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Apocalypse Sex: Love at the End of the World [Kindle Edition]

Elizabeth Coldwell , Elizabeth Schechter , David Hubbard , J. Daniel Sawyer , Beverly Langland , Jennifer Levine
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Book Description

With their own demise staring them in the face, the characters in Apocalypse Sex decide to do one thing: have the best sex of their lives. These stories include a range of settings, tones, and sexualities, but they share the feeling of freedom that impending death can provide. And, of course, they share the desperately intense kind of sex that you can only have if you think it might be your last.

In J. Daniel Sawyer's “Buried Alive in the Blues,” a woman finds a speakeasy at the edge of the world, where she discovers the answer to her lover's mysterious death, she witnesses a stage show that no one will ever see again, and she finds a new lover and a hope for redemption.

Elizabeth Coldwell's “Expiry Date” imagines a world where debtors literally explode if they can't pay their debts. A woman has 24 hours to find money or die. She has one last chance to have the sex she's always been afraid to try.

Elizabeth Schechter writes “Darkest Night” from the perspective of a sentient ship's computer who watches her captain's love-making with curiosity and a little envy. When there's a problem with the air onboard, the captain runs a simulator that allows him and the computer to do what she's always wanted.

In the lighthearted “Invasion!” by Beverly Langland, Frank and Martha have always had a flirtatious relationship, but they've never gone further since Frank's married. When Martians attack Earth, Frank and Martha finally get their chance, and when they find a scared young girl, they get the chance to do what they've never imagined.

In “Fences,” by David Hubbard, a virus threatens the entire human race. The X virus can takes years to kill a person; it's already killed Jeremy's lover, and Jeremy himself might die any day now. Jeremy uses the time he has left to seduce the straight guy next door. It won't be easy, but he has nothing left to lose.

When the apocalypse looms, you can choose to die or you can choose to live. In these life-affirming erotic stories, inhibitions are cast aside and fantasies are fulfilled as the doomed desperately search for a way to forget the world, and for sex to remember forever.

Product Details

  • File Size: 215 KB
  • Print Length: 90 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Circlet Press, Inc. (June 8, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003QP4F0W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,292,031 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Elisa
Format:Kindle Edition
Buried Alive in the Blues by J. Daniel Sawyer (M/F and M/M): More than an apocalyptic futuristic short story, this was almost an horror. While the world is crashing down around her, a woman is mourning the loss of her beloved husband Juno. For her nothing matter now, if not the blues, and when the last band in the world playing the right blues comes to town, that is the only reason why she will leave her home. But she is not going only to listen to music and dance, she is going to the end of the world and back again, and through sex she will take her vengeance, or maybe even grant peace to her enemies.

Expiry Date by Elizabeth Coldwell (M/F): in its macabre tone, this was probably the most funny of the short stories. Holly has no money to pay for her chip to be upgraded, and at the end of the day she will be dead. She decides that she will enjoy her last day, even if this will mean to cheat her best friend: Suzi has the best husband around, Marco, and Holly wants a piece of him before the end. It's not really cheating since she will be not around to continue to do so. But destiny has other plans.

Darkest Night by Elizabeth Schechter (M/M and M/F): for once the M/M pair was not the good one. Moira is an AI of Tariq's spaceshift, and she is always there for him, despite all the different lovers, males and females, entering his life. Now Tariq has Marcus, and he seems happy; Moira has no jealousy in her, and she only wants the best for Tariq, so she doesn't understand why Marcus is so contrary to her. Then Moira intercept a message: the end of the world, know and unknow is coming, and they have only two choice, searching shelter deep in the ground or chosing to die in the space, like they have always lived.
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