The Human Equation

I recommend as awesome! Soldier is orgasmically tortured by aliens in an attempt to get him to reveal secret information. Which he doesn’t know. So it gets harder and harder and keeps coming and coming. Fortunately, he gets rescued. Not that he appreciates it at that point.

The Human Equation by D. Mark Alderton

Equation

Favorite Quote:
“It was supremely revolting and I may never get those disgusting images out of my head”

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Time Bangers

I recommend as awesome! You know you’re in for something completely different when (a) the title includes a pun and (b) the table of contents consists of the sex scenes. So without further ado, picture a hot experimentalist on the autism spectrum deciding its a good idea to go back to Tudor England to get laid. Really. Picture it. Fortunately her best friend has an ounce of common sense.

1530-something: Two h’roines geteth their kicks in space and timeth barely checking at the execition’rs axe when caught practicing “witchcraft” (a. k. a. mod’rn technology).

One Does Not Simply Walk into Tudor (TimeBangers Book 1) by Ivery Kirk and Luna Teague

Time Bangers

Favorite Quotes:
> BETH -$ -PARTNER -DILDO +STRESS
> TAWNY +$ +JOB -PARTNER +LONELY
>>> HOUSEMATES <<<
# And it gets better from there -BZ

“Yea, verily. This night our milkshake shall bring all the lads to the sward.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

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On a Rogue Planet

I recommend as awesome! Heroine mechanic saves (and is saved) by an emotionally stunted cyborg hero. His filters damaged by fighting, the hero can’t help feeling…soothed, protective, obsessed, desperate, dangerous, curious, distracted, jealous, out-of-control, confused, hungry, humored, terrified, enamored, and committed…all over one mechano-phile. She’s more comfortable with machines whether non-living or enhancements, and he’s attracted to her in coveralls. Trying to do their jobs, they manage to hold out for 124 of 202 pages. Awkwardly.

On a Rogue Planet by Anna Hackett

On a Rogue Planet

Favorite Quote:
“Malin, I have to warn you.” He lifted his head. His green-gold eyes were intense. “Since I met you, I’ve spent considerable time accessing records on lovemaking.”

“I have a list. It has a lot of things on it.”
 
 
 
 
 



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Sinful Breeding Lessons: Bred by Her Pastor

Awesome…for anyone experienced in hypocritical church leadership. So with that caveat, allow me to drag you into my warped sense of humor and what makes this story truly inspired! Anyone remember that AWKWARD moment when Robertson and Watts dragged their ISSUES with sex out within the context of religion relieving the faithful of pornographic addictions? Look (watch youtube clip below) at how Robertson is just loving this moment as Watts squirms uncomfortably and how the topic won’t be released until he’s satisfied and how delightful and detailed he goes into the sin of pornographic…addiction.

So as you watch that, read the following quotes from “Bred by Her Paster” and…(there’s the facial expression I was looking for! Hahahhahahhahahhahhahahha!)

Sinful Breeding Lessons: Bred by Her Pastor by Arthur T Mitchell

Bred by Her Pastor

She squeaked in surprise when the Pastor’s lips hit hers.

“That aching magnetism you feel between your thighs, crackling across each cell? That’s what the Lord provides to draw you into me, to bring your precious womb to my seed.”

“Yes, Pastor. I would love to take your lessons. What do I need to do?”

“Do you know, Susie, what these are really for?” His hands shot out, landing on her breasts.

“Lord, please bless me with your power to minister to her properly. None of this can happen without your all seeing will, filling breast and bone with vital strength, just as you desire…”

On the wall across from the wide bed, another huge cross glowed in the dim light, just like the one in his office.

“Tonight, your twenty years of chastity are going to end. I won’t be gentle and I won’t use condoms, sweet Susie. Tonight is your first lesson in breeding, our holiest duty. ”

The leather belt he held cracked in the air. He quickly made a loop and slid it over her wrists.

She watched in amazement as a thin trickle of clear liquid spilled out the little hole in the top [of his penis].

“My body’s oil,” he explained. “Let this christen you and fuel your fire. Prepare a place inside you for me, girl. Prepare to receive my seed from this scepter, just as God has planned.”

“This is God’s will.”

“Thank you, Pastor. I’ll take this – and every gift – with nothing but my deepest gratitude.”

Lord of Scoundrels

Totally AWESOME!!! Utterly debauched hero punishes the heroine who shot him (he earned it) by…marrying her, of course. A battle of wills begun over her brother cascades into art restoration (he wants the painting), dance cards (destroyed and deposited into a potted plant), lawyers (“exclusive ownership and breeding rights”), seduction (she’s the aggressor), bastard child (his, terrorizing the village…no surprise there), and ultimately, his heart (a month of blind obedience following a spat causes him to panic). Fortunately, the heroine refuses to allow him to make her miserable, and he decides his wife gets her own category under the subject of females.

Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Lord of Scoundrels

Favorite quote:
Dain gazed down in profound puzzlement. He saw a flimsy wisp of a female attempting, apparently, to do him injury with a bit of millinery.

Lord Dain’s fingers began to itch, and a snake of heat stirred and writhed in the pit of his belly.
The tickling bonnet became an irritation.

Undercover

I recommend as awesome! Seven years after a bitter breakup, the hero takes advantage of the first opportunity to get the object of his obsession under his command. The heroine, broken and rebuilt, jumps at the chance to go under his 2nd in command instead. Who happens to switch “command” with his superior. Yeah, she’s screwed. That part doesn’t bother her…losing her heart again…that’s not happening without a battle.

Undercover by Lauren Dane

Undercover

Favorite Quote:
He heard Ash speak to Sera. “You play with fire, beautiful. Do you know what you look like there? Makes me crazy.”

“I’m just doing my job.” She’d even managed to inject a bit of sarcasm into her thoughts, and it made Brandt laugh.
 
 
 
 
 
 



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Cyteen

I recommend as AWESOME!!! Heroine/Antagonist and her clone chemically & sexually rearrange the hindbrain processing of a genius’ clone (hero?)…without his permission…sort of twice. He’s as appreciative as anyone could imagine while being blamed for it all by everyone else. The heroine-clone has to have someone as smart as her pose no threat in order to save their world, and the original delivers him (thoroughly twitchy and completely obsessed.)

Cyteen by C.J. Cherryh

Cyteen

Favorite quote:
Sex is when you’re the most vulnerable you’ll ever be. Brains is when you’re least.