TGIF NSFW: King Kong Vs. Godzilla Reimagined as Trashy Kindle Romance

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It never ceases to astound me what bizarre genres seem to be a thing on Kindle. Last week, I happened across my first furry romance. I wonder if there is a market for kaiju romance?

Well, darn. This is a thing too!

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Enjoy this parody of the 1960’s monster show down movie King Kong Vs. Godzilla while I go weep in a corner.

King Kong Vs. Godzilla: A Kaiju Romance

When a giant fire-breathing lizard breaks free from a glacier and starts terrorizing Tokyo, the Japanese government comes up with a bold plan. Sending an expedition team to a remote Pacific island, they encounter King Kong, a giant ape worshipped as a god by the local tribes. Stunning him with octopus vemon, they fly him back to Japan to set the two colossuses on each other.

When the angry – yet lonely – gorilla lays eyes on Godzilla, it’s not the urge to kill that overwhelms his simian heart but love at first sight. It is the first time he’s ever seen a creature as big as he and Godzilla is whole ‘lotta lizard woman. But Godzilla is hard to impress. Kong might be able to bench press the Empire State Building and his masculine hairiness makes even her cold blood run hot, but she isn’t about to lay eggs for just anyone. She must test his strength to see if he is worthy of claiming her scaly hand in monster marriage.

After a whirlwind romance of boulder valley ball, the two monsters get to wrestling in middle of the capital. Only it seems that Godzilla wants to be pinned. Their ominous roars echo over the evacuated city but they don’t sound angry. The Japanese Self Defense Force realizes that their plan has gone horribly awry and they face the prospect of becoming a breeding ground for an ungodly ape-lizard hybrid. As they mobilize to throw everything they have at the two giant monsters, will this unlikely love story turn into a tragedy or will Kong be able to protect his new mate and egg litter?

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