Lust is urgent, overpowering, and potent. While in real life listeners may not always act every time desire calls, in fiction, they can abandon the safety of propriety to seek out lust and sex wherever they find them. The characters in Women in Lust may vary in the objects of their lust, and how they go about acting on it, but what connects them is that pure impulse for a lover.
Sometimes he is someone she knows well, a boyfriend or a husband; in other stories, he is a stranger, and is desirable precisely because he represents the unknown. Whether watching a lover playing guitar, going out for a smoke or simply engaging in a chance encounter, these women seize the opportunities presented to them, and savor the lovers who teach them about themselves, helping open them up to new sensual possibilities.
©2011 Cleis Press (P)2013 Cleis Press
Anyone. My gradma.
Stay away from this bomb. First, the narrator's voice is not sexy, but annoying and not natural: she sounds like she is reading, except when she is "acting" the sex scenes. Second, and worse of all: there is a TERRIBLE humming sound coming from the microphone whenever the reader reads. Third, the stories are cheesy, not enticing at all.
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