She still advanced, however, and with a languorous, voluptuous grace, said "Come to me, Arthur. Leave these others and come to me. My arms are hungry for you. Come, and we can rest together. Come, my husband, come!"
There was something diabolically sweet in her tones, something of the tingling of glass when struck-which rang through the brains even of us who heard the words addressed to another.

– Bram Stoker

Dracula, Chapter 16. Lucy Westenra, in her undead form, appears to Arthur Holmwood and his friends when they visit her tomb to free her soul. They shudder with horror at the sight of the devilish vampire, that once was the pure and innocent Lucy. Dracula has now turned her into a predatory, highly sexual creature.