Dinosaur erotica was pioneered by two Texas A&M students

If you're looking for some light and bizarre reading before summer's end, "Ravished by the Triceratops" may be right for you.

The book, released in late July, is a tale of, well, dino-on-human love.

"Beliria chooses to hunt the most dangerous herbivore on the plains, the Tri-Horn. No single hunter has ever successfully taken a Triceratops, but Beliria is determined to be the first. Naked, with no food, water, or provisions beyond her weapons, Beliria sets out," states the book's synopsis on Amazon. "Her attack caused the big bull Triceratops to lose his mate. Now he intends to replace her -- with Beliria."


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