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review 2016-12-15 14:20
Kindle Review
The Fall Of A Slayer - Scott Farrell

*Book source ~ Kindle Lending Library

 

Kayla Robbins is living in Tucson, Arizona in 1973 when she joins the ranks of Slayerhood. Not having any idea about monsters, it took her awhile to get clued in about her new reality, but once she accepted it she made excellent progress in her training. Until the day she goes up against one of the worst vampires to ever walk the Earth, John Chilling and is hurt so badly that her Watcher believes she’ll never slay again. But Kayla has other plans. After all, what’s the good of having slayer powers if not to heal herself?

 

Ever since I watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 2015, I’ve loved most things in the Buffyverse. I especially love finding stories about previous slayers. This is a great addition to the world of Slayers though it gets a bit confusing with the dreaming and the flashbacks. There’s no clear sense of time and that’s frustrating. Otherwise though, if you love the Buffyverse, then I recommend adding this tale to your repertoire.

 

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2016/12/kindle-review-fall-of-slayer.html
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review 2016-08-31 16:08
Kindle Review
Underneath the Gargoyle - Christina Harding

*Book source ~ Kindle Lending Library

 

Trisha is a naughty Catholic girl who sings in the choir, but has lecherous thoughts about the priest all while banging his son. She has no idea the gargoyles see everything she’s doing.

 

Now this is some yummy monster porn! I have a soft spot for gargoyles and there are three in this story. Good thing Trisha loves sex because she gets stoned in a gargoyle gangbang. Stoned, get it? Eh heh Anyway, there’s human sex then there’s monster sex and it ends with a bit of a cliffhanger. My one disappointment is how the gargoyles can change the material they’re made of. Stupid, in my opinion. They are stone. Leave them that way. Not sure if there will be a sequel or not, but I’d be up to reading it.

 

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2016/08/kindle-review-underneath-gargoyle.html
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review 2016-08-23 16:00
Kindle Review
Big Bad Bear (Soldier Bears Book 1) - Terry Bolryder

*Book source ~ Kindle Lending Library

 

Zeus is a big burly bear shifter and a seriously badass special forces dude. When his bear recognizes waitress Carly as his mate, for once in his life he’s lost as to how to proceed winning her hand and her heart. Luckily, in Bearstone Village there’s a threat in the form of a jackass motorcycle gang and when Carly witnesses some of their shenanigans it gives Zeus the opening he needs to protect Carly from them. Ok, maybe that’s not as fortunate as it sounds, but really it is. You’ll see.

 

Warning: This story is unbelievably repetitive. The same descriptions and same sentences over and over again. Seriously. I got it. They have the hots for each other. It’s insta-lust. The love I don’t believe, but whatever. Flesh out more to the story instead of saying the same thing on practically every page.

 

I’m not a fan of Carly, but I do love Zeus. The sex scenes are decent, but there is little depth to the characters. I’m disappointed since I loved Double Dragons. I may or may not try out the next book in this series.

 

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2016/08/kindle-review-big-bad-bear.html
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text 2016-06-20 16:51
Reading progress update: I've read 18 out of 100 percent.
The Prison Secretary: A Story of Teasing/Denial & CFNM - John Louis Feirer

The writing is horrible. I'm only staying to see if the sex scenes are hot.

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review 2016-06-10 13:02
Kindle Review
Incontinence Man - Nicholas Forristal,K.S. Brooks,K.S. Brooks

*Book source ~ Kindle Lending Library

 

Luke Payne is a crime fighter in Gothingham, but lately the only thing he seems to be fighting is his loose bowels. His trusted servant Alfreda, finally insists he see a doctor. But the results aren’t what he hoped.

 

I’m sure this is a standard response to this graphic novel, but seriously…wtf did I just read?! LOL This Batman parody is mildly entertaining and the use of pictures instead of artwork is something different (dare I say unique?), but I can’t say I was mightily impressed with it.

 

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2016/06/kindle-review.html
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