Review ~ Jane’s Steak and BJ Night Surprise: A Futanari Tale by Moctezuma Johnson

Title: Jane’s Steak and BJ Night Surprise: A Futanari Tale
Author: Moctezuma Johnson
Genre: Futanari Erotica
Pages: 8
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch: Connie Cliff

 

Jane gets ready for her annual Steak & BJ Day (celebrated annually on 3/14) by cooking her husband a steak per their ritual. Normally she’d then be on her knees showing her wifey appreciation. But this year she’s got something up her, well, sleeve. Okay, that’s not a sleeve.

Check out some hot a-little-bit-more-than-vanilla custard fun.

 

 

Review

 

 

Well, my literary futa-cherry has just been popped. I’ve been curious about reading futanari erotica, and who would be the best author to introduce me to this kink than the irreverent brazen beast of a writer, Moctezuma Johnson?

This story centers on an old tradition of Steak and Blow Job Day, celebrated in different ways in various cultures. As the main character’s wife prepares the dinner for him, she becomes pre-occupied by the crazy idea of getting a BJ, instead of giving one. How nuts is that? To make it as realistic as possible, she not only procures a life-size realistic organ, but she also makes sure the, ahem, juice is free-flowing as well. Vanilla flavored, at that.

As it always happens when I read Moctezuma’s stories, I seriously enjoyed myself, the smile never leaving my face. There is simply no one like him in today’s literary erotica. If you haven’t yet, you MUST read one of his books.

 

 

The book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.

 

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About The Author

 

 

 

Moctezuma is now literary porn’s King of Hardcore Erotica, but that wasn’t always so. This once blacklisted writer had to fight to get freedom of speech. Before publishing, Moctezuma was messing around writing for newspapers through Asia and Latin America. He was a business writer given a finance beat in Hong Kong and Singapore. He was always enjoying nightlife wherever he went. He was interested in writing. He was interested in sex. Then he met a gorgeous supermodel who was able to inspire him to put the two together. Thus Moctezuma Johnson revealed his till then confidential stories. He started by blogging but was brutally censored. He spent years censored, concealed, and off-limits to the public. Then he found Girls Carrying Books Erotic Book Publisher and enjoyed sharing his tawdry brand of hardcore XXX literary porn with the hungry public. His years of defiance and courage paid off. He had built a blog archive with hundreds and hundreds of poems, short stories, and photos. Most of the photos were lost during the black period (he is working on a book of formerly banned poems tentatively called “The Black Period”). The poems in the Book of Real & Imaginary Girlfriends come from ideas mostly on his blog. The others are in response to the positive feedback Moctezuma immediately enjoyed. Once he started writing he found himself excelling in other areas of his life as well. He became a bartender, bought his own bar, and married his muse. Now he has his life in order and continues to share his daring porno-literary genre.

2 thoughts on “Review ~ Jane’s Steak and BJ Night Surprise: A Futanari Tale by Moctezuma Johnson

  1. Fantastic review Connie 🙂 Im jealous that you got to read this. I love Moctezuma Johnson’s literary porn and creative story telling.

  2. Hi Connie, Loved your review of Jane’s Steak and BJ Night Surprise! I read it last night and found myself looking fondly around for some custard as well to recreate a certain scene. 😉 Moctezuma Johnson is one of my favourites for well-written, hard core erotica.

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