The Blooddoll Factory is a paranormal erotica novel writen by Stacey Carroll, which was released in September 2018. It’s been rising fast since its release. If you’re looking for erotica with a thrilling plot, this is definitely the book for you!


Here’s the summary:

An unemployed male nurse lands a job at a reproductive clinic only to learn the babies he is helping to create are being sold to the local vampire population.​

After being unemployed for a year, William finally receives a call to come into Elite Surrogates and Adoption (ESA) for an interview. The sterile white interior does nothing for his confidence as he’s led to Sadie Jones’ (HR manager’s) office where she proceeds to question him about his job experience and reproductive knowledge.

It all goes well until William realizes that he’s going to have to “perform” for the job. Fifty dollars an hour would help him catch up on his mortgage and get his wife to stop nagging him about the bills, but using his own semen to propagate the reproductive cycle is more than a little weird.
 
Sound good to you? Here’s a sample quote from the Blooddoll Factory:


William took a long drink of the orange juice and unwrapped the crackers. “What other tests are there?”

Heart rate and a sperm count,” Dr. Jones said.

William choked on his graham cracker. “Are you kidding?”

Not at all. We have to make sure you won’t have a heart attack while performing your job, and we want you to be successful.”

Jesus Christ,” William said.

It’s better than working as a gigolo, or so I hear,” Dr. Jones said.

The interview definitely had gigolo overtones.” William finished his orange juice and graham crackers and slid off the examination table. “Well, I think I feel better,” William said.

If you need a bit more to pique your interest in this book, here’s some insight into the book from areview by Phoenix Desertsong:

The story is well-paced and while it starts off on a wild sexual note, it’s not clear that anything is terribly wrong until well into the first act of the book. But, things are off-beat enough to keep you interested, and as the climax is reached in the story, you get hooked in rather quickly. There’s plenty of dangerous encounters, and you never quite know just how close William and Sadie will come to being killed for what they learn.

Besides the weird, gross stuff going on with ESA, it’s the chemistry - sexual and otherwise - between William and Sadie that really drove the book forward. There are some clever plot twists and turns to keep the story exciting. Without giving too much away, the ending is satisfying, but also rather disturbing.

If you’re looking for an intriguing paranormal erotica novel that reads like a thriller, definitely check out “The Blooddoll Factory!”

 

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An unemployed male nurse lands a job at a reproductive clinic only to learn the babies he is helping to create are being sold to the local vampire population.​

After being unemployed for a year, William finally receives a call to come into Elite Surrogates and Adoption (ESA) for an interview. The sterile white interior does nothing for his confidence as he’s led to Sadie Jones' (HR manager’s) office where she proceeds to question him about his job experience and reproductive knowledge. 

It all goes well in this paranormal medical erotic romance until William realizes that he’s going to have to “perform” for the job. Fifty dollars an hour would help him catch up on his mortgage and get his wife to stop nagging him about the bills. However, using his own semen to propagate the reproductive cycle is more than a little weird. After considering the job and the busty HR manager, he agrees to continue the interview.

 

 

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