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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #105 on: July 31, 2014, 01:03:35 pm »
J. T. Edson   17 Feb 1928 - 17 Jul 2014

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Female fight fetish[edit]
Almost all J. T. Edson books contained female fights. They are usually rough, well-described catfights between equally-tough women. For example, on "THE WILDCATS", we can read:

Calamity's idea of fun was to ride in, find a saloon, locate its toughest female employee and pick a fight with her. If in doing this Calamity could also embroil the rest of the saloon in a general free-for-all it made her day and she enjoyed it to the full. (...) Like some men would ride out of their way to meet a fast gun and pick a fight with him, so Calamity Jane sought out, to try conclusions with, any tough woman she heard about. Calamity felt some pride in her toughness and the notoriety it brought her way. She laid claim to the same talents as legend had it Madam Bulldog showed, so what would be more natural but that Calamity would ride over to Tennyson and see who was the better woman.

This is recurrent fetish on many Edson's books. Here is a partial list

- 'A Horse Called Mogollon' - Libby Shell, clad in Levi’s, fights Beatrice

- 'Calamity, Mark, and Belle' aka 'Texas Trio' (1989) - Calamity Jane vs Belle Starr; and saloon girls Jill vs Joy

- 'Diamonds, emeralds, cards and colts' - The whole book is basically an excuse to have a mud catfight.

- 'From Hide and Horn' - Dawn Sutherland vs Barbe de Martin

- 'Hell in the Palo Duro' - Belle Boyd vs Emma Nene

- 'Old Moccasins on the Trail' - Kidnap victim Mavis vs gang girl Florencia

- 'Ranch War' - Two women start fighting in a corral, roll down a hiil, take turns using a whip, end up fighting topless on the edge of a cliff and fall into water, still fighting.

- 'Renegade' - Rebel spy Belle Boyd vs Yankee spy Eve Coniston

- 'The Bad Bunch' - Calamity Jane vs Tawny

- 'The Bull Whip Breed' - Calamity Jane vs savate expert Jacqueline

- 'The Fortune Hunters' - Joan vs larger woman Marlene

- 'The Hide and Tallow Men' - Marlene vs Gianna

- 'The Law of the Gun' - Sallie the Goat vs Maggie Gallus, saloon brawl

- 'The Quest for Bowie’s Blade' - Belle Starr vs Belle Boyd, fight by the river

- 'The Quiet Town' - Arranged fistfight in Bearcat Annie’s saloon: Eeney Hoffman vs Olga Petrosky, fight between Eeney Hoffman and Bearcat Annie

- 'The South Will Rise Again' - Belle Boyd vs Baroness Virginie

- 'The Texan' - Saloon girls fight, Iris vs older woman Pauline

- 'The Town Tamers' - Wrestling match in a saloon between Taffy Davies and Fran Markie

- 'The Trouble Busters' - Buffalo Kate Kilgore vs Miss Freddie Woods in a saloon brawl

- 'The Wildcats' - Calamity Jane pick a one hour long brawl against saloon owner Madame Bulldog only to enjoy discovering who is the better woman. Plus: Madame Bulldog teach Viola who is the new boss, and professional gamblers Poker Alice vs Madam Moustache fight about the best table to play poker.

- 'Trigger Master' - Two wrestling matches in a ring, described in a sexy manner.

- 'Troubled Range' - Salon brawl; Belle Starr vs Calamity Jane. Then there's an outdoor fight between Tilda-Mae, a mountain girl, and Jaya, an oriental girl. The third fight is between Cattle Annie and Little Britches, which starts in a cabin and ends up out doors.

- 'Waco’s Debt' - Mary Anne Catlan vs Della Christine, outdoor fight

Also Bunduki Series

Blonde Genius - Amanda Tweedle and Penelope Parkerhouse

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #106 on: August 11, 2014, 06:57:29 am »
I don't know if this has been mentioned, but Destroyer #109 - American Obsession is a pretty good story.  It deals with both male and female muscle growth.  Written by Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir.

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #107 on: August 11, 2014, 07:56:34 pm »
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http://www.amazon.com/American-Obsession-Destroyer-109-Series/dp/037363224X

I don't know if this has been mentioned, but Destroyer #109 - American Obsession is a pretty good story.  It deals with both male and female muscle growth.  Written by Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir.

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« Reply #108 on: August 11, 2014, 08:05:28 pm »
what the muscle summary for this book?


Subspace Survivors - E. E. "Doc" Smith

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Family D'Alembert

Tzar Wars series by Stephen Goldin.

Audio books also available.

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #109 on: August 12, 2014, 08:57:22 pm »
The Chameleon's Shadow  by Minette Walters

A 250-pound lesbian weight lifter and doctor named Jackson playes a promione trole in this novelle/drama about a british soldier which mens are blew up in iraqi.

