Jade |Release Blitz

Jade “A Please Me Novella” By J.J. Marstead
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My name is Jade Chase, yes, it’s original,
and my parents must have thought it was hilarious when they chose it. I’ve been
an orphan since the age of fifteen, my parents were killed, a hit and run. I’ve
been on my own really, sticking to myself, not getting close to anyone or anything.
My senior year was a blast, was the only
good thing that happened in my life since my parents died. David Sparks, or as
everyone else in school would call him Mr. Sparks ‘our Bio teacher’ was the
life changing change I needed. All the girls wanted him and I got him.
My rule is: No strings attached sex, Do NOT
get attached, NO relationships.
Five years later, here I am stripping…
‘Angel’ they call me on stage, but I’m anything but an angel.
And boom my life gets put in a blender when
Jared walks through those club doors. I never thought I would have to see the
likes of him again, he saved me he says, and he helped me he says. Well, he can
shove his arrogant ass out the door.
But little did I know, he’s here to stay
and there’s not a fucking thing I can do about it.
Two sexy ass guy’s in my life and I’m torn
about what the fuck to do.
There’s David… Then there’s Jared. Who do I
choose? Or can I have both? Does that make me selfish? Maybe it does but I
can’t help it.
“Lover boy, you want to come over here and
show me what you got? Or are you going to leave a good little girl like me go
unpleased?” He grins and his mood lightens.
He jumps on me, stripping me bare of all my
clothes, as soon as his head disappears between my legs, I’m in heaven. The
swipes from his tongue outlining my clit, then he moves his tongue from my clit
moving it up and down my slit, its pure ecstasy.
“Yes, like that. Fuck that feels so good,”
my voice comes out breathlessly.
He continues his assault on my clit but he
adds two fingers, hooking them up as he shoves them into my wet pussy, hitting
my sweet spot that makes me squeal out. He leans back on his knees and gets up
off the bed, taking his clothes off, flinging them anywhere; he looks down at
me with a lustful look then shoves his fingers back into my pussy.
“Do you like that, you naughty girl, do you
want my hard cock shoved into that tight pussy of yours?” Fucking hell, that’s
hot when he talks to me like that, it gets me so worked up. My pussy pulses.
I’m sure I’m leaking from his words alone.
“Yes, give it to me,” my voice full with
#HotAsFuck #StripperBitchPlease
#TwoGuysOneGirl #JadeRocks
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About The Author
J.J. Marstead lives in a quiet little town in Quebec, Canada. 
She is originally from a small Island in Canada called ‘Prince Edward Island’.
J.J. Marstead is the pen name; she wanted to have a pen name because it seemed pretty awesome.
Her real name is Jessica Martell, and no she is not ashamed of writing.
She loves to read and now she has taken up writing as a new adventure. 
She’s a stay at home mom, so she has plenty of time to think of naughty things to write.
Married to the love of her life of nine years,she has a lovely daughter who is seven years old,
and she has two dogs, full house.
Other Books by J. J. Marstead


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Fox’s Rocky Horror| Review


So let’s talk about what Fox did to this cult classic for a moment. I’d like to remind everyone that this is MY opinion and does not reflect those of TNE, but none the less, here we go.

Fox released the new Rocky Horror movie last night, and the comments have flooded in. While there are those that loved it, others thought it was terrible. We gave it a watch and here is what we thought. To expect it to be like the original is just stupid. There is no way anything could come close to the original Rocky Horror Picture Show, but Fox didn’t do a terrible job. Take the original, merge it with the shadow casts and throw in some high school musical or glee and that’s what Fox gives us.

Some of the costuming wasn’t the best (Like the ending scene… what was Riff and Magenta wearing…) and the actors did a good job with what they were given. But if you’re not into Glee or High School Musical, then you probably won’t like this version. It was great seeing Tim Curry in this movie and doing what he can. Laverne Cox did a good job filling the roll of Frank, and Adam Lavine as Eddie was a riot. Rocky was a sight, as always, but some of the acting was just over the top and felt like they forced the cheesy factor.

Some of the lyrics in the songs, even some of the lines were changed to suit what was changed for this version, and for anyone that watched the Tim Curry version, it took a little something away. By itself, it wasn’t terrible, and Fox didn’t totally butcher it, but when you look at the original version, it just doesn’t compare.

