WTF Weekend: Swamp Beast Impregnation by Jackie Renquist

A way-ward explorer takes a dangerous path through a swamp. The creature that lurks there captures and transforms him.

The brave man is prepared to fight the zombies and lizard monsters, but he has no clue that something much more sinister waits for him under the murky waters. When the man falls into the trap of a legendary tentacle monster he immediately thinks he has met his end. How will he react when the beast appears to be more interested in invading his orifices than taking his life? Will the aphrodisiac contained in the creatures slime help ease his terrifying transformation from muscled wandered to swamp-beast’s buxom bride?

   

At a glance, it would seem as if Swamp Beast Impregnation had almost too much going for it - monster erotica, a fantasy landscape, zombies, tentacle rape, gender transformation, and impregnation. I actually went into it expecting to be disappointed, but aside from a few typos that an editor really should have caught, this was pure sexy, imaginative, depraved entertainment.

It wasn't clear from the cover blurb, but this is actually a classic Dungeons & Dragons style fantasy tale at its heart, complete with a sword-wielding explorer who foolishly chooses a dangerous short cut to get his treasures to market. The first half of Jackie Renquist's story is actually quite good from a fantasy genre perspective, with our hero forced to defend himself from a variety of monsters. The action is quick, but nicely detailed, and I enjoyed the history of the swamps themselves.

The second half of the story is where the erotica kicks in, and it completely delivered on the ambitious promise of the blurb. Here is tentacle erotica done right, with enough imaginative touches to make the involuntary enjoyment plausible, and enough detail to make it vivid in our eyes. The transformation is done in stages, each of them slightly different from the other, and (again) nicely detailed and impressively imaginative.

With so much detail in terms of word building and mythology, and so much detail to the narrative, Swamp Beast Impregnation is one of those stories I wished was longer, especially since we're left with such a tantalizing tease at the end.



Kindle: 14 pages
Published: March 3, 2016
Published by: Obsidian Desires Publishing

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