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FREEBIE ALERT: Swamp Beast Impregnation

Never read monster-porn? Here's your chance! This one's free for the Kindle Amazon US.

Swamp Beast Impregnation by Jackie Renquist
Monsterporn!  14 Pages
Amazon ♦ Goodreads
A way-ward explorer takes a dangerous path through a swamp. The creature that lurks there captures and transforms him.

The brave man is prepared to fight the zombies and lizard monsters, but he has no clue that something much more sinister waits for him under the murky waters. When the man falls into the trap of a legendary tentacle monster he immediately thinks he has met his end. How will he react when the beast appears to be more interested in invading his orifices than taking his life? Will the aphrodisiac contained in the creatures slime help ease his terrifying transformation from muscled wandered to swamp-beast’s buxom bride?

Forced Gender Transformation Rough and Messy Tentacle Sex Lactation, Triple Penetration, and Forced Impregnation Mental Change/Mind Control
You're welcome!

My Lactation Consultant is a Lesbian Werewolf by Bytch Williams

Retro Review

My Lactation Consultant is a Lesbian Werewolf by Bytch Williams
27 Pages

New Mother Gwynne Westerlund thinks she is going for an ordinary visit to a lactation consultant. But things quickly take a turn for the strange - and the very HOT - when she steps into Samantha Lindofferson's office. An expert in the field of lactation, the sexy Samantha is also insatiably horny - and devilishly cursed! 

Join Gwynne for a trip into titillation and terror as Samantha transforms from a buttoned up beauty providing medical assistance into a buxom babe performing amorous acts - and then into a fearsome creature doing the unspeakable! 

From the acclaimed author of 'Slammed by Santa,' 'Bigfoot, You ARE the Father!' and 'Savaged by Slenderman' comes the latest in Bytch Williams's 'Banged by Famous Monsters' series, the thrilling 'My Lactation Consultant is a Lesbian Werewo…

Bones Would Rain from the Sky: Deepening Our Relationships with Dogs by Suzanne Clothier

I've been busy reading for a change and a have a slew of reviews in the queue! Thanks for sticking around while I've been slacking on the blog.

Bones Would Rain from the Sky by Suzanne Clothier
Narrated by Pam Ward
Audio Released: February 2017
Amazon ♦ Goodreads

In Bones Would Rain from the Sky, Suzanne Clothier takes a radical new direction in understanding our life with dogs . . . and our mutual love. Drawing on a lifetime of experience with dogs, this nationally renowned dog trainer brings us astonishing new lessons about our animals-and ourselves. Gently, with intelligence, humor, and unfailing patience, Suzanne Clothier guides us to truly comprehend another creature's mind and heart. You will discover how our dogs see the world from their uniquely canine perspective, how we can meet their deep need for leadership without using force or coercion, and how the "laws" of canine culture often put our dogs at odds with us and our very human world. Clothier's unpar…

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black

Retro Review

The Coldest Girl In Coldtown by Holly Black
Narrated by Christine Lakin
Young Adult Horror
12 hours and 6 minutes on Unabridged Audio
Tana lives in a world where walled cities called Coldtowns exist. In them, quarantined monsters and humans mingle in a decadently bloody mix of predator and prey. The only problem is, once you pass through Coldtown's gates, you can never leave.

One morning, after a perfectly ordinary party, Tana wakes up surrounded by corpses. The only other survivors of this massacre are her exasperatingly endearing ex-boyfriend, infected and on the edge, and a mysterious boy burdened with a terrible secret. Shaken and determined, Tana enters a race against the clock to save the three of them the only way she knows how: by going straight to the wicked, opulent heart of Coldtown itself.

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown is a wholly original story of rage and revenge, of guilt and horror, and of love and loathing from bestselling and acclaimed auth…

We Gave Ourselves Another Facelift

It's facelift time again. I bore easily and my theme was feeling a little dated. I also wanted a cleaner look. There is still way too much stuff in the sidebar but I don't know what to cull.  It will forever be a work in progress. Feel free to tell me what you think. I can take it!

