Worship the Night

Her mother’s death freed Lea from a lifetime of sexual repression. Alone in a remote mountain cabin, Lea succumbs to erotic fantasies and becomes the helpless prey of a phantom lover from the depths of Hell. To transform the demon into the flesh-and-blood lover she craves, Lea must kill! She offers him the blood of her victims, but only the ultimate sacrifice will satisfy his needs.

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Her mother’s death freed Lea from a lifetime of repression and frigidity, only to make her the helpless prey of erotic fantasies and nightmare terror. Alone in her mountain cabin retreat, Lea’s body and her very soul are subjugated to a phantom from the depths of Hell, who demands that she worship at his evil shrine.
To transform the demon into the flesh-and-blood lover she craves, Lea is forced to commit ever more hideous crimes, until at last she realizes that only the ultimate sacrifice will satisfy her Master’s lust!

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Mary Vigliante Szydlowski writes across several genres using this and other pseudonyms. Her published Science Fiction/Fantasy works include novels: The Ark, The Colony, The Land, and Source of Evil, and novella The Hand of My Enemy. She’s also the author of Worship the Night, a tale of horror and the occult, mainstream novel Silent Song, and four children’s books: A Puddle for Poo, Kia’s Manatee, The Duck in the Hole, and I Can’t Talk, I’ve Got Farbles In My Mouth.

Using the pen name Mia Frances, she is the author of the erotic romance murder mystery thriller series In His Keeping: Taken, Banished, and Claimed.

Her short stories, articles, children’s stories, essays, and poems have appeared in anthologies, books, magazines, newspapers, and on the web.

She is a member of the Authors Guild, RWA (Romance Writers of America), SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators), and SFWA (Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America).