Emily Tilton-A Shameful Experiment

I love Emily Tilton. She writes such lovely, lovely words. They are lovely and dirty and just fun to read. Part of what makes them so dirty is the way that Emily uses language. Literally, there is no one I’ve read that uses language the way that she does when she’s talking about shame, humiliation, and objectification. She truly has no equal. So, let’s talk about A Shameful Experiment and the way that Emily uses language.

So, in this book, we’re in Emily’s Selecta universe. Selecta is a huge corporation with its fingers in all the pies of the world. They own politicians, police (literally), and basically the world, through various shell companies. The people in charge at Selecta are very into traditional gender roles, spanking, submissive sex, and all that fun stuff. You’d be amazed at how much they manipulate the world to make it ideal for their various enterprises, which generally involve training young women to be concubines and selling off their services for a period of time.

With this one, Selecta, along with 2 other big businesses, and some governmental stuff, have sponsored a space mission to Saturn. They are sending off a number of ridiculously hot people who aren’t allowed to have sex for two years into space. When they are there, they are going to do an experiment with some seriously delicate sciencey stuff. However, that’s not exactly what happens.

Tillie is a rebel, she’s worked hard her entire life to stay out from under the eyes of the government and corporations, but when she sees the authorities coming her way, she ducks under a fence and ends up in the spaceship, hiding in a box full of delicate sciencey stuff, which she ends up breaking.

When they find out that they have a stowaway, the astronauts are rightly pissed because everything got broken, and then Mission Control tells them that she’s going to have a job. Tillie is their new Sexual Relief Device. In other words, she’s their fucktoy for the next 2 years. Pretty much anything any of the men or women on the crew wants to do to her, sexually, is all good.

OK, so here’s where Emily’s genius with language comes in. She uses clinical language to describe having sex in a way that would be wrong when it came from anyone else, but is incredibly erotic coming from her. If I read a sentence with an older guy telling a 19 year old virgin that he was going to strap her bottom and then put his penis in her anus because that’s how naughty girls get fucked in any book other than one of Emily’s I would possibly cringe a little bit. But, the way that Emily does it and the way that she establishes her world from the very beginning, makes the language fit in.

In this book, when what’s going to happen to Tillie is being discussed, with her sitting right there but without her input, instead of talking about her vulva, her bottom, her mouth, it’s all about the vulva, the bottom, the mouth. I loved that, because it really emphasized what was happening to Tillie and what her new role was.

I know that I’m not doing Emily’s book or her talent justice at all. I don’t know that it’s anything that I can actually explain well. But, I tried. And I know that every time I read one of her books, I’m going to be in awe as to how talented Emily is and how the way that she uses language and the concepts of shame, humiliation, degradation, and objectification so well. And I will always agree with Rayanna Jamison, who says that Emily is the Queen of Filth.

Emily has a large catalog, much of it in KU, so it’s easy to get ahold of her books. If you like her and join her newsletter, you can also request 2 of her backlog books, as long as they are over 6 months old. She writes all kinds of books, from historical to age play, so you should have no problems finding the one that you really want to read.

OK, that’s all for me for today. Really, go check out Emily’s books. You won’t be sorry! Happy reading!

Here’s some pretty stars to look at, since today’s book takes place in space.

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Raisa Greywood-The Leopard Prince

Before I get to the review, if you want a Christmas card from me, you need to hit up the FB page and sign up. The signup closes tomorrow, so get to that. Now, on to the business of the day.

Today, we’re talking about the next book in Raisa’s Shifter’s Mate series, The Leopard Prince. It came out last week and if you haven’t gone to read the series, why haven’t you? It’s a great series and very well-written, but more than that, it’s the women in this series are the real powerhouses. It’s not like the guys are weak or anything, but it’s just that the women are so strong and determined that they are the real story drivers, if that makes sense. It makes sense in my head, at least. Sometimes it’s hard to translate what I’m thinking in my head into what comes out of my fingers, and since I’m the blogger trying to review, that’s not always great.

