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From the Streets to the Sheets

Urban Erotic Quickies
Length: 9 hrs and 17 mins
4 out of 5 stars (150 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

In this bold collection of hard-hitting urban erotic quickies, Noire, the undisputed Queen of Urban Erotica, brings you 11 authors who explore, without apology or restraint, street sagas of sexual pleasure.

Boasting an all-star lineup of some of today’s hottest authors - and sprinkled with heat from some fresh new talent, too - this collection from Noire thoroughly lives up to her credo of giving her fans just what they like: street drama with a sheet-drenching erotic twist.

Here you’ll find sexy tales from fan favorites K’wan, Joy, Thomas Long, Jamise L. Dames, Andrea Blackstone, Gerald Malcom, Euftis Emery, Kweli Walker, and Erick Gray, along with two hot new voices: Aretha Temple and Plea$ure. Noire even supplies her own juicy addition to the hard-body lineup.

So beware: The heat and the drama contained herein are not fairy tales for the desperate housewife. Ride hard with Noire as her authors get their grind on and take it to the limits in From the Streets to the Sheets.

©2008 Noire (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC

Critic Reviews

"Urban erotica has never been hotter!" (Nikki Turner, New York Times best-selling author, on Noire)
"One of hip-hop fiction’s hottest authors…gritty settings, memorable dialogue and authentic action." (KING on K’wan)
"Sensual and intriguing! Dames weaves a tale full of swing and passion. A sassy new voice in contemporary fiction." (Tracy Price-Thompson, best-selling author, on Jamise L. Dames)

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is it worth it

sexy exciting dangerous you never know what's gonna happen next
makes you say what the f---- lol very good narrators

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Just ok.

All the characters had the same story lines. No suspense. All of the stories included a street dude with money or a woman that was confident with herself and had sex often. Definitely wouldn't recommend. Only checked this out because I fell in love with the Mink Larue series by Noire. But this one here is a NO

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TERRIBLE

The story is degrading, trifling and sad. There is nothing entertaining about abuse. Self degradation is the worst.

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Mini Stories

I realize that I am not a fan of mini stories. The narrators sucks I mean really sucked did not even make it through the third chapter.

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great

I wish some were full books but great short stories!!!!!!! I would suggest this book

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  • Kell
  • Statesboro, GA, United States
  • 04-27-13

A bunch of short stories

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yeah, I guess so

Do you think From the Streets to the Sheets needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No...this book was a follow-up from G-spot. It was a bunch of short stories about many of the characters in the other book. It also introduce characters that were not apart of the story line.

Any additional comments?

Overall this was an ok read...I did know it was short stories. Some good some just ok. Either way, I was pleased with the purchase.

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