Herotica 5: A New Collection of Women's Erotic Fiction

Herotica A New Collection of Women s Erotic Fiction In this fifth collection of startlingly erotic tales twenty five new stories push the boundaries of the pleasure principle and create a vivid world of uninhibited sexuality Hotter and bolder than eve

  • Title: Herotica 5: A New Collection of Women's Erotic Fiction
  • Author: Marcy Sheiner
  • ISBN: 9780452278127
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this fifth collection of startlingly erotic tales, twenty five new stories push the boundaries of the pleasure principle and create a vivid world of uninhibited sexuality Hotter and bolder than ever, Herotica 5 covers everything from entanglements with strangers to office trysts, totemic animal powers to virtual sex Representing the best of erotic writing today, new aIn this fifth collection of startlingly erotic tales, twenty five new stories push the boundaries of the pleasure principle and create a vivid world of uninhibited sexuality Hotter and bolder than ever, Herotica 5 covers everything from entanglements with strangers to office trysts, totemic animal powers to virtual sex Representing the best of erotic writing today, new and favorite authors such as Susan St Aubin, Cecilia Tan, Jolie Graham, and Aurora Light offer a kaleidoscope of sexual experience Proving that nothing has erotic power than words whether whispered, read aloud, or written on the page Herotica 5 explicitly evokes women s ultimate desires, making this new edition one of our most exciting collections to date Herotica is the most established name in the field of women s erotica, launched by sex guru Susie Bright Includes something for every erotic taste black, white, Asian, Latina, straight, gay, groups, initiations, seductions, etc Stories by past Herotica stars as well as fresh new voices More than 250,000 Herotica books in print.

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    1. As with all short story collections, a few of the stories are really well written and enjoyable and some are just meh.My least favorite in the collection was Sabrina by Stacy Reed. The story felt disjointed, like the author had a much longer story, cut out sections in the middle and never smoothed out the transitions. Also, it felt like it was written by a man, trying to write as a woman. The aim was very result oriented, instead of enjoying the journey.One of my favorites in the collection was [...]

    2. My favorite story in this book is "Letter From New Orleans" by Catherine M. Tavel. This tale is a window into the unbridled passion of strangers in an exotic city. It is intense and satisfying.

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