They have a fight and her body is described in a lot of details.  ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #110 on: August 13, 2014, 07:14:23 am »
The Chameleon's Shadow  by Minette Walters

A 250-pound lesbian weight lifter and doctor named Jackson playes a promione trole in this novelle/drama about a british soldier which mens are blew up in iraqi.

They have a fight and her body is described in a lot of details.  ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #111 on: August 13, 2014, 07:18:05 pm »
The Cleric Quintet Book 1: Canticle. A monk named Danica, the main character rubs on the hard, rolling muscles of her stomach

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #112 on: August 15, 2014, 09:41:56 am »
The "Demon Cycle" fantasy series has some good characters to note here.  Series starts with "The Painted Man" book, the author is Peter V Brett.

Renna Tanner is the main one, as she becomes increasingly strong, fast and powerful from the end of the 2nd book and through the 3rd.  There's lots of descriptions of her using her strength fighting, and she definitely carries the lead (male) character to safety at least once.  Cant recall her being described as particularly muscular though.

There are lots of minor female characters described with some muscle and strength.  A highlight being Wonda Cutter who is described as very tall and muscular - she is a kind of amazon warrior woman.

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #113 on: August 26, 2014, 10:26:01 am »
The Golden Amazon by John Russell Fearn

From Wikipedia

The Golden Amazon (1944)
The Golden Amazon Returns (1945; 1949 variant title The Deathless Amazon 1953 Canada)
The Golden Amazon's Triumph (1946; 1953)
The Amazon's Diamond Quest (1947 as "Diamond Quest"; 1953)
Twin of the Amazon (1948; 1954)
The Amazon Strikes Again (1948; 1954)
Conquest of the Amazon (1949; 1973 chap)
Lord of Atlantis (1949; 1991)
Triangle of Power (1950)
Amethyst City (1951)
Daughter of Golden Amazon
Quorne Returns
The Central Intelligence (1953)
The Cosmic Crusaders (1955)
Parasite Planet (1955)
World Out of Step (1956)
The Shadow People (1957)
Kingpin Planet (1957)
World in Reverse (1958)
Dwellers in Darkness (1958)
World in Duplicate (1959)
Lord of Creation
Duel with Colossus
Standstill Planet
Ghost World
Earth Divided
Chameleon Planet (with Philip Harbottle)

Intro by Phillip Harbottle to Daughter of the Amazon.

The Golden Amazon, was published by World’s Work in April 1944. In this story a young girl is made the subject of an idealistic scientist’s illegal glandular experiments. The scientists dream is to end wars by creating a woman devoid of the frailties of mankind, who upon reaching maturity would institute a benign scientific rule. But the apparently successful experiment has a flaw: it instills into the girl a hatred for all men, and a ruthless cruelty. Her supernatural scientific gifts enable her to master atomic power, and practically leads her to destroy the world. She breaks the will and strength of men, and elevates women to positions of wealth and power.

 
     


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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #114 on: August 26, 2014, 04:25:56 pm »
Here are my recommendations:
Jeremy Robinson
Not wishing to totally disagree with one of the earlier posts, the Pulse series does indeed feature a well-muscled woman, however to describe her as a heavyweight bodybuilder is a bit of an exaggeration.  However, I would recommend another Jeremy Robinson series, Project Nemesis. The first book, Project Nemesis, introduces the character, Sheriff Ashley Collins, who turns into the love interest of the main character.  In this book, she is portrayed as very fit (i.e. fitter than the main character in terms of running etc) with a strong curvy body.  However, in the second book Project Maigo, there are more references to her being large muscled and strong.  A few examples:
1.   the main characters jokes with her about being more buff than him which she replies “that’s the way you like it”.
2.   She carries an unconscious man over her shoulder in a time of crisis
3.   Another character needs her help, and begins with the request “this is where you come in, Muscles”
You need to read them in order.  When my wife got to the 2nd book, she knows about my interest in large muscled women, she said “I know why you liked this book!!!”.  A very good read even without the muscle woman.

Modern Ranch Living – by Mark Poirier
Features a 17 year old female bodybuilder as one of the main characters.  An unusual read but good all the same.

The Realm of Ashenclaw Series – by Gary Vanucci
A Lord of the Rings type read which features a beautiful female barbarian who is one of four main characters.  She is portrayed as hugely muscled.  There is chapter where she is challenged to an arm-wrestle in a tavern whereby the “big man” is put down by her enormous bicep which is larger than his.  There are four books in the series.  A good read but sometimes hard to follow (author’s writing style).

