Aqua Erotica - erotic book by Three Rivers Press - review by Happy Camper

Aqua Erotica

Book by Three Rivers Press

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Bathtub Reading Should Be Good, Not Just Waterproof

It's waterproof and I love that. There's one really fetishistic take on The Little Mermaid, but most of the stories were disappointing. They didn't live up to the cool design that makes the book waterproof.
Waterproof, a few moderately good selections.
Pretty typical disappointing erotica.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
When I was twelve years old and a little bookworm, I would like to take long baths and pretend to be a mermaid except that it killed me that I couldn't enjoy my bath and read at the same time. I vowed that when I grew up I was going to laminate pages in such a way that I could sell waterproof novels. It was this flashback to my childhood, when I saw that this book was waterproof, that compelled me to buy this book.

While I'm happy to report that the book is in fact, for all intents and purposes, waterproof, that does not make up for the incredibly underwhelming content that makes up most of this book. The selections all revolve around water. The quality of the stories and the writing is really hit or miss in part due to it being a sort of anthology by a bunch of different authors. I found it to be like typical erotica. It made me giggle and did nothing for my libido, with the exception of a rather interesting take on the tale of The Little Mermaid. As far as I could tell, that was really the only part of the book that appealed to me, that I could digest and be even remotely aroused by. waterproof is it you might ask? Completely. That is not to say it is without its fallbacks. When I immersed the entire book in water, I took it out of the tub and laid it out to dry. When it dried I tried to flip through the book. While the pages were intact and the ink hadn't smeared, the pages did have a tendency to stick together. This doesn't detract from the book being waterproof necessarily, but it does make me inclined to say that you probably shouldn't submerge it underwater unless you really need to since page turning becomes problematic. Water will not damage it, only make it stick.

I wish that people would take this idea to other great novels such as Dracula and other erotic, or at least engrossing, pieces of literature. I hate to see it go to waste on this book.
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bath / shower
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Tub/shower/pool
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  • TitsMcScandal
    How many stories were in it? Why weren't the stories your taste? Who would the stories appeal to? What kind of erotica is it? How long are each of the stories?

    There is [bold\a lot] of missing information here.
  • liilii080
    Wow, I don't think I would have been bold enough to fully submerge it but glad to know it survived!
  • Kitty Stryker
    I've read "Wet" and really liked it- it's the sequel to this one. I personally enjoyed the variety of scenarios, but will admit that often erotica isn't smutty and filthy enough for me.
  • saunders1971
    good review
  • ViVix
    Waterproof is the best idea ever!
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