When I saw there was an erotic audio book up for review I jumped at the chance. I thought it might be exciting laying there listening to some erotica and playing at the same time. Easier than trying to hold a book or tablet while playing, I'd have both hands free!
I've been sent the e-book version of Wife Breeding Team and Other Stories by Damien Dsoul free of charge, in exchange for an honest and frank review.
By Gypsy Librarian: This story was really good. It certainly leaves readers wanting more, making us curious how the new couple will fare. Though Nera is a full adult in the story (Nera's Need by Kaelan Rhywiol), she still feels like a young person, which gives the story a bit of “coming of age” angle.
By Random Red Rose: Reading always thrills me. I can become so immersed in a plot with all of it's twists and turns, its characters and scenarios, that I almost forget to do anything else. Housework is neglected as I sit there eagerly turning the pages (even in digital format). When Cara wanted a Pleasure Panel volunteer to review Mothmen by Kaelan Rhywiol I jumped at the chance.
By Candy Snatch: When Cara asked for a reviewer for the amazingly titled Jesus Christ: Porn Star by Mary Magdalene I literally jumped at the chance. I found the title alone so mischievous and enticing, I just had to read this story! I was lucky enough to be selected and couldn’t wait to read the book.
By K: I wanted to like Femme Fatale: The Agency by CA Bell. I really did. I like spy-type crime stories involving secret agents, mystery, fancy outfits and gadgets. I also like erotica. The Agency, the first in the series of Femme Fatale by CA Bell, should have been my jam. The blurb promised a tale of deception, split-second decisions, sexual tension and subterfuge.
By Shady Shania: I was sent Silver Desire edited by Zak Jane Keir in electronic format which downloaded on to Apple Books with no problems. It is made up of 10 short stories based on sexual adventures of ladies over a certain age.
By Poppycat22: Millie by Hannah LockhardtThe book is set in the past and the author's use of language reflects this really well without making it unreadable; in fact quite the opposite, this story is very readable.
By Kerrie Lacey: Always Leave Them Wanting More by Hannah Lockhardt follows the raunch and romance of Siobhan, a student who is trying to make her way in the world of comedy and Ritchie, a time served comedian and one of the owners of a comedy club where Siobhan performs.
By Candy Snatch: When I saw an article about erotic fiction with excerpts from The Sexy Librarian's Big Book of Erotica (available from Amazon) it left me wanting more so it quickly joined my wank bank library.
By Poppycat22: After reading a Jade Stratton short story for the Pleasure Panel, I was hooked and bought Stormy Night for my kindle.
By Random Red Rose: When the lovely Jade Stratton offered to send me a copy of her short story, Loving Teacher, to review for the Pleasure Panel, I was incredibly excited.
By Poppycat22: I was lucky enough to be sent a copy of Loving Teacher by Jade Stratton in exchange for a fair and honest review for the Pleasure Panel.
By Kittycat102: After I finished Kaelan Rhywiol's Serving the Drakon, which I extremely enjoyed, I had to read the next story that I was sent to review. Yahui's Suspension.
By Kittycat 102: Wow. That's one word to describe Serving The Drakon by Kaelan Rhywiol. I feel like this short story was practically made for me!
By Candy Snatch: I was sent Stormy Night by Jade Stratton by Cara as part of The Pleasure Panel to review. Being a huge fan of erotic fiction I was really excited to have a read of this story which would hopefully make brilliant holiday reading material for me.
By Eliza93Marie: Reading is one of my favourite pastimes, especially erotica, so I jumped at the chance. She sent me the PDF file of Sharing Daniel by Jade Stratton a bit later and I got busy.
By Candy Snatch: I was sent Anna's Choice by Kaelan Rhywiol to read and review for the Pleasure Panel. I'm a huge fan of erotic fiction and enjoy short story anthologies as much as a full blown novel so was excited to give this one a read.
By Lily Palmer: Erotica is one of the most difficult genres to write, in my opinion anyway. Erotic short stories are even trickier. Imagine having to write a background story, fully developed characters and a sex scene that is arousing to most of your readers.
By Eliza93Marie: I was sent an electronic copy of Confessions by LM Mountford by Cara Sutra free of charge in exchange for an honest and unbiased review for Cara Sutra's Pleasure Panel.