Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Pan Sexual by Aimée Maroux & Sorcha Rowan (erotica mythology)

As much as I love Aimée Maroux & Sorcha Rowan as authors in their own right, when they get together . . . well, it is magic.

Or, in this case, magic and mythology.

Pan Sexual is, as the subtitle promises, an Interspecies Romance - which is a far better description that something like monster erotica, which is fun, but has entirely different connotations. More than that, this is a lesbian interspecies romance, one that opens with a cute little goat-tailed faun playing the voyeur with a big, sleek, gorgeous centaur.

Spuria and Rufina are delightful characters that you immediately fall in love with. They are pleasant, polite, and (perhaps) a bit perverse. Perfectly paired, in fact. I loved how Aimée & Sorcha played with the size difference, and how they kept the erotic elements largely 'human' (for lack of a better word) and familiar, but incorporated little details like the touch of a horn or the flick of a tail to keep us in the fantasy.

I know what many of you are thinking - goats and horses, horns and tails, how can that possibly be anything but bestial and monstrous? The answer is all in the characters, their emotions, and their blossoming relationship. This really is a sweet and sexy tale, one where the romantic connection is obvious, no matter what body parts may be involved.

And, yes, I know what the rest of you are thinking - goats and horses, horns and tails, it is a shame they are both girls? Well, do not feel left out, for there is a third participant, one who spends much of the story watching, but their late arrival does make for a ménage that might (maybe) be a little monstrous. Personally, I would have been content for this to be just the girls, but I did love how that final scene allowed Rufina to show just how magical fauns can be!

About Aimée Maroux: Aimée primarily writes erotic retellings of Greek myths and fantasy based on Greek mythology, but likes to experiment with other genres, too. Her favourite Greek myth is the Odyssee where the titular hero, Odysseus, has to overcome a plentitude of challenges on his way home from the Trojan War.


About Sorcha Rowan: A private person who's happiest in the mountains, Sorcha enjoys telling stories about finding new love in strange and wonderful places.


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