What do women really want? To be sensually seduced or pressed up against the wall for a quickie? To be tantalized by a peep show or the chance to join the mile high club? Acclaimed erotica writer and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel knows: They want it all. They want to be worshiped, ordered around, sent blindly into ecstasy, and made hot in front of a mirror. They want strangers bearing ice cubes on a hot day and to be the party favor passed around among guests. They want sex at the office and in the great outdoors and on trains and airplanes. They want sex with the whole United States of America (or, at least, part of it). They want to be wooed, seduced, flirted with, taken. They want to handpick their lovers and make them do their bidding. They want men, women, and sometimes both at the same time.
In Dirty Girls, the country's best erotic writers explore their sexual psyches. With contributions from Carol Queen, Alison Tyler, Sofia Quintero, Shanna Germain, Lillian Ann Slugocki, Tsaurah Litzky, and many others, this collection will set your heart racing as you savor these intimate, shocking, and passionate female fantasies.
What did you love best about Dirty Girls?
Each story was different, sometime submissive, dominant, some just dirty talking and hot. This is NOT romance it is XXX erotica. If F word bothers you go some where else. I really enjoyed these stories and I thing RKB is really effective at putting the stories together.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Dirty Girls?
There were many and since there were over 20 stories it's hard to pick just one
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
I think the narrators did a fine job on most stories. There may have been one or two that were not perfect but when you're speaking of an anthology it's hard to be picky.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Mostly these stories were very steamy, and sexual. No laughing or crying. Mostly turned on. Or not.
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All in all not a bad book
I didn't expect it to be very hardcore but it was.
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Any additional comments?
This is one of Rachel Kramer Bussel’s landmark erotic anthologies that gave her the reputation she so richly desersves today. She's gathered writers that cover all the bases of women's sexual imaginings, straight, gay, bi, dom, sub, sweet and antagonistic. You name it. Not everything may be your cup of tea, but it's fascinating to listen to the variety and creativity in our fantasies.
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