A fairly standard D&D-ish quest story substantially enlivened by some imaginative vocabulary, creative world-building, and unusual antagonists. Recommended for fans of smutty quest fantasy despite generous handful of editing gaffes.
Editing in this story was pretty rough, but I liked the basic scenario. Reese watching as much porn as she can to learn what camera angles and positions will make her the most revenue was a cool idea (maybe even a bit like an erotica author reviewing the market...). And Reese and Luke making out to a soundtrack of webcam porn was pretty hot.
I thought the peeping tomboy revisiting the scene of her crime and getting caught plot sounded pretty hot, but the execution was disappointingly pedestrian. Minor grammar and punctuation errors were distracting.
Santa's naughty detector says something about a "daisy chain" and the jolly old elf doesn't know what it is or what's naughty about it. So clearly he needs a demo, which Mrs. Claus arranges. Very light, almost humorous tone. I had a bit of trouble keeping elves Sherry, Terri and Mary straight, not that it matters much.
This wasn't what I expected: tease more than hardcore. As a sword-wielding warrior Brendella is pretty incompetent, especially at retaining her clothing. She also seems kind of dim, and although she frequently gets into dilemmas that some might find erotic, they're not erotic to _her_ which is a bit of a buzzkill for me.
About as odd as it sounds. Shares plot details with the Lovecraftian universe, but not so big on Lovecraft's characteristic xenophobic dread (probably a good thing for an erotic collection). I thought it was a little uneven; I liked Bernie Mojzes "Ink" and Elizabeth Reeves' funny/hot "The Dreams in the Laundromat" best.
The title is a bit of a spoiler, as Rylie starts the story knowing her brother's a perv who takes any opportunity to ogle her. So of course she assumes it's him who leaves her stuck with the way-too-short skirt . . . but that's not the whole story. Rylie's flip-flop from repulsed to aroused didn't work as well for me in this story as in "Daddy's Horny Girls," but still hot, will definitely read more from this author.
Check out the sample to see if this writer's style appeals, it is very idiosyncratic and well-formed standard English sentences are a rarity in this story. Very, very strong fetish content, borderline scat, mucus eating, etc., in addition to what is mentioned above. It was not to my taste.
Wade recasts the dynamic of Austen's classic characters in a 21st century setting. She takes the bare bones of Pride and Prejudice's plot. She (wisely) doesn't ape Austen's style or try to match her wit. What she does is basically replace the coded glances between Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett with a series of sexual encounters, and it works surprisingly well. Note: this is a little vanilla compared to many of Wade's other stories, which means there's still a touch of S&M play and a MFM threesome. Doesn't mean it's not hot and involving.
Virginia Wade puts Austen's characters and plot (in a very condensed version) into a 21st century setting and adds explicit sex. No faux-Regency prose nor witticism-for-the-ages dialog, but the skeleton of Austen's story proves surprisingly sturdy in this new mode. Works better much for me than other attempts to sex up Jane, like "Pride and Promiscuity." Rather mild compared to many of Wade's other stories. Still hot!
Katrina's back to "lay" another sexually frustrated ghost to rest; this time there's a little bi action, too. My only quibble is some of the descriptive language is a touch too similar between this story and the first. I'm onboard for the whole series, though.
The description and tags are accurate, but they don't do justice to the fresh twist Pembroke brings to the classic discovered-and-punished scenario, or show how good the prose is. This story made me add the author to my favorite authors list.
Nothing terribly surprising here and a few editing gaffes, but if you're looking for a tale of a horny young woman prostituting herself to the local pastor and wearing some kinky boots throughout, this delivers the goods.
Definitely not as light-hearted as the punny title suggests, there's a dark streak in this laying-ghosts-to-rest tale. A smidge of Ds in addition to the listed keywords. I didn't think this was quite as strong as the first two stories - the action maybe a little bit more formulaic -- but still strikes a nice balance between (mostly) hot and (a touch) creepy/scary. I find myself hoping for a happy ending for Katrina at the end of the series (but not eager for the end of the series).
More hot fun with Katrina, a sexually frustrated ghost, and, this time around, the ghost's widow. These stories have a note of emotional realism that really separates them from run-of-the-mill "stroke" tales; some of these are a little scary, this one has a melancholy tinge.
Delivers exactly the level of not-quite-scat nastiness the title promises. The sex is not exactly tender, but it's Olga pushing her own limits more than Sergei pushing her, which makes it hotter for me. In addition to listed tags, toy use is also a theme.
Accident-prone Sister Mary Immaculate wants to wear something unusual to her next confession, but the results aren't quite what she expects. Nicely sustained tease (with eventual payoff, of course) and a touch of humor.
Elly's always been scared of sex. So why does she peek at her babysitting client jerking off? Maybe the young couple could help her get over her uptightness? And maybe Wynne Burroughs can turn this into a story that really delivers the goods. (Unfortunately there are a few distracting typos.)
The narrator recounts significant steps of her progression in incorporating anal eroticism in her sex life. The middle section is almost more instructive than hot, overall it's unusually realistic for a smutty story.
Delivers everything promised in the description (if I tagged the story I'd include "femdom" as well). Nicely character driven with some real tension to the story. Would benefit from a copy edit, lots of typos.
