Honey, I Fucked the Kids, Part 1: I Blew Out the Candles

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
This is the first installment in a short series about a stepmother who will do anything to gain the approval and acceptance of her bratty, whiny stepchildren. Though they are adults she tries her best to baby them, giving them the kind of mothering they have never known from their own mother. Unfortunately, her mothering crosses a very important line, one that changes everything forever. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » MILF
  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » General
  • Erotica themes: Incest or pseudo-incest, Age Play
  • Words: 7,900
  • Box Set: Yes
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370524662
About Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson is a slut, erotic author, model, and podcaster. She is an advocate for sluts everywhere and seeks to educate others on what it is really like to be a slut. She got her start on Tumblr with her blog, Slut-Problems that garnered 200k followers before its deletion by Tumblr in 2017. Since then, she has created a new blog on Tumblr, Slut-Solutions and also publishes free, daily content on multiple sites. Johnson is the author of two novels, Hollow Girl and Swing Low and has many short stories for sale on Smashwords as well.

Jennifer Johnson's books, blogs, podcasts, short stories, and pornographic content can be accessed via her website at http://slut-problems.com

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Reviews of Honey, I Fucked the Kids, Part 1: I Blew Out the Candles by Jennifer Johnson

freelunch reviewed on Nov. 9, 2020

Surprisingly excellent!

I'm familiar with Jenni's work from various online platforms and I was curious.

This is a solid story with a sympathetic central character. There is sex and it is well written - not fade-to-black but not porn either.

This is billed as "part one" and I hope we get to read more. We've been given an ending and an open road for the characters to follow.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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