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Posted May 29, 2012
WOW and Thank You
I absolutely loved this book! This was my first venture into the Erotic Short Story relm and I must say that I can't wait to dive into more.
Personally, I have always enjoyed the more romantic, erotica novels, ie Historical Fiction style with handsome, dangerous and naughty Lords trying to ruin the beautiful Ladies who don't know how naughty they can be. It was a passion I discovered when I was 15, my Grandmother hid her collection under her bed which I found while looking for her slippers one day. We still exchange books back and forth.
As a side note, I must say that my husband really enjoyed the book as well. I never thought about reading aloud to him from one of these types of books before, but one story caught my attention so well that I couldn't help but want to share it with him. So I sat us both down on the couch on night and started to read to him... All we can say is, WOW! and Thank You!
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Posted May 2, 2011
an amusing heated look at sex and marriage, which goes together in this fun collection.
This twenty-five short story collection focuses on sex (and humor) in marriage whether it is the honeymoon, the wedding day, the make up encounter or The Seven Year Itch (sans Marilyn) by Kristina Lloyd. Each entry is well written as the authors seemed to have had a good time writing about various aspects but with a strong sexual spin of marriage in under twenty-five pages. The opening act occurs with two empty first class seats as Now or Forever by Nikki Magennis moves the boudoir into the kitchen. Sommer Marsden's bats second with a bride caught "Racing to the Altar," by a cop who knows how to pat down a speeder. Fans will enjoy the Anniversary Waltz by Portia Da Costa and the male perspective with contributions by Thomas S. Roche ("A Lucky Wedding") and Michael Hemington ("The Wedding Stoppers). All the tales are quickies as summed up with the aptly titled "Strippers and Cigars" by N.T. Morley and even the "Mother of the Bride" by Cheyenne Blue finds her groove. With This Ring I Thee Bed is an amusing heated look at sex and marriage, which goes together in this fun collection.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.