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Why limit yourself to one gender when you can have both? This collection of 20 stories focuses on sharing. From crime and punishment in the Nevada desert to voyeurism in Marrakech, to a 22nd century theme park where every sexual fantasy is catered for, these tantalising tales all have one thing in common: They celebrate bisexuality.

Office affairs, naughty weekend hunting trips, and salon sensuality; from one-on-one loving to foursomes and moresomes, this anthology ticks all the boxes! A saucy short-story collection for readers who want the best of both worlds.

"Short and Sweet" by Sommer Marsden: Poppy and Ryan are used to making the most of their lunch breaks. Taking that time to get down to the business of pleasure. But when Meredith walks in on one of their decadent rendezvous, things go from short and sweet to short, sweet and seductive.

©2011 Xcite Books (P)2011 Xcite Books

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  • 01-13-19

Don’t bother

This was very frustrating to get through. Narration was just annoying and using a woman to read from a mans perspective just makes it confusing.