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Violet Blue is known for erotica anthologies depicting joyful, unabashed sex dished up without qualifiers or apologies. The stories in this volume, written by both veterans and new voices, feature women on top, bottom, and everyplace in between. Running the gamut from ...
Violet Blue is known for erotica anthologies depicting joyful, unabashed sex dished up without qualifiers or apologies. The stories in this volume, written by both veterans and new voices, feature women on top, bottom, and everyplace in between. Running the gamut from sweet to scintillating to downright raw, they cover just about every conceivable sexual scenario. Debra Hyde’s “Accidental Exhibitionist” explores the thoughts of corseted slavegirl Cara as she models her new fetish gear and services her master in public. Teresa Lamai’s “Idyll” finds poetry and passion in a scorching three-way set in Croatia. And Carolina John’s “The 9:30 to Edinburgh” shows just how accommodating a British train compartment can be to a group of sexually charged strangers.
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Cops and Robbers by KC
The 9.30 to Edinburgh by Carolina John
Beach Dare by Kathryn O'Halloran
Teddy by Jacqueline Sinclaire
The Accidental Exhibitionist by Debra Hyde
Crazy From the Heat by Zoe Bishop
Jen and Tim by Kay Jaybee
Discipline by Tsaurah Litzky
The Power of Imagination by BJ Franklin
Airport Security by Dara Prisamt Murray
Endymion by A.D.R. Forte
Kidnapping Callie by Joan Alley
The Guy Your Mother Warned You About by Chris Costello
Mr. Right(s) by Ayre Riley
Force of Nature by Miranda Austin
Erin's Rules by Erin Sanders
Idyll by Teresa Lamai
Quick Fix by Heather Peltier
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Posted May 19, 2012
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