Want to find out what the critics are saying about Sakura von Sternberg? Check out some of the critical raves her works have received!

From BJ Taylor‘s ☆☆☆☆☆ Review of Necromantic Encounter: “This was an eloquently written and richly macabre story of sex… it is the best written erotica story I’ve ever read.”

From BJ Taylor‘s ☆☆☆☆☆ Review of Transfer Student: “The sex in this story…wow. It was brilliantly done. Perfectly written, inventive and just absolutely filthy which I loved.”

From Alana Melos‘  ☆☆☆☆☆ Review of The Erotic Adventures of Joan of Arc and Space Pirate Captain Cydd Yoshiba, Episode I: Maiden Voyage: “I love this book in many, unholy ways. The sex is fucking hot. The story is fucking fantastic… I laughed, I cried, it became a part of me. Ten out of ten nymphotherapist cumsluts.”

From Isabella Belucci‘s Review of  Transfer Student: “The author wasted no time taking you into the heat of the story. That’s heat, not heart, although there is plenty of both… I hope there is a sequel. I would like to follow their journey.”

From Sally Bend‘s ☆☆☆☆☆ Review of Slumber Party Succubus: “The language here is absolutely sumptuous, and the descriptions exquisite. You can feel the Gothic sense of dread surrounding the scene, at the same time as you can feel the sensuality emanating from the trio. Cold stone and sharp rocks. Hot bodies and soft flesh. The terrifying sexual dominance of Ardat-Lile and the delightful sensual submission of Alexa and Isabelle. It all works, with the fear and the drama serving to accentuate the lust and the excitement. It may have come a little too late for Halloween, but Slumber Party Succubus is still a gorgeous read.”

From JC Winchester‘s ☆☆☆☆☆ Review of Slumber Party Succubus: “Beautifully written story that starts out innocent enough but quickly ramps up the sex and the horror. Certainly not your traditional succubus character, this one has a lacking desire for mercy and a love of pain, both emotional and physical, making for a delicious antagonist. The girls are lovely little college kids, so naive and innocent, making for a lovely corruption. There are hints of the innocence remaining, little notes of it here and there that just heighten the struggles between giving in and remaining true to themselves.”

From Alana Melos‘s ☆☆☆☆ Review of Slumber Party Succubus: “I love Sakura’s writing. I LOVE IT. The way she writes her books glues me to the page, eagerly swiping to the next page. In her “real life”, she’s an English teacher and it shows. The word choices she uses are fantastic, evoking images and feelings which the regular erotic book wouldn’t. It’s… awesome, as in it fills me with awe at her ability to write.”


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