Review: Blue Cheesecake By Charity Parkerson

Title: Blue Cheesecake
Author: Charity Parkerson
Rating: 4/5 Stars

“A Sci-Fi Erotic Short:

–Warning: This book contains graphic depictions of sexual activity including oral sex and masturbation. It is intended for mature audiences not offended by explicit representations of sexual activity between consenting adults.

–Product Description:
One taste of what they’re serving will keep you coming back for more…
Beth has always adored all things Science Fiction. When a new restaurant comes to town that is shaped exactly like a U.F.O. she has to try it out. However, things aren’t what they seem at the home of the Earth’s best blue cheesecake.” (description from Goodreads)


Sci-fi and erotica in one story? Could be either awkward or really good. At least that was my thinking when I started reading Blue Cheesecake. It put my mind at ease when I knew there wasn’t anything really freaky going on with aliens in this story. Just the normal stuff that goes on in an erotic story: a lot of mental foreplay and sex. Ok, there was a little part about a tail, but it didn’t get too strange…and hey, that might be a normal thing on another planet.

This was a good short read. I’d even read it if the erotic parts were cut. I wouldn’t mind learning about the alien race a bit more and their background. If could have used a little longer of an erotic scene, even. That might have drawn my attention away from the story elements and focus on what the story really is about: hot human/alien action.

Another pleasing story from Parkerson. Can’t hurt to check it out 🙂


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About the Author

Charity Parkerson was born in Tennessee where she still lives with her husband and two sons. She made the bestsellers in Contemporary Romance list with her book “A Secure Heart”, and her paranormal Sinners Series, was voted as one of the top ten “Best books by an Indie author in 2011″

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