It was tentacle porn in words. Which is exactly what I expected but the title is rather misleading. No where is it actually mentioned that the creature she has a night with on the beach is actually C’Thulhu, or maybe it was and I didn’t notice it. The book is only a short story that immediately gets into the nitty gritty of why anyone would read this. I sort of knew what I was getting into when I bought it from Amazon, but I kinda expected more Lovecraft and less Lustcraft.