Every woman has a girl crush — that physical and emotional fascination with another intriguing, provocative woman who inspires the thought, "What if?" Girl Crush answers that question with an inspiring range of erotic short stories about women acting on their desire and sometimes getting more than they bargained for. Teresa Lamai offers an erotic take on revenge in "Mirador," when a woman has hate sex in a nightclub bathroom with the person her boyfriend is cheating on her with. In "Getting to Work," David Erlewine writes about a hot young lawyer who has a lot of work to do to make a demanding, sex-craved partner happy. Writer and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel shows us the unexpected in "Great Lengths," when an unrequited crush finally evolves into something more — and something less. In Girl Crush, what happens next is always a surprise, to straight women, bisexual women, and lesbians alike.
Best Lesbian Erotica 2008 journeys into the world of lesbian sex with uncommon, edgy stories that push lesbian lust and desire to new heights. Edited by bestselling author Tristan Taormino and selected and introduced by the dynamic Sister Spit performer Ali Liebegott, this latest edition of the best-selling lesbian erotica series in America is sensual, inventive, and breathtaking.
Best Women's Erotica 2008 delivers risky, romantic, heart-pounding thrills. Joyful, daring, and authentic, these 21 steamy stories revel in erotic adventure, from the sparks between strangers to the knowing caresses of long-time lovers. In ''Penalty Fare, '' a Londoner rides train after train without a valid ticket, until, on an early morning journey to Bristol she finds the conductor who knows just how to punish her for trying to skip the fare. In ''Winter Heat, '' a woman finds that each year, the winter's first snowfall reminds her of a cold night when she was 18 and the stranger who taught her that ''passion can be found and shared in the most unusual of places.'' And in ''You Can Do Mine, '' Cline finally gets to try out her purple dildo and leather harness with her new lover Leo, the first man to give the right answer when she tells him ''you can do mine if I can do yours.''
What do women really want? To be sensually seduced or pressed up against the wall for a quickie? To be tantalized by a peep show or the chance to join the mile high club? Acclaimed erotica writer and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel knows: They want it all. They want to be worshiped, ordered around, sent blindly into ecstasy, and made hot in front of a mirror. They want strangers bearing ice cubes on a hot day and to be the party favor passed around among guests. They want sex at the office and in the great outdoors and on trains and airplanes. They want sex with the whole United States of America (or, at least, part of it). They want to be wooed, seduced, flirted with, taken. They want to handpick their lovers and make them do their bidding. They want men, women, and sometimes both at the same time. In Dirty Girls, the country's best erotic writers explore their sexual psyches. With contributions from Carol Queen, Alison Tyler, Sofia Quintero, Shanna Germain, Lillian Ann Slugocki, Tsaurah Litzky, and many others, this collection will set your heart racing as you savor these intimate, shocking, and passionate female fantasies.
Cleis Press’s Best Lesbian Erotica and Best Gay Erotica series are bestsellers every year, raising and exceeding readers’ expectations with each new edition. “Bisexuality, like sex itself, is neither cut and dried nor black and white,” writes editor Cara Bruce. Best Bisexual Women’s Erotica explores the steamy sex lives and loves of bisexual women in various settings and combinations. Contributors include Carol Queen, Marcy Sheiner, Kathleen Bryson, and Anne Marino, and features 25 previously unpublished erotic short stories.
From the erotica anthology series that truly delivers, Best Women's Erotica 2009 is packed with risky, romantic thrills and erotic adventure - both inside the bedroom and out. The stories contained within the anthology are yet to be announced - Violet Blue is sifting through the year's best stories to find the best of the best - but the results of her search are bound to be explosive. Violet Blue is a sex columnist, author and editor of erotic fiction, as well as being the creator of popular podcast Open Source Sex.
Visible: A Femmethology, the only two-volume anthology devoted to femme identity, calls the LGBTQI community on its prejudices and celebrates the diversity of individual femmes. Award-winning authors, spoken-word artists, and new voices come together to challenge conventional ideas of how disability, class, nationality, race, aesthetics, sexual orientation, gender identity and body type intersect with each contributor's concrete notion of femmedom.
There is a lot more to kidnapping than financial analyst Mickey Rapowski ever imagined. Mickey has a chip on her shoulder—she’s been cheated out of a small fortune by corporate giant Victoria Gresham. In an irrational attempt at revenge, Mickey kidnaps Gresham’s girlfriend, Ginette Felstrom. A straightforward and effective plan—except Ginette is the worst captive ever and no one wants to pay her ransom. Out of her depth as every one of her well-laid plans spins totally out of control, Mickey becomes the victim of reverse Stockholm Syndrome and falls head over heels for her captive. How could something so simple go so wrong? Or is that…right?
When just one happy ending is not enough... An anthology of passionate, sensual love stories about falling in love, being in love, and celebrating the love between women of every age—yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Discover the passion, the thrill, and the heartwarming satisfaction of love time and again with the tales from today's best-selling romance writers: Ali Vali, Cate Culpepper, Clifford Henderson, Erin Dutton, Gabrielle Goldsby, Gill McNight, Gun Brooke, JD Glass, Jennifer Harris, Jlee Meyer, Jove Belle, Julie Cannon, Kim Baldwin, Larkin Rose, Lee Lynch, Lisa Girolami, Meghan O'Brien, Merry Shannon, MJ Williamz, Nell Stark, Rachel Spangler, and Radclyffe. Editors Stacia Seaman and Radclyffe have edited five previous anthologies together, including the Lambda Literary winner Erotic Interludes 2: Stolen Moments and the Independent Publishers Gold medal winner, Erotic Interludes 5: Road Games.