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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2006


    Erot·ic - devoted to, or tending to arouse sexual love or desire. It was very difficult for me to read Brown Sugar 3 because the majority of the stories did not meet the dictionary definition of erotic. Although, I did enjoy the stories by Preston Allen, Denene Millner, Nick Chiles, and Lolita Files, there just were not enough bright spots for me to call this collection of so-called erotic stories good. Based on my personal definition of erotic I would give this book one star. However, I realize that what I would find erotic others may view as pornographic. Hence, I must be fair and give this book three stars. People who have not graduated from the missionary position may find the stories exciting. Euftis Emery Author of Off the Chain

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2004

    Great Read

    I bought this book having never heard of the editor nor any of the featured authors in the book. I thought it was a great read with a good mix of story lines and a wonderful expression of black passion. it wasn't just sexy but had passion which will make these authors go from being just good to GREAT. i found myself wanting to read what happens next with some of the characters which is the sweet agony of a short story. i'll have to go back and purchase the first two and hope that the third isn't the best, but that all are equally good featuring great writers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2003

    someone made a mistake

    I may be mistaken but I think the table of contents and the first chapter printed are from the first Brown Sugar. I will purchase this book and submit my review though because I enjoyed the first Brown Sugar and Ms. Taylor's other collaborations.

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