More emotional (and even physical) realism than the run-of-the-mill gangbang tale. I liked how modern technology is integrated into the story. Also appreciated that although there's some interracial action, it's presented matter-of-factly rather than fetishized.
Delivers just what it says it does. When Stephie's babysitting clients finally turn up they're not happy about what she's been up to in their house . . . I wish there'd been a bit more of their domination of her.
Kind of like the written equivalent of those Hustler faux-celebrity Untrue Hollywood stories videos. More mechanical/less psychological than I usually go for, but executed with such over-the-top abandon that I give it 4 stars anyway.
I liked how Natalia Darque's story started a bit rough and nasty and actually got more romantic -- reversal of the standard smut escalation arc. But it was a little too repetitive, and the phrase "black seed" made me giggle a bit each time it came up. (That said: free, and better than plenty of stories here that I've paid for.)
A voyeuristic couple haunts a hotel in this collaboration between Rachel Boleyn and Kelly Haven. Nothing too surprising, but solidly constructed, with a hint of real character development. Seems like this was intended to be the first of a series and I would definitely read more. Rounding up from 3.5 stars.
Kayla starts out the story by trading some oral action for the new tat that provides the title, and she only gets trampier from there. Uncomplicated, unsurprising, but plenty hot. I will definitely read more from Jasmine Dwayne.
Strikingly original story, very dialogue-driven, with a man explaining to his increasingly intrigued female partner _exactly_ what he likes about smutty photos. Five stars for both heat and fresh approach, despite a few typo/grammar problems and some descriptions of the photos that are a little hard to visualize. But still, I'm buying Alyx Crowley's other Smashwords story right now, and looking forward to more.
I thought the introductory chapter of Neneh Gordon's story was hot and solidly written, will read more of these for sure. It plays with consensuality a bit, but from the perspective of the narrator wanting things she feels dubious about. The story so far emphasizes the power dynamic between Miss Gardner and the "scientist" in charge of the island more than fetishizing the interspecies aspects.
Esmeralda Greene's story is a very nicely executed take on the horny-relative's-arrival-shatters-everyone's-inhibitions sort of porn tale, a bit like the 80's Beeline books: thoroughly consensual, filthy, no pussy-footing about relations only by marriage, all participant's ages established as 18-up but not fetishized in the text. Well above average.
In three individual chapterlets, determinedly slutty Rachel seduces some of her dad's buds to get them to support her bid to go on a cross-country bike-trip/orgy with them all. I thought her garage session with a lesbian with a dominant streak was the hottest. There's some sexual tension between Rachel and pop, but nothing explicit happens between them in the story. Well above average.
There's a lot of "daddy" talk, but this is not the sort of incest-themed story where anybody is getting seduced or dwelling on guilt -- as this story opens Frank and Emma are prepping for a bukkake session, and it's not even their first time. The action sometimes gets a little confusing what with a guy named Shane, a girl named Shayna, and fair number of typos. But thoroughly hot and nasty.
Charlotte and her dad don't consciously acknowledge they have the hots for each other throughout most of their accidentally-on-purpose mutual seduction. Pushes the boundary of the "barely legal" genre with the randy twosome more-or-less watching the clock for Charlotte's birthday to officially pass.
A different take on smutting up the classic fairy tale with no dwarves or poison apples (but with an evil stepmother). This version on Snow is from the naive-but-fast-learning school of porn protagonists, and the village she wanders around in is a little more realistically portrayed (in a Conan sort of way) than the Disney vision of Grimm. I thought it was hot.
Ana Star's take on Snow White is impressively slutty -- she enjoys being dominated by her stepmother, and opens herself in every way to the queen's huntsman, the prince, and the dwarves. The ending was a little abrupt, but overall this was well-paced and thoroughly nasty.
I've enjoyed several of Whiskey McNaughton's other stories and I like the raunchy twist at the end of this one, but almost all the action takes place while the dwarves and the prince think Snow White is dead -- the story really should have a nonconsensual tag and it was out of my comfort zone. I did think it was well written.
This is really four short stories, two of which are linked. The first pair is pseudo-Victorian with a handful of steampunk trappings (and caning), with a femdom/maledom split between the tales. The second portion, with a character willingly transforming herself into a marionette, was the most original, and I thought it was the hottest, too.
The other pair of stories concern a journalist stalking a reclusive and kinky musician, and then provide some of the musician's paranormal backstory. It ended rather abruptly.
Both stories would benefit from a good copy edit, but my main problem is that the details of both settings are unconvincing.
A modern day spin on the classic fairy tale, with the heroine as an amnesia victim who winds up as the lover of every man in a group house. The guys are a little kinky, running the gamut from the classics (doctor/patient; principal/troublemaker) to the downright whacky. Funny, romantic, hot, makes me curious to read more from Jenna Ives. Not quite 5 star -- some of the scenes are a little overwritten (every! orgasm! the most mindblowing! ever!) -- but really good.
Mildly pervy and not very imaginative riff on Carroll's classic with a thoroughly grown up Alice. The White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, etc. become more human before they are sex partners; Wonderland food modifies genital sizes (although perhaps not as you might expect). Anal sex in addition to listed tags. Dee Dawning's tale would benefit greatly from a copy edit (even switches from 3rd to 1st person at one point).