The Daniel Series – by David Rory O’Neill
Saved the best till last.  There are a large number of books in this series which basically chronicles the life of the three main characters from their early 20s to later in life.  The books are mixture of espionage, thriller and love/relations.  The books are quite erotic in places, which is something I don’t tend to go for, but when one of the main characters, Lauren, is a beautiful blonde large muscled amazon, then I don’t mind at all.  The descriptions of Lauren’s large muscled strong body feature numerous times throughout each book and is clearly written by an author who is attracted to this type of body shape.  Many mentions of her strength are also mentioned (i.e. there is a scene where Lauren is working on an old vehicle, in shorts, sports bra and baseball cap.  Another character walks in and marvels at Lauren’s huge tanned muscles whilst she is working.  The other character offers help and they realise that they need to raise the vehicle.  The other character states that they haven’t got a jack to life it and Lauren replies that you are looking at the jack and promptly lifts the heavy vehicle easily – with big descriptions of her huge thighs bulging etc).  As a side note, there is an interesting new book that this author is working on, I can see from his blog, which is called Rachel’s Walk.  The description of this book is:
This follows Christopher who lets crushing shyness stop him pursuing the nextdoor school girl of his dreams. Later as adults they meet again. She has transformed herself from the overweight schoolgirl he knew into a powerful woman, a serious bodybuilder with a dangerous career in the military. Another look at sexual roles and role reversal.
Anyway, David Rory O’Neill is highly recommended.

Happy reading....

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #115 on: August 26, 2014, 09:35:05 pm »
Great job.


 :singing: :blah:
Here are my recommendations:
Jeremy Robinson
Not wishing to totally disagree with one of the earlier posts, the Pulse series does indeed feature a well-muscled woman, however to describe her as a heavyweight bodybuilder is a bit of an exaggeration.  However, I would recommend another Jeremy Robinson series, Project Nemesis. The first book, Project Nemesis, introduces the character, Sheriff Ashley Collins, who turns into the love interest of the main character.  In this book, she is portrayed as very fit (i.e. fitter than the main character in terms of running etc) with a strong curvy body.  However, in the second book Project Maigo, there are more references to her being large muscled and strong.  A few examples:
1.   the main characters jokes with her about being more buff than him which she replies “that’s the way you like it”.
2.   She carries an unconscious man over her shoulder in a time of crisis
3.   Another character needs her help, and begins with the request “this is where you come in, Muscles”
You need to read them in order.  When my wife got to the 2nd book, she knows about my interest in large muscled women, she said “I know why you liked this book!!!”.  A very good read even without the muscle woman.

Modern Ranch Living – by Mark Poirier
Features a 17 year old female bodybuilder as one of the main characters.  An unusual read but good all the same.

The Realm of Ashenclaw Series – by Gary Vanucci
A Lord of the Rings type read which features a beautiful female barbarian who is one of four main characters.  She is portrayed as hugely muscled.  There is chapter where she is challenged to an arm-wrestle in a tavern whereby the “big man” is put down by her enormous bicep which is larger than his.  There are four books in the series.  A good read but sometimes hard to follow (author’s writing style).

The Daniel Series – by David Rory O’Neill
Saved the best till last.  There are a large number of books in this series which basically chronicles the life of the three main characters from their early 20s to later in life.  The books are mixture of espionage, thriller and love/relations.  The books are quite erotic in places, which is something I don’t tend to go for, but when one of the main characters, Lauren, is a beautiful blonde large muscled amazon, then I don’t mind at all.  The descriptions of Lauren’s large muscled strong body feature numerous times throughout each book and is clearly written by an author who is attracted to this type of body shape.  Many mentions of her strength are also mentioned (i.e. there is a scene where Lauren is working on an old vehicle, in shorts, sports bra and baseball cap.  Another character walks in and marvels at Lauren’s huge tanned muscles whilst she is working.  The other character offers help and they realise that they need to raise the vehicle.  The other character states that they haven’t got a jack to life it and Lauren replies that you are looking at the jack and promptly lifts the heavy vehicle easily – with big descriptions of her huge thighs bulging etc).  As a side note, there is an interesting new book that this author is working on, I can see from his blog, which is called Rachel’s Walk.  The description of this book is:
This follows Christopher who lets crushing shyness stop him pursuing the nextdoor school girl of his dreams. Later as adults they meet again. She has transformed herself from the overweight schoolgirl he knew into a powerful woman, a serious bodybuilder with a dangerous career in the military. Another look at sexual roles and role reversal.
Anyway, David Rory O’Neill is highly recommended.

Happy reading....

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #116 on: August 27, 2014, 03:39:38 am »
Modern Ranch Living.


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Trying times in Tucson for a teenager and her neighbor.

