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"Brought to us by Violet Blue, an author, video blogger and sexpert who's made quite the name for herself in the world of erotica, this collection is all about what women want. The 18 sexy stories (all written by women) cover every sexy scenario you never knew you were into, from fantasy to fetishes." — Refinery 29

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Violet Blue proves that there’s no such thing as having seen it all—in Best Women’s Erotica 2015, she presents a volume of smart, seductive stories filled with characters who dive into sexual encounters with supreme satisfaction on their minds. A hacker finds himself in a predicament when he accidentally leaves his webcam on—and his female chat partner won’t let him off the hook. A female ghostwriter indulges a wealthy businessman, and he uses her for far more creative purposes than just writing—even loaning her out to his business associates. A woman becomes determined to find a dirty stranger to feel her up on the subway, and with the help of a clever and resourceful friend, she gets what she wants. From first-time scenarios to revenge sex, and from couples rekindling their spark to long-time partners engaging in game-changing experimentation, Best Women’s Erotica 2015 will introduce you to your new favorite fantasy.

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Product Details

  • Series: Best Women's Erotica
  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Cleis Press (January 13, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1627780882
  • ISBN-13: 978-1627780889
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.8 x 7.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,206 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By English Teacher Turned Reviewer on January 24, 2015
Format: Paperback
Yes- this IS the best! I am a fan of Violet Blue who seems quite brilliant, lovr her blog! This book is a stunningly sexy- immense variety and you find yourself caring about the characters. Just like the back of the book promises, this is "what women want" to read. Try it!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jude Gyllenhoff on January 28, 2015
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What separates this anthology and many of the Violet Blue-edited erotica anthologies from the rest of the pack is variety,depth, emotional engagement, and imagination. In the Ghostwriter by Valerie Alexander, a freelance ghostwriter gets much more than she bargained for when she is assigned to cover a powerful CEO who is also immersed in the BDSM community. In Click-Click-Click , by Annabeth Leong,two photographers end up taking more than just pictures in an abandoned site. The Art Teacher takes the Police song "Don't Stand So Close to Me" a step further. In Tryst of Fate by Lydia Hill, a lonely sales rep at a practically abandoned motel gets involved with trade who turns out to be much rougher and more desperate than she realized. In The Kissing Party, Rachel Kramer Bussel gives us a lighthearted fun blindfold story. This collection is a nice balance of gay,straight and bi,and dom, sub and "conventional" sex(but often in unconventional settings). It is regionally varied as well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By QuixoticOrchid on February 13, 2015
Format: Paperback
Way back in the day, the early part of the 21st century, I was introduced to Cleis Press when I came across a copy of the first Best Women’s Erotica on a Barnes and Noble shelf. Before then, all my naked literature fixes were fulfilled with various girly magazines like Penthouse Variations and Letters. Cool, but nothing compared to the delicious heat I found in those first BWE pages. They spoke my language, and I’ve read every edition since. This year has a couple of well-knowns like Rachel Kramer Bussel and Alison Tyler — and some names I’ve never heard before but will definitely be on the lookout for. The 2015 edition offers a different kind of spice, not as tame as that first one in 2000, but growing with the boldness of our favorite fantasies. You will find whatever it takes to get you off in these pages.
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Apparently thanks to 50 Shades this year's overall theme is BDSM because quite a few stories contained BDSM themes. I'm fine with pushing boundaries and experimentation- a spanking, a blindfold, maybe even a little light bondage...but the degradation and humiliation, the utter disregard for someone's suffering, emotions...some of these stories I couldn't stomach.

The first story, The Ghostwriter, focuses on boardroom BDSM, the powerful businessman who got that way by learning how to play the domination game. I guess this overplayed trope continues to fascinate many, it only made me cringe. The BDSM, not the writing. It was very well written. The degradation and humilation just isn't my thing. I understand the underlying message, but the method of getting there.

I loved Roxanne (how could I not love a story featuring my name ;-). This modern geek twist on Cyrano de Bergerac contained a lesbian twist. This was a clever and sexy tale.

I think my favorite was The Seven Ravens, even if it was a little repetitive on wording. The overall theme of pushing boundaries, opening up to new experiences and repairing the past was something different. And it had a lovely touch of magic that I very much enjoyed.

There were a few stories I couldn't get through, like Postcards from Paris but there would others I couldn't put down.

I quite enjoyed the variety of sexuality the stories offered- there is something for everyone- dom, sub, bi, lesbian, vanilla, light BDSM, extreme BDSM, a man that enjoys pegging...yes something for everyone with well written tales full of depth and character packed into short exciting stories written by some of the hottest and most well known names in erotica.

These collections never disappoint. In every edition there's been at least one story that stays with me.
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18 scorching hot stories with a little bit of everything. Most of the stories were M/F, but there were also F/F, F/M/M/M and M/M. The majority of these stories were terrific, but I found some stand out favorites.

The Ghostwriter by Valerie Alexander

A female ghostwriter indulges a wealthy businessman, and he uses her for far more creative purposes than just writing—even loaning her out to his business associates.

Tags: Contemporary, BDSM, CEO, Hero: 58, Heroine: 28, Humiliation, Anal sex, Multiple partners

Very hot and sensual, not just in terms of sex, but the hero had charisma. I could see why she fell under his spell. Despite him coming across as aloof, the heroine and the reader could feel that she was safe and that he cherished her in his own way.

Rating: 4 out of 5

Roxanne by Tamsin Flowers

A modern take on Cyrano de Bergerac.

Tags: Contemporary, NA, College, F/F

It was a cute story, even though I don’t read NA or F/F. It was fun to see Syra “speak” to Roxanne through Christian’s texts, and Roxanne (the class beauty with brains) was clever enough to figure out the game.

Rating: 3 out of 5

Click-Click-Click by Annabeth Leong

For five years, a woman has loved the attention and artful photographs her voyeur has bestowed on her. But she’s ready to take their game to The next level.

Tags: Contemporary, M/F, Voyeurism, Exhibitionism

This was very erotic and tastefully executed. By establishing that this woman and Ron had this silent but consensual agreement, he didn’t come across as a creepy stalker type.
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