Category: f/f

REVIEW: Haven by Misty Vixen

Decades following the collapse of society thanks to a manmade virus that created both zombies and a half-dozen new types of inhuman species, humans and inhumans live together in a decent semblance of society. Though the undead and vicious marauders roam the landscape, the average survivor can expect to have a decent life within a … Continue reading REVIEW: Haven by Misty Vixen

REVIEW: The Wicked and the Willing by Lianyu Tan

Verity Edevane needs blood. And not just anyone's blood. She craves the sweet, salty rush from a young woman's veins, the heady swirl of desire mixed with fealty—such a rarity in this foreign colony. It’s a lot to ask. But doesn't she deserve the best? Gean Choo needs money. Mrs. Edevane makes her an offer … Continue reading REVIEW: The Wicked and the Willing by Lianyu Tan

REVIEW: Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

In an isolated castle deep in the Austrian forest, Laura leads a solitary life with only her ailing father for company. Until one moonlit night, a horse-drawn carriage crashes into view, carrying an unexpected guest – the beautiful Carmilla. So begins a feverish friendship between Laura and her mysterious, entrancing companion. But as Carmilla becomes … Continue reading REVIEW: Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

REVIEW: Mistress Murder by Mark Ramsden

Susie Godly is many things to many people. Lover, daughter, mother, ex-wife, entrepreneur and - in her guise as Mistress Murder - one of the most in-demand dominatrixes in London. Susie has bought herself a first-class ticket on the hedonism express and shows no sign of slowing down for anyone or anything. Yes, her marriage … Continue reading REVIEW: Mistress Murder by Mark Ramsden

REVIEW: Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille

Bataille’s first novel, published under the pseudonym ‘Lord Auch’, is still his most notorious work. In this explicit pornographic fantasy, the young male narrator and his lovers Simone and Marcelle embark on a sexual quest involving sadism, torture, orgies, madness and defilement, culminating in a final act of transgression. Shocking and sacreligious, Story of the … Continue reading REVIEW: Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille

REVIEW: Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke by Eric LaRocca

Sadomasochism. Obsession. Death. A whirlpool of darkness churns at the heart of a macabre ballet between two lonely young women in an internet chat room in the early 2000s -- a darkness that threatens to forever transform them once they finally succumb to their most horrific desires. What have you done today to deserve your … Continue reading REVIEW: Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke by Eric LaRocca

REVIEW: Body After Body by Briar Ripley Page

Three indentured, memory-wiped laborers at a crumbling storage facility make some unexpected discoveries about the genetically engineered mutant bodies they tend each day. Sex, drugs, violence, cannibalism, psychic powers, a catgirl (sort of)…Body After Body is the lurid, dreamlike, amoral queer/trans sci-fi trash literature at least four or five people have been waiting for.Warnings: self … Continue reading REVIEW: Body After Body by Briar Ripley Page

REVIEW: The Centaur’s Wife by Amanda Leduc

Heather is sleeping peacefully after the birth of her twin daughters when the sound of the world ending jolts her awake. Stumbling outside with her babies and her new husband, Brendan, she finds that their city has been destroyed by falling meteors and that her little family are among only a few who survived. But … Continue reading REVIEW: The Centaur’s Wife by Amanda Leduc

REVIEW: Every Hero Deserves a Blowjob by Aaron Huston

Everything seemed to have hit rock-bottom for Karma. A college educated former Marine and now a convicted felon, it would be easy to say divorce was hard. With a daughter on the way from a spur of the moment relationship, he was ready to accept whatever dead-end path life was heading. Lucky-or unlucky-for him, the … Continue reading REVIEW: Every Hero Deserves a Blowjob by Aaron Huston

REVIEW: Australian Holiday by Harrison Warwick

Smug American Jason thought that his blind date with the comely Aussie Amanda would lead to fun down under. After all, they share common interests in mild BDSM, and plan a not-so-mild kidnapping scenario. Dominance and submission is based on trust, Jason reasonably believed, but a humbling experience with Amanda will soon devolve into a … Continue reading REVIEW: Australian Holiday by Harrison Warwick