The Candy Box - Kojo Black



*Book source ~ Many thanks to Sweetmeats Press for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.


The Candy Box contains two lovely and yummy sections that contain within them additional delicious stories. The first section is about the Candy Cottage where Madame Beatrice reigned and many erotic adventures were experienced. This section contains five separate tales. After the five Candy Cottage stories there are Director’s Commentaries for each scene giving interesting behind-the-scenes information about their journey to film. The other section is about the Harward Girls Academy of Music and also contains five delicious stories followed by the Director’s Commentaries for each as they were turned into film.


Candy Cottage

  1. The Madame ~ 4.5
  2. Candy Girl ~ 4.5
  3. Lunch Break ~ 5
  4. Short and Sweet ~ 4.5
  5. Favorite Friends ~ 5


The Harward Girls

  1. Lydia’s First Lesson ~ 4.5
  2. Jackie’s Duet ~ 5
  3. Water Music ~ 4.5
  4. Sweet Harmony ~ 4.5
  5. Exquisite Quartet ~ 4.5


All of the stories are hot and well-written. Some appealed to me more than others, but they are all yummylicious with a diversity to satisfy almost any appetite.


The Director’s Commentaries are a very interesting addition. I’m the type who likes extras on DVDs so these greatly appealed to my streak of curiosity. And I wouldn’t mind adding these films to my collection. *winks*


The illustrations are divine. They are so life-like they look like photographs. Simply divine. And drool-worthy. 


My favorites in each section:

Lunch Break

Jackie's Duet