What’s not to like in cute and kickass women helping their man become a legend
Usually, I’m not a big fan of isekai (falling through a hole into another world). I prefer my stories in our world, or history. I don’t mind adding wizardry or sci-fi. But I like Michael Dalton’s books, so I started The Scarlet Cavern.
Cute and kickass women who form his harem are great. The legend of Makalang unfolds at a good pace that keeps you reading.
And I really like it when an author’s world building involves new words and expressions. Michael Dalton delivers.
Vintage Misty Vixen with a tall Amazon and a regular guy
Amazonian’s Love is a science fiction erotic romance trilogy about a genetically engineered Amazonian warrior woman named Paige and a young hacker named Ethan. Paige is a skilled thief who works for herself, but she’s running into more and more trouble lately and realizes that she needs to take on a partner. Ethan is good at his tech skills, but he’s also in debt and desperate for money. When Paige offers him a job, he’s hesitant at first, but he eventually agrees.
Their attraction is immediate, but they are worried about getting together. They’re both convinced that the other will have no interest in them. Paige is worried that Ethan will be intimidated by her size and strength, while Ethan is afraid that Paige will see him as a weakling.
You know what happens next 🙂
Vintage Misty Vixen with a tall Amazon and a regular guy. And a steamy visit by yet another Amazon.
Amazonian’s Love is an story with a lot of action. The characters are relatable, and the romance is hot and steamy.
This is a spicy version of John Carter of Mars. It’s clear that Marilyn Foxworthy has been inspired by Edgar Rice Burroughs. What Marilyn does really well is find a new language for this planet. In her Cave girl series there is also a new language. And they are wonderful.
The title of this review says it all, although, the protagonist does find just one girl! The women are different and described very nicely. They are a pleasure to read about.
Marilyn Foxworthy is one of my favorite harem/polyamorous writers. And this is a fine example of why she is.
Michael Dalton weaves an interesting steamy science/occult story and populates it with fun characters.
From the blurb: “Jimmy Kaplan has a hard enough time staying on top of his graduate studies in Chemical Engineering and dealing with the death of his quirky, cantankerous grandmother, who raised him from childhood.”
Jimmy finds out that his grandmother used to be a sorceress and now he finds himself following the path of a sorcerer. It turns out his application of chemistry and science is helping him strengthen his spellcraft. So, watch out demons! The occult is light and fun.
The story takes place on a college campus with hot women. So, yeah, there are steamy scenes, just as you’d expect from a harem story. In this genre it’s important to make different girls fall in love with the same guy believable. In this case, they even hit it off with each other. Dalton makes it work.
What happens if you take a man out of modern civilization and add four beautiful cave girls?
Marilyn Foxworthy is one of my favorite authors of steamy adventures. The world building on the island is very well done. The language the islanders speak is a wonderful creation by the author.
A man from our world arrives on a lost primitive island. There he finds real and sexy adventures. Especially when he meets four outcast women. The hairy islanders are the norm. But the hero and his ladies are smooth, just like some mystical elder. Greats stuff!
The main character even finds time to consider who he really is now that the distractions from the technological modern world has fallen away.
Maria A. Perez ends her trilogy with a rollercoaster ride.
This is the last part of the Sotkari Ta trilogy with Mina, a home maker from Earth, turned supersoldier and hero in another part of the galaxy. If you thought 1 and 2 turned her world upside down, then 3 is a whole ‘nother rollercoaster. Congrats to Maria A. Perez for keeping me on the edge of my seat.
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
In book 1 we meet the unlikely couple of Mina and Montor. She’s kidnapped from Earth because of her super soldier genes, he’s her enemy, her rescuer and her lover. Oh yes, she’s got a husband back on Earth as well.
In book 2 they get married, lose sight of each other because of their undercover work and missions. Mina survives torture and betrayal, and uncomfortable friendships. And Montor has to battle others, but especially himself to get her back.
A magical mech fighter and a skyship with willing women.
Locke signs a contract for a new job. It turns out to be a new magical life in another place. Not only is he a mech fighter, he has unique magical powers. And he gets to work with a all woman crew who decide to sign yet another contract with him: a harem contract. Thrills, spills and sexy in-betweens. Great stuff!