Tag: fiction

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

REVIEW: Joseph and his Brothers by Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann regarded his monumental retelling of the biblical story of Joseph as his magnum opus. He conceived of the four parts–The Stories of Jacob, Young Joseph, Joseph in Egypt, and Joseph the Provider–as a unified narrative, a “mythological novel” of Joseph’s fall into slavery and his rise to be lord over Egypt. Deploying lavish, … Continue reading REVIEW: Joseph and his Brothers by Thomas Mann

REVIEW: Fear by Kathryn Anne Kingsley

My whole life has been defined by fear. It's what's driven everything I've ever done. It's why I'm a firefighter. It's why I sneak into abandoned buildings. It's why I drive a motorcycle way too fast. Some people might call me reckless, but when I find myself on the edge of disaster, heart pumping, filled … Continue reading REVIEW: Fear by Kathryn Anne Kingsley

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: 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: Cordelia by Marty Allen

Corporal James Vaanes has returned to his peaceful hometown on Vancouver Island, a place he left nearly two decades earlier, to investigate major crimes. Juggling his new investigation team with his estranged family and deep rooted prejudice, Vaanes is forced into the spotlight when a young Aboriginal woman is murdered under his watch. The disturbing … Continue reading REVIEW: Cordelia by Marty Allen

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: Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M Auel

A natural disaster leaves the young girl wandering alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land until she is found by a woman of the Clan, people very different from her own kind. To them, blond, blue-eyed Ayla looks peculiar and ugly—she is one of the Others, those who have moved into their ancient homeland; but … Continue reading REVIEW: Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M Auel

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: A Dialogue Between a Married Lady and a Maid by Nicolas Chorier

Presented in a series of three dialogues, "A Dialogue Between A Married Lady And A Maid" is an amatory classic from 1740. Innocent Octavia is about to marry her beloved. It is up to Tullia, an older, married woman, to explain the mysteries of marriage. Although this book discusses marital relations, the way in which … Continue reading REVIEW: A Dialogue Between a Married Lady and a Maid by Nicolas Chorier