Sunday, February 26, 2012

Review: Jolly Rogering by Aussiescribbler

There's nothing quite like a good story that has sex and pirates, and when you throw Aussiescribbler into the mix you've got a Funny Boner, a story that goes beyond the usual fan fiction pirate fare involving Elizabeth Swan, Nico Robin, "Cat Burglar" Nami, Roranora Zorro, Chef Sanji and Captain Jack Sparrow doing naughty and sweaty things to and with each other.  Yes, the awesome Aussie delivers a two-for-one double shot with this mini-collection filled with his own Down Under brand of humor erotica that's guaranteed to make you giggle more than grab yourself.  If you're looking for a deep and historically accurate tale to beat off to, FORGET IT!  But if you're looking for a great story to put a smile on your face and make you snicker every time you think about it like a little kid having a dirty little thought, then this pair of stories is right up your alley.

Jolly Rogering
Agatha has always dreamed of being a pirate, and when the Libertine arrives in port one day she decides to try her luck and disguise herself as a cabin boy and join the crew.  Everything works out for a while, but it's hard to hide the fact that you're a horny girl pirate in the middle of a crew of horny boy pirates, especially when all the "facilities" are on deck.  In the end Agatha learns a whole new appreciation for the term "All Hands On Deck" (and a few other things on a few other places too).  Five Stars!

Washed Up
Robin Crusoe sneaks up onto the deck of the ship she's traveling on one night for a little scrumping with the first mate, until they're interrupted by the captain and he pushes he overboard so he's not caught caught having improper relations with a passenger.  Robin ends up stranded on an island all alone in this quick and clever retelling of Defoe's Robinson Crusoe with bits of  Mutiny On The Bounty and Castaway thrown in.  Bananas and cannibals and mutineers, oh my!  Five Stars!

Of course as a native Floridian I have a thing for pirates, beaches and tropical settings, and of course when you throw in raunchy sex and off humor and you have my full attention.  Again the awesome Aussie proves why he calls his stories Funny Boners, and if you're looking for something other than a straight-up exercise in racy raunch he's the man to try, because, again, he writes erotica for the thinking person, and he always delivers.

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