This solidly executed entry by Rachel Boleyn in the popular step-dad/daughter genre fetishizes the latter's virginity and the we're-bad-but-not-SICK aspect conferred by the step-. Consensual with a hint of mdom/roughness (dad is def a dick to the maid, not to mention his wife, who is really demonized).
Over the course of this story Jim gently -- even tenderly -- introduces his wife to a fetish she doesn't really share, and she realizes even if it doesn't intrinsically turn her on, the way it turns him on _does_. Perhaps not very imaginative, but unexpectedly sweet.
The two cocks Kate gets in the story belong to supposedly gay dudes, and the story is very unusual in that it features explicit guy-on-guy action without fetishizing it. Our narrator Kate isn't squeamish in her descriptions, but what the guys get out of it is really incidental to her story. I thought that was hot, and I will definitely read more by Audri London.
The seduction is of the client by the babysitter in Kelli Wolfe's free intro chapter of her Babysitter's Diaries series. Solid if a bit unsurprising, certainly good enough to get me to check out the for-pay sequels.
This entry in the Babysitter Diaries has more psychological tension than the first story. Dylan's attraction to Jenna is so powerful it frightens him, and leads him into some kinda creepy, stalker-y behavior ... but it turns out Jenna is every bit as much into him as he is into her.
Ashley gets enough more than she bargained for that this probably merits a dubcon tag. But Esmeralda Greene gradually dribbles out revelations about Ashley that make you want to see her get a comeuppance ... and she does!
I bought this collection for the bonus story even though I'd purchased most of them individually; I'm not sorry. Greene has a way of getting inside her characters' heads that makes these stories hot even when I'm not really into the fetishes being explored (and a LOT of fetishes are explored; not for the faint-of-heart). The bonus story, about an adulterous seduction in a grocery store is one of the more vanilla entries. I was also particularly impressed by the story-within-a-story construction of "Teacher Fantasy."
Opens with a scorching phone sex scene as Sara tells her stepdad how she spent her night. Some confusion about who's in which orifice when took me out of the story a little bit. Very rough with emphasis on gagging and some dubcon elements.
Sara's stepdad is pretty shocked when Sara confesses that she's added watersports to her already prodigious sexual repertoire. In response he tries -- and fails -- to find the amount of roughness that's too much for her. Lots of gagging in addition to the listed keywords.
As the 5th story of eager submissive Sara and rough step dad Steve opens, Sara has progressed to the point that a quick near-anonymous assfuck in the loo is almost too vanilla for her. But as always, Steve knows how to push her boundaries...
This collection offers 5 of Atherton's stories for the cost of many single short stories, a great value. Extreme throatfucking and brutal anal action is the order of the day, with girls who love it rough. Includes the story of how Sara and step dad Steve started their nasty games, as well as "Anal Schoolgirl Party for Daddy's Girl," with 4 guys taking Sara and her friend Megan to their limits, and a really hot sequence of Sara prepping Megan for what she's about to get. Giving this 5 stars for the value despite a few distracting typos.
The title says it all - this story has a lot of fisting (front and back) and anal toy action, and not-blood relative kink. The focus is really on the fisting, and this story doesn't feature the rough oral action that features in most of this series.
A couple of these stories are almost too strong for me, with oral gagging and overtones of scat. There are some typos and sometimes dialog or a description seems to be applied to the wrong person. But if rough anal stepdad/stepdaughter action is your bag, this is a great value with 5 stories for the price of one. Some lesbian, wet & messy, & fisting in addition to the listed tags.
Cindy Atherton's stories about Sara and her dominant stepdad Steve have mostly been just this side of too kinky for me. They typically have a hint of dubcon, but Sara really likes being topped. The oral action is generally very rough with gagging and choking, but again, Sara gets off on it. This one goes a little too far for my taste, featuring vomit, enema action with scat overtones as well as golden showers.
A really fun cake-and-eat-it exercise: bitter geek Andy writes (and shares with the reader) competent but unimaginative mind-control revenge porn, at least until he meets a mildly improbable nerd-girl.What ensues is funny, sweet, and sexy.
Cindy Atherton's stories are usually a cut above the usual, and this is no exception, featuring some actual content about Shelley and the Romantic poets. It's a bit tamer than many of Atherton's tales, but still has a bit of Mdom to counterbalance the sweetness.
These are mostly bona fide high-fantasy stories incorporating explicit sex, rather than erotica with a veneer of fantasy. Two play with the trope of women required to remain chaste, or at least technically virginal, despite their inclinations. I liked Andrea Trask's tale best, although it's elliptical resolution made it feel a bit like an excerpt from a longer work ... One I would definitely like to read.
Note: There were actually 6 stories, not 5 when I downloaded this book. Many of these stories have a mind-control theme, and there's also a sub-theme of women -- and one deluded guy who's not as straight as he'd like to think -- who don't think of what they're doing as sexual when they're controlled -- there's a bit of a "it's so perverted and wrong for me to get turned on when all I'm doing is [insert sex act]" vibe, which I thought was weird, but not necessarily un-hot. I would read more from this author.
