Who can live without lust? All day and night, our minds run through delicious possibilities - a silky hand beckoning us into the VIP lounge; a stranger in the backseat; the hunky FedEx driver bringing his package to the door - not to mention our own lascivious memories. Lust is a collection of erotica by and for women, a fierce and joyous celebration of female desire and the triple-X trouble it gets us into.
In Kay Jaybee's "Tied to the Kitchen Sink", a birthday boy finds his present - nude except for tall, high-heeled boots - happily devoted to domestic duties. Maria Grigoriadis' "Pleasant Surprise" shows what can happen when you knock on the wrong apartment door - without your panties. And Bonnie Dee's "Ripe Fruit" teasingly elaborates the sweet, sticky encounter of a soap-opera idol and a fruit-stand employee on a stretch of rural roadside. Let the witty and provocative Violet Blue lead you down a primrose path to a forest of wicked, lustful surprises. (Various narrators.)
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Imagination, passionate writing, passionate reading.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Not anything related to this book in any way... author, reader, etc., etc. etc.
What aspect of Charity McGowan and Penelope Frost ’s performance would you have changed?
Have them like or enjoy what they were doing... or at least act like they did.
What character would you cut from Lust: Erotic Fantasies for Women?
cannot honestly say, since I could not get by listening to more than a few minutes per chapter.