||Aug 16, 2009
Amber Quill Press
Beauty & the Bigfoot - A Paranormal/comedy
See all of Kelli's romances on her site: www.KelliWilkins.com
Tara’s world is anything but normal. Her father is known as the resident crackpot – just because he’s on a personal mission to catch a Sasquatch.
Despite all of the “Bigfoot evidence” cluttering their house, Tara never really believed in Bigfoot – until the day her father brought him home. She affectionately names her father’s prized catch ‘Joe’ and discovers there’s something oddly familiar – and erotic – about him.
With a media circus descending on her father’s ranch and a showdown brewing with the local sheriff, Tara risks her life to save Joe. When Tara finally succumbs to her animalistic urges, she learns that Joe is not exactly who – or what – he seems. Joe is more than a Sasquatch – he’s her soul mate!
He squeezed her breast and a low moan escaped her throat. Every time she took a breath, all she smelled was the heady scent of flowers mixed with musk. Her body felt dizzy and heavy, like she was being drugged.
Joe licked her neck while he fondled her breasts. Her lower body throbbed, and a slick heat built between her legs. If she kept her eyes closed, she could pretend Joe was a guy she’d just met and they were out for a good time…
Part of her knew this was nine different ways of wrong, but another part of her wanted to do what came natural. It was obvious what Joe wanted, and honestly, she wanted it, too.
Tara repositioned herself so she was kneeling on either side of Joe’s hairy hips. She glanced down at his penis. It had to be at least ten inches long, and she wasn’t sure he was fully erect.
“Wow! You are a big boy, aren’t you?” Joe sniffed the air, then slipped his hand between her thighs. She shivered as he touched her. What was Joe thinking? How did he know how to do this? Right now, none of that mattered. “Yeah, that’s good. Keep going,” she whispered.
Joe swirled his finger around her wet folds, taking his time and rubbing her slowly. After a minute, he pulled his hand away and made a noise that sounded like a combination of a grunt and a growl.
She got the hint. Her body ached and pulsed, desperately needing to be filled, and Joe’s huge cock would certainly do the trick. “Did you ever have sex? Do you know what’s coming next?” She giggled at her own joke, then slowly lowered herself onto his thick shaft.
Tara moaned as her body molded and stretched around him. It had been six months since her last date, and Joe’s penis was twice the size of her last lover’s—in width and length.
“My God, you’re huge,” she whispered.
The hard feel of him touched a hidden place deep inside her…
This is one story where you will laugh and sigh all in one reading
4 Coffeecups! "I thought this story was going to take a weird and strange turn when I first started reading it. A large sigh of relief escaped my lips when I discovered it to be a regular love story with an odd twist. I enjoyed this book a lot. I have always been fascinated by the idea of Bigfoot and the author heightened my curiosity by adding a hint of the Native Americans’ belief. Tara’s father, Charlie, adds a certain comedic flair to this book. His dedication to Bigfoot and not caring about public opinion won my heart. This is one story where you will laugh and sigh all in one reading."
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More
This story was a hoot and a half, and Ms. Wilkins has definitely been placed on my “authors to be watched” list because of it.
I could use a lot of words to describe Kelli A. Wilkins’ BEAUTY & THE BIGFOOT, but if I had to narrow it down to just one summary word, it would be this: fun. I knew I was going to be in for a treat when I picked this novella up; there was just no way that a story with a title such as this could take itself seriously. I mean c’mon…love with Bigfoot? Sex with Sasquatch? How far-out is that? I am delighted to report that I was right. This story was a hoot and a half, and Ms. Wilkins has definitely been placed on my “authors to be watched” list because of it.
In light of the fact that the hero and the heroine are not the same species in this story, I want to dispel any potential freak-outs in advance. This is not bestiality. BEAUTY & THE BIGFOOT skirts around the threatened taboo by making it very clear that Joe is more than just a Sasquatch. Ms. Wilkins does an excellent job of bringing Tara and Joe together, however unbelievable such a romance might be, and she does it with wit and a humor that is completely irresistible.
This story brims over with amusing characters. We have a cute, horny and funny heroine, her father who teeters on the brink of being a certified nut case, and a Sasquatch with a dirty mind. In addition, we meet a pot-bellied trigger-happy redneck sheriff, a pack of smarmy newshounds, and an entire small town who thinks Tara and her father are liars and frauds.
I found myself grinning and even laughing out loud a number of times as I read this story. Tara’s smart mouth, her horror at being attracted to the Sasquatch, and her incessant prattle to Joe even though he can’t really understand her make her incredibly likeable. Her father is the quintessential picture of the nutty crackpot who has been vindicated after so many years, calling the media and the press to show off his find. We want to dislike him because of the media circus he creates around Joe, but we can’t help but like the guy. And then there’s Joe. He is, well, a Sasquatch. He’s big, hairy, smelly, and kind of strange-looking, but he is also intriguing. We see that there is something under the hair, and we wonder about who he is and how he came to be in this situation.
I quite enjoyed reading BEAUTY & THE BIGFOOT. It is a quick and easy read, entertaining, and even sexy at times. And now that I’ve “discovered” Ms. Wilkins writing, I am definitely going to have to explore her backlist of stories. And maybe sign up for her newsletter as well.
--Bobby, Reviewer, Bookwenches
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