This has a scenario I found promising: Melody configures her new sex robot for maximum libido, and when her friends Candy and Sally drop by to try it out, they don't know its safewords. But I found the execution disappointing. And the robot is called Obama, which I found distracting.
This story has a repeating pattern: Cindy knows she shouldn't escalate the sexual tension between her and camp counselor pals David and Kyle. But she's having fun, and she's going to let it go just a >little< further before she calls a halt. I thought CC Corrigan nailed Cindy's narrative voice as she argues with herself, and I would definitely read more from this author. (Note: despite the "d" word in the title, there's no PI or ageplay)
A solid gang bang tale incorporating some unusual elements: bukkake, watersports, and guys who (somewhat to their surprise) like cream pie action. I enjoy gang bang stories, but they sometimes have of a note of misogyny I really don't like. This one does not. Pauline's boundaries get pushed a little bit, but it's her desire that drives the story, and it's notable that none of the words "slut," "bitch," or "whore" appear. I also liked the gradual introduction and escalation of the watersports elements. And either there were relatively few typos, or I was too involved in the story to notice many of them. I will definitely read more from this author.
Most of the mind control erotica I've read is from the perspective of the controller, but these stories are from the perspective of the controllee, so there's an interesting tension that comes from having an unreliable narrator. The first two (really one long story in 2 parts) is told in a series of diary entries. A bit creepy, I'm not entirely comfortable with enjoying them ... but I did.
Comparable to late 80s Greenleaf/Liverpool books for sheer filth, and certainly better written than Star novels of that era. There's a lot of blackmail sex that's a bit dubcon. Also an emphasis on descriptions of animal anatomy. Although all the sexually active characters are adults at the time of this story, prior noncon experiences shape their psyches, so if that's triggering for you (and all the other listed keywords somehow aren't!) proceed with caution.
Sheree is a really impressive creation, a mix of sweetness, avarice, insecurity, a domineering streak and sheer unbridled lust that's much more complex -- and compelling -- than I expect from the typical smutty story. And the dynamic between Sheree and Adam is remarkably believable. The titular "family business," meanwhile, gives Renarde ample opportunity to explore a wide range of kinks. For me, this was the sort of story that made even the stuff I'm not personally into seem hot. I'd give it 6 stars if I could.
Laura Knots editing is usually rough and this is no exception, e.g., "past" instead of "passed" and it looks like there was a late change from 3rd person to 1st person, so there's a mix of "my" [body part] and "her" [body part] which can get confusing. But despite the editing problems, some of her stories work for me because they're so sincerely committed to the kinks and fetishes being explored. This one felt a bit lacking, there wasn't much tension to it. Should really be tagged dubcon or even noncon.
Liz Adams erotic reworking of Alice in Wonderland is long on tease, with Alice spending a large chunk of the book trying unsuccessfully to reach her first orgasm. I found some of it a bit creepy, particularly Alice's encounter with a group of men poised somewhere between imbecility and disturbingly child-like innocence. Many Alice erotica tales feature BDSM themes and couplings with non-humans; this one doesn't. It does feature a smidgeon of bisexual behavior, some back-door action, and several multi-partner scenes. Alice's insecurity grated on me a bit, and I found the dénouement disappointingly vanilla, but it had some clever touches and hot scenes.
inventive and hot, perfectly poised between sweet and nasty. I love how the narrator's fraught relationship with her ex-husband helps establish her personality. After I finished this I purchased several other Britten Thorne stories.
I have really mixed feelings about Kreme's stories. I like tales of people overpowered by desires they may not want to acknowledge, but stories in which smart women become dumb have a not of misogyny that's uncomfortable for me. But on the other (third?) hand, Kreme's inventive, fetish-y and sci-fi/horror flavored scenarios are a lot of fun. This was no eXception. Made me hot and a little ashamed to be hot.
The lead story, a supernatural serial killer tale that (mostly) left a lot of gaps for the reader to fill in barey held my attention .. I would have given it 2 stars. But the bonus essay about the history of "Scooby Do" and its influence on horror cinema was much more interesting. I'd give that 4 stars.
I enjoyed both of the (dark fantasy) short stories, the rock'n'roll one more than the sacrifice/adultery one (despite details that feel inauthentic to me, like a guitar soloist with a 7-string instrument). But the real winner here was Patricia O'Neill's nonfiction piece summarizing recent sleep research. Entertaining and informative!
Really surprised me, which is rare for a smutty story. Narration was a bit tell more than show for my taste at first, but it eventually developed unexpected emotional depth. And it was hot. Will definitely read more from Huck Pilgrim.
Formatting problems in the epub version made this difficult to read. The action seemed very generic, cut-out characters in a situation I really couldn't believe. "Lemonade" isn't what you might expect, either.
There are some interesting aspects to the reworkings of the familiar Oz denizens -- a dash of steampunk, for instance -- but to connect for me the story would need richer descriptions and more character development.
I thought this story spent too much time setting up Candy's back story -- only the last third or so is really "present day." I also think it would have benefitted from richer descriptions of Candy's outrageous outfits.
2 long stories, one short one. I liked the short one best, a macabre femdom quickie (bit of a switch for Kreme). The zombie tale I found gross rather than erotic; I thought the last story, in which Plutonians come to teach earthlings a lesson for demoting Pluto from planethood started off promisingly, but by the end it felt too repetitive ... It ratcheted up the kink factor, but in a predictable direction.
