Just when you thought it couldn't get weirder than sex with a werewolf and a hint of bestiality, Christie Sims started writing Dinosaur Beast Erotica. 'Almost all of my stories fall under the Monster Sex genre,' Sims's author page on Amazon explains, 'and come from the inner desires that spring from my mind.'
We're not talking about werewolves and vampires here. This lady is writing about dinosaurs, orgres, gargoyles, tundra, mythical creatures, monsters and dragons. Reptiles and beasts aplenty, Christie Sims has some unusual 'inner desires' springing in her mind.
Orc plunderers, trolls living under a bridge and a psychic T-Rex determined to have his way with a feisty blonde tell you everything you need to know.
I'm all for interesting sexual quirks and being open to trying out new things, but even this is taking a bit of a step too far. I'd no sooner pick up a copy of T-Rex Troubles than I'd have a second-glance at one of Christie Sims's book covers. They're unfortunately cheap montages featuring a photograph of a woman superimposed onto a stock image of a monster that looks like it might be from a b-grade video game. They're all kindle edition books, so don't think you're going to get any of these 4,000 word books in hardcopy.
Here's her bio from her Amazon author page:
Hi! I'm just a plain old, everyday Midwestern girl that lives a normal life. However, while my outward tastes are relatively simple, my inner thoughts are filled with lusty thoughts of big, strong, powerful monsters having their way with beautiful maidens.
With the Gryphon and the T-Rex competing for attention, it's no wonder that Christie Sims has hundreds of titles churning out at an alarming rate – not to mention that though she co-writes many of her books with established monster erotica author Alara Branwen, she's currently the only writer currently pioneering the Dinosaur Beast Erotica genre.
It doesn't look like there is a long line of authors willing to write about maidens being ravished by a diplodocus any time soon but who knows – Christie Sims's mind is a strange and unusual place, and there may be plenty more to write than her 51 titles currently hold.
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