TBR reviewer: B.H.
What do you get when Star Wars meets Sherwood Forest? Mix in a little Pirates of the Caribbean, Fanny Hill, Futurama and The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and you get Brandi Whyne and Her Incredibly Erotic Adventures (with Robin Manhood and His Totally Sexed-Out Space Pirates). With a series title that long, you know it’s going to be filled with loads of laughs, tons of sci-fi fun and plenty of hot sex!
In Chapter 7, Brandi’s Best Revenge, the crew of the Pulsating Purple Parsnip encounter their time bandit contact in their own dimension—Robin’s ex-girlfriend, Marian Maidenform. But all is not quite as it seems aboard Marian’s ship, and seducing the hunky android Andrew becomes part of Brandi’s revenge against the cold yet sexy woman who broke Robin’s heart. But what does K.R.A.P.P. have to do with the balance of power on Old Terra? Brandi and her pals are determined to find out.
This is a series and no I have not read the previous books. The blurb was very entertaining. I enjoy a lot of those comparisons, so I was curious as the twist Ms Chatillion would create. This starts off at the end of a threesome. The language is more vulgar than erotic. Nothing too harsh and this is just my opinion. I prefer elegance with explicit sex scenes.
I have to say, the way she presents the book is a lot like Spaceballs, the movie. Very unique and entertaining. A giant cock ring space ship, can’t help but giggle on that one. ‘Sales of this volume go to help support wayward space pirates who have lost their way after space pirate opera-singing binges.’ The more I read, the more I liked. Then there’s the orgy room...
The story flowed well. Despite being 7thin a series it wasn’t hard to follow. Based on the above review this would have gotten 5 stars. It was entertaining and unique. A quick, fun read but the ending, ah, that’s the horrid part. There is no ending. A twist is reveal and then it’s stay tuned for Brandi’s next adventure. You’re kidding me. It’s like part of a book. Every
story should have a beginning, middle and end. Even if Ms. Chatillion planned a sequel there should still be some closer for the reader on this plot.
I wonder if the other ‘books’ in this series end like this. The sudden and annoying halt of the story. Why would she possible want to finish a seemingly entertaining read like this? It boogles the mind.
I don’t think I’d read another set in this series. Maybe if it’s an actual story (Beginning, middle AND ending). Otherwise, it's like buying a book and the last three chapters are missing. I don't think so. I will tell you that I’d like to read more from this author, preferably an entire novel or novella.