Alban Lake's "Cassandra's Eyes" is a terrific, unsettling, tale, it made me think of Robert Bloch. It knows the tradition it's working in, but there's enough solid, specific detail to elevate it from the derivative, and it's nicely executed and paced. Literally worth the price of admission. I enjoyed most of the other stories too, Hallstead's especially.
I wasn't sure if his was contemporary or historical, which I guess doesn't matter too much, but does indicate how thinly the setting is sketched. But I liked this enough to read more from Morrigan -- almost romantic, very female-pleasure-centric take on demon sex. Could really use a copy edit, though, some distracting typos/wrong/missing words.
Atmospheric and well-paced. Didn't necessarily make a lot of sense, and I was frustrated by the protagonist's slowness at putting things together, as well as a major plot question the story leaves unresolved. But I would read more from Xavier Edwards.
If Kat really thinks her girlfriend has an addiction problem with dog sex, more dogs trained for sex doesn't seem like the best approach, but that's what Kat tries. Predictably, this leads to more sex with dogs and women, and between women, with a little May-December interaction thrown in. Nicole Draylock is reliably filthy as usual.
When painfully naive Mary sees sister Kim orally pleasuring Santa (who mysteriously reminds her of Dad...), she's determined to go down on him, too, even if she and her sister have to fellate Anabelle Chong-style numbers of grocery store Santas to find him. (Doing the same to his reindeer remains an unfulfilled ambition in this installment.) Very specific in its fetish, but with a sense of humor. Squicked me and turned me on at the same time.
I read plenty of series books as a kid, but maybe not enough to get all the gags crammed into this story. I wanted to like it, but the humor was a bit too shallow and the plot didn't hold my interest. Not as naughty as the title might imply, but pretty off-color.
Kinky fantasy interacial action in a not-overly Tolkeinesque setting, with an actual plot and even some character development. A bit of size-difference fetishization, but the titular halfling is not described as particularly hirsute. Will read more Odessa Piper for sure.
In this context "gnome" seems a not like code for "nerd girl" -- and I'm fine with that. This seems more like an interlude in a larger tale than a completely self-contained story, compared to the other entry in this series I read. (I'm probably getting them out of order.)
I really like how Raya Ezelle is following the current trend for monsterotica, but giving it her own spin with some beasties from the ... erm ... long tail of the mythological spectrum, if you will. Although the pooka's tail is presumably quite short. Anyway, I thought the looks was very nicely balanced between menacing and sexy, and the story was lot of fun.
After reading and loving the first in this series (not currently available on Smashwords, I found it on AZ) I was a bit worried the sequel wouldn't live up to it, but this is another winner: some real character development and romantic tension between characters, an actual plot that's even a bit surprising, and a lot of hot sex (with a hint of Ds).
Down-on-her-luck Maggie hooks up with sleazy photog Andy to do some "tasteful nudes" for quick cash, and this is how it goes: Maggie sets a "but I won't don't THAT" limit, Andy pushes it Maggie caves (the story should probably have a "dubcon" tag) ,she says "more please" and sets a new "but I won't do THAT" limit. Repeat until the story is well beyond the boundaries of mainstream porn. Prose was a bit flat, but I thought the story was pretty hot overall. Look forward to reading more from Alexis Alexandra.
Really interesting speculation about the intersection between sex and technology, with an emphasis on virtual reality and body modification. Will definitely check out more from Grace Vilmont. One aspect that didn't appeal to me: Sophie may technically consents to everything in the story, but she doesn't enjoy all of it -- so this story almost worked better for me as science fiction than as erotica. Could also definitely use a copy-edit, as the typo in the description suggests.
Liked this even though it doesn't meet most of my standards for "good" erotica: the plot really makes no sense, there's not much emotional/erotic tension, the language is mostly pedestrian with some thesaurus-misfire gaffes. But in its favor, narrator Julie is an intriguing, if not very credible, mixture of innocent and slutty: kinky enough to borrow her mom's vibe, fastidious enough to wash it first, and there's a little bit of femdom role-reversal. I didn't think the rest of the story quite lived up to the vividness of the first scene. Story could also be tagged anal, and possibly tentacle (demons' tongues are large and prehensile). Multi-page samples of 2 other Carmen Foxx stories are included.
To each his/her own. The mind control stories I like are usually about the tension between what people want and what they admit they want (or are willing to do in a given circumstance), or told from the OMG-can't-believe-I'm-doing-this perspective of the controllee. In CIndy Cumby's story, Gaby is not into what's going on, and she sometimes recovers herself enough to clearly state that (which is a big turn-off for me, personally). And narrator Roger apparently is fine with being the beachhead for an alien invasion of Earth as long as he gets his nut off. Ew.
Five stars even though this breaks one of the cardinal rules of erotica: the sex scenes all have the same participants doing basically the same things. But I didn't mind that because I was caught up in the story. Mr BIgglesworth is kinda creepy (he has a bit of stalker vibe) and the action is hot . I was hoping for a 3-way with Sierra's college "experimental days" pal, which didn't happen. But now I'm hoping for a sequel. I will definitely read more Clea Kinderton stories.
