Monday, March 21, 2022

WtAFW: I Don't Care If My Best Friend's Mom is a Sasquatch, She's Hot and I'm Taking a Shower With Her by Lacey Noonan


Double-feature time! So I have this project called What the Actual F*** Wednesday where I devote one day a week to reading and reviewing the weirdest of the weird and, why yes, I do take requests. This book in particular came from my buddy, Mark, and I originally meant to review it several weeks ago, but then I got all wrapped up in my own publishing endeavors and basically let it fall to the side along with everything else.

I DON'T CARE IF MY BEST FRIEND'S MOM IS A SASQUATCH, SHE'S HOT AND I'M TAKING A SHOWER WITH HER is one of those books where the plot is neatly summed up in the title, 50s pulp movie style. The hero is acquainted with the she-squatch as a child when he goes to his buddy's Luke's house and sees that his mom, uh, is different. But then Luke moves and he kind of forgets about her until he sees him in a bar and goes back to his house to confirm.

And uh, yeah, there she is. But it turns out that she's being held prisoner and also she's in heat and also there's a twist at the end and also it's the new millennium so anything can happen. M.J. Edwards, is this you? Because after reading this book, I'm not so sure that it isn't.

As far as titles go, this one is pretty lit. I laughed for a good couple seconds when this showed up in my recs, and it made me shell out actual cash for this book (I know, I'm a fool). The writing itself is pretty bad, but I liked all of the 90s nostalgia. I felt like the author went the extra mile trying to differentiate this book from the legions of other Z-movie style bad erotica out there, and in this, I feel she succeeded.

It was still pretty bad, though.

1 out of 5 stars

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