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- Print Length: 225 pages
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- Publisher: Calderwood Erotica (15 Aug. 2015)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B012YC2RPM
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- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #154,836 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Enthralled: A Futanari Vampire Erotic Romance (Futanari Vampires Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The main character Ashlyn was heroic and beautiful and most dedefinitely pleased musette.
Ashlyn, was passionate about her master she became her musette who also became her master ( ahhhh, but with a pleasure stick like she had who wouldn't want to make her happy hehe)anyway, it was raunchy, sexy and it tickled places that have been quiet for a long time, I'd like to personally thank-you lol this book is not for the faint hearted but please please read this book! It's fu%&ing amazing, well done hun, I can't wait to read more of your books, it had me from page 1 and I'm certainly going to bed one very happy lady xoxoxox
The story is filled with humour and extremely graphic feeding and sex scenes. Bryce Calderwood has an unique writing style which pulls you into the story deeper and you cannot help but fall for the characters too. This book is a must read and the original storyline will have you looking at vampires in a whole new light. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.
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We begin the book with Ashlyn, who hears a bunch of anguished screaming, and a bloody red mess falling from the top of a very large building. This is how she meets Musette, who is a futanari vampire. I have to say now, futa girls are not my kink. However, vampires are very much in my kink sphere so I wanted to read on anyway. I don't try to take off points or give harsher reviews to stuff that's not to my taste, because writing is writing. I try to look at the characters, the plot, the writing, and so on.
Anyway, Ash brings Musette back to her apartment and then lures a futa hater back to the place for Musette's dinner. Musette and Ash have bloody sex, and it only gets more trippy from there. I say trippy because at times it felt like I was reading someone's weird blood-hazed, sex-crazed drug trip. This is a high compliment because I was sucked into the story. It was sick and twisted and I loved every second of it. This is horrorotica at its finest.
There's a few points which I didn't enjoy to the fullest, such as they fall in LURV too quickly, but honestly, I think it's a blood-high and infatuation. I would love to see it play out that way in later books, and I would love to see Ash realize she threw away her mortal life for something that seemed awesome and cool, but then, whoopsie, eternity with your ex you hate? But I'm just a negative Nancy like that. I also happen to believe villains don't get happy endings. (Forget the fact that I write about villains myself. Goes to show what I think should happen to them, which doesn't bode well for my characters, but I digress.) Besides, both Musette and Ashlyn are young, which lends weight to my limerence or infatuation theory.
Second, the trope of all vampires are rich and blah blah blah. Yeah, that's there. It's at least explained reasonably well, but it's still there. And.. who wants to read about poor vampires?
And lastly, I wanted more world-building stuff. There were some really good glimpses of this world, but I'm not sure Bryce thought through all the consequences thereof. For example, there's an institute which futa girls with some high tech bio-grafting technique which costs a boatload of money. Yeah, that biotech wouldn't stop there. People would be modifying all the time, in all sorts of weird configurations. And since it costs money, rich folks would be on top of that, controlling it, or manipulating it somehow. Maybe they're all secret pervs. Maybe making designer bodies is the new thing.
What about furries? Would there be furries in this world? Would there actual futa catgirls running around? (The stuff of my nightmares, oh, Pocket D, how I miss you so) What about like centaurs? Or minotaurs? Mermaids? Is this where octogirls come from (from another of his books)? I wanna know! Or if the technique can't be used with animal DNA, what about three breasted women a la Total Recall? Multiple arms like Goro? What about the ones that didn't work out so well? Could they be reverted back? Are there gangs of horrible mutants out there bent on murderizing people? (Ok, maybe I'm missing Wes Craven too much, that's more The Hills Have Eyes)
I wanted to see more. And I keep talking about it, which means I really loved this book. Yeah, it's not my kink, but anything that makes me think about it after I've read it, and to such a degree? It's made an impact, and a good one.
All in all, this book hits all the kinks in it hard. It's not sugar coated. It's horror and it's erotic. It's brutal and nasty, but it has its sweet moments too. Heck, I even bookmarked a page in it (and I never do this) because I loved a quote so much:
"All moments pass, my love. That's what gives them their sweetness."
I give this book nine bloody fists out of ten.
That said, ladies and gentlemen, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet! What Bryce Calderwood has done is drop the aspects of vampirism into a bag, fed in the futanarian mythos, shook them up and poured out this bastard race from hell – futanari vampires.
Since the action begins pretty much on page one I can’t get into any specifics without ruining it for the reader. I don’t want that. I want you to read this book with fresh, clean eyes… because by the time you are done you will feel unclean, despoiled, a little jaded, horny, and – if you’re like me – badgering the author for the sequel.
Seriously. I love all forms of horror. Somehow Bryce manages to make the main characters – Ashlyn, the thrall, and her master, Musette – both lovable and scary at the same time. One moment you want to hug Ashlyn, the next you want to run as fast as you can. Won’t save you.
Buy. Read. You’ll see what I mean. This is most definitely a 5-star performance by Bryce Calderwood.