Set in the same Arizona city as his story collection, Naked Pueblo (1999), Poirier’s second novel tracks the lives of 16-year-old Kendra Lumm and 30-year-old Merv Hunter. Kendra has been lifting weights since she was ten and now has a magnificently muscular body, but she’s not a happy camper; she pushed older brother Thomas so hard she broke both his arms. Now she’s seeing a counselor, though the reason for her anger is not hard to find. She’s not nearly as smart as skinny Thomas, and her mangled speech is as embarrassing as acne. Might she be a retard, she wonders dismally? Neighbor Merv is not much better off. True, he likes his job as manager of a waterslide park, but he doesn’t have a girlfriend and still lives with his mother, who may be going crazy—Kendra saw her in the desert clutching some electrical appliances, and escorted her home. Neither of these unhappy people is sympathetic. Kendra’s hair-trigger temper is a turnoff, and Merv is a sad-sack. Instead of a plot, we have a question: What’s behind the disappearance of Kendra’s former boyfriend Petey Vaccarino, and is it linked to a bunch of sinister meth-heads? But Petey is a fringe character, and the meth-heads are here for atmospherics, a backdrop for characters always on the boil. Kendra and homeboy Miguel want to have sex, but they end up screaming obscenities; Merv does have sex with Melissa, a knockout, but that ends in recriminations, too. Even a poetry class at the community college dissolves into name-calling. Somehow it’s no surprise at the end when Merv, who should be on top of the world after a terrific job upgrade, looks at his mother, by now a recovering lunatic with a sharp tongue, and decides he wants to break her jaw.

Bad vibes and sadistic fantasies are all that keep this limp story afloat.

Brief Description.

By the time she hit junior high, she was worked, thick with muscle and intimidating to some of her teachers. Her abdominals were like six caramel apples, and her shoulders were as wide as an Olympic swimmer's. At home, she walked around in her sports bra, on display, pausing to flex in mirrors and snack on protein.

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #117 on: September 01, 2014, 05:25:48 pm »
I think Lisa Cross's book has a muscular women as the main character.


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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #118 on: September 01, 2014, 10:28:31 pm »
Interesting thread. I'm going to chuck in four big-selling, world-reknowned books from hugely respected authors. All feature (if not that centrally) muscular females:

1. "Hannibal" by Thomas Harris - everyone knows this one, right? The main villain is Mason Verger, who is all bitter and twisted because, in his earlier life, Hannibal Lektor eats his face. Anyway, the female muscle in this book is provided by Margot, Mason's sister. She is described as being a very, very large bodybuilder. Huge arms. I'm thinking "Shawna Walker with cropped hair". THAT big. Anyway, in the book Margot eventually kills Mason. When the film was finally made of course, FBB-lovers were excited to see who would play Margot and then disgruntled when they cut her from the film entirely. SHE KILLED MASON!! How is she not in the film!? Diabolical.

2. "Last of the Amazons" by Steven Pressfield - Pressfield is arguably the greatest author of those sweeping, epic sagas set in "olden times". Entirely fiction, but based very much in reality, Pressfield stays usually within medieval, or Roman, or Greek times. This particular book is a (sort of) follow-on to another one of his greek epics. To cut a long story short, a Greek King marries the Amazon Queen, Antiope, and the other Amazons see this as a great betrayal and march on Athens to massacre everyone, basically. Within this story is a thread of a young girl being trained to be a warrior. Some of the best imagery in the book (muscle-femme-wise anyway) is when the young girl is studying the other Amazons when they are training, exercising, fighting etc. She is stunned by their strength and size, and there is also a scene where one of the more fearsome Amazonian warriors gets in a stand-up fight to the death with a Greek male soldier, and effortlessly kills him.

3. "Black Sunday" by Thomas Harris - again Thomas Harris writes about a fearsome female warrior in one of his books. This one is basically about a terrorist plot to murder lots of Americans at a sports game, if I remember correctly. Anyway, the FBI, the CIA, and Mossad are all involved. I can't remember how they all fit in and who wants to kill who, but one of thte Israeli women is Mossad, or something close enough to Mossad. She's a beautiful, dark-haired operative who is deadly-skilled in hand-to-hand combat. She's not in the book all that much, and sees less action than you would hope, but there is a scene where she basically beats the living tar out of a man with, effectively, a single punch.

4. "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest" by Steig Larsson - EVERYONE knows this one, right? Monica Figuerola, the 6 feet tall, bodybuilding cop, who becomes the love interst of Mikael Blomkvist. Towards the very end of the trilogy, she gets in to a fight with the man she wants to arrest, and cleans his clock out with a punch at half-force. The woman is, essentially (and in my opinion anyway), Marika Johansson if she were a cop. They've made a Swedish film of this with Monica Figuerola in it!!! And no, she's not at all muscular. "Hollywood" will eventually make a version too, and I don't hold out much hope of Johanna Dejager getting the role  ;D.
Huh? Did you just copy n paste one of my posts as your own?

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Re: #READERS SHARE: Books with muscle/athletic woman
« Reply #119 on: September 02, 2014, 05:06:10 pm »
Most famous book would be "Chemical Pink" by Katie Arnoldi. It's an honest view into fbb admiration and the bodybuilding industry with all the dark sides too.


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