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Graffiti City: Cummageddon
Issue 3

Lounge singer, voluptuous Siren, and newbie superhero with the Sexual Liberation Underground Taskforce (S.L.U.T.), Lark Lambskin misses the Scottish clan she left behind in Eulalee Bayou. Though, more than anything, she yearns to reunite with her true love, Smoke.

Theirs was a forbidden romance, him being a weremuskrat and all, but a little interspecies romance never bothered a busty belle like Lark. Until her mama caught wind of their unsavory relationship, broke them up with a secret exposed, and sent Smoke packin'.

Now Smoke has weaseled back into Lark's life and committed another unspeakable crime: purloinin' the sacred MacCloud Cock Ring her family has protected for generations.

Lark sets out to take back her property and prove to her new boss and teammates at S.L.U.T. that she can handle every bit of filth Graffiti City slings her way. But she never expected the Testicle Twins, a pair of German heavies from the Legion of Absolute Domination (L.O.A.D.), showin' up at her door, demandin' the family jewel she no longer has, and not takin' nein for an answer.

Lark won't be able to sing her way out of this ménage à villains.

It's gonna be a very long, very hard night.

Griffin City is tea-bagged, motherfuckers. Long live Graffiti City.

92 pages, Kindle Edition

Published August 1, 2017

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Thor Cox

7 books7 followers
Thor Cox spends his days hunting frost giants in the land of ice and snow. When he’s not slaughtering jötnar, wrestling polar bears in the Svalbard, or carving magical runes from the bones of his enemies, he writes superhero smut.

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Author 49 books674 followers
July 29, 2017
Yep. I’m binge reading. My guilty summer pleasure, and how could I not? Five total “Issues”, coming one each month?

And let’s talk about the titles in this series:
A License to Jizz
The Spy Who Jizzed Me
Live and Let Jizz

^^^Tongue in cheek theme much?

Thor Cox is an author with a master plan. And it is dastardly, devious, totally dirty and starting to come together.

I want more of this one! An author who keeps getting better and better with each book . . . I am d-e-d with this one.

I can’t even. I don’t know where to start. Sweet Dee—ex-cowboy, transgender boy club owner with a soft touch? (And he’s only a secondary character). The Germanic Testicle Twins who unleash load upon load all over S.L.U.T. newbie Lark Lambskin (←Lambskin, hahaha!).

Then there’s the sacred MacLoud cockring. Third artifact. Protected by lounge singer Lark who has secrets of her own. Huge bayou secrets tied to a down and dirty, hot AF man/weremuskrat. *Snort* Yup. Complete genius all over. The sex is nasty filthy imaginative. The action is off the hook.

What happens when the mysterious, hysterically lisping Penist finally shows his face . . . and his junk?

L.O.A.D. has an agenda. Graffiti City is going down. Unless Lark can save the doomed metropolis from one more bad guy.
***ARC received for a fair and honest review***
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Author 29 books1,611 followers
October 8, 2017
I've read all five of the novellas in this series, and issue #3 is my favorite. Maybe it's the Scottish Southern belle club owner-turned-superheroine who can sing the pants off her customers (literally). Maybe it's the Testicle Twins, a pair of German Deutsche-bags who show up at Lark's door demanding that the siren turn over Clan MacCloud's Cock Ring or face ... punishment (SNARF!). Or maybe it's the reaction Lark gets from the Sexual Liberation Underground Taskforce’s (S.L.U.T.'s) switchboard operator, Misty Mountain Tits, when she confesses what happened with the bald, ofttimes blue-headed heavies. Whatever the case, this issue of Graffiti City: Cummgageddon is pure magic.

If you're on the fence about this series, read it when you need a really good laugh, and expect it to be completely over-the-top. You won't be disappointed. Thor Cox delivers in many more ways than one.
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