WITHIN: Graded primarily on heat and narrative
WITHOUT: Graded primarily on narrative
Possible spoilers below …
The Conductor (mc mf md) (new) by Lisa Teez
–2.5/5 (not great, had some redeeming qualities)–
Well polished in its own style, while not necessarily pulling me in all that much. Fairly straight forward, while luckily much more light hearted than I anticipated. Half decent story, but no real heat here.
(ReReadability: low / follow: no)
Nine to Hive (mc ff mf fd ft ma gr sf bd) (1 new chapter) by Half Shim
–3.5/5 (good, not quite earth shattering)–
On a side note, it’s almost a little awkward to read each chap titled as “days” if only because of the length between some of the chaps thus far … Anyway, this may be straying away from my interests, but this author is very good at spinning a tale. The chap seemed a bit on the long side to me, but I do like latex
(Chap ReReadability: low / Chap: 4)
Good Neighbor (Paladin) (mc mf md gr hu) (new) by Paladin
~~4/5 (pretty good, not perfect but enjoyable)~~
Is this author suggesting that I am immoral by reading this!? Anyway, if I didn’t choose to review this, I probably would’ve stopped reading sentence one. It was just too direct too soon. The concept of women eating cum is not necessarily a turn off for me, but it’s not necessarily something that would pull me in, especially narratively. Understandable, given this being comedic, but still … I did have some trouble suspending my disbelief. She seemed a bit too eloquent, given the circumstances. Did trail the fine line of degrading into ridiculousness, but held itself together nicely. By the end, I was happy I saw this through.
(ReReadability: moderate / Follow: no)
Now matter how much I still enjoy the show True Blood, I recently figured out why the show never made me realize how much I like she-wolf TF. They never show much of a TF, other than them getting all wavy! Well, at least we now have Rutger Hauer …