Elves running amok in Christmas Town… cannibal gingerbread men… Krampus is in for the ride of his life!
Claiming Cupid: Krampus never thought his heart could be captured -- until he met Cupid.
Krampus Does Dallas: Riding a bull has never been more stimulating!
Forging Krampus: Samhain is determined to rock Krampus’s world, but something dark is eating away at Samhain’s realm.
Krampus to the Rescue: Only Krampus can make Santa say ho-ho-ho!
Krampus, Bah Humbug: Krampus has to get with the holiday attitude or lose all he holds dear. Bah, Humbug!
Y’all Tied Up: Clive and Aniston must escape before Krampus can feed them to the cannibal gingerbread men!
Publisher’s Note: Krampus Bah Humbug contains the previously released novellas Claiming Cupid, Krampus Does Dallas, Forging Krampus, Krampus to the Rescue, Krampus, Bah Humbug, and Y’all Tied Up. The Krampus Box Set presents these stories in chronological order, rather than the original release order.
Praise for Krampus Bah Humbug
"Krampus Bah Humbug is a fun and steamy collection of six novellas featuring Krampus and his sexy encounters with a number of familiar figures. A whimsical and entertaining read. I really enjoyed it and the characters."
-- 5 Stars from Nina Diab, Amazon review
"...it is hilarious and not to be taken as anything other than what it is...a carefully crafted group of erotic novellas with a purpose to entertain...and entertain it does. Kudos to the author."
-- 4 Stars from Robert Jackson, Amazon Review
" I loved all of the novellas. The first five books build on each other, so I would read those in order. Overall, this was a highly entertaining boxset."
-- 5 Stars from Carrie Krogh, Amazon Review
"Bah what?! Another great story from Changeling Press. Follow the adventures of Krampus and his cannibal gingerbread men in this box set."
-- 5 Stars from Ken Thompson, Amazon Review
Praise for Claiming Cupid
"If you like stories set in imaginary worlds populated by well known mythological figures who act in somewhat unexpected ways, if you want to know how Krampus and Cupid get on when they meet, and if you’re looking for an entertaining, naughty read with a few surprises, then you might like this short story."
-- Serena Yates, Rainbow Book Reviews
"If you are looking for a quick, sexy story that includes mythological creatures as well as domination and submission, then you may have just found your next read... a quick, fast paced short story filled with sexy scenes and even a few surprises."
-- Danielle, Love Bytes Book Reviews
"Ms. Hart is a writer who draws outside the lines. Her reinterpretation of Cupid and Krampus is erotically hot... It is the dark cruelty balanced by the seductive erotic kink which makes this story a bit mind blowing. Did I mention the erotic kink?"
-- BookAddict, The Romance Reviews
Praise for Krampus Does Dallas
"...full of twists and turns and very hot. If you like stories set in imaginary worlds populated by mythological figures who turn out to be very different from what you may expect, if you want to know what Krampus is up to, and if you’re looking for an entertaining, naughty read with a few surprises, then you might like this short story."
-- Serena Yates, Rainbow Book Reviews
Praise for Forging Krampus
"This dark humor is right up my alley. I love Krampus because he is pansexual with a devious mind. His open and honest loving is refreshing. His partners are all varied and alluring. He is the anti-hero with a heart of gold and a sex drive like the Energizer Bunny. What's not to like?"
-- 4 Stars from BookAddict, The Romance Reviews
Praise for Y'all Tied Up (Yule Tied)
"Aniston seems like a good guy so it's hard to understand what he could have possibly done to end up in Krampus's clutches, but that's part of what makes it fun to imagine how Aniston and Clive join forces to escape together. Throw in Addison and Clive's romance... and this is a story that will keep you enthralled to the very end."
-- 4 Hearts from Chrissy Dionne, Romance Junkies
"I’ve never read the work of Crymsyn Hart and if these two characters are any indication of the caliber of her other stories, I’m in. Aniston and Clive are interesting characters. I’ve never read anything involving Krampus either, so this was a good twist for me. It was great."
-- Nymphaea, Long and Short Reviews
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Excerpt from Krampus Does Dallas
"Have a good evening." Krampus moved through the crowd that had gathered around them. He entered the town. The shops had closed up for the day. The road was dry and in need of rain. The only rowdy place was the tavern. He slid inside. Few people noticed as he walked in, but they didn't say anything when he sat down in a corner booth. He sat back and watched the place fill with the laborers of the town. A waitress came by and set a mug down on his table.
"You sit at a table, you gotta order food."
"Fine. Bring me whatever's on the menu."
The waitress came back with some kind of stew and bread. He dipped the bread into the broth and took a taste of it. He coughed at the seasoning. Besides having an overabundance of pepper, it was edible. His stomach growled. He thought about his interaction with the owner of the rodeo. He'd bought a bull. Why the hell did I buy the bull? I don't need it. Now I'm stuck with the beast. I'm sure it's had a taxing life.
He glanced up from his meal when the noise level dropped. A group from the rodeo entered the tavern. One of the thugs who had stopped him approached the bartender. The group followed behind him.
"A round of ale for the lot."
The bartender crossed his arms over his chest. The corner of his mouth twitched. "Your kind ain't wanted here. Best if you get out before I have someone throw you out."
"We have a right to be here just as anyone else." The thug sat at the bar. The rest moved into a table that emptied out since they had come in. The rodeo participants all looked as though they had a difficult life. All were tanned and wrinkled from years in the sun and hard work. Krampus didn't envy them. The tension in the bar grew. He sat back. The bartender and the other patrons surrounded them.
A cloaked figure slipped past them and hovered by Krampus's table.
"Why don't you sit here? It looks like everywhere else is taken." Krampus found himself saying.
The man looked at him. "Why do you care?"
"I don't. Sit or don't sit."
Krampus pushed the plate aside and laid a couple of silver coins on the table. They would more than cover the cost of his meal and the ale. He didn't want the waitress to hassle him any longer. The man glanced at the coins and the unfinished bowl of stew. He sat down and reached for the stew. Then the stranger pulled his hand back.
"You going to eat that?"
"Have at it."
The stranger's hands were dark, almost like polished black marble. His arms were decorated with long-healed-over scars. The man took the bowl and brought it in close to him, protecting it. When he ate, the hood of his cloak fell away, revealing a bald head, a strong jaw and a flat nose. His eyes were gold when he looked up at Krampus. Something in that gaze stirred Krampus's desire.
"What?" the man asked around a mouthful of bread.
"Nothing. I just noticed you were hungry. I could make it worth your while if you wanted to come back to the house with me."
"So you can fuck me? I'm not a whore. I see how you're looking at me."
Krampus held back a smile. "No. I wasn't considering sex. I just meant I have better food than what you have there. Plus, you can sleep in a bed. It looks like you might need it. No strings attached."
The other man eyed him. "I thought you said you didn't care."
"It's obvious your companions don't care about you or you would've come in with them. And you wouldn't have been hiding your appearance. I'm surprised you're still with them. Of course, I could be way off on my observations. Come or not, but I'm leaving." Krampus got up from the booth and left the tavern. After he rejoined the darkness, the tavern door slammed shut.
"Where are we going?"