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Well-written, lucid, imaginative, steamy erotica,
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This review is from: Lost Cherry: Missionary Position Part One (Kindle Edition)
I find it absolutely astonishing that Melissa Constantine's "Missionary Position" series hasn't been reviewed yet and that it is so low on sales ratings. Erotica fans, you don't know what you are missing. This is the best erotica I have downloaded in the Kindle format. I have read all four parts of "Missionary Position," but in order to help Melissa out, I'll review all four parts separately. I fervently hope that this little gesture will help Melissa's sales.
To summarize "Lost Cherry," it is a combination of science fiction and erotica. It is set several centuries in the future when people no longer have sex with other people but get their sexual needs met through interaction with computers. In fact, people and computers are no longer completely separate. (There is no hint as to how procreation occurs, but that's another issue.) The protagonist of "Lost Cherry," Milani, is a young woman studying at a quasi-military type of institution called the Academy, the purpose of which is to reintroduce real physical sex to the world. Candidates for graduation are sent out for a 3-day final exam in which they are to have sex with as many citizens of the outside world as possible. They will be graded on their success, and only one person will be a winner. Milani has an arch-rival, Tira, who is her only real competition. "Lost Cherry" ends after the first day of Milani's test, during which she has a steamy and beautifully written encounter with a man. The story ends with the hint that there may be more to come with an attractive waitress that Milani meets in a diner.
Erotica fans, do yourself a favor and buy this little gem, and all of the subsequent parts of "Missionary Position." Erotica is rarely this well-written or imaginative. Melissa Constantine should be one of erotica's shining luminaries.