Taking a trip is like a having a love affair: You arrive at your destination liberated from the mundane details of ordinary life, free to shuck off your inhibitions and awaken to the landscape of the senses. In Foreign Affairs, writers from around the globe explore the romance of travel in 21 explicit stories set in evocative locales, including Rome, Brussels, Tokyo, St. Lucia, Vietnam, and Santorini. Contributors include Opal Palmer Adisa, Lisabet Sarai, and Linda Jaivin (author of the best seller Eat Me).
©2004 Cleis Press (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Maybe the stories were ok, however I found that I only enjoyed about 60% of them. Didn't care for 30% and 10% were just ok.
The narrators did a fine job and in the stories that were really good they were a real turn on. When a story is just kind of limp no matter how good the narrator it's not going to do it for the listener.
Maybe but would have to get better stories, and it would have to be a cable show
Normally if I don't really enjoy a book I return it, however in this case since I liked over half the stories I feel I may listen to it again and see if I missed something.
Retired executive loves biking, hiking, skiing, sailing, photography, playing tennis, listening to my eclectic music collection & my wife
Some of the stories were boring (to me), some were hot (to me), some were funny (to me). All in all i found this to be a collection where I would expect several of the stories to appeal to any aficionado of erotic (versus pure slutty) fiction. The performances were excellent.
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