Best-selling sex-book author Violet Blue takes the helm of this renowned series with a sexy, wide-ranging collection.
Twist your bed sheets and dampen your palms. Under the stylish editorship of sex guru Violet Blue, Best Women's Erotica 2006 delivers risky, romantic thrills. These joyful, daring, authentic stories revel in erotic adventure, from the sparks between strangers to the knowing caresses of longtime lovers. In Kellie Gillespie's "Another Assignation with Charles Bonnet", a blind woman experiences "love at first smell" on a London street corner - cinnamon, sweat, leather, and tobacco - and determines to find again the man who carries this scent. Sydney Beier's "Reading to Horst" is a paean to possibility: An American woman living in Germany has a languorous encounter with a tourist who asks her to read aloud to him at a café from the copy of Anaïs Nin's Little Birds in her hands. And Elizabeth Coldwell's "Heat" describes the fierce affair between a barmaid and her brutish temporary boss, a man she doesn't even like but who sets her heart pounding.
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If you're into the genre, then you'll enjoy this very much. The stories run the gambit from Lesbian to straight to bi. Some bd/sm but all very good and imaginative. I
There have been several books in the Best Women's Erotica Series, and they all are really very good, I may even say great. When you have an anthology containing anywhere from 20-24 stories, and you find that more than 90% are really good than I feel I got my monies worth.
There were several, but I don't like to do spoilers.
Some made me laugh some made me just think
This is a wonderful series, I find that some men enjoy the series as well. I know I enjoy all erotica, whether it be gay straight, lesbian bd/sm. If it's written well and the narration is good I always enjoy. As I did in this case.
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