Heat Wave: Hot, Hot, Hot Erotica

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What could be sexier or more seductive than bare, sun-warmed skin? Bestselling erotica author Alison Tyler gathers explicit stories of summer sex bursting with the sweet eroticism of swimsuits, sprinklers, and ripe strawberries. Raise your temperature with Matthew I. Jackson's "Spectators," in which a couple taking lunch on their veranda are serenaded by an unknown woman's cries of passion. Get steamy with Tom Piccirilli's palm-dampening "Double-Click to Enter," the story of a work-at-home writer who confirms ...
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What could be sexier or more seductive than bare, sun-warmed skin? Bestselling erotica author Alison Tyler gathers explicit stories of summer sex bursting with the sweet eroticism of swimsuits, sprinklers, and ripe strawberries. Raise your temperature with Matthew I. Jackson's "Spectators," in which a couple taking lunch on their veranda are serenaded by an unknown woman's cries of passion. Get steamy with Tom Piccirilli's palm-dampening "Double-Click to Enter," the story of a work-at-home writer who confirms his suspicions about what his blonde neighbor does with her web cam. And Simone Harlowe's "Bikini" brings a flush to your face with its tale of a businesswoman who nervously shops for swimwear and finds a tall, insistent stranger at her dressing room door. The very definition of hot erotica, Heat Wave calls for an icy drink, fresh towels, and a fan in an open window.
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Editorial Reviews

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"A solid collection full of steamy stories."
—Cameron D James

"If you are searching for the perfect steamy read to accompany you through the dog days of summer, then this book is right up your alley."
—Examiner

"The very definition of hot erotica, Heat Wave calls for a long icy drink, fresh towels, a salty sea breeze and a wide open window.”
— Erotic Review

“Alison Tyler’s name will be known to anyone who has read more than one piece of erotic fiction. An accomplished editor, authoress and now publisher with Pretty Things Press, she writes with a fun-loving style that is instantly recognizable and easy to enjoy. And, although she’s been writing prolifically for more than a decade, there is no trace of any weariness in her work. Each line reflects the cheerful anticipation of a yearned for promise.” –Ashley Lister, ERWA

“If the mercury hasn’t already popped out the top of your thermometer, veteran erotica novelist, short story writer, and editor Alison Tyler (Bad Girl, Bondage on a Budget, and many more) has rounded up a cadre of talented authors to pet your sweaty things until you’ve melted into a small, but highly satisfied puddle. Their nineteen brief, get-right-down-to-business tales are just the ticket for brain-fried beach reading when trying to digest anything heavy is out of the question.” –Gary Meyer, On the Bookshelf Reviews

Heat Wave is another collection of sexy shorts penned mainly by American writers, only this time the stories are all inspired by the summer. The warm weather may be fading fast, but this book might just inspire you to jump on the first plane out of here for a bit of sex, sun, sea and more sex.” –Desire, issue 53

“What could be sexier or more seductive than tanning oil on bare, sun-warmed skin? Tyler gathers explicit stories of summer sex bursting with the sweet raunchiness of swimsuits, sprinklers and ripe strawberries. … The very definition of hot erotica, Heat Wave calls for a long icy drink, fresh towels, a salty sea breeze and a wide open window.” Erotic Review

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781573447102
  • Publisher: Cleis Press
  • Publication date: 8/2/2011
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 8.76 (w) x 6.10 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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