Tag: adult

REVIEW: Volle by Kyell Gold

Volle thought life as a spy-in-training was pretty easy: do as little as possible, and spend all his free time sleeping with the other young males in Caril. He never expected to be the one chosen for a critical mission to impersonate a noble in the neighboring country of Tephos--and neither did his superiors. They … Continue reading REVIEW: Volle by Kyell Gold

REVIEW: My Uncle Oswald by Roald Dahl

Meet Oswald Hendryks Cornelius, Roald Dahl's most disgraceful and extraordinary character . . . Aside from being thoroughly debauched, strikingly attractive and astonishingly wealthy, Uncle Oswald was the greatest bounder, bon vivant and fornicator of all time. In this instalment of his scorchingly frank memoirs he tells of his early career and erotic education at … Continue reading REVIEW: My Uncle Oswald by Roald Dahl

REVIEW: Whispers from the Deep by Erika Chappell

In the dead of night, Isabelle Morganthau flees the only home she's ever known, taking her boyfriend Arren, an old rickety biplane, and a handful of gold coins. They leave behind their families, the sea, and their gods lurking in the depths, in hopes of finding somewhere safe to figure out who they really are. … Continue reading REVIEW: Whispers from the Deep by Erika Chappell

REVIEW: Lost Dogs and Monsters by AD Bloom

22nd century biopunk sci-fi featuring rogue geneticists, thumbed canine assassins, and giant monsters of Royal North Korea.Warnings: Violence, Animal death, Body horror, SuicideCategory: M/F, F/F Lost Dogs and Monsters is a gut-punch of a dark sci-fi that takes place in the far distant future and covers the story of a full on kaiju apocalypse. I … Continue reading REVIEW: Lost Dogs and Monsters by AD Bloom

REVIEW: Flowers in the Attic by VC Andrews

They were a perfect family, golden and carefree—until a heartbreaking tragedy shattered their happiness. Now, for the sake of an inheritance that will ensure their future, the children must be hidden away out of sight, as if they never existed. Kept on the top floor of their grandmother’s vast mansion, their loving mother assures them … Continue reading REVIEW: Flowers in the Attic by VC Andrews

REVIEW: Elsker by ST Bende

Kristia Tostenson prefers Earl Grey to Grey Goose and book clubs to nightclubs. But when she transfers from her one-stoplight Oregon town to Cardiff University in Wales, she falls in love with Ull Myhr. Her new boyfriend isn't exactly what she was expecting. Ull is an honest-to-goodness Norse god — an immortal assassin fated to … Continue reading REVIEW: Elsker by ST Bende

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: 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 Orc Wife by SJ Sanders

Sammi is having the worst weekend. When what was supposed to be a secluded romantic get away turns into a near death experience when she is stranded alone in the mountains during a snow storm by her two-timing boyfriend, Sammi faces a desperate situation. With no cell-service, dwindling food supplies, and a power outage, she … Continue reading REVIEW: The Orc Wife by SJ Sanders