1/2/13 EMCSA Update now it Black and White!

WITHIN: Graded primarily on heat and narrative
WITHOUT: Graded primarily on narrative
Possible spoilers below …

WITHIN
Selection Process (mc mf) (new)  by Lisa Teez
–2/5 (so-so, maybe a good story to others but didn’t mesmerize me)–

I got the feeling that this was supposed to start with a far more nefarious feel. However, I know too much about fraternal organizations like the ones of Free Masonry to see any real mystery other than whose a member. They’re a legally private club, and are not legally obligated to disclose membership lists! Anyway, not much really seemed to happen through much of this, save for redundant interrogation. I could see the changes over time, I suppose, but again, it was done in a very redundant way. This just didn’t work for me at all.
(Readability: low / follow: no)

The Wedding Gift (Red Cape) (mc mf gr) (new)  by Red Cape
–2/5 (so-so, maybe a good story to others but didn’t mesmerize me)–

I gotta admit, late 40s heat-wise is kinda a turn off for me. Sure, women can still be attractive in their 40s, but they need a good mix of genetics and healthy living to still look thirty without the use of disgusting plastic surgery. She was a witch, which could suggest she looked younger (they would in my Passions Multiverse), but that wasn’t made too clear. Maybe its my generation, but there just isn’t anything fantastical about marriage for me save for those married for half a century. So, reading about a 25th wedding anniversary party being a BIG thing just doesn’t really mesh with me. I should also mention that the witchcraft aspect seemed kinda thrown in, while also making subsequent events after that revelation a little too obvious. Polished, yes, but there was nothing here for me.
(Readability: low / Follow: no)

WITHOUT
Dagger of the Mind (mc mm) (new)  by Lisa Teez
~~2/5 (so-so, maybe a good story to others but didn’t mesmerize me)~~

Long and MM (no pun intended), Ok, lets see what happens … Cooperate office setting just don’t work for me under most circumstances, and this is one of them. Needless to say, I was not pulled in from the start. With this being on the longer side, I started skimming pretty early. Even not counting the MM stuff, which seemed a tad simplistic ultimately (“He always had. He always would [love cock]”), this just didn’t work for me.
(ReReadability: Low / Follow: no)

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