"Turn me on in 50 words or less and I'll follow you home," writes editor and erotica aficionado Alison Tyler about her collection Got a Minute?. When it comes to a breathless, clothes-in-a-heap romp or a naughty tease before the elevator doors slide open, who hasn't fantasized about quickies? Listeners join in the fun when the lovers in Marie Potoczny's "The Other Side of Sleep" revel in the delicious pause between sleep and waking. Sharon Wachsler's "Perfect" is a love story that happens to include ropes, rough play, and butterfly pillows. Proving that a slow hand is not always better, these intense encounters deliver scintillating thrills in as little as 75 words.
Fast and ferocious, the 60 short and spicy stories in Got a Minute? rev listeners' motors and leave them aching for more. When it comes to hot sex, who doesn't have a minute?
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Never read printed version. Alison Tyler is a great writer and editor of erotica, I have read many of her stories and many of her anthologies. I have to say this was really enjoyable. A little bit of everything from Spanking, BD/SM, Gay, Lesbian, Just a taste of many different flavors. I enjoy that kind of thing. also in an anthology you get to hear new authors. I found a few new ones I'll be watching for.
Gotta Have It 69 stories also anthology by Alison Tyler. Very enjoyable
Quite good, gave the emotions and feeling of passion and sometimes even fear, that causes people to be aroused. She pull it off rather well I find it's hard for women to do mens voices but if you can get into the story it usually doesn't make that much of a difference
When you have such a mix of stories. You'll always have a few you like better than others.
For me it was well worth the cost, I know I'll listen to again because of the enjoyment of the stories
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