Sally is the one that turned me to providing book reviews so it was important that I give at least one of her work. I started with this one so I could move to her latest book.
The IQ of this writer is obvious in the story. Sally brings aspects of true science into a fantastic erotic tale. That said, there is no way you could miss the appearance and personality of Futanari Moans (of course the cover does help with getting a solid foundation). She is the courageous Laura Croft with a nice mixture of Indiana Jones (at least at the mid section) and a hint of a timid slutty Kate Upton.
Don’t misunderstand there is enough going on to keep you wet in this one.
Tomb robbing is a huge problem and watched very carefully. That doesn’t stop Futanari who carefully navigates through a archeological site that is riddled with secrets and traps that she discovers throughout the book. Futanari’s love of adventure is quite evident as she remains excited throughout her quest. That is until she had a terrifying and exciting discovery that she was not alone and now outnumbered. Her excitement was now multiplied.
Whether you read it or listen to the audio book, you will NOT be disappointed. Sally Bend has hit a home run. Pick up your copy today
About Sally Bend…
Sally Bend is an author, editor, columnist, and reviewer. Although shy and polite (she is, after all, Canadian), she loves to boldly and boisterously express herself through stories that bend the binaries of gender and sexuality.
Her fiction incorporates a wide range of styles, from dark horror to quirky erotica, with her favorite themes being the acceptance of gender identity and the exploration of submissive sexuality.
When she’s not reading, writing, or wandering the forest, she can be found online at http://www.sallybend.com.
Turnabout is fair play. I occasionally receive feedback and reviews on my work and it is always nice to return the favor with some of my favorite authors. Amanda Mann is one of them. She writes great stories with a style that allows you to get into the hearts and minds of the characters she writes about.
I really enjoyed Falling for My Bully. The story about two people who began as friends then separated by adolescence and peer pressure, only to be reunited later as adults. The story scenes were fantastic and very descriptive. Amanda showed Donnie/Sasha’s vulnerable side throughout, by including “her” thoughts in line with the actual conversation.
The conflict of Sasha’s ability to hide her secret and still find the pleasure she was looking for was a great build up to one of the shocking moments of the story but didn’t affect the predictable ending.
Definitely a good read for those who remember being bullied in school and even those of you who were the bully.
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She Used to be a Man is a great short story by Nikki Crescent.
I easily related to this story being the athlete in college and having an unusual roommate, but the thrill of this story for me was when a member of the family arrived for the weekend. The title gives most of the story away, but Nikki builds up the characters at the beginning enough to keep you interested and then brings in raw emotion during the exciting moments of the story.
Many stories of this type can be very predictable, and this one generally does as well, but the details of the story will keep you interested and aroused. The common situation of distance between siblings added to the suspense of the initial reaction during the reunion, and the story being told by the roommate helped maintain some small mystery throughout.
The long conversation between Carl and Alice might turn off some who are just looking to “get off” but I found it very enjoyable and more than that believable. The story did have some peaks and valleys, and the conflict lasted longer than it probably should have, but it was a still a really good distraction and the ended was fitting for the characters.
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