Forbidden Sex At The Moon Cult!!!

Adult
Rated 2.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Moon Girl Thirty-One will soon have to take her suicide pill, but she's never been allowed to make love to a man!

Now a strong sexy man is trying to touch her and hold her, but she must resist temptation!

Can she escape his lustful advances??
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 2,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301354887
About Scott Rex

I have two kinds of stories here: (1) Stimulating Sex Fantasies, and (2) Ridiculous Sex Adventures.

The Stimulating Sex Fantasies are my own romantic sex-fantasies brought to life with words. The Ridiculous Sex Adventures are fun, silly stories with massive amounts of touching, orgasms and heroics.

Women make life beautiful, and I want to share that beauty and excitement with the world. The female phenomenon is a tumultous ocean of love, lust and cruelty. These stories are an expression of my masochistic adoration of these wonderful beings.

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Reviews

Review by: Shantella Bonds on Aug. 03, 2013 :
The plot idea was good but needs more depth. I would like to know why heterosexual relatons were forbidden. The details about setting was minimal, and I would have like to know more about the moon facilities.

It was mentioned that they can make love to whoever they want when they take the suicide pill, but why does character say later that she would never be with a man if she leaves - this needs to be clarified.

How did Moon Man 22 know that 31 was interested? Was 22 with her when she accidentally saw him?

Ending was too abrupt. I would like to have more clues about the man that popped up near the end.

"And we all lived happily ever after" was unnecessary and clique.

The storyline wasn't so bad, though. I think this story could be great if information is clarified.
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Review by: Suzann Rainier on April 14, 2013 :
What a hoot! A silly, unlikely, fun sci-fy romp. Four stars because it's a fun read. Not five because it just.....ended.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Nov. 07, 2012 :
Not much of a story here. And on a technical note, on the moon the Earth doesn't rise. It has the same side toward
Earth all the time.
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