Review: “A Brief Vacation” by Ravon Silvius

TITLE: A Brief Vacation
AUTHOR: Ravon Silvius
SERIES: Erotic Cyborg Stories
PUBLISHER: eXtasy Books
COVER ARTIST: Angela Waters
GENRE: Erotica; Sci-fi
LENGTH: 30 pages
RELEASE DATE: July 18, 2017
PRICE: $1.99 –e-book


Silas has returned to Earth after living in space for nearly ten years. He doesn’t expect much except for bad memories of the surfing accident that injured him and convinced him to work as a cyborg for the government. But back on his old beach, he finds a sexy man named Peter who helps him to remember what he loved about the waves.

Silas is a cyborg. After a surfing accident when he was 20 years old, he looses his arms and accepted a contract with the government. Becoming a Cyborg with 2 artificial arms and spends 10 years in space doing research.

After 9 years, he returns for 1 week on earth for a brief week of vacation, and he mets Peter.
Peter is a human (at least a full human) and a surfing teacher. When he meets Silas, he recognized him, and tries to help him to overcome his fears.

It was a nice, brief hot story. It was short but effectively exactly what I needed as a break.

It was like eating a little snack when you’re hungry before dinner. This book was my little snack, simple, pleasant, effective, and it gave me a sweet time.

If you want to read something short and pleasant, while you wait for your kids at school, or in the waiting room of the dentist or doctor, it’s totally the kind of book that you need.

***The ARC was provided by eXtasy Books. My review is an honest opinion of the book***


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