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Just Watch Me: Erotica For Women
Violet Blue, quickly becoming the 21st century's leading sex educator, recommends reading Just Watch Me nice and slow so every outrageous scenario can be savoured.
She judicuously handpicked these sizzling stories from her Best Women's Erotica series. Intended as inspiration for bedroom adventures, this heady collection of erotic stories is filled with scintillating, relatable encounters.
Elizabeth Coldwell's Heat describes a fierce affair between a barmaid and her brutish boss, a man she doesn't even like but who sets her heart pounding.
In Spike, Rachel Kramer Bussel gives us turn-ons of a different kind, when a young goth girl shows a pushy 'man's man' who wears not just the pants but the spike-heeled shoes.
Once again, Blue has complied a book that is both sexy and surprising and as literary as it is libidinous. Essential reading.
Author: Edited by Violet Blue
Publisher: Cleis Press
Publishing date: 2005
"Sensual mix of classic and edgier erotica..." by Trix
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This is one of Violet Blue's earliest anthologies for Cleis, and it's interesting to see the stories alternate between traditional "women's erotica" (it's appropriate that one story involves the reading of Anais Nin) and the edgier stories that she'd help popularize later. (Be sure to check your bookshelf before buying: this is her BEST WOMEN'S EROTICA 2006 anthology with a new title and cover.) It really annoys me that the stories that promise m/m/f interaction always fall short of the actual deed here, especially when there's so much m/f/f in its place; I realize that m/m was still a small niche in 2005-06, but it still feels very unfair. Even so, there are some very sensual stories here, such as Cate Robertson's epic opener "Just Watch Me, Rodin," Teresa Lamai's moodily beautiful "In Snow," and Magenta Brown's wicked "Textual Intercourse." (Posted on 30/05/2014)
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Under my raincoat, I really am wearing a short black skirt, thigh-high stockings, and not a stitch of underwear, not even a camisole under the stretchy blouse...
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