Thursday, January 21, 2016

Muffy the Demon Slayer: Crimson Moon by Lyka Bloom

There are not enough words to describe my love for Muffy the Demon Slayer: Crimson Moon. Seriously, it is that good . . . that much fun. Lyka Bloom has crafted a sexy and sincere homage to a little show that, to this day, remains a highlight of genre television. The names maybe have been changed to protect the innocent - now decadent - but the mannerisms, the dialogue, and the very feel of the story is authentic.

It all begins when a strange ring shows up in the mail, addressed to Muffy. She thinks nothing of it when she slips it on, but she really should have known better. Before long, her lust is through the roof, and her body is swelling to ample, voluptuous, very non Slayer-like proportions. After an attempt to remove the ring goes awry, innocent and perky little Fern finds herself becoming a wanton slut, and Xavier finds himself struggling with a newfound attraction to women with a little something extra down below. To make matters worse, Miles is busy researching the next impending apocalypse, and he cannot afford to have a Slayer who would rather be on the receiving end of different kind of Mr. Pointy.

This is a sexy tale that has elements of transformation, body augmentation, mind control, and sexual adventurism. It is also a solid horror/adventure themed story, complete with curses, vampires, and the coming of the Crimson King. It reads like an x-rated lost episode of the series, and the final scene is so perfect, so wonderful, so deeply satisfying that I cannot stop gushing.

1 comment:

  1. It sounds define, as thinking or hoping she stays in that mode. Sometimes others know what is best