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  • The Sexy Librarian's Big Book of Erotica

  • By: Rose Caraway
  • Narrated by: Rose Caraway
  • Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4 out of 5 stars 204
  • Performance
    4 out of 5 stars 180
  • Story
    4 out of 5 stars 182

Imagine a library - a very special one run by a librarian whose only concern is pleasing her patrons. In fact, this librarian will stop at nothing to service her readers. To that end, she has carefully collected a fantastic and fantasy-filled set of stories guaranteed to satisfy literary lusts in The Sexy Librarian's Big Book of Erotica. This voracious volume is simply bursting at the binding with amorous archives and bibliophilic bliss; it is a veritable dictionary of desires, with stories by top eroticists...

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  • Best erotica book I've ever experienced

  • By Pete on 12-19-14

Best erotica book I've ever experienced

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Reviewed: 12-19-14

If you could sum up The Sexy Librarian's Big Book of Erotica in three words, what would they be?

Something for everyone!

Who was your favorite character and why?

The Sexy Librarian herself, Rose Caraway. While I would never dare to take credit from the amazing authors that are represented in this compilation, an short story in audio format is only as good as the aural provider and Rose Caraway does not disappoint.

Which character – as performed by Rose Caraway – was your favorite?

This being a compilation book makes this question difficult to answer. If I was forced to choose it would be based solely on my personal sub-general tastes which will obviously differ vastly from person to person. Gun to my head - the female counterpart in story #5 (The Secret Game) was probably my favorite.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

In what way (wink)? I found there to be many moving moments throughout the book, each for a different reason. Sometimes I was moved in a sympathetic way, having shared an experience with a particular character. Other times I was moved in a more inspired way, having fantasized about a situation that was vividly described in a story. This book covers such a broad variety of sub-genera with such a diverse cast of characters that I feel if would be impossible not to be moved by at least one of them along the way.

Any additional comments?

As if her seductive voice wasn't enough…envisioning that voice as a sexy librarian is enough to put anyone over the top. As she reads through just the introduction you can’t help but let your mind wander around the imaginary library she paints in your head, walking up and down each isle, trying not to get caught staring as she sits cross-legged on the stool waiting to read to the people gathered. Her reimagining of this once innocent position is both enlightening and erotic.

I liked to approach each story as if The Sexy Librarian was wandering her library plucking various little books off of the shelves and reading them to a crowd of hot and bothered onlookers. Each story is fascinating, well written, and leaves you waiting for the next...and where the next is going to take you. Maybe back to ancient, mythological times, or maybe to some fictional land of superheros or demons, or maybe just down the road for dinner with friends. The variation is so profound and enthralling that I found myself on more than one occasion saying "just one more story".

While covering a wide variety of times and locations this book also manages to cover almost every conceivable kink in the most tasteful of ways. Appropriately restrained at times and equally rough when necessary is how I would describe the language and kinks found throughout this book. Odds are, if you are into it then there is a story or two in here that are right up your alley.

The way these stories were written and compiled was done with such love and passion that it just oozes off of the pages. This is, by far, the best book of short stories that I have picked up in...well...ever. I cannot more highly recommend this book.

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