I have read some pretty terrible books in my lifetime, but this one might just take the prize for worst book ever. Trust me, don’t waste your time with this one. Granted, it’s only a little over 100 pages, but it’s not worth the Kindle space.
Tamara is a young woman who has a nightly visitor that likes to sleep with her. But there’s very little sleeping involved if you catch my drift. Sounds sexy, right? A good looking stranger sneaks in her window to fulfill her sexual fantasies. Wrong! Don’t let the summary or sexy cover suck you in! It only goes down hill from there. Why you ask? Well, let’s take a look.
1) Tamara talks to her nether regions, aka her pussy. Sure, at times it’s pretty funny, especially when her pussy talks back, but in my opinion it quickly went from being eccentric to just plain out odd.
2)Tamara’s night visitor is from outer space. So…yeah. He also has supernatural powers. What kind? Well, he can hear Tamara conversing with her pussy. Doesn’t that just scream romance? He eventually takes Tamara and her opinionated pussy to outer space with him to meet his family, as well as some other jealous people who want to kill her. And you thought it was stressful meeting your boyfriend’s parents!
3)Tamara becomes pregnant with her night visitor’s twins who can telepathically communicate with their daddy, and stave off a rebellion of epic proportions. Am I the only one who thinks this is ridiculously terrible and stupid as far as plot goes?!?!?
Ok, so maybe something which contributed to my utter hatred of this book was the fact that I had no idea it had a sci-fi element. In addition, I’m not a fan of sci-fi. At all. In any way, shape, or form. Especially when it consists of two baby fetuses (is that the correct plural form of fetus?) controlling an entire army to eliminate the enemies of their parents.
Series: Nope, it’s a stand-alone. Thank God for that small light at the end of the tunnel.
Should you read it? Hells to the no!
Smut Level: It’s actually pretty decently smutty. There is some steamy sex, and the main character has conversations with her pussy for crying out loud. But that just doesn’t make up for the utter crap which this book represents. Too harsh? Meh, I don’t care.
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