Reviews for the Futa Centaur

Well, Riding With the Futa Centaur has been out for just over a month — and the reception has been more than I could have hoped for.

I was worried that the relative lack of sex scenes in this one would be a turn-off. When the first rating came in as a one-star, I thought my fears were about to be confirmed. Oh well, live and learn.

But, no! So far, it’s sitting on an aggregate of four stars, which makes me very happy.

What makes me even happier are the reviews.

Not that I get all bent out of shape by negative reviews: in fact, some of the most negative reviews of the previous books were the most helpful I’ve had. They — correctly! — pointed out where I had screwed up, and I (hopefully) learned from them. Which is why the foreword to Riding specifically thanks those reviewers.

But, let’s face it, writers, especially indie writers, live for good reviews. With that in mind, I hope you’ll indulge me if I share some recent reviews that had me on Cloud Nine all day. Both are from user “Knockers McGee”.

Saved by the Futa Centaur

The beginning of this series features a surprisingly refreshing relationship between two women (one of which happens to be a Centaur). However, the human emotions and personality of Sharonne the Centaur are real enough to believe she’s still a person who is just a little different. The reveal as to how Sharonne became a futa, and how she deals with it, are also touching and real.

Short but sweet and leaves you wanting more of their tender emotion. Sex scenes are steaming and sexy without regressing into smut. Much too classy for that.

Likewise, the violence is nice and violent without being too bloody or brutal.

Very enjoyable little novella. Not too hot, not too cold, just right.

Romanced by the Futa Centaur

Another fabulous installment of our favorite ladies, the gorgeous Gennara and Sharonne the Centaur. Once again falling into deep trouble and even deeper love. As a follow-up this book hits all the high notes of the previous, even managing to ramp up the heat a few notches, whew.

Honest to goodness plot twists… in erotica… In FUTA erotica. Any lovers of the genre must know what a delightfully rare find this is. You’ll even see uncensored and unapologetic world building, unheard of!

Follow along on the next adventure as the girls get further entangled in mysterious plots to locate the evil magician who cursed Sharonne.

Bless you, Knockers McGee, wherever you are! You’ve made this author very happy, indeed.

Update time…

Believe it or not, work is crawling along on Futa Centaur 3. It’s nearly there, in fact. The only problem is that the darn thing just won’t stop growing. It’s now at a behemoth 20 chapters – and I’m absolutely positive that that’s where it’s going to stop.

In the meantime, here’s an extremely rough sketch of Sharronne.

Wonderlust 3 is live!

For all my overseas readers, it’s the Australia Day long weekend, so I’ve been spending the day cooking up a massive barbecue with my family and drinking strawberry daquiris.

But! At last! Wonderlust 3: A Girl for Tea is finally live on Amazon.

As Alyson lay on her back, panting heavily, Milliner leaned over her and planted a sticky, sweet kiss on her lips. Her blond hair fell about them like a lilac-scented curtain.

“Do you know what time it is, Alyson?” she asked.

Alyson struggled to focus. “Time…? Why… no, I–”

It’s time to eat me!” shrieked Milliner suddenly, making Alyson start with fright. Her heart pounding, Alyson tried to sit up, while Milliner hopped up on to the table as well, sending more tea things crashing to the ground.

In the third installment of the Wonderlust series, Alyson gets into a sticky situation with an amorous bear, witnesses a midsummer night tryst between the fairy queen and a donkey-man, and ends up as a sweet treat in a mad – and sexy – tea party.

But it’s not all fun and erotic games. In book two, A Hookah-Smoking Caterpillar, Alyson first encountered the darkness growing in Wonderlust. In A Girl for Tea, she comes face-to-face with the darkness again.

Another year over, a new one just begun

While most of my readers are shivering through winter, I’m sitting here in my next-to-nuthins, with the fan going, while the Australian summer sun blazes outside.

Things got crazy-busy before Christmas, but we’re hitting the traditional Australian New Year slowdown. I’m trying to put the time to good use, working on some new stories. As I indicated previously, Wonderlust 3 is all but finished. I just need to do some final polishing.

I’ve also started work on the sequel to Saved by the futa centaur. The adventures of Gennara and Sharronne picks up right where the first instalment left off. I’ll post some excerpts soon.

Meanwhile, have a great 2019, everyone!