Virtual Reality Muscle

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Mark is a scientist who worships muscular women who dominate him in the bedroom. Afraid his fetish would turn him into a social pariah, Mark develops a VR simulation where his dreams can be made real. When Mark interviews and films authentically powerful and muscular women for the project, his plan is complicated by a relationship. Can simulations truly pave the way for a dominant reality? More

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About Richard Greye

Richard Greye has developed a love for literature, history, and athletics. Richard and his wife Jayne Greye know first-hand how a passion for muscle can build more excitement in the bedroom. Only when Richard found the courage to tell her about his passion did this translate into an open relationship. Richard has published six books on the FMG theme and co-authored one with his wife. The Greyes enjoy lifting together, playing sports, and hiking.

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Quantum Publishing reviewed on April 30, 2020

Honestly, the only reason it's taken me so long to get to reviewing this is because I was too busy reading it over and over and over again.

Virtual Reality Muscle manages to seamlessly merge several major plot ideas with an entirely plausible technological background that appeals on multiple levels.

The story is, as are all of RGreye's works I've read, a work of erotic fiction, and you can expect some seriously steamy content as you page through this book. Some of the scenes I actually had to go back and reread because I got so immersed in the detail that I began to forget what was happening outside of the scene- and that's a good thing.

There *is* a plot to this story; the simplest and most inadequate way of telling it is "boy meets, loses, and regains true love." Like I said, though, that is wholly inadequate. In the course of winning true love, Mark also goes on a journey of self discovery. He seeks comfort and understanding in the arms of several exceptional women, not all of whom are healthy for him to be with, and he discovers that merely his fantasy for a perfect muscle woman is not enough to make him happy, although it's surely a part of what he needs.

Parts of the story are told through the Mark's interaction with the real world, while other parts are explored through his interaction with the virtual reality world he's created and built his career around. Naturally, because the virtual world is so closely tied to the Mark's reality, his experiences in reality begin to bleed over into his creation, and Mark is forced to examine what is missing from a relationship in a virtual world... and what is missing when he reduces himself to little more than an avatar in reality.

Exceptional story, intriguing premise, and a wholly satisfying ending. There are enough powerful women for even the most die-hard female muscle lover, and enough demonstrations of both aesthetic and purpose of that muscle to satisfy any reader, no matter where they fall on the scale of sthenolagnia and cratolagnia.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
Jay Stern reviewed on April 19, 2020

It took me a little time to get to reading this book because I have to admit that the premise didn’t exactly seem like it was going to be my thing. But I have loved all of the authors other work so I gave a shot… and wow! Am I glad I did!

The book was a pleasant surprise and can say it currently ranks as my 2nd favorite work by him (sorry to me Built is a masterpiece and still hold #1 but #2 isn’t bad either.)

The book follows Mark who realizes he loves muscle from a young age and charts his encounters with different women in his life.

Where the book really shines is in the writers ability to not only describe a scene with such amazing depth that the reader feels as if they themselves are wearing VR headset, but also what their characters are going through with such psychological insight that the illusion you are in the characters head witnessing these encounters first hand feels completely real.

And don’t worry muscle fans – the authors don’t fail to disappoint as Mark goes from muscle encounter to muscle encounter until meeting the ‘final boss’ Mia, his childhood crush who who has taken her love of building muscle to the extreme. Now Mark will have to choose if its worth it to persue his greatest desire.

Another great work for fans of fem muscle. BRAVO!
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
QBikk reviewed on March 29, 2020

VR Muscle is another story by the author with depth and research, to bring it into a context similar to what we could experience in our daily lives. The realism really hits home for people who appreciate female muscle and gives legitimacy to the notion that the reader has hope with a muscular woman too.

The story is about Mark, a young software designer, specializing in Virtual Reality. The difference with his application of VR, is that he brings his favorite topic to the table, focusing on female muscle and those who fantasize about it.

Through the story, we get to learn how he balances his fetish with his work life. We also witness his personal struggles. Whereas Mark is highly successful with his career, his love life falls behind, partly due to his lack of understanding of his own feelings.

While narrating his life and the women in, we get to know a few of the notable ones who have power and physical size. My favorites include Elena, a buff and German woman, who unknowingly to him stole his heart a long time ago. He also meets Mia who he knew in high school and sees her explosion of muscle growth. Will Mark manage his feelings and understand his path in life? To know and also explore your own feelings, you should just read it. You won’t regret it.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
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