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review 2015-01-20 00:00
Kilted Tentacle Monster: A Search for True Love
Kilted Tentacle Monster: A Search for Tr... Kilted Tentacle Monster: A Search for True Love - Kit Tunstall Tentacle lovers, unite! This is a hilarious smexy story about a man with some extra "limbs" to help with the ladies. He is also Scottish with the sexy accent and he wears a kilt! Really, what more can an adventurous lady ask for in a lover?

Angus Buchanan is embarrassed about his alien ancestry. He's one of the few in his family who are a "throwback" gifted with tentacles down below. Obviously, Angus is unaware of women with a fetish for suction, double penetration and fisting. Those deviant slutty American females will screw anything with the right girth and length. The fact that the girth and length is variable under the male's control is even better.

Ms. Tunstall warns the reader this story blooms from a discussion (probably involving adult beverages) about monster erotica. Little does she know that there are avid fans of tentacle sex. This story is very sweet. Instead of tentacle horror, it's tentacle innocence as virginal Angus is ravished by a voracious marine biologist, Sasha. The humour in this short story is spot on. The characters are cute and the sex is hot. If this is what Ms. Tunstall pens on a lark, then her more serious work is a must read. I thoroughly enjoy her writing style which is filled with vivid imagery and humour. This is a tastefully written erotica recommended for romance lovers who like monogamy and triple penetration.

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text 2015-01-05 16:12
25 best M/M reads of 2014, Part 1 - ebooks
Hooch & Cake - Heidi Cullinan
Meatworks - Jordan Castillo Price
Seven - Adrienne Wilder
Gives Light - Rose Christo
The Boy with the Painful Tattoo - Josh Lanyon
Assimilation, Love and Other Human Oddities - Lyn Gala
Pet to the Tentacle Monsters! - Lilia Ford
Quick Change Artist - C.S. Laurel
The Foxhole Court - Nora Sakavic

On another group we were asked to list the 25 best books we read in 2014.  They didn't have to be released in 2014 - just read last year.  Here are mine, divided into three posts for length.


Quicksand and Quick Change Artist by C.S. Laurel

I get such a kick out of this series, which also includes B.Quick.


Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic

This one isn’t flawless, but it has really stuck with me. I have the second and third book in this series and I am waiting to read them until I have a block of time.


Pet to the Tentacle Monsters by Lilia Ford

Nearly PWP yet it does have a compelling framing device.


Gives Light by Rose Christo

Lovely writing.


Assimilation, Love, and Other Human Oddities by Lyn Gala

Love this science fiction series, and especially the world building. One of my top three.


Fair Play by Josh Lanyon

One of those mysteries where the main characters are unraveling a mystery form the past.


Boy With the Painful Tattoo

One of my top three this year. Kit’s development as a character really worked, and the relationship moved in a satisfying direction


SEVEN by Adrienne Wilder

This science fiction romance had a bunch of issues but I ended up liking it a lot anyway.


The Magpie Lord by K.J. Charles

I resist historical M/M romances, but this, Think of England, and the Whybourne and Griffin series are changing my mind.


Think of England by K.J. Charles

One of my top three. I had so much fun reading it, and the sense of place and time was amazing. It felt like reading murder mysteries of the time, but better.


Hooch & Cake by Heidi Cullinan

I am not always crazy about BDSM, but Special Delivery worked so well for me. I really believed the MCs needed and enjoyed their kink, and I wanted them to be happy. This short is about their wedding, which is usually a really bland trope, but this one brought back the feelings from Special Delivery, and made me happy for them in all their kinkiness all over again.


Meatworks by Jordan Castillo Price

A tough read, but so good. I keep thinking about it.



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review 2014-10-04 19:50
Assimilation, Love and Other Human Oddities by Lyn Gala
Assimilation, Love and Other Human Oddities - Lyn Gala
Claimings, Tails, and Other Alien Artifacts - Lyn Gala

I really, really enjoyed this.  It didn't blow my mind like Claimings, Tails, and Other Alien Artifacts, but it was a pleasure to read from beginning to end.  It looks like there will be at least one more book in this series, and I am really looking forward to reading it - without at all feeling cliffhanger-ish.


It is such a pleasure to watch the members of each species try to figure out the other species. Not just their customs and language, but also the differences in their emotional responses and even their battle strategies. Liam is getting the hang of it, but the new human character, Captain Susan Diallo, is constantly making mistakes and offending.


Like Liam, I am beginning to relate better to the Rownt way and find the human way to be puzzling and illogical.  I can't like Diallo.  But when I put myself in her position, everything she does makes sense. She is in the human military, and they are in pretty desperate straits.  They need every advantage, and she is there to figure out the Rownt and use the knowledge to the human military's advantage.  The fact that she is wrong about a lot of things makes sense given how hard the Rownt are to figure out. But I still want to wring her neck a few times.  :-)


Ondry and Liam are both coming into their own in this book.  They are more confident in each other and in their skills and standing in the Rownt community. Ondry is lovely character.  He is ambitious and skilled at what he does, but his first priority is always his palteia.  Liam is dedicated to Ondry, and hence is becoming more ambitious and skilled himself.  His submissive nature and his desire to please and serve plainly make the humans underestimate him constantly (idiots). The development of their relationship is lovely.  It reminds me of Vic and Jacob in the Psycop series - not super mushy, and not fraught with dumb misunderstandings and jealousy - just deeper and stronger with time.  Romantic underneath rather than on the surface.  


There are some great touches, such as Liam's sorrow when he learns that a planet he defended while in the army has fallen to the rebels.  A fellow soldier died there - starved - because their food consisted of corn and he was allergic to corn (this highlighted how desperate the human army is).  The grandmothers are awesome as always, and there is a chirpy young Rount trader who shows Liam that being regarded as a youngling brings a power of its own.


If there are any downsides, I would say that this book was maybe a little too smooth and easy, and the hard scifi aspects were on the light side.  However, quite the opposite will plainly pertain in the next book in this series.

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