She needed her a spine to tingle

It’s a dark night of many screams
At least that is what happens in her dreams
But she knows this is not reality
To many scary books and horror films
But she is addicted to this theme
And she wakes from her night terrors
Covered in sweat and with a wide eyed stare
Only to realise as always all is ok
She laughs as she thinks I made it through another day
Her swear drenched top made her breast display
Round and succulent and they slightly swayed
As she walked go the fridge in her tight bedtime leggings
Her long blonde hair damp and her face flushed
What she needed now was a cold drink
A sensual touch
And something more spine tingling
Such was her addiction to fear and terror
Which made her weirdly very horny.
She opened the fridge door cast light into the dark night
Took out as bottle of drink and gulped on it
She shut the door, there was a bang
It was her cat jumping from the table
Knocking something to the floor
That made her heart race a bit faster.
She went to the sofa and turned on the TV
Watched an erotic type horror movie
As watched her hands wandered
One under her top the other between her thighs
And as she played and created a ryhthm
Laying her head back she felt the fur of the cat
Brushing against her face and felt its breathe
Which she decided was ok
Eyes closed she got nearer and now was at the point of no return
And as her back arched and body squirmed
Getting off she now yeaned
But then she felt a tongue lick her neck
Her eyes opened startled, ‘what the heck’, she said
But one arm clamped around her chest
Another gripped her between the tighs
And out of the corner of her eye
She saw a grisly hairy demon with a long scale tongue
And razor sharp teeth, grey in face and ebony black fur
She heard it murmer ‘mmmm fresh succulent meat, so luscious, must eat,’
Then she felt its teeth sink into her breast
And then move up to her neck
Now she screamed hoping to wake up
And this nightmare would suddenly end
But as she felt the pain and saw her blood flow
She knew it was reality
And as her life and her light faded
She realised this was the most spine tingling thing
She’d ever been experiencing and to think it happened at her climax’s peak.

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