Sisters (But Not Like That) | Matt’s Smut Vault

Smut Vault time once again! We’re grinding towards the end of a wet and wild 2019, and I’m quite sure today’s author has some ideas as how to keep the grinding going for a just a little longer. Today’s author is a revisit of sorts, and was actually one of the first erotica authors to give the Smut Vault a try, offering their world up for “professional” review. I’m beyond grateful and I hope today’s review keeps the good vibes going as we look towards new and exciting ideas for the Vault and TehBen.com in 2020. Y’all are amazing and I love each and everyone of you. Now before I start to cry, let’s strap in, and, uh.. strap on!

It’s back to school for the naughty boys and girls of THE VAULT.

Sisters (But Not Like That) by Sorcha Rowan is (and let’s get this out of the way early) about sorority sisters Jessica and Roberta (known as Bobby) that are closer than any “family” could ever hope to be. Jessica is regarded as straight, and is dealing with heartbreak from some boy or some similar malaise for what’s surely the tenth or so time this year. Always there to comfort her is Bobby, who while I won’t make an assumption about her overall sexuality, is madly into Jessica sexually and emotionally. Today was finally enough, as Bobby makes an assumption about Jessica’s inability to see Bobby in this way…which is quickly debunked by a firm romantic kiss from Jessica. Friends for life and turning into lovers sounds wonderful, but this couple quickly begins to learn some of the bumps in the road that they’ll have to endure as a true romantic couple.

The finest mark of this story (to my mind) has to be the examination of the challenges to their lesbian relationship. Bobby and Jessica’s love is of course without question, and emphasized by the amazing sex scenes. In between the steamy moments, there are firm doses of reality, as not everyone in their lives is going to be diving in for the big win. Jessica comes from a conservative family, and that’s going to be tough sell in itself, but there’s a more local problem to address as well. One particular member of the sorority house has taken notice of this new love, and makes it known that she has a serious problem with it. The exchange had an odd hitch, and Bobby merely counters that the stuck up bitch is in dire need a good girl-fucking herself…

Be sure to consult your doctor about pussy hunger.

Despite this unusual exchange, the rest of the budding relationship’s qualities are both wonderful and wonderfully written. I’m rooting for this pair, and the earnest sexual moments between a person new to this style of love making, and the woman who’s loved her for her entire life…I mean how can we not appreciate that?!

Verdict: Sisters (But Not Like That) by Sorcha Rowan counters the growing standard of lesbian erotic fiction by including what goes on beyond the high intensity of the make outs and glass fogging fornication. The sex scenes fit the steamy standard we’ve come to know and love with this author, and the chemistry displayed won’t be undersold. While the sex is fantastic, the commentary on the difficultly of such a relationship is what’s going to be most remembered by this reader. Bobby and Jessica won’t be able to fuck all their problems away, but for the little things: what’s the worst that could happen? Game on.

Special thanks to Sorcha Rowan for providing a review copy of Sisters to TehBen.com. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Author’s Twitter: @AuthorRowan
Purchase Link: Amazon

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