Abducted by the Kraken

Abducted by the Kraken Emily a girl from a small quiet town in North Carolina came to LA in hopes of becoming famous One day she gets invited to a yacht party filled with LA s hottest sexiest and most powerful Things w

  • Title: Abducted by the Kraken
  • Author: Tammy Black
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Emily, a girl from a small quiet town in North Carolina, came to LA in hopes of becoming famous One day, she gets invited to a yacht party filled with LA s hottest, sexiest, and most powerful Things were finally going her way, and she was getting it on with her idiolized man that turns out to be much than he seems a powerful kraken with unimaginable strength And sEmily, a girl from a small quiet town in North Carolina, came to LA in hopes of becoming famous One day, she gets invited to a yacht party filled with LA s hottest, sexiest, and most powerful Things were finally going her way, and she was getting it on with her idiolized man that turns out to be much than he seems a powerful kraken with unimaginable strength And she is its prime target in hopes of advancing their species Will Emily survive, and finally hit it big This is a 5700 word story containing extreme love making, tentacle bondage, all the way to birth.

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    1. Full review at Booklikes Note, that there it is in two parts.The things you do for online friends. I think my eyeballs will never forgive me. This is the funny partof the review, a more detailed anaylsis will follow, as soon my eyeballs forgive me.At least I didn't pay for it."Bring on your best bikini" - Bikini fight apparently. Emily's sex growls (Loc. 82) Vagina dentata eat your heart out. Emily's vagina is a pitbull on a leash. (Which must make it rather hard to sit down). Wait, no. I had th [...]

    2. *Book source ~ Free on Emily shakes the dust of a small North Carolina town off her feet and heads to L.A. to make it big. Instead she meets up with a smarmy hot guy and ends up doing porn with a kraken. Every little girl’s dream.No. Just, no. I cannot express how bad this story is. First, the writing is horrible. My kids did better when they were in middle school. Verb tenses and narrative flip flop more than a freshly landed fish. Repetition is a constant, like herpes. Second, the characters [...]

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