“I haven't read this,nor am I planning to ever do so,since those who know me, know how much I loathe erotic stories. And I have my own reasons:
1.They mostly end up being ridiculous and really childish;even though that's most probably not how they were meant to appear. But I'll explain myself:Mostly the very sexual parts get too dreamlike and unbelievable that they are like the stories that children make up to make a small event appear more important and special than it really was.
2.One thing about erotic stories is that they are mostly sexist and anti-romance and misogynistic. They have mostly no respect for the male/female relationships;for they either bring the female character so low and humiliate her, that I feel offended reading or acknowledging it.(which is the case with this story)
Or they torture the male character so violently,that I'll(again) be offended and uncomfortable reading it.
3. People forget that Humans are NOT sex machines they have more important things to worry about:Jobs,taxes,awful in-laws, ignorant friends,occasional THINKING needs to be done... . So the characters are just not...no character just a shell of one, a shadow.
So now I will get back to this story.A very long time ago and very accidentally I came across this story but the writing was irritating so I didn't read it.
And there is only one thing that explains why it is so intolerable. The truth about ffs is that mostly the people who write the stories are not trying to write a novel. They are Fans who want to see more of characters the already KNOW. They don't take time to create a personality; they don't create a world that the characters would make sense in. They assume you know the character so they censor a major part of the story and only write about a chain of actions. They mostly use their own catch-phrases and to make the story interesting, create dilemmas that can easily be undone with a little intelligence on the characters side.
So really I think we can't blame the writer for anything. Maybe it would have been much better to just keep the story as an online e-book. ”