Devil She Became is Autumn Raynne’s debut, but aside from its need for a bit of editing, it certainly does not come across as a “first novel.” The pacing is excellent, and exposition is handled well for the most part. The strongest part of Autumn’s writing is her characterization. Everyone in this book is complex without being unbelievable, and Harrison, “Barbie” (I can’t think of her otherwise at this point!), and Ava all have personal developments that are significant to the events that occur.
As much as I read, and as little as I review, you might think I’m showing favoritism by having a second review of a Moctezuma Johnson book. I’m not going to deny it; MJ is one of my favorite erotica writers, and I really think that people need to be more aware of him and his work. But since I’m planning to catch up on some reviews, I’m going to start with his, and since it’s my website, nothing has to be fair about it. Nyah.
Erotica Reviews that aren’t reviews at all
I don’t have time to write all these reviews right now; I read a lot just to keep my head straight, but writing has been intense work for me lately. Not just my erotica writing either, some of you realize I write as a day job too. So when I can focus on erotica, I focus on erotica!
Voices Carry by July Cumming
Reviewed by Callie
Voices Carry is a trio of erotica ebooks about a well-hung, horny, appealing older man named Tom, and his step-daughter Samantha (and some of her friends). I’m not going to spoil anything, although the main thrust of the series is what you would suspect.
Callie Reviews FUTADELIC: THE POWER OF POTION by Moctezuma Johnson
If you get your erotica from any of the big sources these days, you know the name Moctezuma Johnson (who I’ll call MJ from now on. Probably everywhere ever, because that is a lot of letters to type). I had seen his name all over when I started to research the self-publishing thing. I had never read any of his work, mostly because I was broke but also because I didn’t know what to make of it, from the descriptions. It seemed to be all over the place, categorically.
Callie Reviews TAPING KENDRA: VOLUME 1 by Zoey Cage
TAPING KENDRA is Zoey Cage’s first release, and because we had followed each other on Twitter, I saw it the day she posted it, so I looked it up. She was already going to write a review of my new one, THE CHAMBER-POT PRINCE, so I decided to give it a look!