The story doesn't really commit either to naturalistic masturbation with an inanimate object or outright bear-comes-to-life fantasy; it's in between, which I found distracting. Editing is pretty rough, and description's a bit flat.
I've read several similarly themed stories lately and this one really stands out as different from the norm: there's nothing supernatural going on, and there's some sexual, if unconventional interaction between human beings in addition to plush pals.
The story lays groundwork for why Katie is happy to turn to her teddy bear for comfort and sexytimes, but it does so with two scenes that are explicit, but not sexy, because the reader *knows* they're going to end badly. Teddy only enters in the last third of the story; I would have preferred to see the backstory compressed a bit and a bit more time devoted to the central fetish. Enough craft here for me to try something else from author Kirsten Rose.
This starts with an awkward, nonconsensual attempted and emphatically rebuffed seduction by the older partner. What happens after that is consensual (and initiated by the younger partner) but the first scene colored the way I saw the rest of the story, and it just didn't work for me.
This story really makes it clear that this series is really a novella broken into chapter installments -- it didn't work well for me as erotica (the actual sex is pretty vanilla, and rather generically described) but it's emotionally satisfying in the larger context of the story. I give it four stars, but it's definitely not where you should _start_ in this series.
Strikes a nice balance between an eroticized fairy tale mood and catering to the currently popular "weird partner" fetish: romantic, sweet, but odd (with a dab of dubcon).Prose and dialogue were both a little flat - readable, but not rich. But promising overall; I would read more from Angelicka Wallows.
Most fantasy monster sex stories are from the lady's POV ("OMG I can't believe this bestial monster turns me on") but this reverses it:( "OMG I can't believe this delicate human turns me on.") Iqbar is creepy by human standards, but restrained by troll standards. Technically a bit dubcon (the princess doesn't explicitly consent to everything in advance), but also kinda rom and very female-pleasure centric for a male POV story. All this wrapped in a not-bad-at-all sword and sorcery setting that doesn't feel generic. A winner! Look forward to reading more Katie Ayres.
Starts with a series of vignettes establishing that the tentacled creatures menacing the town are drawn to people having sex. Questionable consensuality (with a hint of mind control) and every which way gender pairings. A little scary, a lot pervy. I thought the dialect dialogue at the beginning was a bit much, but it didn't continue throughout. Definitely leaves me curious to read more from NL Allen.
Thers's nothing particularly final about this installment of Katrina's adventures, so maybe Fannie Tucker will revisit the series at some point. It does feel like the author might have been struggling a bit to find new ghost activities to subject her heroine to, but all-in-all this is one of my favorite Smashwords erotica series ever.
These stories recall the epic sweep of sci-fi pioneers like Olaf Stapledon - they span decades, or even centuries. Some barely have dialogue, or even characters, at all. (They're very much "tell, don't show.") Several have religious themes. Your mileage may vary, but these were not at all to my taste.
Walter stumbles into a group of rich, all-fetishes-embraced lifestyle Ds devotees. They tell him their story in narrated flashback while drawing him in to their circle. (He starts out so naive they have to define B&D for him, which I found a bit hard to swallow.) Unfortunately the story is unedited, there are so many missing words, misplaced quotation marks, etc. that it is sometimes hard to follow. It's also sometimes interrupted by rants about the narrator's ex-wife.
For my preference, too much of this story was written in a very dry style, almost like a synopsis. Definitely try reading the sample to see if it's to your taste. Noncon/dubcon and bimbofication themes in addition to the listed tags.
Definitely better written, despite plentiful typos, than most stories dealing with this sort of fetish material, and actually has a (violent) plot. It was not to my taste, partly because of the passivity and lack of believable motivation of the female characters, partly because of the narrator's emphasis on self-justification. As always, your milage may vary.
Ali and Stephanie can't have been transported back to the age of dinosaurs, it must be a dream. Of course, they can't agree on which of them is dreaming -our if they're both a dream of the improbable, horny (in more ways than one) stegosaurus. But either way it's an excuse to indulge desires they'd never acknowledge in "real" life. Editing was rough, but I thought this was fun. I'd read more in this series.
Enough good points that I'm inclined to try at least one more Blaine
Teller story to see if it's more to my taste, but i found this one a little flat. I found the fact that the alien is referred to only by a strong of digits distracting.
The story starts with Cassie abducting the titular alien, and that's not the only reversal in store.it also emphasizes the alien's special abilities over his physical attributes. Funny, hot, and a little dark -a five-star winner despite rough editing.
This is a sequel to Alien in the Basement. I was critical of the first story for throwing breeding elements in (it seemed) arbitrarily at the end, but this story deals explicitly with the consequences of the alien pregnancy (it's really one story spit into 2 parts). Dubcon, with a dark streak, largely recapitulates the erotic action of the first story ... I liked it anyway.
MIna Shay delivers another twist to differentiate this from other human/alien stories you may have read. In this variant, the alien is hurt. Guess what he needs to get better? And is Ruby up for it? You bet!
My favorite thing about Mina Shay's alien stories is how different they all are, from each other, and from other authors' alien sex erotica. This one features aliens with a sort of cosmic blue ball syndrome, bifurcated anatomical features. and a mood on the very strange line between mind control and rom. But it felt more standard-issue than most of Shay's stories.
