Cool to the Touch by Terry Maggert

Cool to the Touch, Short Horror Erotica
As long as there is life, there will be the need for love. When a plague brings our worst fears to life, and the dead refuse to be still, one man is left with his own moral dilemma when he discovers the woman of his dreams isn't exactly alive. Nor is she completely dead. In this short tale of horror and erotica, we answer a question:

How consuming is love?
4.5 out of 5, here's why:
Cool to the Touch combines two things that should never, ever go together. Zombies and sex. Yeah, you read that right. Zombie sex. Sex with zombies. Not exactly the stuff of which dreams are made.

“How consuming is love?”

Would you believe me if I told you this is a sensitive and eloquently written tale of love, loss, lust and utter hopelessness? You should because it’s true.

I quite enjoyed it. It’s not all up in your face gross as most of the “monster porn” I’ve read has a tendency to be (not that there's anything wrong with that either!). It’s sexy but not super explicit. It’s .99 cents for 12 pages of terrible beauty and if this author decides to write a full out erotic horror novel I’ll be the first in line to one-click that thing.

Read it if this is your thing. I won’t judge you. Come on. You know you want to. . . Here's a small sample of what's in store.

"Things were precarious just then. I could feel the aftershocks of her own pleasure clenching me at the root, as if every drop of me might bring her back from the edge of depravity that she stood upon."

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  1. I am fascinated by the premise of this book. I would love to give it a try. I have read a few walking dead spins that interject emotion, and I generally go for them. Thanks for the review.

    1. I hope you enjoy it, if you give it a read. I really hope the author writes a full length novel in this style someday.


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