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Hotel: A Literary Erotica Anthology (Mofo Pubs Presents) (Volume 2) Paperback – June 14, 2017
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Hotel: a Literary Erotica Anthology is a collection of short stories, some more explicit than others, all centered around the theme of ‘hotel.’ The stories in this anthology ranged in their topics and plots - it was not just one BDSM story after another. The editor warned up front that stories weren’t limited to certain types of erotica, and the varying pairings and situations made this a fresh anthology.
This collection features well-written stories that cover everything from first-time lesbian romances, unfaithful husbands, Dominant/submissive escapades, and afterlife orgies.
Every story in Hotel is well-written, well done, and has a unique plot. Every author in this anthology had a unique voice and writing style, yet the editor managed to tie all these unrelated stories together in an interesting package.
Most of the stories in here are relatively short. There are so many different parts of erotica in this anthology that there’s something for everyone. There are many talented authors in this collection, and the editor put the contents together in an accessible, logical way.
I thoroughly enjoyed this anthology. It had unique stories and was edited together nicely. This is a great collection for any time you want to pick up a quick, erotic read.
I was very happy to find that there is nothing exaggerated in calling this "literary" erotica. Every story in this collection would work just fine without any of the sex, and in each tale the sex is handled with skill and class. This isn't to say the sex acts aren't "dirty" or even a little disturbing at times, but it's always written with style.
"The Witching Place" legitimately bothered me at times, and I'm not a prudish person. What I loved in this story, though, was that it was such a cold, heartless tale until the very end (spoiler ahead) when it suddenly became very human and warm, these two people recognizing each other as lost creatures only at the moment they are torn apart.
"At the Crossroads" was probably my favorite. I guessed where it was going halfway through but that did nothing to ruin the ride. I really liked the way this story was handled.
Every story in this collection was thought-provoking and nicely written. It's also great to see a small press anthology that is so well edited and formatted.
I definitely enjoyed reading this.