Mechanical Vice

Morgan Hunter
Mechanical Vice
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
June 2015
ISBN
9781772333916
Genre
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

SUMMARY
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Meet S.A.S.H.A., a fully automated android designed solely for human gratification. No matter what your sexual orientation happens to be, Sasha can transform into any gender or mix thereof with a simple request. She's great at pleasing her customers, but a voice in her mind soon causes her to switch directives and give up everything she knows to be reality.
Is Sasha going mad or are the voice's deadly instructions the will of an outside source? As she begins the destructive affair, her limits become tested and her human-like feelings take there toll on her better judgment. Get ready for a tale of artificial intelligence and sizzling hot encounters that is sure to blur the lines of sexuality as you know it. What's your pleasure?
Be Warned:  f/f interaction, m/m sex, sex toys, anal sex, menage sex, violence

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Nov 09, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
85 people found the following review helpful
A female sex bot in concept is erotic and wide open for sexy shenanigans.

Sasha is an elite design where she can change to please any customer. For a story which promises sizzling hot encounters, most were lukewarm. Let me put in a few caveats. I read extensively and I love cyberpunk and robotic speculative fiction. I do come from an IT background. Lastly, I read several hundreds of new erotic books a year. The concept of this book appeals to a specific niche of readers who can be very critical. It requires a certain science background to make it meaty enough for the science geeks. It also needs to take the erotic fantasies of a geek and really bring it up a level. Because I can confidently state, many quiet kinky geeks are perverted deviants with a very creative imagination. Some of the scenes they share with me at BDSM events blow my mind.

This book would have been better for me if it spent less time trying to figure out the "deadly" instructions. The plot and erotic did not blend well. My recommendation is either take the sex out and focus on the suspense or make the suspense a soft secondary thread with a more intense erotic theme. Because the switch from sexual encounters to trying to figure out how Sasha is different didn't flow well. It reminds me a little of the movie Her but it lacks the character development and plot. The concept is good; the execution needs a bit more work.
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