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For The Men And The Women Who Love Them Paperback – December 1, 2016
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About the Author
ROSE CARAWAY is a native Northern California writer, editor, audiobook narrator, and podcaster for the #1 Erotica show in iTunes, The Kiss Me Quick’s Erotica Podcast. She freely celebrates all things erotica with her wonderful husband and Lurid Listeners, and is fondly known as “The Sexy Librarian.” You might also find Rose Caraway over at, The Sexy Librarian’s Blog-cast where she not only discusses her own journey in writing and her latest book and audiobook projects. She also interviews some of her favorite erotica authors, fellow narrators, and anyone else interested in engaging conversation, while along the way, offering helpful tips of the trade to aspiring writers. The Sexy Librarian’s Blog-Cast is a new way to get to know Rose Caraway and her husband/producer, Dayv Caraway, and their amazing friends! Rose’s writings have prominently showcased her sex-positive approach to life, as well as shown her commitment to both feminism and masculinism. She believes that people of all genders and orientations should be considered complementary and interdependent and are necessary for a truly healthy and functional society. In addition to writing, Rose’s other passions revolve around her soul mate, Big Daddy—Dayv Caraway, their three beautiful children, and her two dogs. Rose keeps an active lifestyle and has a deep love of music and its many incarnations. She has earned a Black Belt in Kenpo Karate. She also studies and practices, Brazilian Jujitsu and Mixed Martial Arts.
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Not every story is a five star story, a few are just one scene without that crafted beginning, middle, and end wrapping it up with reader satisfaction. But not everybody can be O. Henry. Others are very well crafted stepping into the minds of the characters and pulling off that good writers trick of showing what the character is thinking and feeling by showing the reader what is happening or with a subtle turn of dialog.
The book is a solid 4-star, with tight editing, good layout and a wealth of enjoyable reading by 25 writers giving the reader what they came for. It is a recommended read.
This erotic collection offered a great variety of stories ranging from contemporary, sci-fi, thriller, some paranormal themes, even some humor. This is the third anthology I have read that was edited by Rose Caraway and I really enjoyed it! (As I did with the others) I really appreciate the amount/length of the stories in addition to the different themes because erotica is one of my favorite genres and the more the better (in my opinion).
As always there are some stories that I found to be a HUGE turn on and really well written and those were:
Take It Like a Man by D.Lovejoy
Balls and Strikes by J.T. Seate
Lonely Spirits by Winter Blair
The After Party by Josie Jordan
Picturing You Naked by Rachel Kramer Bussel
I think the great variety of stories in this book make it something that erotica lovers will enjoy. Definitely pick this one up!
It's great to see erotic literature aimed at men (and women who love them). While much of what is already out there can definitely appeal to both, it's often marketed with tag lines calling it for women. Erotic literature has so much potential that could be missed by focusing so much on just women. Rose Caraway calls on men to enjoy the stories in this anthology with plenty of variety and debauchery. This collection challenges the notions of men's sexuality being sold in mainstream pornographic video as being solely physical, one-dimensional, and unimaginative.
While it's great for anyone, “For the Men” serves as an excellent collection for men who may be new to erotic fiction or looking to find something new. There's such a wide variety here that anyone should be able to find a handful of stories to enjoy. This isn't just in regards to the kinks and sex acts either. Different genres, settings, relationship pairings, and moods offer a little bit of everything.
I enjoyed most of the stories in this collection and would consider a few of them among my favorite erotic short stories. The stories are wonderfully told. Language is used so well throughout the collection. Landon Dixon truly writes like he's having just as much fun with words as his protagonist in “Breasted.” In my favorite, “Undercover Cop,” Erin Pim sets a tense scene that couldn't get any hotter. Even a sweeter story like Spencer Dryden's “MILF and Cookies” brings thick sexual tension in such a simple scenario.
Rose Caraway and the authors she selected really bring it in “For the Men”. These stories are fun, they're imaginative, sensual, and best of all, they're exciting! That's what makes this book so hot, it's not just about explicit descriptions of intercourse, but all of the other wonderful things that along with it.
Yes, I'm one of those handful of people out there that thought erotica was a woman's pastime, both the reading and writing of. So what did I think of a book designed with a masculine erotica voice? Hold on a minute. I'm still trembling.
I saw excellent writing displaying both variety and heat. Reading this book made me feel like I'd been taken hard, flipped over onto my tummy and taken again. Definitely going onto this reader's keeper shelf for another sweaty day.
Most recent customer reviews
Writing is poor, stories are cringeworthy. I removed this from my Kindle device after two stories.