Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Threesome review: Harder by Audrey Grace

Tentacles. No one does them quite like Audrey Grace. I appreciate that about her.

Books in this bundle
1. Eat It - Kindle
2. Natural - Kindle
3. Push It - Kindle
Harder (3-pack bundle) - Kindle

Kelly's warning: Expect hot tentacle-on-man sex. These dudes are spit roasted and treated to all the tentacle lovin' they can handle in one go. No joke.
Eat It
Synopsis (Goodreads):
Captain Marcus Ransom is awakened from an 8-month long hypersleep. But he's not home. Instead, he's en-route to a small planetoid on company orders. There's a distress signal, alien in nature, broadcasting from the rock. Marcus feels funny about it; something isn't right. On the rock, he finds an alien airlock deep inside a cave, and beyond it is an insatiably lustful alien tentacle organism...

This hot 7,400 word short depicts graphic and extreme gay alien tentacle sex. Marcus is at the alien's mercy, but what exactly does the creature want from him?
My Thoughts: My love for sexy sci-fi appears to extend to gay tentacle lovin' in space. WHO KNEW? Who am I kidding -- everybody probably knew, amirite? Seriously, though, I think this might open up a whole slew of possibilities I can delve into and explore.

This one is so much fun! Marcus gets to explore strange, new worlds and have a few experiences that weren't mentioned in the brochure. A horny group of tentacles gets to make time with our hero and expand its... umm, alien relations. In more ways than one.

I've been continually impressed with the amount of story that Audrey Grace squeezes into these stories, btw. We get a little backstory on Marcus, a fair glimpse of an alien landscape, and the intriguing idea of an alien ship deep in the bowels of this planet -- my imagination is running rampant over how it got there, I must admit.

Highly enjoyable! Onto the next!


Natural
Synopsis (Goodreads):
Shane, a Private, is part of a mission to retake Earth from alien conquerors. They land on the planet, but there are no aliens in sight; something doesn't feel right. When a shimmer in the air splits open, and spills out giant tentacles from another dimension, Shane tries to make a run for it. But he's caught, wrapped up, and is at the mercy of a trio of lustful tentacles. Things take a turn for the worse when a forth tentacle emerges from the gateway, and begins to probe him...

This scorching 6000 word short contains extreme and explicit descriptions of gay alien tentacle sex. Will Shane succumb to the alien tentacles, both in mind and body, and let them take him into their dimension?
My Thoughts: Ooh! I liked this one. Going beyond the tentacles (which I obviously enjoyed), the narrative was interspersed with tidbits and outtakes that built a picture of what happened after the events in this story. It gave a nice sense of continuity that made the overall world feel big and vast and a whole bunch of other words that mean large things. Heck, even the tentacles had a nice sense of girthiness about them. *pauses* Okay. Moving on.

I tend to like that while these stories have a strong focus on sexy times with the tentacles, they also manage to build the characters and give us a sense of why they're in the situation they're in. It adds depth where you often don't find any. Oh, yeah, and the sex is smokin'. Or sliming. However you want to look at it.

I'm seriously digging my foray into gay tentacle erotica! YAY!


Push It
Synopsis (Goodreads):
Captain Horatio Hammond and his crew are ice pushers. They shoot asteroids with high ice content into Earth's orbit to be mined for fresh water. When assigned to push a giant cosmic iceberg, one that will guarantee them billions of dollars, Horatio is wary. He's not popular with the company, and wonders why they gave the assignment to him.

His suspicions are confirmed when a giant three-tentacled alien life form erupts from the iceberg, and with a uniquely sexual appetite...
My Thoughts: I'm not joking when I say this is probably one of the sexiest "tentacles in space are going to show you a good time" sci-fi books I've ever read. Guys, these tentacles are all up in the Captain's business and that's the way he likes it. I've always said, "when all hope is lost, go have hawt sex with a tentacle." Okay, I've never actually said that until now, but I'd totally adopt it as my motto if I was about to expire on the field of battle and there were tentacles around.

Bottom line: I'm a sucker for sexy sci-fi. It doesn't matter if it's gay, straight, alien, or otherwise -- if it's sexy with a touch of sci-fi, I'm in! And, guys, Audrey Grace write goooooood tentacles. #JustSayin'

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