Thursday, May 18, 2017

Futaberry Slutcake by Bryce Calderwood (#futa #erotica #lesbian)

I will freely admit, I began drooling in anticipation when Bryce Calderwood began teasing his new Futaberry Patch universe, feeding us one sugary sweet sample after another. It sounded so perfectly delicious, I just had to rush out and grab a copy the moment it was released.

Did it satisfy my cravings? Was it worth the mess? Will I ever recover from my diabetic orgasm? Well, let me just say the only problem with Futaberry Slutcake is that it left me with an insatiable appetite for more!

In all seriousness, this was a delightful story with a fantastic lead-in that evoked memories of 80's classics like Gremlins and Tales from the Darkside . . . or, better yet, Friday the 13th: The Series. Dillon's story is a little bit sad and a lot unsavory, and his encounter with the mysterious curio shop is both amusing and creepy. The story behind the Kovacs 9000 drawing tablet is perfectly odd, and nicely raises our suspicions.

Of course, the real fun begins when Dillon finds himself in the cartoon body of his futa creation. I will leave you to discover the how and why of that transformation for yourself, but know that the erotic element is as sweet as it is sexy, as candy as it is cartoonish, and as messy as it is magnificent. Bryce Calderwood absolutely nails the details here, with every paragraph adding something to the concept, and every word of the dialogue designed to reinforce the perverse nature of the story.

By all rights, Futaberry Slutcake should be too silly, too cartoonish, and too over-the-top to work as a seriously erotic story, but it does . . . so very, very well. Bryce Calderwood does for cartoons what he already did for vampires and octogirls, and it is so yummy!

Bryce Calderwood is an award-winning, top-100 Amazon author who has been publishing strangely hot erotica since 2015. His stories usually combine paranormal elements with either futanari or BDSM (or both). Bryce likes to explore the boundaries between sex and violence, between pleasure and pain, and between the human and the monstrous.

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