There was an irony to being fertile and pregnant, something that had happened with clinical precision, because it was done in a clinic. She is a mountain of a woman with curves that are like the Rockies and a desire that is even bigger. Enjoy!
©2013 Ulriche Kacey Padraige (P)2015 Ulriche Kacey Padraige
First, Sierra Kline was an excellent reader; she has a sexy voice to start with and she used just the right emphasis and tones to enhance the hotness of what she was reading.
The story was short and to the point - pregnant girl seeks sex, pregnant girl gets sex. Also, unlike a lot of so-called 'pregnancy erotica', this book puts a lot of focus on the main character's pregnant form - how she looks, how she feels (in every sense of feels), how her lovers interact with her belly and breasts, how THEY feel about her form. The description also strikes the right balance between describing what people are feeling/experiencing and what they are doing physically, avoiding the common pitfall of dull play-by-play porno moves.
The language is another big win for this one; it uses all the right adjectives to describe the female lead's belly, and casts her hugeness in a positive, sexy light. Also, it spices things up with judicious use of phrases like "he exploded into her" instead of just "he came".
I cannot say enough good things about this book. I recommend this not only to preggophiles, but also to anyone not actually turned off by descriptions of pregnant sex - the sex scenes are THAT good. I wish the author would write more preggo erotica.
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