So, this one picks up where Mage ended. Dakar and Daiyu have offed his brother, who has been abducting the shifters, and if you remember, Renata tried to eat him. Daiyu would’ve been more than happy to finish the job, but…

Now that he’s out of the way, it’s time to get all the people off the Earth. So, after they have taken off from Tibet and gotten Di’s family and all the monks up to space, they talk to Renata, and find out that there’s a problem. There is a fleet on the way toward Earth and they aren’t going to be helpful to them. And the Ximerans can’t send someone out to get to them before this hostile fleet engages them. There is one warlord coming their way, but that’s because he’s chasing his runaway mate, Soledad, and she happens to be headed their way. Not only is she headed their way, she’s also picking off the fleet as she comes. Soledad has taken out some and captured others, but either way, she’s making it easier for Dakar and Daiyu.

This is where Daiyu shines. She’s not only a warrior, she’s been trained as a general. She’s a strategist. She’s also pretty charismatic, which can be helpful. And the fact that she is not just a snow leopard but she is THE snow leopard, the most powerful one, doesn’t hurt. That’s because she and Dakar decide that it’s better to take the enemies on on the ground, so they land where the largest concentration of people is, and many of them are shifters, and she manages to unite humans and shifters to get them to fight. She’s very good. I’d follow her.

So, again, I love Daiyu. She’s absolutely fantastic. She’s ruthless and practical. She will fuck you up so hard that you will wish that your great-great-great-grandparents never met. Renata, who I still think is the bomb, will go after you on a real personal level, but Daiyu will go after you, your family, your friends, that one person you had a crush on in the first grade, their families, and everyone ever associated with you. Do not fuck with her. There are a lot of people who learn this fact in this book, and she’s glorious about it. So many great things happened in this book. I cannot wait until the next book. Hopefully, Raisa won’t make us wait too long!

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All those Ximeran women. That was surprising. There are going to be a lot of women there who are going to be super surprised about how things have changed, especially for anyone who thinks she’s going to get someone who is already mated to a shifter. I can’t wait to see what happens with that.

And Soledad’s ship blew up? Oh no!

OK, that’s all for today. Really, you need to go read this series. Happy reading!

Rebel West & Renee Rose-Mastered by the Zandians

I love those big, purple, horny guys. I mean horned guys. Or do I? I suspect even I don’t know what I mean, which isn’t the first, last, or only time that has ever happened. Anyway, I’m a huge fan, and have been from the very first one of these books I read. I love that Renee brought Rebel West in to help take the series in a new direction after the Zandians won back Zandia. I mean, more huge, purple, horny aliens? Who can go wrong with that? So, with that, on to Mastered by the Zandians, the latest book in the series.

If you remember, now that the Zandians have freed their planet, they are working on repopulating it. But, as there are only 3 Zandian females of breeding age, that can be really slow going. Luckily, human women are infinitely compatible with the Zandians. So, they are welcoming human women who want to seek asylum on Zandia, and going out and rescuing more, when they can. After all, Zandia is the only place that humans are actually free and safe. Most of the Zandian males are mating in groups of 2 or more, because that’s how the king told them to do it.

Captain Archer has petitioned the king so that he can go and get a mate. With his friends Lanz and Domm, he’s gone to a slave auction and purchased a human woman and her daughter to be his new family. Once they get to Zandia, the females will be free, and they will be a family unit, and everyone will be super-duper happy. However, there’s one small hitch in the program. Her name is Mirelle.

