Horror writer J.A. Warnell has teamed with erotic comics creator Otto Maddox, to create a new series delving into the dark recesses of H.P. Lovecraft's bizarre and unholy universe. In true Lovecraft style, they pen for us a sinister world where ancient monstrosities sit idly, biding their time in anticipation of a singular moment of weakness when the lines between their world and ours can be broken... [click here for more]
Blaine Cedric is considered a big catch in Treece. He's been away from home for a long time, and the only reason he came home now was to prevent an old childhood friend from destroying something pure.
Shyla Kabrey was only seven when her mother began working for the Compound of Treece. Without a father, and her mother dying when Shyla was fifteen, she became a ward of the town. For six years she... [click here for more]
Dane Knight never believed that there is one girl out there just for him, or that she might walk right passed him. Until Samara Tabor did just that. She is everything he could even want. She brings out feelings inside him that he never knew he had, or could feel for someone.
Having her summoned to the Compound is the easy part. Showing her how right they are for one another, a bit more difficult.... [click here for more]
Devon Noved isn't the kind of man to turn a blind eye to a beautiful woman or to turn away from a challenge. Growing up in Treece, he knows every girl and every family. That is, he thought he did.
Kera Zoe was taken from school and placed in the Compound until she turns twenty-one. With the title of a runaway over her head, she's guarded closely until the celebration. She doesn't want a husband and... [click here for more]
He’s not a monster, but he’s not human… Jay is driving back to his mountain cabin when his jeep dies. A brilliant flash of light draws him beyond the treeline, like a moth to a flame. When the light fades, a naked man emerges from a pile of ashes. He’s here for one reason. And that reason is Jay. Shocked by what the man tells him, Jay runs. Not only from the stranger, but... [click here for more]