seedy side of Cairo’s offerings. The two, male models; vain and full of themselves, are led beneath the City of the Dead by a strikingly sensual stage hand, for what became the fantasy and horror of their lives.
Cairo Curse was a suspenseful horror story which vividly described the ancient enigmatic mystery of Cairo. The word choice of the author was extremely rich that a reader could easily place themselves in the spot of description. I was catapulted to the labyrinth beneath the city and pictured the sarcophaguses, the erotic movements of the men, and the vastness of their hunger.
Geoffrey Knight described an orgy of sexual delights as Ryan and Nash met the vampire lord, Ramseth, soon to be his next prey. The sex was abundant and lewd as Ramseth demanded complete sexual submission of the men, satisfying all parties. But, as with all horrors, good things came to an end, as Ryan and Nash began to realize through the haze of copulation the true nature of the orgy.
The second book in the Vampire Lair series can be read as a standalone, as the characters are different. I can only hope there will be more exploits to the series.