Hot Stories for Cold Nights: All-New Erotic Tales to Bring the Heat Between the Sheets

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From the queen of the naughty bedtime story, an anthology of all-new erotic stories written especially for couples.

With Bawdy Bedtime Stories, Joan Elizabeth Lloyd offered sexy tales to keep fans awake-and aroused- long after dark. Now she presents all-new sizzling stories guaranteed to make readers hot...

A woman asks the Gods to fashion a magical object- a tempting tool that will provide her with infinite ...

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Hot Stories For Cold Nights: All-New Erotic Tales to Bring the Heat Between the Sheets

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Overview

From the queen of the naughty bedtime story, an anthology of all-new erotic stories written especially for couples.

With Bawdy Bedtime Stories, Joan Elizabeth Lloyd offered sexy tales to keep fans awake-and aroused- long after dark. Now she presents all-new sizzling stories guaranteed to make readers hot...

A woman asks the Gods to fashion a magical object- a tempting tool that will provide her with infinite rapture. But some pleasures are not so easy to give up.

When a couple realizes that their lovemaking is being watched by a voyeur, they take the opportunity to put on the best show they can in an exhibition of pure ecstasy.

After a curious couple discover their neighbors' great sex life, they find out that watching can be fun-but doing is so much better... A man dies and discovers a heaven filled with willing, wanton women. But he soon discovers that sex without caring, without challenge, is not the paradise he'd imagined.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425235270
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Joan Elizabeth Lloyd is the author of almost twenty works of erotica and the art of sexual communication. She lives in Yorktown Heights, New York.

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  • Posted October 4, 2010

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    Joan Elizabeth Lloyd provides entertaining erotic Hot Stories for Cold Nights

    The thirty entries are in fact twenty separate tales as the other ten are additional chapters rather than stand alone short stories. Thus, readers initially will be confused but quickly pick up that "Creating a Bestseller" is followed by "Creating a Bestseller: The Next Chapter" thanks mostly to Jared and Mandy. The longer multiple entries like the Madam's Brothel" (Options in five parts), "Movie Mania (three parts), and "Friday Night Games" (played in three periods) are the best contributions as the reader has the chance to meet the lead participants outside of just sex. Still even the short shorts (approximately eight pages on an average) are fun to read as accentuated by the opening act in which Pete and Missy capture a Leprechaun who provides lovemaking advice that the Penthouse Magazine guide would say makes for a wonderful cocktail. Ranging in sub-genres and encounters, for the most part, Joan Elizabeth Lloyd provides entertaining erotic Hot Stories for Cold Nights (temperate and hot nights too).

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted February 21, 2011

    dont bother with sample

    dont bother downloading this sample. u get 7 pgs and it is all table of contents and acknowledgements. what a waste

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