Best Women's Erotica of the Year, Volume 1 delivers risky, romantic, heart-pounding thrills. Joyful, daring, and authentic, these steamy stories revel in erotic adventure, from the sparks between strangers to the knowing caresses of longtime lovers. These stories are not merely erotic but filled with strong characters and clever narratives showing how sexual experience is different for everyone. This anthology is a glorious celebration of the finest and friskiest female erotic fiction today.
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About the Author
Rachel Kramer Bussel, of Penthouse Variation fame, writes for The New York Observer and also pens two of the top rated blogs of today. She has been featured on national media such as The Gayle King Show, Top Chef, Martha Stewart, and much more. A prolific writer and editor, her titles include Passion, He's on Top, She's on Top, Do Not Disturb, and Only You. She lives in New York City.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Such an interesting and varied collection of erotic stories. First I've read that included transgender people in the lead roles, which was awesome. A few acts I hadn't even considered before (and some I considered, and decided, Hell No!) but overall juicy and delicious.
Erotic Excellence. Author and editor, Rachel Krammer Bussel, is widely known for her outstanding erotic fiction. And her latest publication, Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, definitely lives up to its name. Each story within this intimate collection is unique, well written, and sexy as hell. With so much sexual variety, there is something tantalizing for everyone to enjoy. While each story is worth savoring, a few in particular really stood out. The Carnalarium, written by Rose Caraway, i.e. The Sexy Librarian, seamlessly weaves together pleasure and pain. Rose’s sharp and descriptive writing style brings to life a dungeon of sexual debauchery, a perfect setting for her well-developed characters to explore the themes of love and freedom. Enter Me, written by Tabitha Rayne, is a tender yet triumphant tale of a woman who rediscovers her sexual identity after losing her hearing. Tabitha’s command of language fully engages her readers, taking them on a journey that is both emotionally moving and extremely HOT. Flying Solo, written by none other than Ms. Brussel herself, offers an exceptional and very distinctive perspective on honesty and the open marriage. This story is quivering proof why Rachel is an authoritative figure within the erotic genre. Readers of erotica will not be disappointed with this book. It will leave you wet, breathless, and begging for more.