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Wickedly Reviewed: Gasping for Ghosts by Juno North

Multiple ghosts get more than curious about a curious ghost hunter.

Supernaturally Playful Predators

Ghosts aren’t nice. They’re not exactly evil. They’re only doing what ghosts do in this story: That’s preying upon a lone ghost hunter until she convulses with unexpected orgasms. Not a shred of clothing covers her from the icy air. Perhaps, maybe, she’s even joined the ghosts to play with them forever. Or maybe that’s this reviewer’s mind looking to far into it. You never know.

The story begins with a group of ghost hunters, among them is Ashley who is here for a good fright.

The group explores a house that has long been abandoned and is rumored to have once been a brothel. Now, it is a place of cold footsteps and rumors of sex so great that a wealthy man died happy. The story takes off when our ghost hunters split the group. That’s when Ashley discovers a room of mirrors, and its four posted bed. She hears the sound of the thunder outside, and the increasingly intrusive and hypnotic sounds ghostly lesbian sex. She ignores the crackles of her radio as the ghosts climax.

Ghosts will do what Ghosts will do

Like a hawk going after a stray mouse, the spirits use Ashley with pure amoral instinct. Ashley is touched and groped. Her clothes are unzipped. They expose her breasts to the chill air, and through it all Ashley offers no resistance. Next, the ghosts bring her into the bed, and she is restrained at her hands and her feet, and looks at her nude and vulnerable self in the mirrors around the room. The only warmth she feels is the wet hot mouths that kiss her skin, and even bite at her. Haunted toys float in the room, and penetrate her without patience. Then, Ashley only falls deeper into the paranormal euphoria. The lesbian specters -and at least one masculine one- use her until she forgets why she came to this place.

But does she join them? As in “play with us. Play with us forever.”?

The Hot Take

Gasping for Ghosts is a quick, one scene, one handed read of supernatural ghost erotica. I enjoyed this short immensely because it tickled my mind control kink. The story hits the beats of supernatural horror well, complete with its haunted house, strange sounds, and protagonists who make those juicily bad decisions. Juno North knows her audience well, and writes the perfect story for those of us who love a sexy paranormal story with a kink of supernatural mental domination.

About Juno North: Juno North writes saucy stories to share her love of the wilder side of life with her readers. At various times in her life she’s been a door to door saleswoman, a roller derby announcer, and the live musical act at a popular burlesque show.

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Wickedly Reviewed: Limbo Demon’s Desires by Rachel Kinsley

What’s the best cure for post college ennui? A new life as a sex worker for demons.

A Demon Takes Virginity

Rachel Kinsley’s book, Limbo: Demon Desires, is an easily readable, episodic, novella. Honestly, the structure of the book might be my favorite part. I read each hot chapter on lunch breaks over the course of about two work weeks.

The story begins with a set up we all know too well: Samantha is out of college, in a seedy city, and not sure where to go from there. Next thing, she visits a fortune teller who advises her that she’s marked and special. Maybe that explains why Samantha, despite having a high drive for sex, is a virgin.

Before long, an incubus visits Samantha, and her virginity is gone by the morning.

 Sex working and Temptations

After Samantha joins the demon brothel, she services demons of fear, sloth, greed and so on. In each sexy episode, author Rachel Kinsley adds some spicy temptation. The demons want more then sex. They want to corrupt Samantha through whichever sin they represent. Because of them, every sex scene has a layer of psychological domination in addition to Samantha’s submissive role. Does Samantha break?

Slut. Demons. Torture.

The answer comes at the story’s last scene. Without spoiling anything, sex with demons requires some serious sadism. There’s no shortage of humiliation, pain, and submission there. What I read was at least as intense as the most hardcore scenes I’ve enjoyed at Kink.com.  It left me exhausted to read to the end.

Naturally, I enjoyed this book. I hope you do too.

About the Author

Rachel Kinsley is an erotic author with a passion for delving into the surreal, magical, and mystical sides of sex inherent in mythology, fantasy, and science fiction. She enjoys finding ways to slip erotica into tales that already exist, as well as devising her own unconventional storylines to awaken the sexual imagination of her readers.

When not writing or contemplating delicious erotica, she creates illustrative art and indulges in her geeky addictions for video games and D and D.

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