The Princess, also known as the Cum Queen, is the ruler of Aurora, a small but enterprising country in a big, fantastical world. She is beautiful and complex. She is also powerful, ruthless, and deeply sensual. Leading her fabulous "Pleasure Corps" she deploys a sophisticated array of expert and libertine sexual practices to help her punch above her weight.
But in the East a terrible threat is rising. Dim Sun is a dissolute and psychopathic General who has already conquered all the territory east of the Tal-Heng Mountains and is thinking "where next?" During his rampage he hears of the Princess and fixates on her. He comes to a decision: He will ruin her and her people.
So, dear Reader, come and enter The Cum Queen; pause and thrill to virtuoso erotic descriptions while you follow the Princess and her retinue through their astoundingly vivid and explicit multisexual adventures. And brace yourself for the shocking denouement when her own and Dim Sun's stories collide in an apocalyptic finale.
©2010 Philip Kramer (P)2010 Philip Kramer
fun book. drama, excitement, and everything one should expect from a story so good. I enjoyed it. it is very graphic so brace yourself. you will not find it in the Christian section. thats what I liked the most about it
If the author's intent was shock and awwwwww, it worked. Extremely sensual and descriptive. The sound effects were not necessary. I think the story made up about 15% of the book. I loved this book for the extreme sensuality.
Panoramic wall-to-wall sex. Always full on. Bizarre at times. The Heroine, a Princess though definitely not of the fairy-tale type, is pretty marvelous and gets into some astonishing menages. Oh, and she's fighting for her life and country against a seriously nasty bad-guy. I liked her.
I have no idea! Lord of the Rings on Viagra?
It's well produced with some atmospheric music in places. Guy's got a good reading voice.
X-rated I should think.
Take care if easily offended! But weirdly engaging if not.
I really didn't like it. But I had to listen to whole thing. I'm anal and kept thinking that, surely I would miss some good part if I skipped or stopped listening altogether. Nope. I couldn't have been more wrong, unfortunately. I acknowledge that this type of book--not erotica--but this type of erotica may be targeted towards a specific audience, listeners with a specific sexual slant. I'm obviously not it. With that said, this book is for you if you like erotic stories about the spiritual worship--essentially--of ejaculated semen primarily during male-female sex. It's also for you if you like lengthy erotica with nothing but sex scene after sex scene with very little plot. I expect that in brief erotic tales, but it's almost unbearable in tales this long. And "tales" is right. I don't require my stories to be everyday tales, but I do require them to be, at least, somewhat within the realm of plausiblity. I mean, even when I listen to paranormal tales, I require there to be some sense of "Yea, that could happen....maybe." But this one creates none of that. This story is so out there, I couldn't connect or relate at all and had no desire to as I listened to it. This tale is also for you if you're into lines about the mythical sexual prowess of black men especially when with non-black women. I could go on, but why bother it. I just didn't like it. But it could just be me.
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