Rude Words

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eBook review – Taught by Stone Franks

Reviewed by The Cara Sutra

Stone Franks is a female author who usually writes horror stories. Reading this short story, it soon becomes apparent that horror is where her writing prowess lies!

The story is fast paced and descriptive. Action packed heavily lesbian sexual scenes and overtones. I would not call this erotica as much as extreme hardcore lesbian written porn.

There are many themes at play here, not merely the explicit butch/boi action but also an element of BDSM, with Dominance & submission, sadism & masochism, as well as humiliation, w/s, bondage and ageplay at work.

Seen vividly through the eyes of the main protagonist, the story seems not only to delve deeper into explicit raunchy filth with every new paragraph but practically leap.

The writing is at times rough and draft-like, with a spelling mistake or two sadly missed during any proof reading stage. After one final polish, I feel that this story would be worthy of a place on anyone’s bookshelf, real or cyber.

Definitely not for the faint hearted, the at times shocking scenes were both rudely distasteful in places and mesmerisingly compelling. Rather like if Stephen King had written a lesbian sex scene.

On more than one occasion I felt I could not continue reading, yet I felt I must know what happened next. My eyes eagerly took in each new breathtakingly filthy sentence and morally distressing description.

Towards the final few paragraphs, I felt worn out, ravaged… but completely turned on. Call me deviant but this writer certainly knows how to create sexual tension. Despite my misgivings during the reading, I find that I cannot get this story out of my head. It is one that will haunt you for a long time after you close the book… I think I will be reading it again very soon!

Taught from Excessia

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May 11, 2010 - Posted by | eBooks Reviews | ,

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