Feel free to tell us what you think!

Got My Eye On (12)

My font is wonky still. Sorry about that but it does what it wants to do. Ugh, the past two weeks have been murder on my blogging life. I used up all of my scheduled posts and am now truly flying by the seat of my pants. I apologize for being behind in comments and visits and hope to fix that in the coming days. Thanks for sticking around while I attempt to find some balance.

I saw a post over at Mailbox Monday that was encouraging readers to share their best finds of the week via their Books That Caught Our Eye posts. I love, love, love that idea so this is my warped version of it.

Here are the books I've added to my wishlist recently with credit to my enablers :)

Barb @ Booker T's Farm

Death by Chocolate Lab by Bethany Blake

Pet sitter Daphne Templeton has a soft spot for every stray and misfit who wanders into the quaint, lakeside village of Sylvan Creek. But even Daphne doesn’t like arrogant, womanizing Steve Beamus, the controversial owner of Blue Ribbon K-9 Academy. When …

Can't Touch This by Tess Hunter

Can't Touch This byTess Hunter
Released: February 2017
Contemporary Romance
Amazon ♦ Goodreads

I don't want to touch it. I really, really don't. He's egotistical, crass, and my patient's owner-which makes him totally off limits. Yep, that's right. He owns the wiener dog I'm currently working on. I've also worked on his Spoodle, his Cocker-shitzu, and a Cheagle-don't ask. It doesn't help that he also represents most of my joint-owned veterinary practice's small clientele. We'd only just opened the doors a few months ago, and in he strode with a yelping Taco Terrier. One haughty look at our sparkling new facilities, he'd demanded royal treatment, even though I was currently finger deep up a squalling tom cat. Ever since then, he expects me to serve him. Any time. All the time. Him and his revolving zoo of dogs. One of these days, I'm going to swat him for being so pompous but I can't deny the way he handles his charges makes me wan…

Demons, Dolls, & Milkshakes by Nelson W. Pyles

Retro Review

Demons, Dolls & Milkshakes by Nelson W. Pyles
Horror Fiction, 253 Pages
After years of watching horror movies, Kat Dougherty has learned one true thing about the supernatural.
Demons are dicks.

And the biggest dick of them all just showed up at her house, trapped inside an ugly six-inch doll. If there’s one thing that will piss off an unemployed, unhappy chain smoker more than anything, it’s a six-inch dick running amok in her house.
Maybe a little background first…

Kat returns home from getting creature comforts to ride out a snow storm in Pittsburgh. She has cigarettes, a milkshake, horror movies and an ugly little doll that was given to her by a friend. As she starts her first movie, the doll comes to life and begins to make demands for a new body to occupy. Being an irrational and desensitized girl, she flatly refuses. After all, what’s so scary about an ugly six inch doll?

The doll, who calls itself Stitch, tells Kat of how he came to be and where he ca…

Between Naps (11)

Between naps is a little recap of what we've been up to recently.

New Reviews:
Coco Butternut by Joe R. Lansdale
Swapship Troopers by Walker Long
Fellside by M.R. Carey
Snow by Ronald Malfi (sadly DNF'd)

Retro Reviews (part of my ongoing archive project):
Biters/The Reborn by Harry Shannon & Brett Talley
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

The latest Got My Eye On: Where I share my three must-buy books found during my blog perusals

February's Wrap-Up

What We've Been Up To 

We Have Been Working So Hard Around Here:

State of the Blog:  I have no idea what's up with my font up there and I am way too lazy to fiddle with blogger's finicky html. If it wants to be X-large in the weirdest of places, who am I to mess with it?  My posting is still willy-nilly and all over the place. Kind of like my font size. I will never again admit out loud that I have any sort of plan. It's a sure recipe for failure! I'm going to post whenever and whatever because that's apparently the …