Twilight Falls: The Necklace | Matt's Smut Vault

Welcome back to the Smut Vault! Today’s edition takes a step back over into the realm of the supernatural, or at least it’s perception in concept. Using magic as an element of sexual attraction is as old as time itself, and it’s fun to see a new spin on the old classic tales inspired by witchcraft and heresy. Get out your cursed soul gems and spell book, we might be in for a wild ride. It’s freaky time in the Smut Vault y’all!

Twilight Falls: The Necklace by Ashton Darke is about a family transitioning from the west coast to the rural upstate New York town of Twilight Falls. Our main character has just married his wife and is joined by her 18 year old child named Morgan. Being a stepfather comes with a certain number of challenges, but Morgan adds a few extra layers to the mix.

And boy wouldn’t you know it? She’s hot as fuck too. Maybe it’s an act of rebellion, or maybe Morgan just likes to see her step father squirm, but our MC could swear that she’s been dressing more slutty and flashing some panties his way for a reason. After a rough day at the new job, the stepfather comes home to an eerily dark house, with Morgan sitting on the couch wearing a curious green pendant necklace. “Daddy” (as she refers to him) can’t take his eyes off the swinging pendant, and starts to feel powerless to the whims and commands of his step daughter. Is he under the spell of a confused girl with a magic piece of jewelry? Or does he finally have a scapegoat for his deepest most forbidden desire?

Okay, so if you’ve ever seen so much as a single tweet from the talented Mr. Darke, you have an indication of the sort of content we’re going to be encountering here. The dom/sub dynamic is apparent from the start of the steamy bits, and Morgan is taking exactly what she wants. Fans of supernatural elements may not be getting everything they hoped for, as we are compelled (not unlike the MC) to believe the necklace is causing this dominance without any concrete evidence. I appreciate this lack of confirmation however, as our own imagination could run wild, and what’s not being told can be explored in the reader’s own mind. Our MC, which I’m convinced is a personal interpretation of the author himself, was probably a man that took what he wanted. He almost certainly had the reputation of a successful Dom, and could have chosen nearly any woman he wanted before settling down with his new wife. Through his stepdaughter’s command, he finally has the excuse to act like the brainless submissive he always needed to be. This MC would have been all-in on the pegging, servitude, and denial even without the fancy necklace around Morgan’s neck. To that point, the sexual content is appropriately bold to this brand of BDSM. There’s a complete “scene” to satisfy the lusty minded reader, and more than enough of a challenge to open your mind just like this now former Dom is experiencing in the story.

Verdict: Twilight Falls: The Necklace by Ashton Darke is a steamy erotic short that accurately describes the transformation of a dominant male character under the guise of a taboo and supernatural element. This could have been just as sexy a story without the inter-family faux incest concept. But, it can’t be denied that an 18 year old girl enslaving her family to her selfish wanton desires is going to make some sort of an impression. Professionally written and realistic in concept, the author is calling out to tell you something about what’s going on in their head. I like a good book where a writer brings you a little deeper into their world to explain something that they couldn’t say in a regular conversation. I’m excited to read more from this talented artist, just make sure you pack a change of clothes after a trip through his dirty dirty mind.

This is an independent book review, all thoughts and opinions are that of TehBen.com
Author’s Twitter: @DarkeErotica
Purchase Link: Smashwords

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