- File Size: 1246 KB
- Print Length: 59 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: QNY (April 23, 2011)
- Publication Date: April 23, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004XTXIBC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,433,980 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Quickies In New York, Stories: Winter to Spring Kindle Edition
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Readers who are unfamiliar with Guy New York's style or world may come away feeling slightly less satiated, as the collection plays out against an unseen and unexplained Manhattan backdrop, and reads more like a series of beginnings than a complete narrative arc. Characters come and go casually, as though the author has taken you by the hand and walked you down a street in the East Village, highlighting moments only to pass by almost instantly. The last two stories in the collection, however, have some additional development and are allowed to stretch beyond the tightly controlled format of other chapters, and as such provide a brief and fleeting sense of closure.
As a part of Guy New York's ongoing world and the development of his well-loved characters, this book is top notch and deliciously erotic. As a stand-alone novel, you may be asked to stretch your imagination a little further in order to have a rich reading experience. However, as Guy New York continues to publish collections, Winter to Spring is a great entry point into a beautiful, sexy world that is well worth following.
if you enjoy literary teasing, you must indulge in guy new york's selection of brief tales from his equally impressive blog (plus two exclusive new stories). before buying the collection, I read many of the stories more than once, but somehow the guilty pleasure of seeing them on my kindle app is enlightening, fun, and plain old convenient.
his words are sexy and refreshing, toying with gender, travel, drinking, fashion, various partners, and so much more. I love these stories because I love both new york and to be teased ....
For Guy New York, the town is Manhattan and the "something" is glimpses into the every-day eroticism of the people around him. In each of these thirty-seven very brief tales, the reader is given a tantalizing taste of what we might see if we look in just the right direction at the perfect moment. The stories are, by turns, sweet and salacious, introducing us to a cast of characters we wish we could befriend and a narrator who is both kind and kinky.
Quickies In New York, Stories is smart smut. it will arouse your mind and your nether-regions. Frankly, it's a little bit addictive.
The sex in the book is blindingly hot, obviously (I have made the mistake of reading it on the subway more than once and nearly re-enacted the "orgasm on a train" scene myself) but its real attraction lies in the sheer, stunning quality of the writing. Guy New York is blissfully spare, each word chosen as carefully and sincerely as a selection from Milk & Honey's cocktail menu. Guy New York writes like a man who spends a lot of time not just having sex, but thinking about it, examining it, caring about it. This is thinking person's porn, porn for your brain, and it will get your brain off hard.
It honestly almost goes without saying how sexy it is. I mean, Calico Lane posed for the cover. That didn't get the point across?