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Passion: Erotic Romance for Women
Discover Romance at its Sexiest...Love and sex have always been intimately intertwined - and Passion shows just how delicious the possibilities are when they mingle in this sensual collection edited by award-winning author Rachel Kramer Bussel.
Be swept away as you travel to Paris and Greece (and Beverly Hills). Get stuck in an elevator, take a bubble bath, and explore nature in some very luscious ways. Indulge in Big-Bed Sex, get geeky with My Dark Knight, find An Easy Guy to Fall On, discover why there's No Risk, No Reward, go to work with The Efficiency Expert and Rekindle an old flame.
Featuring stories by talented authors Portia Da Costa, Justine Elyot, Donna George Storey, Charlene Teglia, Saskia Walker and others, Passion offers succulent stories sure to quicken heartbeats while appealing to the most romantic of souls.
Passion delivers just what you would expect - super hot stories with sex that burns up the pages. Don't miss it! - USA Today & Essence bestselling author Kayla Perrin.
Author: Edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel
"All the stories are heterosexually focused..." by Trix
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This is likely to appeal to those easing their way into erotica from more traditional romances. Many of the stories deal with long-term couples rediscovering the erotic aspects of their relationships, as in two of the best: Donna George Storey's "Big-Bed Sex" and Angela Caperton's "Dear In The Headlights" (not a typo--you'll see if you read it). The sensuality and fun scenarios of most of the stories make it worthwhile for more seasoned readers, too. (There are a couple of infidelity scenarios and happy-for-now endings, for those hoping to avoid darker moments altogether. Some may want to know that all the stories are heterosexually focused, with no menages or same-sex pairings.) (Posted on 16/08/2013)
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A sneaky peek between the covers:
He opens his eyes and looks directly at me. We do not smile; somehow, the moment is too intense for that. Without a word he gently sets his cello on its side. I walk slowly toward him, untying my robe and shedding it as I cross the room...
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