What would you do if you could leap into your deepest fantasies?
The possibilities of what you could do, limitless?
To quit your dull repetitive nine-to-five in exchange for a world filled with danger, adventure and sex?
Look no further than Avarice: a virtual fantasy of debauchery and insanity.
Avarice: Fight monsters and people, kill creatively, get loot, level up, drink, and engage in mind-blowing sex.
A young man spends six years of his life savings in order to gain Avarice, the forbidden virtual–reality immersion software banned in multiple countries.
Between the gun-toting elves, the crafty goblins, sexy partners hungry for cramming, ramming, loading, thrusting; the numerous gangs and the sheer unlimited potential for violence, sex, alcohol and drugs, Avarice is every bit a fantasy world as it is a lawless, mad man’s paradise.
Yield to temptations in Avarice!
Throbbing action with lots of soaking ecstasy pouring from taut titillating holes!
Relentless, merciless and without a shred of protection!
Warning for raunchy, explicit sexual content and violence as this content is only for the mature and very naughty. Not for the faint of heart.
My Opinion: 153 pages, $3.99, Not available on Kindle Unlimited
This is a short story that’s over priced for the page count. It contains graphic sex scenes but isn’t a romance novel or sex story. It is LitRPG. It’s just set in a game world where players can do anything they want: drugs, sex, prostitution, mass murder, whatever. There is a progression of power for the main character, even if he does jump from levels 1 to 17 rather quickly. The combat scenes aren’t bad and the game mechanics described have some potential if this ends up being a serial story. The game world is set in modern setting. So, you get to see elves wielding revolvers and goblins using compound bows in a high rise city.
However, that potential is not really realized in this novel. A significant portion of the story, 40%, is just about the main character having sex or fulfilling some fantasy. Even if it makes sense in the context of the game world, it’s a lot of time that could have been spent world building, going on quests, or gaining levels.
One of the cooler and annoying ideas the novel has is when the main character uses a skill book, he’s transported into a mini game. In this case it’s a sensual dating simulation, but I can see some cool uses for this idea. However, in this case, the concept is used to justify a long sex scene the eats up the last 25% of the novel. Worst of all, no actual skill is gained at the end.
Score: 6 out of 10