Narrators Sarah Bee, Hannah Martin, and Timon take turns performing these stories of same-sex naughtiness in an anthology that includes erotic writers such as Emily Dubberley, Kay Sexton, and Sarah Louise Young. Listeners will feel the temperature rising as the narrators' knowing, sly voices describe the role-play game a lesbian couple enjoys while at a busy airport in "Airport Heaven" or the powerful attraction two women have for each other in "The Train Ride" that prompts them to abandon themselves to lust despite the lack of privacy. This audiobook is a kinky treat that fans of erotica will savor.
Forget boy meets girl. This anthology explores same-sex fun.
In "Airport Heaven" a lesbian couple enjoy role-play, while "Hen Party" involves two women who make their own entertainment when they get stuck on a dull weekend away. In "The Train Ride", two women are drawn to each other on a long journey and don't let the fact that they're in public stop them from getting it on, and "Backstory" explores what happens when a woman asks her boyfriend to get it on with another man. Finally, in "Office Politics", a feisty office worker gets more than a telling off when she's called to her female boss' office.
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host of the podcast Not In A Creepy Way, avid audiobook listener
It was interesting to hear how British erotica compares to American erotica and the stories were fine, if a little vanilla. What drove me crazy, and not in a good way, was an apology and a re-read by the reader in the first story. Was the editor asleep?
Just to make sure you know what you're getting, this is pretty hard core. It's not told in flowery words or with a soft touch. That said, this is not a review on quality, that is up to the listener.
The readers are about as sexy as your granny.
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