The list author says: "Every once in a blue hot moon, a novel comes along that capture's women's erotic fantasies. The female heroine is plucky, headstrong, a little naive— but with a sexual appetite that's never been tapped. When she finds a lover who is confident (alright, masterful!) and persuasive enough to push her over the edge— wow, just send all your messages to voice mail and lock the door, because readers will not be torn from these pages. If you've ever had a submissive, feisty fantasy— if going from "who cares?" to INSATIABLE make you sopping wet, you'll love checking out the rest of these stories."
"The BDSM-y short stories in this collection include: "Surviving Darwin," by Alicia Gifford (this STILL gives me the shivers) "The Program," by G. Bonhomme, Eric Albert's IMMORTAL "the Letters," Patrice Suncircle's unforgettable "Tennessee," the hilarious "Manicure," by Martha Garvey, Serena MOloch's "Casting Couch," and Aaron Travis' drop-f'in-dead novella, "Blue Light.""
"The BDSM-y short stories in here include: Anne Tourney's "Resurrection Rose," Shanna Germain's "Smoke and Ashes," "Historical Inaccuracies" by Julia Talbot, "The Rookery," by Jess Wells, ""Half-Crown Doxy," and a real sweet turn-about by Sera Gamble, show-runner for Supernatural. Her story is "The Devil's INvisible Scissors." All gothic, fantasy, supernatural."