Anya W. Vossand’s Dinner Party, published 2013, is a novella both erotic and romantic. Fledgling vampire Arianthe is the latest addition to the powerful vampire Julien’s collection. Julien is hosting a dinner party for the aristocracy of Europe (vampire and human) and Arianthe is under strict orders to behave herself.
Thus begins a night of adventures in blood and sex, Arianthe getting to know the other women in her Master’s harem. And when her Master’s wife takes an interest in her, Arianthe discovers the joy of having a Mistress as well as a Master.
I am a big fan of female vampires, and Arianthe is sweet and sexy. In fact, she’s not merely bisexy, she’s pansexy (or omnisexy, perhaps). It’s always a delight to read something that discards rigid identity and orientation polarities.