Continues the story of Julie and Greg as their lives are changed by the mysterious pendant that opens their minds and (literally) orifices to sexual adventures they'd never considered. This installment ups the ante a bit (and is more M/M M/trans oriented) but doesn't resolve the story. I hope Crimson Rose returns to finish it.
Begins the story of Julie and Greg as their lives are changed by a mysterious pendant that opens their minds and (literally) orifices to experiences they'd never considered. Some M/M content, mild D/S. I thought this was a lot of fun.
Definitely liked this collection well enough to try more from Jane Kemp. These stories are on the milder side of dubcon/reluctance and prioritize female pleasure. Almost all of them have a bit of a twist that adds some plot tension.
Almost -- but not quite -- too nasty for me. Dubcon or noncon, depending on how you look at it, and really rough. Jess wants to break Tiffany's will, and I'm rooting for Tiffany to out-slut her dominant aunt and not get broken ... but not sure that's how it will pan out.
Lisbeth Frey has a singleminded devotion to getting off that's so selfish it borders on the sociopathic. And she thinks she's going to call all the shots, but we know how that's going to go, don't we? But it's okay, because we also know she won't mind ceding control one little bit.
The description is actually for the wrong story (Aunt Frisky) -- in this story Lilly tells Juliana she doesn't want to play their special game anymore, but Juliana's sure she knows better. Then Lilly's mind gets a little blown by all the craziness in the house ... but she still manages to have the last word! As usual, Esmeralda Greene pulls no punches.
Takes a while to get going and has some clunky errors (switches between first and third person a couple times). Voyeurism is a major theme in addition to everything else. I liked the tease better than the payoff; the action seemed a bit generic, with maybe a few too many participants for the author to juggle at once.
Determinedly kinky, and I liked how the parties were more realistic than the standard porn Barbie Dolls,but this was spoiled for me by an unpleasant misogynist vibe. Borderline scat activities were also not my thing. I think Mister Average is probably not for me.
This one really straddles the line between horror and erotica, there's a nontrivial bodycount and a dark streak that goes well beyond the dubious consent that's so common in paranormal erotica. Caveat lector!
This companion piece to "Daddy's Pumpkin Patch Party" -- both stories follow on the same original off-screen event -- is even dirtier, with mind control, bondage, and (just a little bit) of M/M and F/F action in addition to the listed tags. I liked it a lot, although I thought it drifted toward the formulaic toward the end. Still leaves me wanting to read more MIchael Jade for sure.
Thought this was just ok, very flat dialogue, rote action, and Holly seemed a bit too much like a male fantasy, and not enough like a character with some motivation beyond being a doormat for any horny dude.
I'm a fan of consensual tentacle stories in general, but I had trouble with willing suspension of disbelief for this one -- Tanya seems just a little _too_ open-minded, too soon (maybe if she had explained how she was really into hentai porn?).
Really nice sustained tease/buildup, with satisfying payoff. I like how it's not very penetration-centric, and the hint of mind control isn't oversold. With a light edit this would be a 5-star story, but there a few near-repeat sentences and a couple of descriptive elements that seem out of sequence. Also, the title is a bit of a spoiler. But overall I liked this a lot.
I thought this had a really promising start, but the descriptions kept flipping between first and third-person (my body part, her body part in consecutive sentences) and I found that really distracting. And it made me pay attention to how formulaic the action was, despite the creative setting and unusual monster.
I just didn't buy the characters' motivations, particularly the innocent virgin suddenly deciding to start with a nonhuman penis. And I felt a little bad for the poor old pooch, he really gets put through the ringer. Many of the listed tags don't actually apply to this story, there's no sexual interaction between the human characters and no BDSM elements.
Kinda unusual in a story like this to leave a character sexually frustrated for a while, that made me pay attention and earns a third star. A light copy edit would really help, many awkward, choppy sentences.
Right on the edge of too noncon for my taste, but definitely better written/edited than many other similarly themed stories. Nice tension in the opening scene, where Alyce thinks her lover is describing a fantasy that pushes her boundaries a little. But it's not just a fantasy . . .
Not sure why the other reviewer described the story as 8 pages long, 4700 words was 16 pages on my ereader.
Jane Amber's dark erotic fantasies are just on the edge of too nonconsensual for me, but definitely above average quality. All three of the stories share a subtheme of betrayal by someone the protagonist trusts.
I've enjoyed many of Virginia Wade's stories, but this one was a near miss in a few different genres: too noncon oriented for the romance to work for me, too plot-heavy for porn, but without enough unique story elements to succeed on a science fiction level. But I did really like the detail that Ann learned to use a bow because she was a Hunger Games fan.
Awkward phrasing like, "Rick’s expressions were priceless. His face contorted in ways that had never been seen on this man. He ended up making so much noise that a neighbor decided to stick his head over the fence." stopped me from getting involved in the story.
Can Alice keep quiet while Carla and/or Beth work her over? That is,quiet enough that her parents won't hear funny noises and catch her in flagrante delicto? A little bit of voyeurism adds some additional spice. Ends a bit abruptly.
