Category: f/m

REVIEW: Sausagey Santa by Carlton Mellick III

Santa isn't the jolly old elf as portrayed in Children's stories. He's a bit more grotesque than that. His eyes are pimento-stuffed olives, his teeth are walnuts, and his body is made of sausages. One snowy Christmas Eve, while visiting the Fry family, Sausagey Santa is attacked by an evil force that is driven to … Continue reading REVIEW: Sausagey Santa by Carlton Mellick III

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

REVIEW: Fledgling by Octavia E Butler

Fledgling, Octavia Butler’s last novel, is the story of an apparently young, amnesiac girl whose alarmingly un-human needs and abilities lead her to a startling conclusion: she is in fact a genetically modified, 53-year-old vampire. Forced to discover what she can about her stolen former life, she must at the same time learn who wanted—and … Continue reading REVIEW: Fledgling by Octavia E Butler

REVIEW: Derik’s Luck by t’Sade

Derik was many things: a connoisseur of women, a highly-ranked thief, a specialist at stealing from mages, and a lover of a comfortable life. He also wasn't the smartest man in the city and he made more than a few poor decisions along the way. The biggest was not repaying the local crime lord the … Continue reading REVIEW: Derik’s Luck by t’Sade

REVIEW: Venus in Furs by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch

Obsessed and fascinated with a high society woman by the name of Wanda, our main protagonist enters into a contract with her to become her willing slave. The conditions of the agreement state therein that Wanda will chastise and punish Severin if he commits any mistake in the carrying out of his duties. Though reticent … Continue reading REVIEW: Venus in Furs by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch

REVIEW: Alyx by Lolah Burford

They were enslaved in a place where lust knew no bounds-and only love was forbidden. They were two white slaves thrown together in the darkness of the breeding hut. She, Alyx de Vere, a virginal, sixteen-year-old beauty carried off to nightmare captivity on a Caribbean sugar plantation. He, Simon, handsome, young, once heir to a … Continue reading REVIEW: Alyx by Lolah Burford

REVIEW: The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by AN Roquelaure

In the traditional folktale of "Sleeping Beauty," the spell cast upon the lovely young princess and everyone in her castle can only be broken by the kiss of a Prince. It is an ancient story, one that originally emerged from and still deeply disturbs the mind's unconscious. The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty retells the Beauty … Continue reading REVIEW: The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by AN Roquelaure

REVIEW: Rescued by the Married Monster Hunters by R Bird

Vessel is a creature living in a dimension-hopping dungeon. His destiny? Working for his colony until he outlives his usefulness. But secretly, Vessel engages in acts of rebellion: he mercy-kills human prisoners meant to feed the colony’s parasitic larvae. When a doomed human prisoner, Clarien, leaves Vessel a diary about his life as a monster … Continue reading REVIEW: Rescued by the Married Monster Hunters by R Bird

REVIEW: Powers of Darkness (The Lost Version of DRACULA) by Bram Stoker, revised and edited by Valdimar Ásmundsson

Powers of Darkness is an incredible literary discovery: In 1900, Icelandic publisher and writer Valdimar Ásmundsson set out to translate Bram Stoker’s world-famous 1897 novel Dracula. Called Makt Myrkranna (literally, “Powers of Darkness”), this Icelandic edition included an original preface written by Stoker himself. Makt Myrkranna was published in Iceland in 1901 but remained undiscovered … Continue reading REVIEW: Powers of Darkness (The Lost Version of DRACULA) by Bram Stoker, revised and edited by Valdimar Ásmundsson

REVIEW: The Haunted Vagina by Carlton Mellick III

Steve is madly in love with his eccentric girlfriend, Stacy. Unfortunately, their sex life has been suffering as of late, because Steve is worried about the odd noises that have been coming from Stacy's pubic region. She says that her vagina is haunted. She doesn't think it's that big of a deal. Steve, on the … Continue reading REVIEW: The Haunted Vagina by Carlton Mellick III