‘Cannibal Cuties’, by Bo Noir, fuses the million-miles-apart exploits of love and cannibalism, set against the backdrop of British imperialism and war in the 1800s. Lord Dingleberry of Mounting Abbey knows that his days are numbered, and decides to spill the beans of his lustful exploits as a young man in the navy. Papua New Guinea and its people have some unlikely stories to tell, mixing up a pulp fiction cocktail that has to be one of the craziest erotic fiction books ever released.
Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/21/2014 -- Nobody can deny the boom in popularity that erotic fiction has enjoyed of late. Still, both readers and critics are currently crying out for wholly-unique new narratives that don’t succumb to recycling of the ‘same-old’ stories. Enigmatic author Bo Noir steps up to the plate with gusto; serving up a crazy new erotic fiction novel that spellbinds readers through love, war and…wait for it…cannibalism!
There’s nothing conventional about ‘Cannibal Cuties’, but Noir doesn’t claim to be a conventional writer. Prepare for erotic fiction’s rule book to be tossed out of the window for a read that audiences won’t be forgetting any time soon.
As he faces the last days of his life, the prim and proper Lord Dingleberry of Mounting Abbey sits back to tell the tale of his lustful exploits as a young navy man. There have been rumors for years among upper crust gossips about what really happened during the war.
Tonight, he’s going to spill his guts about what can go down in Papua New Guinea after dark. There, the hearts of darkness are served bloody rare and the nubile lovelies come ripe as red papaya. Cannibal Cuties is a coming-of-age jungle trip into the sexy savage land. Love and adventure are on the menu. And if he’s not careful, his arse will be too!
“It’s unusual to say the least; probably the most off-the-wall yet gripping erotic novel on the planet,” explains Noir. “Ultimately, it’s a love story that was inspired by the crass way the media and justice authorities work so diligently to cover up high-profile cases of sexual assault. Someone will eventually make the information public again, albeit often through the strangest of circumstances.”
Continuing, “In the 1800s, many fighting on behalf of the British Empire discovered cannibalism in the Pacific, and I’ve melded it together with a war-torn love story that breathes fresh new blood into a somewhat stagnant erotic fiction market.”
Noir hopes that this latest novel will defy any single genre and attract a far-reaching audience.
“Most erotic novels are written for females in their middle-ages; but know that, with the right narrative, their appeal can be much wider. Men will love this book, for example, as it’s a seat-of-the-pants adventure through war during a fascinating period in world history. Women will revel in the love elements and I hope everyone (even if only secretly!) finds their palms sweating as they tear through the erotic scenes. It’s powerful stuff,” he adds.
‘Cannibal Cuties’, from Gueraville Books, is available now: http://amzn.to/1wr8sc4
About Bo Noir
Bo Noir is the American Author of Night Walking, the first book written in English and Doge. He lives in Philadelphia with his family.