The Next Girl & Other Lesbian Tales Kindle Edition
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I don't know if you know Tawanna Sullivan but you probably know and remember with "wet" fondness Kuma2.net, of which she was one of the founders. I spent many an evening or week enthralled on that site and was thrilled when one of my pieces was accepted.
I say all that to say, Tawanna knows not only writing but readers. In "The Next Girl & Other Lesbian Tales" she touches all readers adn the genres that sing out to them to include: erotica, horror, suspense, thriller, fantasy, and romance. Similar to Kuma2.net. Can I say here that I miss that site? Because I do.
From the opening scene of "The Next Girl" she sets the stage with in your face erotica in the form of group sex in "Just Desserts". I was like.................whoa. But not in a stop whoa..in a I would have liked to be a fly on the wall whoa. That feeling stays with me through out the book as each story places the reader in a different genre direction, some traveled before and others relatively new.
Tawanna excels at suspense/thriller especially in the "The Getaway" and "Cat and Mouse" both of which showcase her storytelling skills and leave you guessing up until the last word.
I enjoyed "The Next Girl" and eagerly await her next gift to the masses. But you know this moment can not pass without me asking... Tawanna & Martina, when is Kuma2.net coming back? Asking for a friend.