Famed adventurer Miranda is awfully easy for the pirates to capture. But that's OK because it turns out she really likes being a pirate captain's captive there's a lot of consensual FF Ds play and a bit of noncon MF grabass. Not much of a plot to this installment, and several details felt anachronistic. But fun overall.
Usually it annoys me when reviewers complain that a story is too short; it says clearly that this one is less than 5000 words. But this one really did leave me hanging -- it ends very abruptly without resolving the plot threads at all (although it does bring a sex scene to conclusion). A shame, because I thought it was a really promising set up.
Intriguing world-building adds interest to this story of a lecherous mage who_really_ shouldn't be allowed to administer the "treat of obedience" to the graduating class. Has a nasty little twist at the end. Mdom and S&M themes in addition to the listed tags. Quite a few missing words in the text, could really use a copy edit, but 4 stars anyway.
Not exactly Game of Thrones fanfic, but very clearly inspired by the series. The Duke struck me as unctuous, but I definitely appreciatehis use of an ancient work of pornography to facilitate his seduction. As usual for Amber, a copyedit would really help, but I like it anyway.
In this installment. the narrator and Tori trade dominant and submissive roles back and forth. Lots of dirty talk. Kind of surprising how much milage Pulcher gets out of relatively few sex acts: 2-parts into the story there's a lot they still haven't done.
Tori story continues its gradual escalation. The complicated Ds interplay is what makes this story really work for me despite a few fetish elements I'm not so into. This is the one that convinced me to add Pulcher to my buy-everything-by list.
Definitely check the sample before buying, this story has such tortured syntax that it's sometimes hard to follow, like "Colossal house, soaring fence, and a vast pool were the first things that Emily spotted. Up unit then, she was looking at that houses and tried to imagine how the life looks in them. She was curious wheatear the life was sometimes rough for them as it was for her. With the widen eyes, she was hoping she might finally find out."
Unusual mix of two familiar fetish elements - the narrator's plant-lady has no character trait beyond an insatiable hunger for sperm -- like the bimbo genre -- but she also has tentacles. I found it more weird than hot, but it did hold my attention.
Slightly melancholy, which I liked. The characters start out feeling very awkward in their human forms, which I also liked, but I thought they fell into human idioms and behaviors a little too easily and quickly.
Very reminiscent of a late 70s or early 80s Liverpool-type book. Linguistically competent, deliriously purple prose, with a lot of Oh-God-I-can't buildup... The first climax isn't till almost halfway through.
What was really fun about this was how Tucker plays with the D/s dynamic: Bill clearly wants to think of himself as dominant -- and manages a few surprises for Julie -- but Julie is really running the show, and she winds up challenging his boundaries.
On the plus side, there are a ton of stories about women and monsters, a (hetero) guy + monster has some novelty. The monster is unusual (at least in Western pop culture) and the story is actually a bit educational (it takes liberties with the folklore, but points some of them out). And it's both creepy and erotic, a difficult balancing act to pull off.
On the minus side, it's heavy on exposition, and I found the narrator kinda unlikable. Could really use a copyedit, too.
But overall I definitely liked it better than the Mark Desires story I reviewed earlier.
Nails the elaborate syntax and exuberantly purple prose of classic (pre 80s) Greenleaf or Beeline authors so well that I might suspect it was a pirated text if it didn't convincingly integrate modern elements like reality TV and console games. Bravo.
Pitch-perfect execution of the classic taboo erotica template of a bad girl seducing her way through a family and uncorking previously unexplored and unacknowledged perviness. The bad girl in question has a jaw-dropping knack for the devastatingly-timed shocking utterance, there's some genuine emotional tension to the story, and it pushes the "pseudo" game to the absolute limit.
This story helped me figure out something about how I like this kink - consensual, but not romantic, and celebrating perversion rather than minimizing or excusing it. I've definitely found other Cheri Verset stories more to my taste.
Shelli's friends are a bit dubious about cocktopus, at least at first, but Shelli is positively enthusiastic and that really makes the story work for me. Also, their backstory includes sapphic exploration they're not entirely comfortable with, which was an interesting angle. Lots of distracting typos, although the one about "protecting the pubic" made me giggle.
The sequel to Cocktopus is not just more of the same - not only is there a lot of guy-on-guy action, there's [spoiler alert] a bunch of little cocktopi in addition to Dad. Also a bit of violence I didn't care for, although it's offscreen, as it were. But overall I liked the story even though M/M is not my thing.
A bit unusual in that some vanilla one-on-one follows the big gangbang. I also liked that it was multicultural without being too fetishy about it. Rounding up half a star for much better than average copyediting.
You definitely know what you will get with a Laura Knots story - lots of maledom dub/non con, often with violence, and so many typos the stories often get a bit hard to follow. But there's a weird sincerity to them.
Unsettling blend of funny and dark. "Once you've had vamp, you need that kind of tramp," I guess. I wouldn't call it rigorously researched or anything, but Cheri Verset clearly did a little bit of research.
This story tries hard to ignore how silly it is, devoting half its length to establishing how fascinated with/skeptical about haunted houses the narrator is. But it can't quite.
It doesn't read like a professionally edited story, but it's more coherent than much of the self-pub erotica on Smashwords; I was distracted by a handful of typos/grammar errors, but overall I was amused.
(If I'd written it, I would have tagged it "tentacle")