Tag: fetish

REVIEW: Diamond Mirage from Aedian & Glair

Crystal elves: Beautiful, ethereal creatures born of pure celestial energy. Their eyes and hair are crystalline, reflecting light just like the mountains of diamonds and opals that surround their magical homeland. For most, he was a fable. But for others, the most valuable possession. Captured by human bandits as a gift for their influential Master, … Continue reading REVIEW: Diamond Mirage from Aedian & Glair

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: Claiming the Cleanfreak by Daniel May

Isaac is a class A shitheel with only three things on his mind: his next vape break, his next paycheck, and a just-for-fun feud with fun police coworker, Atticus. Atticus is a surface level stick-in-the-mud. Cleancut and built, he's never found without hand sanitizer or a scowl. He hates three things: a disorganized workspace, germs … Continue reading REVIEW: Claiming the Cleanfreak by Daniel May

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: 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: Sacrifice of the Goddesses by Raven Burning

The land of Harvlind has long been a lifeless wasteland where the citizens can barely eke out a living. The two mysterious goddesses that live in the Temple are changing that, but their magic comes at a price. Marleea has long known that she is exactly the type of young woman that the goddesses seek … Continue reading REVIEW: Sacrifice of the Goddesses by Raven Burning

REVIEW: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht

The city of Elendhaven sulks on the edge of the ocean. Wracked by plague, abandoned by the South, stripped of industry and left to die. But not everything dies so easily. A thing without a name stalks the city, a thing shaped like a man, with a dark heart and long pale fingers yearning to … Continue reading REVIEW: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht

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: Abduction by Amelita Rae

In a freak accident, the hull of Hisao’s ship is breached by meteor debris and the young spaceman is sucked out into space. Terrified, alone and rapidly running out of oxygen, the young man waits to die until a bright light suddenly appears and sucks him into it. For a moment, Hisao thinks he HAS … Continue reading REVIEW: Abduction by Amelita Rae

REVIEW: Anti-Justine by Nicolas-Edme Rétif

Inspired by the presumed poison of De Sade's violent and licentious masterworks 'Justine' and 'Juliette', Nicolas-Edme Rétif (also known as Rétif de la Bretonne) wrote this antidote; a work which morally defends the debauchery therein graphically depicted and shows us that even the most libidinous of lifestyles can have a happy ending. Enter Cupidonnet and … Continue reading REVIEW: Anti-Justine by Nicolas-Edme Rétif