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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Purr (Twisted Fairytales, Book 9), by Elizabeth Black

Title: Purr (Twisted Fairytales, Book 9)
Author: Elizabeth Black
Sub-Genre(s): Erotic, Multiple Partners, Sci-fi/Fantasy
Publisher: New Dawning Bookfair
Publication Date: June 1, 2011
ISBN #: 9781458065414
Format: eBook from Author
Reviewer: Felicia
Rating: 2 Cups

The alluring puss in boots Muca aspired for her master to become the richest and most respected man in the land, but her job was cut out for her. Could she convince the local farmers to trust in her against the vicious ogre who ruled the region?

This is a short story, an erotic retelling of Puss n’ Boots. This does not tell the entire story, just a day and night in the life of Muca, the cat trying to help her poor master become the great Marquis of Carabas. Muca meets some villagers who are being forced to work for the ogre Derp. If they complain or put up a fight, they are usually killed. Muca agrees to help the villagers fight Derp but before she does, she spends an interesting night with a few of the villagers.

As mentioned before, this is a short story, and I am glad because I did not like it too much. Maybe if the author did the entire story instead of just doing a little part it would have been better, but it looks like she just wrote this so Puss could have an orgy with some villagers. I love to read erotica, but I would like some story to be there among all the sex. The ending…well, it was very rushed and I was hoping for a lot more. I have read other retellings of Puss n’ Boots that were much better, perhaps because it was the entire story. I have read other stories from this author that I loved, so I was hoping for a lot more.


*Blurb Courtesy of Goodreads

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