WITHIN: Graded primarily on heat and narrative
WITHOUT: Graded primarily on narrative
Possible spoilers below …
Dolls (mc ff gr in fu) (1 new chapter) by Leigh Malheur
–4/5 (pretty good, not perfect but enjoyable)–
I must admit the writing of this chapter makes it very odd and different, but not necessarily in a bad way. Any dislike of that oddness was overrode by the great narcissism! And I happen to like sister/sister incest. Not really into the “ownership” element, though, while what appeared to be name changes made things a little hard to follow at first. Still, great heat, and the blatant transformations were very interesting! While not at all what I expected, this was enjoyable.
(ChapReadability: moderate / chap: 2)
Trick or Treat! Smell My Feet! (mc mf ft) (new) by Enslaving Eyes
–2.5/5 (not great, had some redeeming qualities)–
Oh look, a disclaimer, how quaint … Anyway, how could I resist a story involving foot rubs? I found that the hypnosis was a bit too drawn out. I’d swear he was long gone halfway through! And the whole mistress/slave thing was a bit cliche. Most of the hypnosis here felt like fluff considering that he probably would have fucked her in all ways without all that hypnotic conditioning. He obviously had an interest in her feet, so all they really needed was a glass of wine! Anyway, the whole unnecessary “footslave” thing dulled a lot of my enjoyment, while it felt like it degraded into unbelievable fantasy. However, I was able to find some enjoyment in the foot stuff itself.
(Readability: Low / Follow: no)
Sight Unseen (mc mf md) (new) by Jessie Hackborn
~~2/5 (so-so, maybe a good story to others but didn’t mesmerize me)~~
But what if the age of consent is less than 18? Anyway, I was not sure what the author was going for with “dark and stormy night” to start this. It’s such a tired phrase that its hard to see it as even parodic … This was polished well enough, but the bland start weighed a bit too heavily, I thought. Nothing new here, ultimately. Pretty straight forward master/slave affair (pun intended) with some clear conditioning. Just didn’t mesh with me.
So lets recap. Antiheroes: Cool. Antiheroines: mind numbingly awesome!