Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Erotica Book Review: Dominated by the Futas by Bryce Calderwood (futa femdom)

Title: Dominated by the Futa Orcs & Dominated by the Futa Centaurs
Author: Bryce Calderwood
Publication Date: June 20, 2019 & March 3, 2021
Protagonist Gender: Male
Sexuality: Bisexual

Dominated by the Futas is a two-book (so far) erotic fantasy saga by Bryce Calderwood that's as big on fun as it is on futa members. There's often an element of size difference in futa erotica, but rarely to the extent we find here, and I absolutely loved it!

Dominated by the Futa Orcs, the first book in the series, introduces us to Kal, a slender Elven prince who gets swept up in an attack by a gang of invading futa orcs. He's at an immediate physical disadvantage, too small and too weak to effectively fight back, but he's also at an emotional one, too intrigued and too aroused to resist the lure of futa pheromones. There's a nice edge to it all that the story explores, never letting us forget that there's genuine danger beneath the excitement.

Of course, if you've ever read a Bryce Calderwood story, then you know that these futa women are as irresistible as they are well-endowed. Before long, Kal finds himself a willing sex slave to the entire tribe, stretched and broken every night, only to magically healed in time for the morning. The sex is big, it's messy, and it's deliciously decadent. You know he should attempt to escape, at least try to free himself of their clutches, but you also can't blame him for enjoying it.

Dominated by the Futa Centaurs picks up where the first book left off, with Kal still a willing captive of the well-hung futa orcs who pass him around like a community sex toy. There's some nice character development there, a little insight into both the dangers of the orcs and the psychology of being a captive, but you have to wonder where it's all headed - and where it's headed is bigger, better, and bolder than even the most decadent reader can imagine.

When the futa orcs make the very poor decision to attack a community of tiny futa faeries, they find themselves in a pitched battle with even bigger futa centaurs. Kal feels guilty about his wandering eye, dreaming of those massive horse-like members in the midst of battle, and when it comes time for a challenge, a duel between tribes with him as the prize, he's not sure who he wants to win.

This second story has a lot of fun playing with size, giving Kal a tiny faerie lover along with a giant centaur one, and it humanizes things a bit, contrasting the brutality of the orcs with the more caring nature of the centaurs. It's no less messy or delicious, but even better than the first because of the character development.

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ 

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