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a visual summary of episode two (please see video for visual info on all four episodes of Season One)
- dubious consent thanks to the devil’s breath
- Jynx’s victims find themselves tethered to a parking meter naked in public
- sex with a bunch of guys and/or a tentacle machine
- oral sex in a public park fountain
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Rape Fantasy & Incest, Tristan’s Secret Life is Pretty Fucking Hot! | Book Review | This definitely gets two dicks up!
First off, a disclaimer
I’m incredibly attracted to Connie’s brain. I would put my penis into her axon, lube it up with serotonin if I could. I would pump her neurons and splooge norepinephrine. So prepare for me to gush about this book, especially since I was rock hard while reading it and kept that hard on all day long (for over 10 hours). Somebody should bottle up the hormones her books send out and put them in a capsule to destroy cialis and viagra. Anyways, I digress.
Tristan’s Secret Life – Book Two: Natalie has a different start than Connie’s other books. This one is like a CSI episode in the beginning, just as densely layered and well-told, and then falls off the (Connie) Cliff into the raging river of rape fantasy and fucking your sibling. That’s why I read Connie, cause she has the knack to keep dicks hard and pussies wet the entire time I’m reading while never making my brain work too hard. Her writing is lightning-fast and effortless. Her books are a pleasure to read. This one is like a crime novel, but with incest and a slew of women dying to me raped, gangbanged, and otherwise manhandled. There is a scene where one of the chicks want to be fucked up the ass by a group of strangers and goes to a strip club to make her fantasy a reality.
I liked how the main character, Tristan, nearly gets killed and then finds the secret, and very taboo, love of his life roaming around under the hospital sheets so she jerk him off from back to consciousness. I like these Oprah-style triumphs over adversity. On the verge of death, then on the verge of shooting a load into your step-sister’s panting mouth. Before I got to enjoy the full power of Tristan and his step-sister Posey fucking each others’ taboos out, I realized that Tristan (the billionaire main character) had nasty plans for lesbian-whore-love. He appears to be in a grudge-holding, love-hate obsession with Posey. Yum. What he will do to punish the bitch appears to be coming in the next episode. Boo.
The key point I’d like to express is that these characters are majorly damaged. In other words, these characters keep my dick awake at night!
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Tristan’s Secret Life (Billionaire Taboo Erotica) by Connie Cliff is a very well thought out plot that links Tristan’s home life through a delicious crush on his step-sister that leads him into the world of attack fantasy. The writing is very clear in each section. The book jumps around in time to weave Tristan’s past into his present expertly. I can see why this is ranked as a best-seller in Amazon’s Lesbian Erotica. There are three very hot sex scenes, all with some taboos surrounding them. One sex scene is a girl on girl scene that seems to be an ultra-popular topic with many readers.
Personally, I would have liked the sex scenes and the dialogue to be a little rougher, but if you’re reading on my site then you already know that that’s my fetish. I want guys calling girls whores and stuffing their throats with cock but that kind of erotic porn isn’t for everyone. I would imagine most readers will find the writing in Tristan’s Secret Life professional and the level of kink to be just about perfect. I give this 4.5 stars (losing the .5 due to lack of roughness, especially in the rape fantasy, and due to a mediocre cover, which I think under-performs the story). I’m including another Connie Cliff cover that I find scrumptious (there’s nothing like a big, juicy booty!)
The story is really solid, filled with sensory detail that will get your motor running. Connie can really write. She excels in telling back-story that enriches the characterizations so that there is a real heat between the characters. When we get to the juicy parts I’m all ready to climax. I recommend this to all erotica readers, regardless of your kink.
A short email interview with Connie:
Since reviewing this book I’ve come to correspond with Connie a little bit by email and thought you might like to know a little more about her
Connie Cliff: I have a professional type job during the day and need to keep much of my behind the scenes persona incognito. That said, i can probably share my story, in random tidbits, if you don’t mind. I learned how to read when I was two, according to my mother. Since then, the love of reading was firmly established, and on average I read 50-80 books a month. All genres. Faves are thrillers and sci-fi. Erotica when my partner is away. It serves a certain purpose :-).
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