Review ~ The Claiming of Eve by Bella Swann

Title: The Claiming of Eve  
Series: Taboo Tales of Paranormal Kink
Author: Bella Swann
Genre: monster erotica, MMF, FF
Pages: 58
Heat level: 4 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch: Connie Cliff

 

This is a very dark, erotic interpretation of the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and their Paradise Lost. It begins with Adam and Eve in a state of innocence. Through a series of increasingly lustful BDSM encounters with paranormal creatures such as Raphael, Lilith, Lucifer, and Michael, Eve falls into sin and takes her loving husband with her. Warning: This is a work of fiction that contains sexually explicit materials meant for those over the age of 18 and contains elements of dubious consent, dominant male, submissive female, and ménages.

 

Review

 

 

Bella continues to push the boundaries with her newest release, The Claiming of Eve. Set in the Garden of Eden, this book paints it in a new light, nothing like what you had envisioned it to be. The arc of the story is so irreverent, I don’t even know how to review it properly.

First, I would like to mention WHY I decided to read The Claiming of Eve. I saw a tweet that had a one-liner from the book: 

Eve shuddered as she felt his cock hit the golden apple that was still deep inside her and push it up against her very core.

My immediate reaction was, good god, I simply have to read this book.

As per her usual routine, Bella throws you into the midst of things right away. First, Eve is so horny that she is masturbating, and this was such a hot scene, I almost wanted to take notes. I mean the woman knows how to use both of her hands, very well. Then we get to see Eve being roughly (please be forewarned – VERY roughly) dominated by her husband (Adam) and an angel.

Her overstimulated flesh was almost beyond its breaking point.

After reading this scene, I’d have to say that’s an underestimation. By the way, in case you didn’t know how Eve came into existence, it’s through being fucked by Adam. What a reasonable version of her first minutes on earth!

He had pushed his hard cock back and forth deep inside her virgin pussy as she waited helplessly to cum into existence.

Once the two men are done with her, they just discard her, as she is only there for their pleasure, and nothing else. Poor Eve, feeling neglected, wanders off and runs into Lilith, who turns out to be Adam’s first wife (what?!?). The women have a very hot scene in the middle of the book, so hot that I was wishing a Lilith-type person had walked across my path, just so she could ravage me like she did Eve. After that, there is another scorching scene involving monster sex, so you’ve been forewarned (once again). Poor Eve gets taken by a serpent Lucifer, who uses all of his snake-related appendages to work her over. Very very rough dubcon. Just sayin’.

It seems as if pain is the key necessary to controlling your pussy, Eve.

There are seven apples involved, one of which is stuffed up Eve in a tweet that drew me to this book in the first place. Also, if food play is not your thing, this is your warning (jeez, how many warnings am I going to have here?).

The final scene was highly erotic. In an unexpected twist, Bella makes Adam bisexual, and there is a very rough (once again) threesome involving another angel, whose task is to send Adam and Eve away from Paradise. Before he does that, he takes rough advantage of both sinners. Oh dear god. So, this is the final forewarning: if MM is not your thing, walk right by this. But if I were you, I would still read this, just to marvel at Bella’s audacity. There are also some orgasm withdrawal elements here that will make you squirm. Oh, and rough toy play. And since they didn’t have sex toys back then, Bella used her unstoppable imagination: the hilt of a sword, shoved up … that’s right, you guessed it. Also, umm, double anal. Good god. Is there any boundary that Bella will not push?

I cannot say enough about this book. Bella’s usual style, as always, transported me. It’s almost like a chanting style, where you just want to keep reading, it’s hard to explain. The descriptions of rough play were so vivid that I caught myself holding my breath more than once. But maybe that’s Bella’s intention – to heighten your arousal by slightly suffocating you. Worked well for me. Holy hell. I’m afraid I’m getting so addicted to Bella that I might stop reading anyone else.

Don’t fight the pain, sweet Eve. Your pleasure will be all the more intense once you submit.

 

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About The Author

Bella Swann is a Canadian writer of erotica who writes creative and imaginative stories that transport her readers to fantastical times and places. You can find her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Bella.Swann.Erotica or on Twitter https://twitter.com/BellaSwannBooks You can also find her at https://www.goodreads.com/Bella_Swann. Bella writes about sex in a way that will appeal to both male and female readers so she writes very explicit sex stories with BDSM and dubious consent. There are often elements of paranormal encounters, humiliation, hucow, ABDL, medical play, dominant males, submissive females, dominant females, spanking, and a variety of creative, sexual kinks. Her erotica is very definitely meant for those over the age of consent who are comfortable exploring the darker pleasures of sex in their readings. Please enjoy the explicit sexual fantasies within her books. She hopes you enjoy reading them as much as she enjoyed writing them for you.

Bella’s website: http://iloveerotica.com/bellaswannerotica/

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2 thoughts on “Review ~ The Claiming of Eve by Bella Swann

  1. Thanks for such a wonderful and detailed review! I had a lot of fun envisioning an erotic Garden of Eden and I’m glad it came through in the story. XOXO, Bella

  2. Hi Mindy! I was poking around your site and of course I had to read the reviews of authors who are my friends and allies (mostly through the I Love Erotica Google Community). However I also have an affinity for the irreverent and blasphemous, along with angels and demons. So when I saw this I had to read your review.

    You seemed surprised that Lilith was Adam’s first wife. She was sanitized out of what most people know of as the Bible, but especially in studies of ancient Jewish works she is known and in some darker corners of Catholicism even she is known. This is because the Biblical canon took a while for all the stodgy white dudes to decide what should be in it (so much for divine inspiration).

    The reason why Lilith wasn’t Adam’s wife anymore? She didn’t do what she was told.

    After the Fall, the myths branch out with many of them having Lilith as a demon. So she’s literally demonized for being an independent woman. Still, though… IT’S FUCKING HOT.

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