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Confessing to the Futanari Nun

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There's something special about the Sisters at this Catholic school. They're leading their students down a path of righteousness, obedience... and limitless sin. Unlike your average nun, God endowed these women with something that would make even the most rebellious Catholic schoolgirl sit up and pay attention. They soon learn that devoting yourself to God can be lots of fun once you get down on your knees.

CONFESSING TO THE FUTANARI NUN is Book 1 in the Hung Nuns series of erotica books. Look forward to over 11,000 words of the most salacious Sisters of God you’ll ever meet, and all the devilish indulgences they give their students, and each other. Amen!

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Published December 8, 2018

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Author 7 books26 followers
November 11, 2019
I went into this one not knowing much beyond the taboo connections between Catholicism and sexuality, and that futanari are undeniably extremely erotic beings.  It certainly makes for an intriguing combination and one that can't help but pique your interest.  You have to ask yourself a few questions, such as "If we consider God's crowning achievement to be creating and putting two naked people together that he imbued with healthy libidos and the urge to procreate, why would sex be a bad thing?", "If nuns are the brides of God, does that mean the Creator is polyamorous?", "Since 'bride' implies marriage and marriage carries the expectation of sex...?" and a few million more.

The story doesn't waste any time getting to the place that you expect simply from the title, but it does it in a way that is as sincere as it is sexually charged. Valenti doesn't mock or otherwise insult the church or its beliefs, instead showing that sensuality, sexuality, and spirituality can all be woven together into a harmonious union.  In the process, we learn about the forgiveness that is often preached and that it must begin with ourselves.  Conservative Christians and Catholics will undoubtedly get their panties in a twist, but mine were soaking wet and needed to be changed two or three times.
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Author 121 books301 followers
January 16, 2019
As much as I enjoyed my first taste of Ashe Valenti - and Futa Claus is Coming! was delightful - I really was not sure what to expect of Confessing to the Futanari Nun. There are so many directions in which a story of erotic blasphemy can go, and the line between cruel mockery and sincere homage is fine indeed.

I need not have worried or wondered, for Valenti has once again worked her sexual magic on a familiar piece of folklore and mythology. Yes, her futanari nuns are creatures of decadent delight, lovers who embrace the pleasures of the flesh, but there is a spiritual awareness to it all that makes the concept not just acceptable, but enviable.

The story opens on a voyeuristic note with a young woman seeking solace through the act of confession. We listen in as she is asked for greater, more explicit detail, and then watch as she is invited into the other side of the confessional, where the nun reveals she has something far better than a vibrating egg with which to fulfill the young woman's needs.

The eroticism of that confession is exquisite, with sumptuous detail and gorgeous language. Valenti knows how to tell a story, and how to make the telling of it as erotic as the story itself. Where the story really comes into its own, though, is with the introduction of a nun who is troubled by the acts of sexual excess she sees around herself. She wants to reveal all to the Church, but is conflicted by her own desires. Fortunately, the futanari nuns are wise, caring, sexual beings who know how to bridge the gap between sensual and spiritual. There is significant seduction to Confessing to the Futanari Nun, but it comes with spiritual and intellectual encouragement, shaping a story that is certain to leave the panties of religious purists in a knot, but which suggests faith and fetish can happily co-exist.


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June 4, 2022
I was hesitant to get into another book by Valenti, mainly because that last of I read by her ("Give the Witch Her Pleasure") didn't really click with me. As it turned out, once I started reading, I gobbled up all of this volume in one sitting - something that is highly unusual for me, even with smaller books.

From all of Valenti's works I have read, this is my favourite so far. It strikes a perfect balance between always giving you scenes to look forward to and also taking some of its time to develop characters and even some minor plot. Granted, there is one (1) three-dimensional character in this story, but I felt like all other characters were still not one-dimensional. The theme of sexuality and the question of whether it is agreeable with the Christian belief is something that all characters contribute something to by their ways of thinking and acting, thereby making them seem like there is some important internal struggle they are facing.

The scenes are also - in the fashion of Valenti - creative but not too unrealistic (speaking in terms of the futanari genre) and not only focus on the visual side of things but rather set their focus on how it feels. This is the one aspect that repeatedly puts Valenti's work above other erotic fiction I have read so far; this is no porn in book format, Valenti makes use of the internal voice and feelings of her characters she is able to convey to her readership by the medium of a book.

5/5
I will definitely read the next volume and am already looking forward to the third volume, which holds the telling but rather hilarious title of "Hung Nuns vs. Hijabi Futanari".
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