I don't want to give away too much of the plot in this review, so I will refrain from suggesting where "there" might be, in this review, but what I will say is that Whitcomb will take you on a journey to the afterlife (as perhaps he envisions it) and will drown you in veritable oceans of bodily secretions.
I'll be honest, there were many parts of this story where I found myself inwardly cringing at the pictures Whitcomb painted, but that is merely a reflection of how well it was written and how taut this narrative really was. Despite my, at times, inner angst, it is impossible not to identify with and connect emotionally with the three principal characters in this story.
Look, if weird, wonderful, fantasies are your thing, Sexpossessed may well be the "holy grail" for you, but if you like a hot, steamy, erotic story with loads of twists and turns, Sexpossessed will do that job for you. When it comes to stretching the envelope of what can be done erotically, nobody does it better than Whitcomb.
What else lurks in that fevered mind of Ian Saul Whitcomb? Only time will tell, I'm sure, but despite my reservations, I'll probably be there at the head of the queue for my copy of his next climactic adventure.