Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
It seems like a boring day for spunky secretary Chase, until she stops in at the market on the way home for a consolation cup-cake. She discovers the most beautiful cake she's ever seen. Even more delicious is the sexy, naked man the cake transforms into, right on her kitchen table. Could this be love? WARNING: This sizzling story contains explicit scenes of rough, sugary sex. Avoid while dieting. More

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About Rosa Steel

Rosa Steel is a young erotica writer and artist living in Sydney, Australia with her cricket-loving boyfriend and two rats named Cat and Dog. In between writing her own work she creates steamy erotica covers for other writers through EroCovers, her personal design business.

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Danica Rivers reviewed on on Aug. 5, 2012

This is the most genius idea I've ever come across in erotica. It's fast-paced and funny, lighthearted without sacrificing a seriously hot climax, and I'd love to see more like this. Were-cinnamon bun? Were-croissant? The possibilities are endless (and delicious)!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Tiffany Bell reviewed on on Aug. 5, 2012

This is, by far, the most original story I've ever read. It's also amazingly well-written. And hot! :D
(reviewed the day of purchase)
N. S. Charles reviewed on on June 3, 2012

Fully expecting this story to be full of hilarity, I wasn't disappointed. Chase, although the "bbw" tag is applied is only allured to as "voluptuous". I think a little more in depth description is need, but she's definitely a funny, and very horny person to initiate sex with a werecake, but I think the real star is the guy! I was genuinely surprised at the erotic parts, but it gets increasingly dirty and satisfying the further you go.
(reviewed 66 days after purchase)
Erika Foster reviewed on on April 19, 2012

I got the weirdest boner.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Zayda Phillips reviewed on on March 29, 2012

Though the premise is kind of silly, the writing is hot. Very rich use of language.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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