"Camping" reminds me of the old one-liner, "Boy Scouts, Girl Guides." A brother and sister, he the epitome of the occupant of the Concrete Jungle, and she the great white huntress. The only trouble is they are out in the National Park, she well suited for the camping weekend, and him kitted out by the local Dumpster Brothers Outfitters. She forecasts the torrential rainstorm, and he soon finds out his years old Eagle Scout tent is rotten, mildew ridden, and leaks like a sieve! The poor guy is hypothermic, wet, and miserable.
The Rescue Bible tells us to keep warm and dry, by direct contact with the naked human body. Which begs the problem how quickly can Bro and Sis get back to civilisation to continue their newfound love. I just wonder, has she kept up with her BCPs? Do they continue the wonderful love they discover on the mountainside? Who do they name their first child after? I wonder ... Only fourteen years late with the review of a very good tale by an erotic Author of note.
I loved this story! Funny, entertaining, but truly erotic. Losgud, paints a great picture with his words, and it was a pleasure to look at it.
Read it, you'll enjoy it!
I like incest stories, particularly brother/sister ones. The problem I run into with most of them is that many authors have an easy method of "how the characters met", and because they didn't put much creative effort into that, they don't put much into the rest of the story. That, and a lot of authors seem to rely on the kink factor of the incestual sex to carry the whole story, and forget that plot and dialogue matter. Incest, like Mind Control stories, are some of the easiest to write, but some of the harder to write well.
In "Camping", Losgud lets his natural flair for sarcastic dialogue and storytelling flourish. This is not your average incest story.
Dan is our storyteller, a man who gets roped into going camping with his middle sister, Leah. Mishaps seem to follow poor Dan, at least in his own mind, as he goes from refusing to going camping to refusing to stick with an ancient tent that leaks when it rains.
The build-up to the situation that causes the sexual atmosphere is well done, in my opinion. If you don't like those folks that seem to always have a sarcastic complaint ready at mind, you might be turned off by Dan's constant griping. Personally, I found it hilarious and refreshing.
The sex scenes aren't written purely for stroke, but they are both sensual and exciting. The part with the peach was fun, and the howling at the moon comments were nicely placed.
Unless bro/sis incest is a squick, or you can't stand well done sarcasm, this one is a great read. Enjoy it!