In Best Lesbian Erotica 2011, women find love and lust in all the right places kitchens, cars, dance clubs, dungeons, and even a flowerbed This year s guest judge is the anything but shy Lea DeLaria, the multi talented writer, stand up comic, singer, and actor She has selected work from some of the best known writers of lesbian erotic fiction as well as debuts of startling new talents A 1958 Mercury Park Lane rides like a sexual time machine in D.L King s Walk Like a Man In Betty Blue s The Garden of Earthly Delights, a lost boi encounters a firespirit on a romantic celestial plane In Kiki DeLovely s The Third Kiss, a woman discovers it s not a good idea to tell your crush your dreams about her unless you want them to come true....
|Title||:||Best Lesbian Erotica 2011|
|Publisher||:||Cleis Press 2011 ed edition December 1, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
|File Size||:||568 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Best Lesbian Erotica 2011 Reviews
A few of these stories were just... too good. I'm a fan of this kind of reading and I was definitely not disappointed. I ended up buying even more from this series. Good choice on my part ;)
Loved the stories in this one. When I would read before doctors appointments and stuff I find I always had to cross and uncross my legs since I had started becoming a little 'aroused' while reading the stories.
Being a lesbian, I was hoping this book would be more realistic. I found a few of the short stories very unlikely. Some were even a little less than charming. Some were a turn off all together.
it was in good condition
I have been searching for a good lesbian erotica book to read with my partner and help spice up our love life. This one however, fails to meet my expectations. Although I am sure some of the stories would be hot for others I found the stories to be boring, and sometimes downright disgusting. I would not recommend this to anyone.
There's nothing sexier than good writing. Lea DeLaria's sensibility and Kathleen Warnock's editing have shaped an excellent volume of erotica, with a smattering of bois, femmes, and a whole lot of aching going on. In "The Sweet Tooth Never Fades" a character gets "revenge" on her ex in a candy factory. "Walk Like A Man" features a ride with a stranger in a very cool car, and breaks a few taboos. "Painted Nails and Puppy Dog Tails" starts with the line, "It's not like I was stalking her or anything..." It's a fun and daring read, which would make a great gift for anyone who likes lesbians, sex, or excellent writing.
"The Stripper and the Butch Wannabe" Six of my favorite authors:
I'm not a lesbian. I'm not even a straight guy with a thing for girl-on girl action. What I am is a writer and, as such, I can tell you, with all confidence in my professional opinion, that this book it hot with two t's.