Russell Rittenhouse knows exactly what he wants: move from his job as a librarian at Bennett University to a professorship. Find a house. Find a wife. The American dream! And his fantasies revolving around “Goddess,” a pinup magazine featuring women with the extraordinary gift of size-shifting—well, those are just fantasies.
Kailani, the beautiful otter princess of a tiny Pacific island, is an unexpected complication. Yet she might be the key. If Russell can sway her to go along with a millionaire’s schemes for a hotel on her island, his professorship—his life plan—is assured! What could possibly go wrong?
Goddess is the first short novel from Arilin Thorferra, the founder of “The Giants’ Club” and an acclaimed macrophile storyteller.
Author: Arilin Thorferra
Style: Literary Work
Parental Rating: NC-17 – Violent scenes, some sexual scenes
Publication Date: January 2015
As a fan of Arilin Thorferra’s past work—making it almost hard for me to believe that it took me this long to get to this tale—I’d be lying if I said I didn’t already have some expectations. Well, after the closing page, I can safely and proudly say that not only did “Goddess” exceed expectations and showcase Arilin’s already impressive resume, but it should be labeled as a perfect example on how macrophile storytellers have more to their craft than just what others may expect as only fetish material.
Thoughts, feelings, drama, love, humor, law, and other more dangerous elements all lie in wait for Russell Rittenhouse. The journey from beginning to end can really tug at your heart and other types of strings. But the feeling to succeed is present all throughout. Without revealing too much of what’s already been said, I’ll just conclude that, while labeled as a “macro” tale (and, oh yes, there certainly is content that fits that genre), in reality, it’s a tale for any 18+ furry to enjoy. Give it a read.