Series: The Squirm Files #2
Genre: Parody Romance
Format: eARC from author
Length: 98 pages
Publisher: Cari Silverwood (June 19, 2014)
Yet another erotic parody where a light is shone on all the dirty, crazy, squishy things dwelling in your romances.
When a stag party goes terribly wrong, Virginia Chaste loses her memory of all the best bits of her fiancé, Karl whatsisface. She awakens with her tongue stuck to the castle floor, a suspicion that someone kissed her, a missing fiancé, and no idea what will happen next. Luckily Dangerous Bob can show her the way.
All she has to do is join Zagan Grimm, rock star and demon, he of the radioactive cock, to retrieve the ultimate sex book, the Necrosexi-texmexicon, from the depths of the Zon, then she can get her fiancé back, even if she'd rather sell his castle and make a million dollars.
Then she absolutely has to remember not to have a spectacular, tentacular ménage with Zagan and Karl whatsisface.
With so many things to remember, Virginia may forget the last one.
Yes, a big, fat warning to all those with pristine, well-vacuumed minds: Here Be Tentacles.
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First things first, this is a parody. Relax, enjoy and laugh! Laugh enough along with the author that you might need a diaper in case you wet yourself.
Strum is more of a continuation of Virginia Chaste’s story from Squirm and although I would highly recommend reading it first, this can standalone.
Cari Silverwood manages to inject humor into so many stereotypes and clichés into this story that it is a non-stop rollercoaster of fun.
“Bitch author. Oops. Think pretty thoughts, think pretty, non-incriminating thoughts.”Amazing writing that pulls you in for the journey with a tentacle alien fiancé, a sex demon rock star, books that comes to life, a sidekick that does construction work naked to prove a romance novel male can indeed hammer nails and we can’t forget the “virgin” Virginia Chaste.
“Even if her panties were damper than a swamp full of alligators in monsoon season, she was still outraged.”Crazy lines, wild stories and just a fun must read!