Sexy Giant 2

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The further adventures of Jack Scoggins, who climbed a very erect plant in his backyard and found himself in the castle of Mistress Sylvie, a giantess who has randy designs on Jack. Mistress Sylvie is big and beautiful, and she has skin like cream and breasts like mountains. She puts Jack to work pleasuring her, and then her girlfriends arrive for more fun! More

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Janno Jones has a healthy imagination and likes to write funny, naughty books. These stories are about adults and for adults. They are not intended for minors. If you're an adult, though, and you like your erotica with some humor mixed in, enjoy! By the way, I'm on YouTube here: and I'm on Google Plus here:

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Review by: Aussiescribbler on Feb. 08, 2013 :
Sexy Giant was an amusing erotic take on the Jack and the Beanstalk story. It delivered Jack to the land of the giantesses and introduced the idea of Jack-on-giantess sexual shennigans.

With this second part of what could become another saga rivalling Janno's Bimbomaker series, the action really kicks off as Jack finds himself shamelessly used and abused by Sylvie and her super-sized girlfriends, much to his delight. Talk about BBWs? These women are BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWs.

There does seem to be some variability in just how big they are from moment to moment. On the one hand they look as big as skyscrapers, on the other Jack can crawl quite quickly back and forth between one of the women's nipples inside her bra. And one wonders if something as comparatively minuscule as Jack's tongue could really have much effect when licking giant breasts and clitorises. But this sort of goes with the territory of writing about giants. I read Rabelais' Gargantua and Pantagruel recently and the same sort of thing occurs there. Gargantua is big enough to reach into a church tower and steal the bells, but he sits down at table with normal-sized humans and Pantagruel, who is presumably just as big, travels on a ship with normal-sized people. And, when talking about a story in which a land of giants exists on a cloud reached by a bean-stalk, I suppose it would be kind of silly to complain that the sex scenes are far-fetched.

Apart from the macrophilia (it's a real thing, a sexual fetish for giants) the story plays upon the fantasy of the defenseless man falling into the clutches of dominant demanding sex-crazed women. The result is a terrifically titillating tall-tale.
(reviewed 61 days after purchase)

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