This is the second in the series from the 90s that lasted about 10? I remember buying them as each one came out.
Series: Hot Blood
The 1st book in the series, Hot Blood, is good but it's all reprints. Hot Blood 2 is loaded with all original stories all copyright by lots of horror writers that have since made names for themselves in the genre. Here, they're all having a blast, turning out titillation and gore with equal enthusi I thought for sure that I'd rated this book a while back. Here, they're all having a blast, turning out titillation and gore with equal enthusiasm. I remember liking all of the other volumes that followed, but this one is the best.
Hard to believe it's been almost 24 years since this came out. What passes for erotic horror now is probably perusing the selfies posted on The Dirty Jul 04, Charles rated it it was amazing Shelves: This second collection outdid the first. There are lots of memorable stories here, very graphic, very crude, and some that are quite erotic. If you can stand graphic horror mixed with sex then this collection is definitely for you.
Jun 07, Paul rated it really liked it. Some very interesting tales between these covers, all with a great twist at their respective ends , some well known authors and some not so well known but if erotic horror is your thing then this is well worth your time, be warned though This is also a great way to read some stuff by less known authors and who knows you may even become Some very interesting tales between these covers, all with a great twist at their respective ends , some well known authors and some not so well known but if erotic horror is your thing then this is well worth your time, be warned though This is also a great way to read some stuff by less known authors and who knows you may even become a fan and read some of their other work.
Jeff does a great job here and this collection of stories well deserves the 4 stars. Give it a go, you won't be disappointed. Feb 22, Amber rated it liked it. Totally messed up but still well written. A couple I still have no clue what they are about. Nov 07, Joe Stamber rated it liked it Shelves: More of the same. See Hot Blood 1: Tales of Erotic Horror if you wish to see my comments as they also fit this installment.
It didn't say "erotic" anywhere on the front or back cover, so I didn't know what I was getting into when I picked it up. The stories aren't even scary, so no compensation there.
Far more erotic than horror. Feb 19, Snuf rated it liked it. Not a bad collection of horror erotica. May 04, Peter rated it really liked it Shelves: Fine stories in here.
Quite thrilling, extremely well composed anthology of horror stories. Nov 15, Hakan rated it really liked it Shelves: Much better than the first volume. Here, I really had the feeling that the authors took time to flesh their stories out. Jun 03, Jackie rated it liked it.
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Apr 29, Grahm Eberhardt marked it as to-read Shelves: It's erotic horror short stories. Grant Morrison wrote a story in here, which is why come I bought it off eBay ages ago. Thomas Walsh rated it liked it Feb 14, Gerd rated it really liked it Oct 20, Matt rated it liked it Sep 22, Gavin Hurley rated it really liked it Jun 01, To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page.
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