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  • Posted October 28, 2008

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    These seven fun erotic tales are mostly spice with a sprinkle in spite

    "Peaches and Cream" by Cathryn Fox. Jennifer is a bartender at Risque pretending to be Peaches the exotic dancer when she meets Jack the research scientist in order to explore her fantasies.<BR/><BR/>"Indecent Exposure" by Delilah Devlin. Harmony returns home to seduce Sheriff Dalton; her fantasy since high school. <BR/><BR/>"Forbidden Fruit" by Lisa Renee Jones. Ryan has always been hard whenever he saw his best friend's sister Kelli who has always been wet and hot when she saw him; now she plans to take him her style. <BR/><BR/>"Billboard Babe" by Myla Jackson. Prim and proper Angie starts an erotic ad campaign to win a sexual evening or three with co-worker Daniel.<BR/><BR/>"Wish Upon a Star" by Sasha White. Professional dominatrix Miss Sarah wishes upon a star for someone to truly love; Nealon bikes in from out of this world.<BR/><BR/>¿That Old Black Magic" by Sylvia Day. Warlock Max is despondent with grief when his beloved mate Victoria apparently died and he tries all sorts of magic to bring her back to him; however he begins to obsess instead over the feline-female familiar who recently entered his life.<BR/><BR/>"Silver Waters" by Vivi Anna. On the run, Sangria and Vance take a heated break in the Caribbean.<BR/><BR/>These seven fun erotic tales are mostly spice with a sprinkle in spite of being very short for any happenings beyond the sexual encounters that run the gamut from ménage a trois, S&M bondage, and anal.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted November 7, 2008

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    Back again for another really hot Anthology!!

    I first read this set of authors in last year's Alluring Tales: Awaken the Fantasy, a hot book with great stories as sexy as they were loving. This year¿s anthology doesn't disappoint. These authors are the queens of the short story - they bring on the heat and keep your pulse racing as you weave your way through surprisingly complex and well paced stories. I particularly loved the elements in Cathryn Fox¿s Peaches and Cream. She quickly pulls you in with the tantalizing excitement of living a fantasy in a way you never thought possible ¿ taking on a life you would never imagine doing. Don¿t we all love the thrill of the risk of being caught? <BR/><BR/>Of course you could WANT to be caught. Delilah Devlin makes that a theme in her short Indecent Exposure, a great story that had me blushing and laughing. For that matter, Forbidden Fruit by Lisa Renee Jones was just as fun to read with a character that was right up my alley, one determined lady! Truthfully, I liked all the stories in this anthology, but Billboard Babe by Myla Jackson was one of my favorites. I have to say, I thought the way this ugly duckling story was laid out in such a slick way, I could with to be a duck, lol. Of course that would be a high paid, executive little duckie with a very hot man to seduce. <BR/><BR/>Wish Upon A Star by Sasha White held a definite appeal, and I was so happy to see another story with Max and Victoria (That Old Black Magic by Sylvia Day) who I¿d been waiting to hear from since the last anthology. Where had they been, what had they been up to? There is nothing better than a man who can understand a woman¿s needs and more importantly act on them. Good to see Max helping Victoria get over her old life. The final story in the Anthology, Silver Waters, was very complex, and showed the return of another couple I¿d read about in the previous book. It too left me wondering ¿ what¿s next?<BR/><BR/>All together, I loved this book. Thanks Ladies!

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