Many a confident urban lesbian in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago was once a wide-eyed newcomer. Every year thousands of young women arrive in these queer-friendly cities, seduced by downtown life and its erotic possibilities. In Where the Girls Are, D.L. King collects explicit memoirs and stories about these newly arrived country girls. Here are stories of first times, initiations, bars, dance clubs, and parties, reading (or misreading) the codes - and sometimes teaching those city girls a thing or two in the process.
Featuring such stories as "My First Play Party", "Rush Hour", and "The Critic" from well-regarded authors of erotica Charlotte Dare, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Sophie Mouette, Lisabet Sarai, and others, Where the Girls Are burns with the immense heat of the furnace that lies just below the urban landscape.
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rambunctiously soft spoken.
I personally didn't find a how lot of variety in this collection they felt like the same story over and over , the story's them self's are fine and dandy but to much alike for my taste .
Mostly using audiobooks when my concentration is so bad that I can't read text. Or sometimes when I feel the need to practise my [listening] english even more. I'm not very picky when it comes to stories, so can listen to practically anything – and have a knack to find SOMETHING in each story that I like. *smile*
Now, downright erotica without other plot isn't really my style but I still enjoyed this collection of short stories. I like how different they could be – the variety. Some I enjoyed more than others naturally but they all felt well written.
I really liked the narrator as well and though she did a great job.
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