While mystery readers had erotic tales in Sex, Violence, & A Half A Million Dollars those who like science fiction, fantasy or horror needed their own erotic tales collection. Here in Microchick: Erotic Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror author Michael Bracken provides 24 previously published adult erotic tales. While some of these magazines are still available most are not. Not only do the tales provide erotic entertainment they also showcase how much the adult industry has changed over the years.
Leading off the collection is the title story “Microchick.” Angie is dead and not for the first time. Fortunately Max can put her remains in a machine, have a dry martini and wait for her to be alive and available again. Just another perk of the apartment and one to enjoy immensely over and over again.
Betty Sue had beautiful FF breasts. But that was before they started shrinking in “Flat Chesters.” As is becoming increasingly clear, she isn’t the only woman in the world that is seeing her chest go away. There has to be an explanation and it has to be stopped.
Lucius Botacelli has been sent in time to bring a gift for the last two people on earth. In “The Last Two People On Earth Meet The Trojans” the gifts could change everything if used properly.
Every day at 3 pm they take his sperm in “Adam And The Eves.” Being the only sperm donor for the planet is a huge responsibility and has confined him to a sexless life in a medical complex. Being a sperm donor is not the real thing and Adam may lose his mind if something doesn’t change.
Marconi doesn’t understand everything she does, but doesn’t care. He just wants “Virgins.”
Joe has old school beliefs and values and truly believes he is “King Of The Castle.” He also has the money to make it happen.
He met her aboard the alien mother ship. Soon they were having sex in “It Came From Outer Space.” She was the first woman he had sex with but not the last as the aliens seem to like watching humans having sex.
Long ago Ed found her half in and half out of the tidal pool. She was beautiful and very much available in “Mistress Of The Seas.” His story has become the stuff of legend and the narrator knows what the real story was.
It is more of the same as fiction editor Jim Nueson wades through the submissions and other issues in “Final Draft.” Maybe a little too much of the same old thing as everything feels way too familiar.
The woman looks sort of familiar, but the bedroom doesn’t in “Wishes.” The busty redhead is in no rush for him to leave. Hours later he still can’t remember her name or how he there. Then it happens again . . . and again.
No doubt she was beautiful before she came out of the rain and into the bar in “Wet Dream.” Not only is she soaked and large breasted, she wants a beer, a towel and definitely something more.
We all know the story of what happened to the boy whose nose grew every time he told a lie. For Paul it isn’t the nose in “Pinocchio D*ck.” Fortunately a curtain lady doctor has the ability to help him.
Harrison Stargill wants only one thing – Darlene. The short guy on the next bar stool says he can get her for him in “What You Want.” What the guy wants in exchange does not matter because sex with Darlene is worth any cost.
The beautiful blonde with the great legs says she was his grandfather’s nurse. A woman of incredible talents who knew all about Grandfather’s dreams and more in “F*ck Demon.”
Richard Strunk was very surprised when Mary King suddenly wanted him to take his pants off in “The Hunger.” After all, they were in a ranch style home that was for sale and it was the middle of the day with the windows open. But, Richard is “Sales Manager” and accustomed to doing what needs to be done to close the deal.
Anyone who watches television in the summertime has seen the reporter cooking eggs on the sidewalk or street. The same thing starts the story “One Hell Of A Bet.” Before long beer is flowing in the “Bark-O-Lounge” and then the hot blonde on a mission walked inside.
After the car crash the narrator needs to use the phone in a bar. In “Lucky Stiff” the phone is not available, but both the cold beer and the hot bartender are. Good thing as he is not going anywhere anytime soon.
She is beautiful in “The Specter” and goes by the name Aimee Rose. She is in room 1413 and isn’t happy with her room. She thinks it would be best if the narrator came up to her room so that he can see the problem for himself.
Stan was desperate when he took the job three states away, threw some stuff in a car, and moved to a house that had been empty for six months. In “Death Blow” the married man quickly discovers the beautiful buxom young blonde across the street, “Peggy,” is more than willing to personally welcome him to the neighborhood.
“Like A Whisper On The Wind” the narrator has a visitor at the door on this story evening. The woman claims to have had an accident down the road and needs help as she is stranded in the isolated area.
She pulled him through the open doorway inside in “Through The Darkness.” She was stunningly beautiful in the darkness even though he couldn’t see anything or any of her. Each time they do it the experience is incredible.
The detectives have a tough case on their hands in “Anything, Anyone, Anywhere.” Based on the room, the woman is apparently back in town. For Hymie Winkleman the last three days have either been heaven or hell. She isn’t through either.
It was a long night at the bar in “Boots ’N’ Booty.” Finally the married man is home and his wife Jennie is willing and ready. While his wife has a power of her own, so do his boots.
Poindexter really wanted to kill his wife in “Night Deal.” He just couldn’t do it. Maybe the stranger can help him if they make a deal.
As he did with his detective stories, author Michael Bracken uses graphic sex as just one of the elements in these 24 tales that span the gamut of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The women are often very well endowed, blonde, and too beautiful to be true or real. The men are often desperate, for one reason or another, living lives right on the edge. Alcohol is involved from time to time in tales where graphic and detailed sex is guaranteed.
The tales in Microchick are good ones. All are complicated and frequently have multiple twists that encourage the reader to consider other possibilities. Microchick: Erotic Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror is another very good read from author Michael Bracken and only intended for adult readers.
Microchick: Erotic Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror
(Estimated print length 157 Pages)
Material provided quite some time ago in exchange for my objective review.
Kevin R. Tipple © 2012