“Fairy Tale Lust” Erotic Book Review

September 30th, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
"Fairy Tale Lust" Erotic Book

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“Fairy Tale Lust” is an erotic story anthology book published by Cleis Press and edited by Kristina Wright. There are 196 pages in the book, and there are 18 different stories in those pages. The book took me about two hours to read completely, and you could read this book in public as long as you kept the front cover of the book covered up.

I must admit that I was very, very excited to read this erotic story collection. After all, I’ve always been a lover of fairy tales and other myths, so having them re-written in an erotic manner just sounded like a really fun read. I wasn’t disappointed either! Kristina Wright did an amazing job with selecting the stories. Each one does a good job putting a “modern twist” on a favorite classic story while still including enough sex to make the story erotic as well. The stories are crafted in a way that makes them very entertaining to read (where you just want to keep turning the pages and never put the book down), but you also get a good dose of erotic sex as well.

You don’t have to worry about just getting the “traditional” stories. You get a wide variety. There’s one that resembles Goldilocks, another about the Snow Queen, the Ugly Duckling, Beauty and the Beast, and tons others. You really get a large variety in the stories, and to be honest, there were a couple stories that I couldn’t place the background to, so all of the stories are really unique, and you don’t have to be worried about re-reading the exact same stories over and over. Instead, the book includes a lot of different fairy tales, and as far as I remember, none of the fairy tale themes are repeated in the book.

In “The Pub Owner’s Daughter” by Alegra Verde, a young daughter of a barkeep is giving a prophecy from birth that the man should just allow the daughter to spread her wings and be free. However, no matter what man she tries, the daughter can not find her “relief”, so she starts to take a new man every week. You’ll be kept in the details of all of the pursuits of her search as well as the man that will finally give her the relief that she needs.

In “Three Times” by Justine Elyot, a young princess has been cursed and lies naked, being pleasured, stuck to a tree. The branches of the tree are poisonous, and no one can seem to get her unstuck from the tree. After the king puts out a reward for whoever can unstick her, the local barsmaid talks to a drunker traveler who tells her the secret. As I’m sure you could guess, it does involve lots of fun orgasms.

In “Ducking” by Craig Sorenson, a middle-aged woman grew up as the ugly duckling, and in her older age, she still sees herself as such. That’s why she dresses in sweatpants and baggy t-shirts every day when she goes out to do “yard work” to discreetly stare the next-door-neighbor who happens to be very attractive. A shopping trip and a helpful sales lady will change all of that.

In “Big Bad Wolf” by Alana Noel Voth, a man living in a rural area keeps finding a wolf outside his house. As it seems to be friendly, he continues to feed the wolf. Of course, the wolf happens to be a woman secretly trapped inside of the wolf’s body, and his love ends of freeing the wolf. It ends up being a really neat plot, and the sex (once she’s in human form) is quite plentiful too!

Overall, I really like Fairy Tale Lust. Kristina Wright did a great job of putting together a bunch of stories that really mix-up the idea of our modern fairy tales while still including lots of erotic sex. The book captured my attention from the first page and kept it until the last page, and I never once felt like I knew where the action was going to go. The book really provided interesting stories right-after-another, and it was a pleasure to read. Thanks to Cleis Press for sending this erotic book for my Fairy Tale Lust book review.




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