Backstories: A Companion to Muscle Love & Muscle Therapy

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This collection supplements the novels Muscle Love: Confessions of a Muscle Worshipper & Muscle Therapy: Curing My Muscle Worship Addiction.These novels examine a man’s love of muscular women. Backstories turns the focus on the women. Why did they choose a muscle lifestyle & what they have given up and what they have gained in their quest. These provocative stories tell a story of their own. 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 a dozen books surrounding the theme of female muscle growth and co-authored several with his wife. Recently the Greyes completed a non-fiction research driven book on women who lift and their admirers entitled, Iron Beauties. The Greyes enjoy lifting together, playing sports, and hiking.

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Reviews of Backstories: A Companion to Muscle Love & Muscle Therapy by Richard Greye

Jay Stern reviewed on Feb. 19, 2019

This is the third book that I’ve read by this couple. And like the previous ones this is very good.

It acts as a bridge between the authors first two books providing a backstory to the FBBs that are depicted in them. This was a good format which would allow you to jump around and follow your favorite girl as she grew like it was a series of short stories or read it front to back.

I jumped around at first but eventually settled on reading it start to finish. The stories do a great job of getting into the psychology behind why these women decide to build these extraordinary bodies.

Besides Kristy, the FBB from Muscle Therapy, whose size was never good enough for her and was driven to get bigger and bigger I also really enjoyed the stories focusing on Mel and Richard the characters from the authors first books. These are very simple stories of the day to day lives of what its like living with a women whose dedicated to being strong. The author does a great job of putting you into these situations and one of my favorites involved the simple story of what happened when Mel accompanied Richard to his job and upstaged him by showcasing her muscular body. It was very sweet and true… but at the same time hot.

I do think the fact that these authors act as a husband and wife team and are involved in lifting themselves adds a level of reality to these stories that often puts them over other writers of this type of literature.

As I stated before this is the third book from them that I have read and continue to be impressed and am excited to see their next works. I would recommend this work to fans of realistic FBB stories. These stories are very grounded and do not go into the realms of some of the more extreme fantasy type muscle stories.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
QBikk reviewed on Feb. 8, 2019

The latest book from Richard Greye again discusses the nature of a muscle fetish. For this opus, he concentrated on the stories of the women starring in Muscle Therapy. The voice is given to these women, explaining their stories, on how they’ve come seeking to become muscular.

The stories of Josie, Melinda & Kristy is narrated through the eyes of these women, highlighting the important events in their lives, which were life changers for them. Each one of them has a direct link with the main protagonists of Muscle Therapy, Kyle & Rick, whom will face the results of these events during the story.

Reading these backstories really helps to understand why the relationships of Kyle & Rick develops one way or another, influenced by these women and their past. It brings some unexplained facts, details, which were left as question marks during Muscle Therapy. Surprisingly, it completes some details of the first book Muscle Love.

It depicts, for a change, muscular women as sensitive persons, caring for the ones around them, but also wanting to be seen as strong emotionally and physically. Of course, it can also go the other direction. But to know it, you’ll need to read the book! ;-)
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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