O wow, my first review of a erotica novel.
I have to admit that this genre isn’t completely unfamiliar to me. I have read my share of erotica stories on the net and of course I have read the softcore scenes that can be found at most novels out there.
The closest that I had come to this genre are the stories of Anita Blake by Laurell K. Hamilton and the Georgina Kincaid Series by Richelle Mead (surprisingly a series of books with a succubus as their main character can have less sex in them than the ones featuring a vampire hunter).
That said, I found it exciting to read a novel written just for the porn of it.
Let’s take a closer look.
The era isn’t defined but I like to believe that it’s a dystopian future like Ergo Proxy
You don’t know Ergo Proxy? Shame on you young man!
An angel, a demon and a sorceress and about a dozen dicks that are attached to some unimportant persons.
The one thing that we really care about:
The scenes are really well-written and imaginative able to satiate almost any taste you might have and fire up your imagination.
Here is the 30.000.000$ question: Did I fap to it?
The answer: I am not admitting anything like that at the Internet, just that I need to get a girlfriend make her read it and convince her to try a thing or two.
I'm just gonna leave this link here...you know...just in case.