Honestly I didn’t enjoy it very much. I thought it was OK, but not something I’d watch again. The music didn’t really make me want to dance and while the costumes were fun, it just didn’t do it for me. But I never enjoyed High School Musical to begin with. However, if that’s your thing, then you may enjoy this version of Rocky.

If you haven’t seen the original, I do recommend you check it out. It’s a cult classic that everyone should have the chance to watch.

Let us know what you thought of Fox’s Rocky Live and what you think compared to the original. We’d love to hear from all of you!

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders| Review


Adam West’s Batman is something that is still iconic to this day. It was campy, cheesy and had its humorous parts, but Burt Ward, West and Julie Newmar put on one hell of a show. Cesar Romero played an amazing Joker and set the standard for all Batman shows to come. When this movie was announced, fans of the West Batman rejoiced and couldn’t wait for it to be released. West and Ward may not have been the first to bring the caped crusaders to life, but they are the most memorable and loved. Some nerds remember watching Adam West and Burt Ward don the costumes and play the rolls well, which led into the animated series that the 90’s kids will surely remember. If you’re a fan of Batman, you’ll love this film.

West, Numar and Ward reclaim their roles in animated form and continue on with the hijinks that is Batman and Robin. Penguin, Joker and Riddler join the cast with different voice actors than the original, but they do the voices justice. You can hear in the voices of West and Numar that age has taken its toll on them both, but it doesn’t change just how amazing they portray their characters. The campy feel is fully there and it is full of laughs. It takes a small dark turn, but none the less, they teach us lesson and makes us all shake our heads and fall in love with the duo all over again.

I loved every part of this movie. Hearing the actors that got me hooked on Batman return to their roles and play the parts like the old days was magical. The music was classic, and all the old villains returned for their little bit of action against Batman. There is so much that can be done with this based on the comics, and it sounds like there is a plan to bring more of these heroes to life. West and Ward do the voices in the New Animated Batman series, and Catwoman hasn’t changed.

If you haven’t seen West and Ward, be sure to watch the old shows before watching this movie, because that is the only way to understand the nostalgic feel this movie gives to the older bat fans out there. It will seem terrible and cheesy, but that’s what makes it great. They didn’t go too over the top, but you can’t help but to smile while enjoying the film.

Be sure to watch for Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, and let us know what you think of the film.

The Killing Joke Comic VS Movie| Review


I want to start off my saying this is an Opinion piece and in no way shape or form reflects on the opinions of everyone at the Nerd Empire. I openly promote a discussion on the topic and encourage other view points on the subject matter. If I offend anyone, I do apologize.

The Killing Joke movie has been released and I’m sure most of you have read, if not at least heard of the original comic with the same title. Both are equally as dark and DEFINITELY not for the young to read/watch. I will say, I enjoyed both equally as much and it was interesting to see what was similar and different between the two.


Starting with the movie, the whole story behind why Barbra left as Batgirl, to me, was pretty useless. Honestly there was nothing gained from the story aside from an insight into the relationship (Or lack thereof) between her and Batman. The purpose for adding that little bit is beyond me, though at the beginning there is a comment of wanting to show that things were different. Anyone that knows Batman is aware of this to some extent. That opening could (and should) have been taken away and the same effect would have been given to the movie. Aside from that, there were three additional scenes added that were small but gave just a little bit more to the story. After the batgirl story, we see Batman enter a storage unit where Joker clearly had some fun. Batman goes to talk to Joker, tries to clear the air and end the madness that has been their life, only to find that Joker has escaped. We learn what happens to Barbra to make her the Oracle, and Jim’s own words get thrown back in his face when it comes to how he wants to punish Joker Vs. Batman. Ending with Oracle was pretty sweet, but again not needed. The movie really did a great job in taking the comic and bringing to life the artwork and story of WHO the Joker was before he was created. We never learn a true name in the comic or movie, but it shows a man that wanted to provide for his wife and unborn child, and how one bad day screwed everything up.

The comic book was dark. We have no backstory of Batgirl, and it starts with Batman going to the prison to talk to Joker. The way it ends leaves things up to interpretation, both in comic and in movie. We see Batman and Joker laughing at a joke, but what happens? The artwork was beautiful and captured the twisted darkness that is The Joker. We see the back story and how simple mistakes that have good intentions can turn bad really fast. It really brings out a different side to the characters and just sits with you. You can’t help but to think about the characters to some extent and how the backstory changes things, even just a little bit.