Mirelle was born free. Her mother and father managed to escape slavery and ran away to Jessel, a lawless planet where there is a small human population. Her father raised her to be a freedom fighter. She’s a fierce fighter, a pretty good mechanic, and does a lot of inventing and innovating. She’s very, very smart. She also knows that the Zandians are still keeping human slaves. Or at least, she thinks that’s what’s happening. So, when Archer buys that human woman, Mirelle decides to go and rescue her. She barely gets the woman and her daughter on to her ship when she has to fight a huge Zandian male. She not only fights him, but she knocks him the fuck down, and gets away. She and the other females get on her ramshackle DIY spaceship and start to head to Jessel. However, along the way, the ship, which doesn’t have any weapons, can’t cloak, and can barely go fast at all, starts to have problems. Good thing that the Zandians followed them to get the women back, especially when pirates show up and try to capture the women. Mirelle comes in very handy then.

I think Mirelle is a different heroine than all the others we’ve seen so far. She’s a much fiercer warrior. Not to say that any of the other women weren’t fighters, because they were, but Mirelle is a warrior, which is completely different, if you ask me. It’s part of her basic makeup. When she gets put into a place where she can’t be the warrior woman that she is, she starts to have problems. I think that Lanz and Domm are good guys. They are very honorable, like all Zandians, and they are very attached to Mirelle, very quickly, but I think they didn’t necessarily think about the best way to go about handling her. They just did what all other Zandian males had done, with some success. But, those women were different to Mirelle. For one thing, they had been slaves their entire lives, which changes the way that a person thinks and acts altogether. The guys would occasionally talk about whether they were doing things the right way or not, but they had to go by what they were told to do. I do like all three main characters though, even if the guys were dense sometimes.

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I think that Mirelle should’ve been upfront with the boys about why she wanted to go to Jessel. I mean, yeah, she mentioned that her father was there, but I don’t think they really understood how much that meant to her. I also think that she had a point about trust. She was expected to trust Lanz and Domm with everything, but they didn’t trust her. I mean, yeah, they did give her some freedom, and she was allowed to train the other women and some Zandian warriors, but she isn’t really trusted by anyone.

I loved what her dad told her about her mom. Too bad Mirelle didn’t get to know her mother more.

OK, that’s all I have to say today. Go check out the entire series. It’s pretty damn awesome. Happy reading!

Aria Adams-Invaded

This really has been a big month for Aria/Katie. This is her 3rd release in a month. She’s a busy, busy, busy lady. Since this is an Aria, you know that it’s going to be dark, and boy howdy, Invaded sure did have some dark sections.

This one takes place on another planet. Earth colonized this planet, then started sending over the dregs of society. They all live in a huge complex called the Stack. The Stack is a dystopian, fascist state, the higher up you go, the richer you are and the more powerful you are. Anything below level 40 and you are exposed to radiation and basically left to rot. If you do something wrong, you face some not-very-nice consequences. That includes being given to Grande Pharma. Grande Pharma isn’t very nice. They conduct nasty experiments on people and create horrible illnesses that they unleash on the people on the lower levels. And Aspen has just been given to Grande.

After twice failing in another project, Grande has the perfect plan for Aspen. They knock her out and when she wakes up, she’s in a bloody room with an alien. An alien with a really large cock and one who is really fucking pissed. He informs her that she is his newest fucktoy and he is her Master.

Keth is one of the natives of the planet. Humans have pretty much taken away everything from Keth, including his freedom. They’ve now stuck him in a room where they try to run all kinds of psychological experiments on him. They send in women to try to spy on him, and he fucks them and kills them. Now they’ve sent in Aspen. After all, she is just expendable trash from the lower levels.

Aspen is also very stubborn, with a rebellious streak. She’s not going to bow down to Keth, no matter what. But then she realizes that he can get into her mind and control her body, so she’s going to do what he wants her to, no matter what.

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I’m sitting here trying to figure out what to put down here, but I’m not sure what to put here. I found the book ridiculously hot, except for when Keth made Aspen lick the blood up off the floor, but the rest? Yes, please.

That’s all I have to say today. Go check it out! It’s a quick and easy read. Happy reading!

