Wanton Women: A collection of lesbian erotic stories [NOOK Book]

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Twenty scorching tales about lesbians who lust after each other.

From steamy Latin dance lessons to tender female lovers making the most of their last day on Earth, all of our wanton women have one thing in common: they don’t need a man to satisfy them.

Whether you like your women to take control, play the submissive or are just keen to read about hot ladies exploring ...

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Wanton Women: A collection of lesbian erotic stories

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Overview

Twenty scorching tales about lesbians who lust after each other.

From steamy Latin dance lessons to tender female lovers making the most of their last day on Earth, all of our wanton women have one thing in common: they don’t need a man to satisfy them.

Whether you like your women to take control, play the submissive or are just keen to read about hot ladies exploring their sexuality to the full, these stories are guaranteed to tease and titillate.

Submission in Silk by Giselle Renarde

Priti wants to be used and abused. Devra doesn’t play that way. She believes in simultaneous submission, in giving and receiving freely rather than overpowering her partner. But when this quarrelsome pair becomes inspired by a silk neck roll from the extensive collection of cushions on Devra’s bed, they find it impossible to extract power play from their encounter.

Go Find Yourself by Velvet Tripp

Lisa’s divorce forces her to re-evaluate her life. Her memories take her back to her experiences and fantasies from her teenage years, when cultural taboos prevented her from following her longing for another woman. She feels she’s denied her real self for too long, and decides to take off on an adventure of discovery. She attends a “camp camp”, the ACCN, where she meets Ross, who captivates her and ultimately seduces her.

The Girl from Xanadu by Olivia London

Worker bee Claire and gorgeous trust-fund intern Velma come from very different worlds. Claire barely makes ends meet while Velma works just to keep busy. Around the office Velma is as inept as she is beautiful but Claire eagerly helps the lovely lass to the next level going beyond the office to the bedroom. As the saying goes, the rich are different. But Velma needs support and Claire comes to the rescue. Who wouldn’t want to rescue a damsel in distress? As a reward, Velma shows her new friend the finer things in life, but can this relationship between lovers and colleagues last?

Acid Orange by Helen Dring

Environmental disaster brought together two very different women. While Lee fights to control the fallout of a surge in energy, policing the streets and finding safety for those displaced, Anita locks herself away and prays that she comes home safely. But the crisis is worsening, and, when Lee’s unit withdraws from the streets, all Anita can do is hope that they face whatever is to come together, as lovers and soulmates.

For the Good by Alyssa Turner

Stacy is married, straight and as conventional as they come, but tough girl Myra is the surprising new crush she can’t seem to forget. The right opportunity is all the excuse she needs to live out her fantasy, and when opportunity meets mutual desire the result is more combustible than either woman could have imagined.

 

 

Tango by Alcamia Payne

Sophie thought she’d never feel passion again when David, her lover, ruined her self confidence. When she chances upon a sultry club though, the attraction of the sexy South American vibe and the mysterious charms of the Argentinean dancer, Ludmilla, melts away her inhibitions and sparks new and smouldering passions inside her. Sophie accepts Ludmilla’s offer of dancing lessons and Sophie’s world opens up as the sexy dance teacher empowers her and the two of them enter into a simmering and adventurous sexual relationship. Soon, it isn’t just the salsa Sophie’s falling in love with.

A Dip in the Pool by Eve Diamond

Julie’s luxury lifestyle comes at a price. Her workaholic husband likes to unwind on the golf course and she finds the long, summer days leave her with idle fingers. As she’s a non-swimmer, she decides to surprise Greg by taking lessons before their exotic holiday. Slender blonde Meg is an inspiring instructor and as Julie’s strokes grow in confidence so does her startling lust for a taste of girly tenderness. The women move from pool to changing room to master bedroom as Julie becomes accomplished at not just one but two new skills.

Hot Pursuit by Lynn Lake

Constable Eva Lemieux of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police was parked behind a billboard out on Highway 12, allegedly monitoring the radar gun mounted up on her dashboard, checking for speeders. But on a warm sunny day, after a large lunch, her drowsy thoughts had drifted away from business ... to pleasure – picturing her fellow officer, Constable Susan Orpetski, in her mind’s eye. Until – wham! – Orpetski was right there in stunning person, along with one hellacious speeder playing a crazy game of chicken. Proving just how unpredictable and exciting police work really can be.

Personal Shopper by Viva Jones

Claire runs her own boutique and has a keen eye for what works well on her customers. When Sam arrives needing a series of outfits for her engagement weekend, she’s happy to guide her. As Sam steps in and out of some increasingly dazzling dresses, she reveals that her fiancé berates her for not being adventurous enough. Soon, hedonism turns to heady desire, and Sam and Claire embark on a journey far more satisfying than a bagful of designer clothing.

Stick Garden by Sommer Marsden

‘I didn’t think so.’ She prodded me with her knee to the back of mine and I let her guide me dead centre into a white stain of moonlight. Maddy turned me and whispered against my neck ‘Put your arms out, brat.’ She kissed me hard even as my arms flew out to my sides in my obedience.
An impudent lover learns her lesson at the hands of a small dom wielding a big stick. In their new garden, naked by moonlight, she pays for her rude remarks and then some. Teasing about that which nourishes you is never acceptable.

 

The Perfect Italian Wife by Toni Sands

Melissa persuades her Italian tycoon husband she needs a holiday with her friends. Vicenzo suggests cruising on the family yacht. Three gorgeous girls, unlimited champagne plus Melissa’s desire for boundary tumbling, unleash surprises for unsuspecting guys on a stag trip. Melissa intends remaining faithful. Until Joy and Riley invade her boudoir.

