Review: Stuck On You by Jasper Bark

Crystal Lake Publishing presents…

Warning! Do not buy this book, gentle reader.

No really, we mean it. Move along, click away from this page and go look at some Dino porn instead. We’re not kidding. The only reason we published it is because award winning author Jasper Bark has got some serious dirt on us. Honestly, there’s no other reason to put out something this depraved.

This is the sickest, filthiest and most horny novella you’re likely to read this year. It will turn you on even as it turns your stomach. Think you’ve seen everything there is to see in horror and erotica? Think again! Just when you think this story can’t get any lower it finds new depths to plumb.

Why are you still reading this?! Oh God you’re going to buy it aren’t you? You can’t help yourself. You’re going to click on that purchase button and download this little bad boy.

Well don’t say we didn’t warn you…


Guess there’s no more to say about it, then.

Okay, I’ll try to say something.

Stuck On You is the story of Ricardo, a guy who heads into Mexico to find some craft supplies for his wife. While he’s there, he meets who he thinks is a drug smuggler by the name of Consuela. He agrees to take her across the border and it doesn’t take long for things to heat up. Unfortunately, that’s all I can tell you without giving something away, which is a huge no-no.

Is this book erotic? Yes, in places.

Is it disgusting? Yep, in parts it is very disgusting.

Is it as depraved as the book description wants you to believe? No.

There are some places that turned my stomach, but let’s face it. I read Matt Shaw, so I’m used to it. What I really liked is how quickly the story progressed and the unique twist at the end. Stuck On You is only about 40 pages long, and it packs quite a punch. All in all, this little story was well written and held my interest. What is more important though, is that it made me want to pick up more by this author. If he can turn a 40 page short story into something this dark, I can’t wait to see what he can do with a novel.


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