Marvin and the Three Bears

Marvin has had a stressful time at work in Fairy Tale Land.  One of his Fairy Godmothers had accidentally used the sexed-up version of the Happily Ever After dust and now she was having some intense relations with the Big Bad Wolf and the Huntsman.  To make matters worse, his new Fairy Godmother grabbed the same sexy Happily Ever Dust and dusted Goldilocks and the Three Bears.  To try to salvage the situation, Marvin enters the fairy tale and finds himself in the midst of the three bears.  Momma, Papa, and Baby Bear, who isn’t a baby anymore, all turned human and they all want to take turns with Marvin.

Holy cow!  This novella is hot!  Unfortunately, the plot is a bit corny and, honestly, there isn’t much plot other than the Goldilocks and the Three Bears fairy tale that is switched up a little.  Add in the erotic interludes with each of the three “bears” and that is the entire plot.  Luckily, there is a hint of depth of the story towards the end that saves Marvin and the Three Bears from being cheesy.

Overall, Marvin and the Three Bears does erotica superbly.  Unfortunately, there is little depth of story or to the characters that leaves the reader bored towards the end.

Book Blurb for Marvin and the Three Bears

Length: Novella
When a novice Fairy Godmother accidentally drops some sexed-up Happily Ever After Fairy Dust on Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Marvin—second-in-command in Fairy Tale Land—jumps in to save the tale.
Taking over for Goldilocks should be simple, right? All he has to do is eat the porridge, sit on the chair and sleep in the bed. And when the Three Bears return home, run screaming from the house.
But the Fairy Dust has changed things…including the Three Bears. They’ve turned human. Baby Bear is no baby. Mama Bear wears black leather and wields a wicked paddle. And Papa Bear? Oh my…he’s going to make sure Marvin pays for the damage he’s done, inch by luscious inch. 

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2010 3.25