Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Acolyte's Passion by Reed James (#lesbian #fantasy #futa)

There are very few erotic fantasy novels that manage to bridge the genre gap between action-packed swords-and-sorcery and sexually charged erotica. Nikki Crescent's Nerderotica, E.V. Stonebraker's The Chronicle of Cups & Wands, Lyka Bloom's Kal'an, and Kella Z. Driel's Kor the Savage are all great reads, but they are either too short or too episodic to truly satisfy my geek-girl cravings. Donald Allen Kirch's The "Nown" World Chronicles comes close, but it becomes less and less sexual as the story progresses, so I am not really sure you can call it erotic fantasy.

The Acolyte's Passion is, really, the first full-length novel to (in my humble opinion) truly deserve the erotic fantasy label. At its heart, this is a vintage quest novel, but with some Reed James twists. Our heroes are both women, a knight-errant and a young acolyte, on their way to slay a dragon. Simple enough, but there are secret plots behind their quest, and the monsters of this land are cursed with appetites both carnal and carnivorous.

Although Angela is, ostensibly, the heroine of the tale, it is her acolyte companion who so completely captured my heart. Sophia is just delightful, a spoiled lesbian who, after years of seducing the newest girls of her order, finds herself in love with the knight-errant. The sexual mythology of her order could make a book of its own, and Sophia's baptism of milk-filled breasts and squirting vaginas and absolutely breathtaking . . . almost as much so as her acts of sexual healing later in the story.

Of course, it should come as no surprise that the master of futanari erotica populates the book with not just one, but five hermaphroditic elemental races - Elves (life), Gnomes (earth), Sylphs (air), Nixies (water), and Dragons (fire). We meet the elves first, with the beautiful Xerathalasia (Xera) joining the quest, and for those who dread the fantasy tendency to delay the climax, we do get to confront Dominari, the fabled Dragon, in the final chapters.

Clearly, just as much work went into building the story as the mythology, with The Acolyte's Passion delivering a remarkably well-balanced story where all the elements are integrated into a delicious whole. Fantasy, erotica, adventure, action, politics, romance, drama, and faith are all interwoven into a story that depends on all of them evenly. This is not an epic fantasy with sex scenes tossed in, but an erotic epic fantasy where sex is integral to the plot, and sexuality integral to the world. It is seamless blend, and there is more than enough passion and imagination to keep it fresh and exciting.

With five novels planned in the series, I honestly do not know how Reed James can possibly top this . . . but I cannot wait to find out.
Reed James is a thirty year-old guy living in Tacoma, WA. "I love to write, I find it freeing to immerse myself in a world and tell its stories and then share them with others." He's been writing naughty stories since high school, furiously polishing his craft, and finally feels ready to share his fantasies with the world.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Legend of Asher Godfreed by Ellen Wilson (#futa #erotica #fantasy)

The Legend of Asher Godfreed is a naughty fantasy that mixes old-fashioned sword and sorcery with futanari erotica. Ellen Wilson tells a great story that has all the trappings of an epic fantasy, complete with elves, magic, and legendary heroes. It is deliciously familiar, pushing all my genre geek-girl buttons, and made me smile from the opening scene right through to the end.

Asher Godfreed is a wonderful character, a gender-swapped heroine whom the world has always assumed to be a man because of her unflattering (and realistic) plate armor. Janah is really only there to be rescued and seduced, powering Asher's sex-fuelled healing magic, but she is a fun character.

The sex is hot and fun, if a little too quick to the climax for my tastes, but I loved the aspect of hero-worship and the virginal infatuation. We only get to meet the rest of Asher's band in the final pages, but I would love to read more about them. Not to mention, Mavisa's villainous story is still to be resolved, and the tease of the witch Lulana opens even more possibilities.
Ellen likes to fantasize about sexy hermaphrodite women and enjoys writing about it. Now here we are.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Futanari Angels: Choices by Gabrielle Prevot (#futa #erotica)

Apparently, they handed me the wrong Bible back in my Sunday School days - which is a shame, because I might not have felt so alienated and out-of-place had it contained the truths of Futanari Angels: Choices.

Gabrielle Prevot weaves a mythology where there are "no male or female angels, only futanari," created to guard the souls of mankind. There are drawbacks to her truth, however, as pleasure is denied our futanari protectors, a fact that sets Celia and Ahjia at odds with their Ereim rulers . . . and sets them up for a demonic kidnapping.

It all starts as a very sweet story of first love and sexual discovery, with a pair of futanari angels who experience pleasure for the first time in each other's arms. It is messy, and kinky, and oh-so-very hot, but there is also an innocence to it that makes for a delightful read. It gets darker with the introduction of Dhelia and the other demons, especially with the hints as to Ahjia's role in things, but those answers are not to be found in this first volume.

Instead, the story shifts to Celia's erotic captivity, becoming incredibly sultry and thoughtful as, through her, are exposed to the second half of the mythology, that of the guardians, or the fallen. A fantastic first story that really has me anxious for more.

The tingle of a fingertip sliding along naked skin, the inviting shadow along the curve of a breast, warm breath along the skin just behind your ear, and the way words become images in our imagination...these are the things I love and love to write. For those who are unfamiliar with what I write - fair warning, my work is very explicit (naughty, dirty, wet, and filled with juicy scenes). The language, imagery, and stories that I write explore sexuality in graphic detail. They are a heady mix of character and erotic storyline. I make no apologies for their subject matter, I find it quite...stimulating and genuinely hope you do to.