Those Good Times by Jennie Treverton

What’s a waitress to do when service drags on for ever and all you can think of is how your co-worker is going to fulfil those silent promises she’s making with her bad black eyes? Aia is dark, exotic and seriously distracting. She could make women dream about doing things they’d never even considered before. The only challenge, on a busy Saturday night at work, is finding the opportunity ...

Ticking Over by Carmel Lockyer

Take a butch taxi driver with an addiction to online sex shows and an icy career-woman with a buttoned-up lifestyle ... and add a shared secret. It’s a recipe that leads to an encounter on the backseat that ends up costing a fortune. But it’s worth it!

Carny Girl by Lynn Lake

She worked the bumper car ride, flipping the switch that electrified the ride, untangling cars, telling off overaggressive teenagers, cleaning up after overexcited kids. She was black – dark black – with straight slick hair, a lean, sinewy body, and a hard, pretty face. She wore skintight faded jeans and a green tank-top, studs in her nose and rings in her nipples, which poked almost right through her top. And she gave head to needful women on the side. One small-town girl had an ache, a soul-searing need, to be loved by this hardboiled woman, no matter the cost.

Dress Rehearsal by Jean-Philippe Aubourg

Jen and Rachel are young actresses, cast in a controversial play. The production tells the story of two heterosexual women who experiment with their sexuality together, and features explicit sex and nudity. But the two stars can’t quite find the chemistry to ignite the crucial love scenes. That is, until their director leaves for the day, and Rachel suggests a method-acting exercise with a difference...

 

Waiting for Isabella by Amy Eddison

All work and no play has gotten too much for Rose and on her day off she is feeling horny and self indulgent. Isabella calls asking for an emergency massage appointment and Rose cannot resist her husky voice; she agrees to see her, but has much more than just a massage on her mind. Isabella is the sort of woman that Rose has only dreamt about and, as she begins to work out her knots of tension, a different type of tension begins to build and the pair of them indulge in some much needed relaxation exercise as they get hot and steamy on the massage couch.

The Trip of a Lifetime by Izzy French

Claudia flees the office after discovering that Jon, her boss, has been filming and broadcasting their sexy fun on the internet – a step too far for Claudia. Collapsing in a cab she realises she has left her laptop behind. She and Anya, the taxi driver, return to the office. Uncertain about entering the building alone Claudia asks Anya to accompany her, feeling comforted by the other woman’s closeness. Together in the lift they embark on some sexy fun of their own, and Claudia soon discovers she is far more satisfied to be filmed in flagrante in the office this time around.

Roses and Figs by Tabitha Rayne

Artist Selena gets more than she bargained for while painting a portrait of the magnificent Rose – a new and voluptuous client who is determined to share her love of figs ...

When I Am Niki by Amanda Stiles

Celia is employed as Melissa Jeffrey’s personal assistant, but in the bedroom their roles are very much reversed: that’s when Celia becomes Niki. Mel’s the kind of woman who likes nothing more than to be dominated and Niki is happy to accept the challenge, along with her collection of personified toys!

An Evening Stroll by Z. Ferguson

Dom Dora’s always finding adventures for her roommate and sub Pam to perform, and one warm evening in the park puts Dora at her most creative and Pam at her most vulnerable and aroused.

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Editorial Reviews

Jade Magazine Book Reviews

Xcite bring us another collection of twenty first rate erotic short stories. Hot stuff indeed!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781907761690
  • Publisher: Xcite Books
  • Publication date: 5/12/2011
  • Series: Xcite Best-Selling Lesbian Collections, #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 221,325
  • File size: 278 KB

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Ludmilla’s eyes smouldered and her carmine lips parted in invitation as she gazed at Sophie’s sex with its brush of thick dark hair so completely opposite in appearance to her own.
She held out her arms and they danced, except this time, Ludmilla’s hands searched between her legs and Sophie, unable to sustain the rhythm of the dance, kept faltering.
Ludmilla gripped her wrist and together they ran, giggling, through the studio and up a staircase and into Ludmilla’s tiny bedroom high up at the top of the apartment where the curtains were drawn and only a tiny slither of light showed.
Ludmilla tumbled onto the bed as, down below, the strains of tango that would provide the perfect accompaniment to their tangoing bodies, echoed throughout the building.
Ludmilla’s strong legs tangled with Sophie’s, pinning her to the bed and then she sat up, smoothing her hands down her fabulous body.
Sophie peered at her legs with the tiny sex nestled at the top. It was an extraordinary sex, she speculated. Boyish, flat and barely there and yet strikingly erotic in its seeping ripeness, and with enough of a hint of the masculine to start a raging fire in Sophie.
Ludmilla held herself very still in a totally self-controlled state of passion. But Sophie could feel the energy thrumming beneath the skin.
‘Tango makes me so passionate.’ Ludmilla sighed, as her finger squeezed Sophie’s sex and slithered up and down the wet slit. ‘The tango opens me up and now it opens you.’ Throwing back her head she laughed. ‘Now, you know why Argentineans are so passionate. It’s because the music of the tango is always flowing through our veins, and it makes us into sex.’
She cupped Sophie’s chin, fondling her mouth with her lips; the tip of her tongue caressing while her hands moved over Sophie’s body, starting small fires here and there.
‘Oh.’ Sophie gasped as Ludmilla seized her clit between her finger and thumb and tugged on it gently.
‘You dance with passion now.’
‘Yes.’ Sophie smiled. ‘But only with you.’
‘Good, good.’ Ludmilla purred as she placed her knees on either side of Sophie’s hips and began lowering herself slowly up and down to the accompaniment of the sultry sounds of the tango. Each time she came down, she ground her boyish, barely-there sex into Sophie’s, and soon Sophie began to rise to meet her and her hands came onto Ludmilla’s hips.

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