Fairy Tale Lust: Erotic Fantasies for Women

Fairy Tale Lust: Erotic Fantasies for Women

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by Kristina Wright
     
 

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Award-winning novelist and top erotica writer Kristina Wright goes over the river and through the woods to find the sexiest fairy tales ever written. Playfully seductive, supernaturally sensual, and darkly erotic, Fairy Tale Lust showcases clever twists to classic tales and introduces new stories inspired by the ever-popular genre. Here, a walk in the forest is…  See more details below

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Award-winning novelist and top erotica writer Kristina Wright goes over the river and through the woods to find the sexiest fairy tales ever written. Playfully seductive, supernaturally sensual, and darkly erotic, Fairy Tale Lust showcases clever twists to classic tales and introduces new stories inspired by the ever-popular genre. Here, a walk in the forest is likely to lead to an erotic encounter with a mysterious stranger and the silver light of a full moon might illuminate an orgy of sensual delights! Highly imaginative and downright stimulating, these stories take fairy tale erotica to the next level. Top erotica contributors deliver sizzling work, including Janine Ashbless, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Delilah Devlin, Shanna Germaine, and Saskia Walker.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781573445481
Publisher:
Cleis Press Start
Publication date:
06/07/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
345,558
File size:
243 KB

Meet the Author

Kristina Wright (kristinawright.com) is an award-winning author whose erotica and erotic romance fiction has appeared in over seventy-five anthologies, including three editions of Cleis Press’s Best Women’s Erotica, including the forthcoming Best of Best Women’s Erotica 2, and four editions of Best Lesbian Erotica. Her work has also appeared in Bedding Down: A Collection of Winter Erotica (Avon Red); Dirty Girls: Erotica for Women (Seal Press); the Black Lace collections Seduction, Liaisons and Sexy Little Numbers; and five editions of the Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica.

Kristina is a member of the Erotica Readers and Writers Association, Romance Writers of America, and Passionate Ink. She also received the Golden Heart Award for Romantic Suspense from RWA for her first novel Dangerous Curves. With a BA in English and MA in Humanities with an emphasis on women’s studies and popular culture, Kristina teaches both English and Humanities at the college level.

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Fairy Tale Lust 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
18 short stories. Of course I didn't love all of them but there are more than a few superb stories in here that make it more then worth the time and $$. Carol Hassler's "Gingerbread Man" is one of the sweetest love stories I've heard in a long time. The visual image of the mermaid in the tank from Andrea Dale's "How the Little Mermaid Got Her Tail Back" will stay in my mind for a long time yet. It's one of those stories where you can't read anything immediately following without a cooldown period first. While the story line of Craig Sorensen's "Ducking" wasn't my cup of tea, his character's narative voice was superb. Cheating spouses is a total turn-off for me but I don't think I'll be able to see Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam again without a visual of that totally hot sex scene from Kristina Wright's "In the Dark Woods". (I think only ALzheimer's can wipe that from my mind.) Honorable mentions go to Michelle Augello-Pages "The Kiss" and Charlotte Stein's "The Return". Give it a try. If you enjoy it even half as much as I did you won't regret your purchase.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic and fantasy-filled tales of fairy tale love! I loved this book and there are several stories that have a wonderfully cinematic quality. I almost felt like I was going to the movies when reading Kristina Wright's great book! I don't know about you but after a long day at work, I like to leave my troubles behind and enjoy myself. This book did exactly that for me. Read and enjoy!
QuixoticOrchid More than 1 year ago
This book is make you sweat hot, laugh out loud funny, and so endearing to the heart and soul the stories will last as long as the original fairy tales that inspired them.
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LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Fairy tales captivate, inspire, and entertain. Most anyway. These aren't for the faint or heart or small children. I knew when I saw Erotic Fantasies for Women that this wasn't the average set of bedtime stories. Read in one sitting, this book definitely held my attention. There were tales that singed my fingers, some that made me think and others that I wished wouldn't end. But don't think this book is for the faint of heart. Some stories are guaranteed to shock and titillate and not with a requisite HEA. There were a handful that really stuck out for me. Among them was How the Little Mermaid Got Her Tail Back by Andrea Dale. I loved the trust factor in this story. It wasn't a run of the mill bdsm story. The combination of work and pleasure is great. Phillip not only trusted Ella to create the perfect atmosphere for his restaurant, but knew her well enough to give her fantasies a reality. I squirmed, sighed, and needed a cool drink for this one. The heroine in Mind Your Peas and Qs by Allison Wonderland had me cracking up. I can't disclose too much information, but imagine finding your Prince Charming because he passed a test. Simple and expected. But the twists Ms. Wonderland put into this story are great. Mother and Father are almost stereotypical parents, not wanting their daughter soiled while not completely knowing the truth. I loved how the princess wanted to test out the merchandise before she bought (the visual inspection of his rear end) and her frankness throughout the story. There were so many other stories it would take far too much room to cover them, but be assured that if you're looking for one hot read, you won't be disappointed if you pick this up. It's a book I'd recommend to my friends for bedtime reading because it's guaranteed to make you warm and tingly all over. I give this collection 3.5 cherries. posted at: whippedcream2.blogspot.com