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Ganged but Not Conquered

The Full LitRPG Reverse Harem Series: Online Bimbo Bundle, Books 1-5
Narrated by: Sierra Kline
Length: 4 hrs and 28 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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From dorky administrative assistant to smoking-hot bimbo warrior!  

Edna, an awkward and lonely secretary, orders an immersive virtual-reality RPG game, Lovescape, that promises virtual companionship and romance in the form of sexy virtual boyfriends.  

As Edna enters Lovescape's world, she soon discovers she must rescue her future virtual boyfriends from the clutches of a variety of gruesome beasts. Through successful conquests, Edna transforms into a beautiful bimbo warrior: unstoppable on the battlefield and irresistible in the bedroom!  

The more challenges she conquers, the more men she can collect! Added bonus: Her physical changes in the game appear in real life!  

Audiobooks one to five detail Edna's entire Lovescape journey from her initial bimbo warrior transformation to saving the virtual world from ultimate destruction.  

Online Bimbo is a bimbo transformation reverse-harem series containing consensual MF, MFFMMM, and MFMMMMMM situations, LitRPG elements, magic, and adventure. It stars one gorgeous bimbo warrior and lots of smoking-hot men of various species.

©2018 Imee Cuison (P)2019 Imee Cuison

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A write to market that has no idea of the genre

(Opens me typing on Keyboard ) Dear Penthouse. First I would like to thank you for being there for me in my formative years, from 10 to 35, you taught me soooo very much and I deeply (heh) appreciate it.

However, I have to say that I do not like the way that what seems to be one of your letter writers, who is not me, has tried to pull a quickie on the LITRPG community. While I have to admit that Locke’s tale is filled with graphic sex scenes that is both detailed and sensual I do not like the clear and obvious attempt to write to market that Locke has done here. Locke has no idea of what LITRPG is. None. Not a freaking inkling. She attempts to fool dedicated readers by using gaming terms to abysmal effect. Her fight scenes are utterly cringe worthy and display the truth that she has never gamed or even been in a fight in her life. I can’t say the same for the sex parts, but there has to be more to as book, even a harem book, than just sex. I mean, no one skips all the build up scenes in a porn movie. You need time to get to know the characters, what drives them, and why they call up lonely pizza delivery guys when they know they have no money.

Honestly, when I first heard of this book I thought, Well here’s that reverse Harem that every one is always discussing, but never seeing come to life. SO, I had to give it a shot. So the story is about a frumpy gal who can’t get a date in real life, and so she turns to virtual reality in order to find herself a boyfriend even if he is electronic. She ends up having to train, and then rescue her first beau de jour.

There are a couple of things a little disturbing about the just the first book. The MC is a virgin who is pretty insecure about herself and her having casual sex. The game decides to “break her in” pretty quick with an NPC who almost forcibly performs a three way on her. Honestly, it was like a hair away from straight up rape to me, but then I never got the whole 500 Shades of Gravy that all the ladies loved to read, so what do I know? Anyway it was off putting, but I trundled along. The book never gets any better. It is basically sex scene after sex scene with barely recognizable game mechanics spread throughout.

This is an obvious write to market novel. Locke has numerous novels that deal with getting ganged by aliens, orcs, and tentacled monsters. She just found a new genre to play in. If you look at her About the Author on Amazon then you’d see:

Author Keira Locke writes about women who explore love and sex with a variety of creatures: orcs, aliens (tentacled and non-tentacled), shifters, and mermen. Most of the time, the women find themselves in group situations because sharing is caring, the more the merrier, and [insert trite phrase that serves as euphemism for orgies.]

So, she pretty much just writes whatever she thinks will sell even when she has no real idea of what the subject is really about. I’ll bet her Mermen have blow holes.

I will say that sierra Kline does a decent job on the narration, she doesn’t hold back and tears right into story. I would say that she chews the scenery but that might be a painful prospect. I really have nothing negative to say about her, and will be adding a point at the end for her work.

Final score: 3 stars, there is a story and the characters aren’t brain dead, plus the narration was actually pretty good. As Count Olaff says, “Look Away, Look Away” if you are looking for a naughty book with litrpg roots. It has the spice, but lacks the beef of litrpg. Give it a good skip.

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