Loki Renard-Brute

Oh, my chickadees. Nine-foot tall alien? Check. Cock as big around as your wrist? Check. Rebellious heroine who has no plans of submitting any time soon? Double check. Definitely sounds like Loki Renard has written a new book. And Brute is filllllthy. Soooooo filthy. Like take 3 showers and still feel hot and bothered filthy.

So here’s our story. It’s far in the future and Earth is nearly depopulated. Things are crumbling, the infrastructure doesn’t really exist much anymore, and humans are leaving the world as they can, because there just isn’t much left on Earth. However, Pyxel isn’t planning on leaving anytime soon. She’s got a horde of stuff that she is saving, as part of Earth’s history. But, there is one chip that she’s currently selling. She needs the money to make sure that she can maintain her stuff.

Crash and Farti are traders. They’ve spent months and months on the way to Earth so that they can get this truly valuable chip that Pyxel is selling. When Crash, who is ginormous and keeps Farti safe, goes out to meet the seller, he sees that Pyxel’s leg is hurt and he wants to take her back to his ship to fix it. That’s when he realizes several things, including the fact that Pyxel really likes it when he punishes her.

This is a pretty quick read, with some really hot scenes in it. The first big scene between Crash and Pyxel was pretty much off the charts let’s turn this shit up to 11. Pyxel is a very stubborn character. She isn’t going to give into anyone. It has to be forced, each and every time, even when she loves whatever is about to happen. She also has a strong sense of duty and feels like she has to maintain all these treasures that her family has gathered over the years to keep the history of Earth safe. I mostly like her, but there are times when she is a real brat and she really needs her ass whipped. Good thing that Crash is there to take care of her. I like Crash. Mostly. There are a couple of times where I was a little unsure, but generally, I like him. We don’t see a lot about Farti, other than Pyxel thinking that he’s Crash’s pet.

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The queens. Euuuuwwww. Smart Pyxel dealing with it the way that she did. Strong Pyxel. Because, seriously. Euuuuwwww.

And the chip? Yeah, totally not what I was expecting.

OK, that’s all I have to say today. You know I’m going to go tell you to check out Loki’s work. Happy reading!

Sara Fields-Ravaged

Sara Fields has brought back her Vakarrans in Ravaged, and what I definitely think is the hottest book in the series thus far. I mean, I had to turn on my air conditioner just to keep my Kindle from overheating, and it’s October in Maine, so it’s not like it’s 90° outside or anything. But damn, this one is so fucking hot, on top of the great continuing storyline that Sara has created. I love the whole alien invasion/abduction/capture, post-apocalyptic, dystopian kind of thing that Sara has going on.

OK, this is the 3rd of the main books, and we’re on our 3rd Stryke sister, and the Strykes aren’t any more liked by those in charge than they were in the other books. In fact, Captain Nix (boo hiss) may like Danika even less than he likes Alaina or Kira.

Of the 4 Stryke sisters who started out the series leading their ragtag band of humanity, Kira, Alaina, Danika, and Kaela, only Danika and Kaela are still free. Danika has passed the leadership of their group to Kaela because she is the more steady of the two. Danika has an itchy foot and is more than a little impulsive. One day, she’s out enjoying the world when Kaze, one of the men in her group, walks up. They have an intense connection. They love each other, but they haven’t done a whole lot, as of yet. They wander along the river, with Danika running out ahead, because that’s what Danika does. Right until she runs into some scummy, scuzzy, nasty ass looking human men. They grab her and have lots of not very nice plans for her, and then out Kaze comes out, running after her. I bet you can guess what happens at this point. After they kill Kaze, the 3 scuzzballs drag Danika into the woods and keep her there. For a very long time.

Then we have Roan, Zac, Xandaar, and Taraik. They are the 3rd Battalion. One day, while they are out on patrol, they run across the three trolls and see that they have a woman shackled to a tree. They decide to do their whole camouflage-y kind of thing so that they can rescue her, because they know that she is supposed to be theirs, and by law, if they bring in a rogue, they get to claim her for their own. So that’s exactly what they do.

