Creature of the night

by sub-Bee

Kink of the Week | Sinful Sunday

Creature Of The Night

It is no secret I have a slight obsession about vampires. Whilst I don’t identify as a vampire, I don’t even believe they exist, although they are definitely based on real people and events in history. The likes of Vlad Dracul better known as Vlad the Impaler because of his murderous way of impaling people on greased poles. Then there’s the likes of Countess Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed, who was rumoured to have bathed in the blood of virgins in an attempt to keep her youth.

Where my obsession came from I don’t really know. I do know one of my favourite books as a child was Vlad the Drac by Ann Jungman, whilst I can no longer remember the storyline I know the series of books were so well used the pages had become tattered by the time they were handed down to my younger sister.

Upon reaching my teen years I was able to indulge myself in the classic story. I’m not sure which I discovered first, the book or the film ‘Bram Stokers Dracula’. I still maintain that Gary Oldman is the best Dracula ever and nobody can say anything to change my mind on that one! It was not only the film but the soundtrack that stuck with me, Annie Lennox’s Love Song for a Vampire, would send shivers down my spine.

I’ve mentioned in the past that these words from Bram Stokers book were the first time written words turned me on

“The fair girl went on her knees and bent over me, fairly gloating. There was a deliberate voluptuousness which was both thrilling and repulsive, and as she arched her neck she actually licked her lips like an animal… I could feel the soft, shivering touch of the lips on the super-sensitive skin of my throat, and the hard dents of two sharp teeth, just touching and pausing there.”

Looking back now at both the Lyrics and those words I can see they tapped right into my submissive nature I hadn’t at that point discovered.

My love of all things vampire continued, whilst I was in my twenties I rarely watched TV shows and preferred to lose myself in books. Now I’ve switched that around, I rarely have time to read, yet I watch far too much TV. One of the first shows I found myself hooked on was True Blood. It’s actually where I get one of my favourite bratty moment phrases from ‘go on then, make me‘. Did I sit there imagining Eric or Bill fucking me? Of course I did, both at once preferably!

Now I understand my attraction to the darkness and danger I can use it to my advantage. Maybe it’s where my intrigue with needleplay and seeing my own blood comes from. Being hunted down like prey and devoured. Sir chased me, caught me and drew blood from me, that blood is the direct link to my heart.

I started out by saying I don’t believe vampires are real but maybe I do actually seek out those that have something dark within them. Maybe I really am a true creature of the night.

Written by sub-Bee

Kinky submissive who loves to share her naughty side here at

You can also find me here: @sub_bee

21 thoughts on “Creature of the night”

  1. MariaSibylla says:

    This is such a fab photo! you are a creature of the night but I would call you queen of the night here. Proud and beautiful and fierce!

  2. Cara Thereon says:

    Love the pose! There’s something incredibly alluring about vampirism even in its nonreality. You can help being pulled in

  3. Exposing40 says:

    This photo is magnificent. You look majestic and beautiful and the edit works perfectly. Love it! Xx

  4. Simina says:

    Oh this is simply fantastic.

  5. Elliott says:

    Now this is one awesome pic, where did you find such a cool setting? Eric and Bill at once… you are so naughty.

  6. Modesty Ablaze says:

    Goodness . . . this is such a wonderful photo.
    Very eerie and so beautifully composed!!!
    Xxx – K

  7. Ann St. Vincent says:

    This makes me wonder where it’s shot. I love how open and welcoming you are to the other side, yet the viewer only gets part of the gorgeousness.

  8. Tabitha R says:

    Wow – absolutely fantastic photo! So compelling x x

  9. Ouizzi says:

    Such a fabulous image, love the edit x

  10. Steeled Snake says:

    May seem odd, but I think the picture shows a lot of power and control. Sort of a “all of this is mine…” feel. Excellent!

  11. Penny says:

    Absolutely gorgeous image! And I totally fantasize about Eric and Bill threesomes too! 😀

  12. Marie Rebelle says:

    The image is stunning. I love the setting. You really are a beautiful creature of the night 🙂

    Rebel xox

  13. Lapsedcatholicwife says:

    I absolutely adore this image, it is so clever and so Halloween as well, everything from the lighting to the staging wonderful

  14. Jo says:

    This photo drips with sensuality! Absolutely fantastic composition and filter, too. I imagine you as Lucy, standing in a garden archway, welcoming all the vampires in. 😀

  15. Camille says:

    So creative and such a great pose! Just perfect, top to bottom (so to speak). ~C

  16. Jack (and Jill) says:

    I loved reading your thoughts on literary and cinematic vampires. I’m quite a fan myself. I’m also a fan of your photo. Gorgeous and atmospheric!

  17. Molly says:

    I did the same thing as you this week and combined Kink of the Week with Sinful Sunday. Oh and yes I also talk about true Blood. As for your last paragraph…. ALL the yes to that sentiment


  18. LittleSwitchBitch says:

    This is possibly my favourite Sinful Sunday image I’ve seen since I started taking part. It’s daring – the edit looks fantastic as well as your body and pose.
    Well done – I seriously love it.

    It’s bloody fantastic 😉

  19. Dawn says:

    Love this! The photo is amazing 😀

  20. HappyComeLucky says:

    Such an amazing image. Brilliant.

  21. Hope Always says:

    Love the edit on this one 🙂 Its very moody and atmospheric. I especially like the way it gives the impression of a full moon. Very in keeping with your words.

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