Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Shameless Self-Promotion: Review Round-up

Okay, I hope you will indulge me in a little shameless self promotion, but I received a few very lovely reviews of my stories lately, and . . . well, I would like to show them off!

Moctezuma Johnson had this to say about Futanari Moans and the Mummy's Hand (Job):
I’m not going to spoil the payoff at the end by clumsily telling you what phantasmagoric nastiness befalls Futanari Moans but I guarantee you that if you’re a fan of futa fiction and hot action your mouth will be wide open and you’ll need that box of nearby tissues.
You can check out his complete review here.

Walker Long, meanwhile, shared this short by lovely review on Amazon & Goodreads:
Futanari Moans, the protagonist of this story, is a combination of Indiana Jones, Lara Croft, and Mutant Dickgirls From Outer Space. She combines adventure, sex appeal, wackiness, and wild kink like no other. The sexual situations here are pervy turned up to 11, but there's a legit adventure story going on, too. There are quite a few loose ends left at the end of this book, so I think we can expect to see more of Futanari Moans in the future.
While the magnificent Irene Clearmont had this to say about it:
This is probably one for fans of the genre, this is fun (and that is rare in adult fiction anyway), a romp where sliding blocks, pouring sand and monsters endanger a hero-heroine who is spending much effort (and body-fluid) in escaping the inevitable. Its oddity has a delicious charm of it's own and I can safely say that I have never read anything like it before
You can check out her complete review here.


Cuckolded by the Futa Motorcycle Club has gotten some lovely lately as well, with Shaun Putaine saying:
I loved the pacing of this story, as well as the lighthearted fun and acceptance of sissy princess' antics. The character development, descriptions, and the plot were all fantastic. There's plenty of hot, sweet, sexiness throughout the story all of which is fantastically described.
You can check out his complete review here.


Thanks to those who has given them a read, and thanks (in advance) to everyone who has a copy sitting on their to-be-read shelf!

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