Sunday, January 14, 2018

#TGCaption - Claire's Boutique (#transformation #dollification)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.

I wanted to do a little something different with this one and turn a curse into a blessing, a punishment into an opportunity.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

#TGCaption - Ken to Barbie (#transformation #dollification)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.

As soon as I saw this picture, I knew what the story would be.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Freebie Fetish Friday - Putting the TG in TGIF!

Well, if it's Friday, then it must be time to bend our way into the weekend with Freebie Fetish Friday.

Every Friday I search through the weekend's free titles on Amazon, looking for those that might be of interest to readers, fans, and lovers of bending gender and sexuality. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications, and covert it (if need be) with Calibre. I can tell you I do most of my reading on my tablet, using Kindle for PC, and it works beautifully.

Please do be sure to check the price before downloading anything, though, as most freebies are limited time offers, and some are specific to certain regions.



Thursday, January 11, 2018

The Naughty Space Adventures of the Futa Captain Collection by Reed James (#futa #erotica #scifi)

Librarian's Log, PES Penetrator: With a Hermaphrodite Captain and a Gynoclitist First Officer, it is a wonder this crew gets anything done, but this is still the best posting in the Pangalactic Unified Star System Empire - even if I seem to be the only crew member yet to enjoy their posts. Fortunately, my Nekomimi girlfriend can do wonders with her tail.

That, boys and girls, is my tongue-in-cheek way of introducing you to the glorious world of The Naughty Space Adventures of the Futa Captain. This is an erotic Star Trek homage that could only come from the pen of Reed James, and it is just way too much fun!

Futa's Naughty Diplomacy introduces us to Captain Breyna Ogisma and her crew, setting them on a sexually-fuelled mission to bring the Apeirians into the Pangalactic Unified Star System Empire. Captain Breyna is like a young Captain Kirk on Viagra, as cocky as she is confident, and even more of a womanizer. Her entire crew is delightful, with real personalities and deep relationships, and the hive-like culture of the Apeirians, with their never-satisfied Queen, is ripe with potential. This is an exceptionally well-done sci-fi tale, with just enough techno-babble to keep it feeling authentic, and more (way, way more!) than enough futa cream to make it satisfying.

Futa's Sultry Mission pick up on the cliff-hanger ending of the first story, taking Captain Breyna and her crew into the demilitarized zone to investigate a Zornaian distress call - one that her first officer figures is a trap. There is some real tension between the Captain and her First Officer that drives the story, but it makes the reveal of the Captain's true intention even more of an exciting surprise. The genetically engineered Zornaian sex slaves are ridiculously hot and even more ridiculously talented, enjoying the Captain's futa attentions with all the innocent glee you could hope for. There is a betrayal and a twist at the end of the story that really ratchets up the excitement, and another delicious cliff-hanger.

Futa's Hot Plan brings the first season of The Naughty Space Adventures of the Futa Captain to a gloriously messy climax, resolving the cliff-hanger of the last episode, while advancing some of the character arcs. It is just as sexy as the first two stories, with flower petals and erotic vines of Chief Engineer Marigold a definite highlight, but is (by far) the most action-packed. Daring rescues and even more daring escapes make for an exciting tale, and witnessing the true depths of Captain Breyna's cunning is almost as much fun as seeing First Officer Trizzie's ambitions thwarted.

Oversexed futanari crew members? Gangbanged hive queens? Genetically engineered porn star triplets? Girls with prehensile tails and tentacle-like vines? The Naughty Space Adventures of the Futa Captain has it all!

Reed James is a thirty year-old guy living in Tacoma, WA. "I love to write, I find it freeing to immerse myself in a world and tell its stories and then share them with others." He's been writing naughty stories since high school, furiously polishing his craft, and finally feels ready to share his fantasies with the world.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

New School: New Girl by Courtney Captisa & AutumnNatural (#feminization)

Although it needs a second editorial pass to fix some typos, missing words, and general inconsistencies (which I presume it will get before hitting Kindle), New School: New Girl is a cute new story from Courtney Captisa that comes with the added bonus of absolutely gorgeous illustrations from AutumnNatural.

Nathan is a young man whose parents are moving up in the world, and out into a new community. He is not thrilled about leaving friends behind, and his first day of private school does nothing to improve the situation. The only saving grace is a girl's backpack he finds in his locker, which he figures might have something in it he can either use or sell. It almost seems to have a mind of its own, however, showing up in the oddest places, repacking itself, and subliminally suggesting items he might need.

As odd as that is, however, the changes Nathan begins to undergo are even stranger, especially since nobody else is aware of them. That aspect is a lot of fun, with the contrast between what he feels and what the world sees making for a captivating tale. It gets even more interesting when he realizes the world is not always hearing what he is saying, and that his testosterone-fueled anger is coming across as estrogen-fueled stress. We, of course, figure it out long before he does, but there are so many little details that make the transformation come alive.

In addition to those gorgeous illustrations (really, they are worth the purchase price alone), Courtney has included two different endings, in a choose-your-own-adventure style. Personally, I loved the second, even if it does cast a sinister sort of shadow over the story, but both are entirely fitting.

Courtney Captisa has had a strong interest in transformation since childhood. In her early teens, she discovered several webpages such as Fictionmania. She enjoys writing clean stories.