"Tirrell's stepmother is serious: at the beginning she wishes she could confess to a priest, but she's too ashamed. The set-up here doesn't go for laughs; it's perfectly realistic: a mother and son watch old movies together -- on a "way-too-big flat screen TV my husband insisted on buying last..." Darren
"This is just the right mix of naughty and taboo, dirty and wrong, but the characters are so right, so intriguing, and I just want to keep reading about them forever." Stephen G.
"Another well written tale by Tina. I had a different idea what the story would be, but I'm glad I was set straight. This time, she tinkers into the world of taboo. Tina does a good job with Stan's growth through this story, as to have Stan's taboo problems taken care of during this tale is..." Phillip Marzette
"I love those "naughtier" subjects, and when I heard of Tina Tirrell's's debut on the virtual shelves of erotica, I had to take a peek. I write so much that I usually forget to read what's hot, but one area that I haven't played around in much myself is in that "just of age" genre. And don't..." Cheri Lille
"Only Tina Tirrell can make two related family members so naturally, erotically, join together in a compelling and believable matter. This is the most intense erotica ever!" Dan Johnson