Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Penetrated at Ponetown by Moxie Darling

Title: Penetrated on Ponetown
Author: Moxie Darling
Series: Back Roads Book #1
Genre: Erotica
Spice Meter: Scorching 
My Rating: 3.5 Stars

About the Book:

On a mission to bring the love of literacy to impoverished rural children, Clover Willoughby finds herself stranded on a dry, dusty West Virginia back road. Out of gas, out of service, and out of patience, she starts walking. When she stumbles across a quaint cabin in the woods, she's relieved at her good fortune. Her relief turns to trepidation—and anticipation—when the rough, crude mountain man living there offers to assist her . . . for a price. And he's not interested in money.

(Disclaimer: this novella is for adults only. It contains explicit sex scenes, rough sex, mĂ©nage situations, sex with strangers, and taboo elements that some might find offensive.) 

My Review:

Penetrated on Ponetown is Erotica, plain and simple. While not for everyone, the way this book was written was well done and well thought out. Clover’s car breaks down in the middle of nowhere while she is trying to get to a rural family to teach their kids to read. After walking for a few miles, she sees a rustic cabin and the older man that lives in it – Jim. Jim offers to help her with her car IF she helps him and his son, sexually. The son, Eustace, has never been with a woman and Jim wants to teach him how to do just that. Coming from a commune, she is comfortable with sex and nudity, so nothing is really taboo to her. Clover agrees to stay for a week and immediately becomes what the men need – a warm female body for Jim and a teacher to Eustace.

While this kind of taboo isn’t really my thing, I know a lot of people do enjoy this dynamic. The writing is well done and the story is well thought out. Clover and Eustace’s connection was easy to imagine because his character was sweet, caring, and sensitive. Jim is more of a man’s man, but the thought of a father and son sharing a woman creeped me out.

Overall, if you share the fantasy portrayed in this story, then you’ll enjoy this story. While I didn’t, that is subjective and doesn’t take away from how well done the story really is.

**Disclaimer - I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.**

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