Jacoby is relatively content with his long-time lover, Paul—until he encounters Venus, the image of the ebony beauty who broke his heart in another lifetime. Despite his affection for Paul, Jacoby feels a primal need for Venus that he can only mean one thing. She is his bloodlust.
Unable to resist a passion and desire as old as time, Jacoby surrenders to his hunger and pursues the fleeing Venus. Equally charmed by Venus, Paul rushes in close pursuit, determined to wrestle Venus from the clutches of a lover he now views as a hated rival.