Pleasure Port 27 by Kate Douglas

Pleasure Port 27 by Kate Douglas
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (43 pages)
Other: M/F, Voyeurism, Exhibitionism, Anal Play
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

An alien construct designed for erotic pleasure, Mira provides a sensual escape for weary travelers across the galaxy. Assigned to Pleasure Port 27, aka Earth, she’s aware she’s being watched.

No one can know she exists, but knowing someone watches her has given Mira a taste of true erotic pleasure. Before she kills her voyeur, Mira wants just one night with the man who is fascinated enough to spy on her.
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Once she meets Evan, however, it’s obvious one night won’t be enough. Is there a chance for love when one is merely a fabrication designed to provide pleasure, a chance to live as a real woman?

She was created to give men pleasure. He wants to give her pleasure, and maybe something more than that.

This tale had a deliciously slow buildup. I relished every scene that slowly but surely pushed Mira and Evan closer and closer to finally meeting each other and finding out if the spark they felt when she noticed him watching her through the window was something that would burn brighter once they were in the same room. It couldn’t have been written better or more clearly.

There was a plot hole involving Mira breaking a major rule that wasn’t explained well. Early on in the story, the audience was told that anyone would broke certain rules would face severe consequences for that action, so it came as a surprise to me to see what happened to this character after she stepped over that line and was discovered. I enjoyed everything else about the storyline, but not being entirely sure what happened here prevented me from giving the higher rating I would have otherwise chosen.

Not only did Mira and Evan have fantastic chemistry, the explanation given for why this was the case made a great deal of sense. I appreciated the fact that the author put so much thought into this part of their lives. It’s not something I’ve seen done very often in this genre, but it really made them come alive in my imagination. I’m looking forward to reading more from Ms. Douglas in large part because of how she handled this portion of the plot.

I’d recommend Pleasure Port 27 to fans of science fiction and erotica alike.


  1. Thank you for a terrific review, and I appreciate your criticism because your point is a valid one. That’s one problem that’s easy for an author to miss, because WE know why things happen, so why can’t everyone else? ?

    I wrote that one a long time ago, and only recently got my rights back. Will have to revisit and see if there’s something I can do to fill in the plot hole.

    • You’re welcome. I hope you’ll send more stories to us in the future. You have a wonderful imagination.

      • Thank you…my spouse thinks of it as a warped mind. I prefer your description! If you like science fiction, I have a series I hope to re-release this next year–two of them, in fact. Dream Catchers includes two novels and a novella, and I plan to include the novella with the first novel, and the StarQuest series is five novels and one novella. I’ll probably bundle them. First I have to write the next book in my Spirit Wild series.

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