In Best Lesbian Erotica 2011, women find love and lust in all the right places - kitchens, cars, dance clubs, dungeons, and even a flowerbed. This year's guest judge is the anything-but-shy Lea DeLaria, the multi-talented writer, stand-up comic, singer, and actor. She has selected work from some of the best-known writers of lesbian erotic fiction as well as debuts of startling new talents.
A 1958 Mercury Park Lane rides like a sexual time machine in D.L. King's "Walk Like a Man." In Betty Blue's "The Garden of Earthly Delights," a lost boi encounters a firespirit on a romantic celestial plane. In Kiki DeLovely's "The Third Kiss," a woman discovers it's not a good idea to tell your crush your dreams about her - unless you want them to come true.
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rambunctiously soft spoken.
If you can get past the narrator there are a couple of good story's here,the big question is are they worth putting up with this bad narration in my very humble opinion no there not.
Absolutely the worst narration I have heard in this genre. No personality or feeling. The voices she uses are ridiculous. It really made the stories in this book seem silly. I really couldn't get past the first few stories. Too bad, I'm sure the would have been good.
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