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#BookReview of Futanari Moans and the Mummy Hand (Job) by Sally Bend

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.

 

VR-Nica

VR-Nica (“veronica”) [Paperback | Kindle]

Chris Holden, a frustrated computer programmer takes a risk of a lifetime to see his idea come to fruition. Leaving his job he pours all of his time and money into his project. When the project develops a mind of its own it puts him in a difficult position to either give up and shut down his dream or accept the gifts he is being presented and accept the consequences that may follow. Accompanying him on his journey is his longtime friend Mara. A transgendered woman who is more than a little interested in Chris. Chris has been her protector over the years as she has been his social guide. The two develop a relationship that is unexpected and becomes dangerous when “someone” finds out and takes matters into her own “hands”.