The Dome

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
This a parody, of sorts about a currently-running drama on television (2013). It follows three families who had been separated from the rest of their family by the Dome and relates to how they react to the separation. Maybe it took the Dome to bring out the best, or worst depending on your perspective in these families…

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Words: 31,530
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301073504
About Baron LeSade

Howdy, I'm a Texan by birth and a Nevadan an accident of fate. Retired after twenty-eight years in the USAF and now live on a horse ranch just outside of Reno, Nevada. I used to write for literotica, but decided I might as well write for myself as it was a lot more profitable....
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Review by: InBrightestDay on Jan. 20, 2015 :
I should note up front that I've never actually seen "Under the Dome", so specific parody elements are probably present, and no doubt flew right over my head.

This is a collection of three incest stories that take place after a small town is trapped under some sort of force field. There's a mother/son story, a father/daughter one and a brother/sister story. They all follow roughly the same outline, introducing the characters just as the dome appears, all three of the male characters end up touching the dome, and finally all three couples end up...er...coupling as the dome begins emitting some form of energy pulse that night.

While the formula is the same, in this case I think it works, as all three of these couples are being affected by common events. The mother/son story may not be the best the Baron has delivered, but I did still enjoy it, and I really loved the brother/sister story, which was both hot and genuinely emotional. I admittedly just skimmed the father/daughter story, since that's just not my thing, but all in all, I'd say this is still quite an enjoyable piece of work, and worth checking out if, like me, you're into big sister/little brother stories.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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