Our sexual proclivities are an enigma We have them, we know that they are there we hide them, we keep them secret sometimes we act on them We cannot talk about them no one would understand We feel heated shame We block feeling, turn away from feeling we do anything not to feel We crush the horror of the terrible deed that the little voice inside our head bids usOur sexual proclivities are an enigma We have them, we know that they are there we hide them, we keep them secret sometimes we act on them We cannot talk about them no one would understand We feel heated shame We block feeling, turn away from feeling we do anything not to feel We crush the horror of the terrible deed that the little voice inside our head bids us do Freud tells us that repressing feeling will amount to neurosis Jung says pretty much the same the repressed will bubble to the surface in one way or another it will find a way out It will find its voice and it will demand to be heard The two stories presented here delve into the idea of what happens next What do you do where do you go, after crashing and smashing your way through the final taboo A Queen, her depravity told through the millennia Homer tells her story Pasiphae the unnatural the King, her husband, made a cuckold Men snigger about the royal couple even now, centuries later What she did, her shame exposed to all, when she gave birth to a monster.If you know Homer s story, you will know that the Monster is proof that Queen Pasiphae was indeed guilty of a terrible perversion.And my own tale The Beast in Me the taboo ever present in Daisy and Noah They are lovers, besotted with each other besotted with a terrible secret They break man s law and God s law too.Sensitive readers should be cautious, especially if easily offended.
The Beast in Me Our sexual proclivities are an enigma We have them we know that they are there we hide them we keep them secret sometimes we act on them We cannot talk about them no one would understand We feel hea
Unquestionably, this is a book that will test one's limits in the taboo erotica realm. The deft narration by Jazmin Kensington softens the outre nature of the content to the extent that it can be enjoyed as a guilty pleasure. Not for the faint of heart, but recommended for those with a taste for dark kink.
It's hard to write a review and say how much you enjoyed a story when it is a very taboo subject. Billierosie is a superb writer and this makes her stories well worth reading. She takes you on a journey with this couple Daisy and Noah who try to fight their twisted desires but who ultimately agree to help each other take the final step. Thus breaking the law in more ways than one. Lets be clear here this isn't some romance that will make you swoon. If you are easily offended DO NOT READ THIS! Th [...]
Billerosie takes her readers on a journey into the taboo in this book. While this will certainly not be eveyone's cup of tea, these are wonderfully written stories with great character development and graphically described scenes that draw the reader in and allow them to see something raw and forbidden.
As most of my GR pals know, I have a proclivity for a certain type of book. I gravitate towards those that most others shy away from. When I came across this book's blurb and the mentions of the taboo tale it harbored, I just had to read it. I have yet to be disturbed by anything I have ever read - and I have read some weird crazy things - but this bookI have finally found my limit.This book contains two stories but I'm only focusing on the first one in this review,The Beast in Me. I debated on [...]
Billie Rosie shatters the myth that erotica must be driven by the action itself with characters that are just interchangeable Kens and Barbies. In pursuit of profound perversity, she exposes the hidden tenderness and self-condemnation that leads to true empowerment through sexual acts of self-acceptance. "The Beast In Me" looks inward, penetrates the mind and heart, while rallying to the temptation of unnatural lust. This is not a race to the finish, and it may be too cerebral for some, but it d [...]
The subject of this story may extremely stretch the taboo toleration of many who primarily read published ebooks, but those who have read free stories on beastial themes may find this tame. However, the strength of this writing is the mindset, overwhelming needs, and shameful conflicts that the various protagonists face. Joining a modern story with an parallel envisioning of an ancient myth turns taboo erotica into a much more interesting and almost thoughtful read (rather than simply explicit, [...]
Wtf did I just read?!?Gathering bleach to scrub my eyes out. Holy hell. Despite all that its was well written and the not taboo parts were okay
Not sure what I just read So I liked that this was basically the story of how the Minotaur came to be. I don’t understand what the 1st story in the book had to do with it though. I felt it was unnecessary. Maybe the author just wanted to write a story and disguise it? The 2nd story was worth the read. I love learning about Greek gods and I did find it an interesting different take on the story.
I should start of by saying I found this challenging to chose a star rating for this short story as, to be honest, it doesn't really compare to anything. I can hardly put this on the same scale as a fluffy contemporary YA, can I? Anyway, into the review. This was, wow, this was shit I dont even know Interesting? God, I dont think their are any words in the English language to describe this. Would I recommend it? Honestly, only if i thought you could handle it. Whats so interesting about this sto [...]