OK, I’m pretty sure that Danika is a total pain slut. Yeah, the women in stories like this generally discover that they like getting spanked and such, but Danika is different, in my opinion. She doesn’t take any time to warm up to it. And the more they punish her, the more excited she gets and the more she likes it. She likes it when it hurts, so I’m pretty sure pain slut works for her. I think that this one is a little darker than the other two books were. Not necessarily by a lot, I just get that kind of feel to it. OTOH, Danika has a lot fewer problems with the Vakarrans than do her sisters. I can’t wait to get Kaela’s story, it’s going to be interesting, for sure.

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I am looking forward to all 4 Stryke sisters being together again. I think that the Vakarrans who might oppose them are going to have absolutely no chance against them. And Nix? WTF? Ugh.

I do like that Danika gets to be all camouflage-y too. Lucky her! That’s kind of neat. And that her guys trusted her to do some stuff on the mission showed how much they valued her and understood her.

OK, that’s all I have to say about this one. I am so grooving on this series. Happy reading!

Cari Silverwood-Blade

So, Cari Silverwood is obviously obsessed with huge cocks, especially if they include tentacles or can do tricks. My evidence is the Dark Monster Fantasy series. Because trust me. HUGE dicks, multiple-dicked males, and tentacles. Yes, please. I’m more than happy to be obsessed with Cari’s cocks too. And in Blade, we get a butt load of cocks to be obsessed with.

Do you know how weird the word cock is when you write it out several times in one paragraph?

Anyway, today we get the story of Ledderik, the formerly dickless cyborg who was Lord Zarblu’s right hand man. His leading lady is Thorn, who isn’t quiet a s’kar, but who does have a tail. Zarblu also left him Smorg, a smart ass talking sword, and Tiana. Tiana was a gift to Led for him to torture. Instead, he takes her to the nixnix, where she has her own adventure. Check out the end of the book for a little Tiana story.

Led is tired. He’s decided that he’s going to go live a virtual life until his credit runs out and then he will just die a perma-death. As he’s sitting at a bar, Thorn walks past, and every man in the bar, including him, stands to attention for her. She seems to exude some something. He decides to follow her. Not because he wants to fuck her, really that’s not it. He just likes to kill people and following her will mean that he will get to kill lots of people.

Thorn is basically on a snipe hunt as part of a ritual. What she doesn’t quite realize is that she’s coming into her first sexual cycle, so when she sees all those men following her, she thinks that they want the teddy bear that she’s carrying, it must be worth something. Ummmm… nope.

Led goes chasing her, saves her, and detaches his cock to fuck her silly. Then he has to go give up his body, but he begs for a loaner body, while Thorn goes to finish her run. At the ceremony, Led shows up in a new body and Thorn finds out that she’s a biohazard and if she doesn’t leave the planet, she’ll be arrested.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, and all those in between, this is fucking filthy in only the way that Cari Silverwood can make something filthy. The sexventures in this one are wide and varied and OMFG hot. Cari is just so wrong in all the right ways. I mean, holy fuck yes. I think I might have passed out a couple of times, just in sympathy with Thorn. The thing about these books is that you are not just getting filth, you’re getting funny filth. Smorg is obnoxious, but funny af. I need more Smorg and Jocelyn.

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Ummmm… I need a mollok. I really, really, really, really need a mollok. Just for one night. That’s all I ask. That’s not too much to ask for, is it? Of course, I might be ruined for life if I get one, but damn, what a way to go.

I love how Led jumps bodies and one of his considerations is what kind of cock the new body has. That way he can keep Thorn happy. I love that she’s his purpose.

OK, that’s all I have to say. Go read all of the books. While there are 3 in the series, they aren’t serials, so you can just skip around, if you want. Happy reading!