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REVIEW: Alpha Hole Prison from Y Press Games

Earthling Miguel Sanchez has been sentenced to life at Alpha Hole, a notorious space prison. His survival depends on using his charms to convince a powerful ally to protect him.Warnings: dubcon, mentions of noncon, abuse, violence and suicideCategory: M/M Alpha Hole Prison is a VN game that was funded on Kickstarter. It features an Earthling … Continue reading REVIEW: Alpha Hole Prison from Y Press Games

REVIEW: Journey to the Year One Billion by Gary LM Martin

A time tunnel in orbit sends shockwaves which threatens to destroy the Earth. After three ships are sent in but don't report back, Lieutenant Commander Michael Taylor of the United Survey Service is sent in to investigate. He is hurled 1,000,000,000 years ahead in time to find mankind has evolved into an entirely different form … Continue reading REVIEW: Journey to the Year One Billion by Gary LM Martin

REVIEW: Captive of Gor by John Norman

In this seventh book in the Gorean Series, beautiful and headstrong Elinor Brinton of Earth finds herself thrust into the savage world of Counter-Earth, also known as Gor. Brinton must relinquish her earthly position as a beautiful, wealthy and powerful woman when she finds herself a part of the harsh Gorean society. She is powerless … Continue reading REVIEW: Captive of Gor by John Norman

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: Dragon Temple Saga by Janine Cross

Like her half-breed mother, young Zarq Darquel can’t always hold her tongue. A peasant on a large dragon estate, she goes unnoticed by the Temple of the Dragon—until she accidentally captures the attention of an eccentric and dangerous dragonmaster, unleashing a storm of tragedy. Her clan is plunged into destitution, her beautiful sister, Waivia, sold … Continue reading REVIEW: Dragon Temple Saga by Janine Cross

REVIEW: Annie Morphs by Alyson Belle

On a cold night in an abandoned construction site, a dying alien grants five brave children the power to morph into any animal or person they can touch so that they can fight back against a secret invasion of evil, mind-controlling slugs called the "Yucks." Arnold knows this because he was there, hiding behind a … Continue reading REVIEW: Annie Morphs by Alyson Belle

REVIEW: The Midas Touch by Katherine Kendall

Whales were dying mysteriously off the coast of Cape Cod, and marine biologist Shelby Haynes was trying to discover the cause. Which was how she found herself being hauled from the ocean by one brawny Jake Lawson, who soon regretted having reeled her in... Not only was it part of this irate mermaid's job to … Continue reading REVIEW: The Midas Touch by Katherine Kendall

REVIEW: The Merman’s Kiss by Tamsin Ley

Zantu has evaded the mate-bond for thirty-five years, dodging promiscuous mermaids with vile intents. Unlike mermaids, mermen bond for life, and Zantu refuses to accept the heartbreak most mermen die of. That is, until the glint of gold catches his eye, and a simple salvage mission turns to passion. Now he’s bonded to a human. … Continue reading REVIEW: The Merman’s Kiss by Tamsin Ley

REVIEW: Asfr’s Story from Shinenkan

The handsome actor Nagasaki Yuito has decided to spend his first day off in a while at a hot spring hotel deep in the mountains, together with his girlfriend Oosato Momoko and her little sister Chika. However, supernatural danger awaits them there...!Warnings: Supernatural peril, mild loli content, sexismCategory: M/F Asfr's Story is a transformation fetish … Continue reading REVIEW: Asfr’s Story from Shinenkan

REVIEW: Docile by KM Szpara

Elisha Wilder’s family has been ruined by debt, handed down to them from previous generations. His mother never recovered from the Dociline she took during her term as a Docile, so when Elisha decides to try and erase the family’s debt himself, he swears he will never take the drug that took his mother from … Continue reading REVIEW: Docile by KM Szpara