Seduction comes in many forms; the subtlest looks and gestures, a virtually imperceptible nod of the head, the tiniest hint of moisture on the lips, a furtive movement of the eye, the slightest flutter of lashes. Seduction is a would-be lover’s hot breath on the back of your neck, the wordless hum of a deep male voice rippling through your body like a giant vibrator . . .
“I felt his presence there, and the little hairs on my neck stood up, and he was touching me with these big, strong hands, cradling the side of my face, running them down over my shoulders, across the front of the soft flannel shirt I had on. And the whole time he’s breathing those sweet somethin’-somethin’s in my ear until all I want to do is get the hell out of there with him.”
Explore seduction in its many forms in this new anthology of erotic fiction from Terrance Aldon Shaw. The collection features two complete short stories, including the first publication of “A Girl from White City”, as well as a substantial excerpt from the novel, “A Song for the Girl with the Almond Eyes”, an extract from the erotic coming-of-age story, “Summer of ‘69”, and a steamy snippet from “Mr. Friday’s Midlife Criss”. Here are stories that will arouse, enlighten, inspire, entertain, and, yes, seduce.
|Publisher:||Terrance Aldon Shaw|
|File size:||165 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Terrance Aldon Shaw (TAS to his friends) was born and raised somewhere to the left of Chicago in that vast whitebread wilderness known as the American Heartland. As a kid, he passed the time by creating his own graphic novels and “pretend” screenplays, conversing with a brilliant circle of imaginary friends, and dreaming about escape from the stifling phony wholesomeness and pious pabulum of small-town life. After college and a short stint in graduate school, TAS earned a living as a journalist and free-lance musician. He worked under various pennames as a staff writer and critic at-large for a number of obscure local newspapers and mediocre magazines throughout the upper Midwest. Always precociously oversexed and insatiably curious, he dabbled in erotic writing during his off hours, producing several short stories, a modest body of narrative poetry, and several hundred bawdy limericks. Now devoting full time to writing and reviewing, TAS specializes in mainstream fiction with strong erotic themes and explicit sexual content. His work might best be described as “psycho-rotica,” as he prefers to explore the complex, fascinating inner world of sex; the thoughts, feelings and emotion s that accompany the erotic experience. Readers can find Terrance Aldon Shaw’s books in both electronic and traditional print at most on-line retailers. His reviews of erotic fiction, musings on the craft of writing, and the occasional free short story are posted on his blog, Erotica For The Big Brain.