Hot Reading - Erotic Fiction
There's nothing like curling up with a good book... and a
These great examples of erotic fiction are all female-friendly
and well worth a look.
Like Sugar: Women's Erotic Fantasies by Violet Blue
exciting new collection celebrating womens erotic imagination.
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.
Forbidden Fantasies for Couples by Violet Blue
will feed you erotic stories of forbidden desire like fingerfuls
of warm chocolate dripping onto your tongue. Here are twenty-two
superbly written erotic stories featuring couples who want
it so bad they can taste itand they do, making their
most taboo erotic fantasies come true.
Women's Erotica 2005 by Marcy Sheiner (ed)
the editor of this fine annual collection, Marcy Sheiner,
argues in her introduction that these stories dwell on "the
darker side of sex"--revenge, anger, grief--there is
a redemptive quality to passion that often outweighs whatever
unworthy motives may have inspired the deed. Although there
is plenty of frivolous, one-handed reading in this year's
edition, many of the pieces included have the hallmarks of
literary fiction; they are not merely about a sexual event,
but offer a revelation of character through that event.
6 by Marcy Sheiner (ed)
sixth anthology of erotic fiction edited by Sheiner continues
the recent tradition of writing and evaluating pornography
from a female perspectivewelcome reading to anyone who finds
such an approach interesting or important. This time out,
Sheiner has chosen to concentrate on partnerships, and in
her introduction she explains that her concern was to provide
an answer for the inevitable question: So how do women keep
sex alive in committed relationships? All of the contributors
are women, of course, but since a significant number are also
lesbians, bisexuals, and sadomasochists, it should come as
no surprise that many of the relationships portrayed herein
American Erotica 2005 by Susie Bright (ed)
12th annual compendium of hot reads makes the perfect lubricious
valentine. As usual, she offers her trademarked something-for-everyone
mix, which extends well beyond the usual categories of straight/bi/gay.
The class of The Best American Erotica 2005 is changing the
rules about writing about sex. It's no longer pulp fiction:
it's must-read literature showcasing the best writing around,
all packed into the year's sexiest anthology.
Women's Erotica by Marilyn Jaye Lewis (ed)
What's the one thing all women want in erotica? They want
it hot and that's what this book delivers. This giant
new collection features hot new erotic stories that will appeal
to wanton women everywhere. Featuring 21 outrageous stories,
for women, by women this book is perfect for fueling
a woman's secret fantasies.
Hand: Women Writing Erotica by Michelle Slung
This collection of 19 stories by and for women, a BOMC alternate
in cloth, explores many nuances of sexuality, more than a
few positions and some daunting sexual issues.
And don't forget to check out A
Piece of Cake: Recipes for Female Sexual Pleasure
- the sex fantasies in this book are HOT!