I enjoyed both the movie and comic very much, and despite the things that were added to the movie, it was over all a good one to watch. I recommend picking up the comic of The Killing Joke if you haven’t already and reading it at some point. I do also recommend checking out the movie and seeing what you think of it. The artwork is great, and with voice actors like Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy, it’ll feel like watching the old tv shows all over again. I am so happy with the people they got to do the voices and the artwork. It really did feel like they took the comic book and brought it to life. There was VERY little differences between the two. Be sure to not watch this movie with small children around, and keep the comic away from small hands. Both are for MATURE AUDIENCES.



The whole comic and movie was a mind trip, but really brought some insight into the universe as a whole. Joker makes a comment “I’ve demonstrated there’s no difference between me and everyone else! All it takes is one bad day to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy. That’s how far the world is from where I am. Just one bad day.” That one quote perfectly explains what happened to Joker, and in the animate series, batman paraphrases this to Harley. Seeing that Joker had a wife and unborn child and how their death brought him to his knees, it explains why he cannot love Harley in return. It in NO way justifies the abuse he put her through, but there is at least a possible reason why he is incapable of loving her in return. We see just how much Joker and Batman need each other and as much as Batman doesn’t want either of them to kill each other, it probably is inevitable.


Target (Unwanted Soldiers Book 1) |Review


She was only supposed to be a Target—not become my everything.
I’m an Unwanted Soldier—an elite group of former soldiers which takes missions no one can complete, no matter the amount of money offered. I handle specific targets—the impossible ones.

Coming home from a mission in the desert, all I want is sleep. A visitor derails that plan with a file and a new mission: rescue Lauren Johnson from the abusive Presidential Candidate/US Senator Jared Richardson.

Lauren’s gray eyes got to me, left me powerless to turn it down. I only take the most remote and dangerous jobs. This one might have the biggest stakes of all—my heart.

I could be the next First Lady! But as the campaign heats up, my fiancé, US Senator Jared Richardson, is under more stress, and he lashes out at me. His staff looks the other way. I can’t just leave. My face is everywhere. My family and friends have all been pushed away. And Jared won’t let me go, even if I no longer want this.

My new bodyguard, Trick, protected me from Jared, despite the danger to himself from Jared’s henchmen. I’m not certain why he’s on my side, but he’s the only one I have, and I trust him. He helps me remember how things are supposed to be, and what I want from life. He makes me want so much more. If he’s willing to take these risks, surely I can have the courage to leave Jared and move on. If only Trick will move on with me…

Target is a full length novel with an HEA. It will end before 100% because it contains a Bonus Book – Kellen’s Redemption: Hell Raiders MC1 – for a limited time. Kellen’s Redemption is also a full length novel with an HEA. Additional 60k+ words.

  • This book contains adult situations, including violence, foul language, and sexual content


  • Possible Triggers for Domestic Violence, although descriptions are NOT graphic



This book was powerful. Aden Lowe wrote a story about a subject that isn’t all that talked about, and moreover, made the antagonist someone who felt he was untouchable. He captured the mindset of a victim and how they often felt that they could love them better or it was just a phase. None the less, Lauren got out and found love with a man that would protect her. I thoroughly enjoyed this read and cannot wait to see what the next book holds. Trick was a very well written character that started off as a bit of a dick (For very good reason) and showed that there is good out there for people if you just look hard enough. He fought to save a woman he never met and in the end found love and a family. He felt he could never give anyone a future and Lauren proved him wrong. While she thought she could love Jared better, or that she had no way out because of lost connections, Trick proved her wrong. He showed her that she could get out, and take down the man that threatened to kill her in the end. Lowe’s book is a hard one to digest, but as a survivor, it made me feel good to know that someone was helping to push the idea that abuse is never ok. Being that this is a male author just makes that even more powerful to me. He showed the darker side of abuse, even if there wasn’t anything too graphic, and proved that no one is above the law. While there is still a long way to go for change, he helped push the conversation along and even gave ways to help victims if needed. I hope others read this book and understand that abuse is nothing to ignore. I also hope this will make the conversations on abuse more powerful and we can start looking at how to help and protect abuse victims, both male and female.

If you, or anyone you know needs help, be sure to read out to RAINN or www.thehotline.org. Both are good places to start with getting tips and advice.

You can grab this book on Amazon, and be sure to add it to your TBR list on Goodreads!