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Suite Encounters: Hotel Sex Stories Paperback – June 12, 2012
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"The hotel room is a fantastic setting around which to assemble a short stories (erotica or otherwise), and Suite Encounters (if you'll forgive my word play here) provides above-and-beyond service." ―Glorified Love Letters
"This is a classy dirty book, and it is perfect for anyone who prefers erotica with more than just the basics." ―San Francisco Book Review
"Cleis Press is a premier publisher of erotic fiction for an adult readership. One of their latest titles is Suite Encounters: Hotel Sex Stories knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel. Comprised of twenty short stories by remarkably gifted writers, the tales recounted within the pages of Suite Encounters touch upon honeymoon suite romances, 'by-the-hour' hotel trysts, clandestine rendezvous, couples revisiting and renewing their past occasions, coworker quickies, and even a mermaid! Perfect 'guilty pleasure' reading, Suite Encounters is certain to be a welcome read by anyone who has every engaged in (or fantasized about) an erotic encounter in a hotel room of their own!" ―Midwest Book Review
"Suite Encounters is a fantastic collection, with a range of stories and characters I rarely encounter in an anthology. The theme is tight―hotels, which our editor lovingly discusses in her introduction as a kind of erotic tabula rasa. Taking a narrow theme and collecting authors who can spin that theme into such a wide range of stories is a mark of a great editor, and Rachel Kramer Bussel does just that." ―Erotica Revealed
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Introduction: Sex Magic
Hotel rooms are magical. Anything can happen in them, and the travelers in these stories know that well, using their hotel and motel rooms to engage in all sorts of explosive acts.
Sex work is, of course, a mainstay of hotel sex, but in this anthology, sex work happens with a twist. There's the male escort and a desk clerk in "Night School," by Valerie Alexander, the "Dirty White Envelope" in Ellie Vokes's story and the professional procurer in my "Special Request." Hotel workers play just as vibrant a role here as traditional sex workers.
Hotels give us an opportunity to engage in our favorite forms of sex magic on big, wide beds with plenty of pillows that can be used to lean back on or muffle screams of pleasure. We can indulge in the guilty pleasure of eavesdropping on our neighbors or walking down the hall hoping to spy or hear something juicy. Many of the characters here use hotels to escape from their everyday lives and engage in all sorts of flings and fetishes. Hotels bring out our most daring side, and let us strip down in a window, listen in on a stranger, star in an orgy and take part in all manner of other outrageous sex acts.
The characters in Remittance Girl's "Proof of Desire" get exactly that, and in her telling, it's hot, urgent and fierce: "There it was. Need, desire so strong it burst into the stillness of the room, tainting the air with an ache. It hurt. It hurt deliciously to stand so close, to see the beads of sweat that birthed and glinted along the line of his sternum. To smell the faded scent of morning soap rise off his skin, and the sweetness of the oil he'd used on his cock, and the richer musk of his crotch. The tip of her tongue prickled with want."
The hotel in "Soundproof," by Emily Moreton is anything but, and listening to strangers get it on fuels Sam's desire as he soaks in every word. Suzanne Fox teases us with a fun yet sexy murder mystery weekend in "An Inspector Comes"--yes, her use of the double entendre is deliberate. "Surrender with a Twist," by Suleikha Snyder, takes us to, fittingly, Las Vegas; no book of hotel erotica would be complete without some Sin City sex. Lily K. Cho brings on the kink in "Unbound at the Holiday Inn," as a marriage takes a vital step when Mark bares his bottom for a spanking, changing the course of their relationship for the better. "Travelodge Tess" is on the job, but that doesn't stop her from having some fun along the way in Justine Elyot's clever tale. Elizabeth Silver delivers a torrid threesome in "Business Expenses," as Margo, Tonya and Javier enjoy sex toys--and each other.
The tone becomes nostalgic in Erobintica's "Return to the Nonchalant Inn," when Gerald and Jillian return to the island hotel they'd visited twenty years before and figure out if they can pick up where they left off. Tahira Iqbal looks at the head of a hotel empire, a modern-day Conrad Hilton named Mark Deacon, in "The Deacon," as this corporate tycoon makes sure to do a very thorough inspection of his hotels, and a very special employee. Steve Isaak's brief but powerful "Love, Loud as a Bomb" deals with the fear induced by a Hawaiian tsunami, and a clairvoyant who times her orgasm to a disaster.
Role-playing takes center stage in "Dirty White Envelope," which opens with, "It took me three years to tell Ron I wanted to be treated like a whore," and goes from there with this common, exciting fantasy. Erotic romance author Delilah Devlin gives us "Tailgating at the Cedar Inn," in which Kelsey brazenly takes on two guys, who are more than happy to enjoy her lusty attention. Michael A. Gonzales gives us a sexy heroine, Miki Jamison, a forty-five-year-old former blaxploitation star who luxuriates in the sumptuous hotel room, and her costar's passion for her. Closing out the book, Francine is famous for being able to deliver anything to her guests by "Special Request," and when Claudine requests she arrange--and attend--an orgy, she is more than up to the challenge--or so she thinks.
All of these stories capture some aspect of the thrill of hotel sex, and I hope you will enjoy them at home, at a hotel or wherever you happen to be, and perhaps you'll be inspired on your next vacation, staycation, work trip, or wherever your travels take you, to engage in the spirit of these sexy stories.
Rachel Kramer Bussel
New York City
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Suite Encounters is full of hot hotel hookups that might leave you saying. Wow, I can’t believe they wanted to do that and that it actually worked LOL.. I did find this book on the hotter side. One of the stories Dirty White Envelope, left me speechless and wondering what in the world goes on in people’s minds LOL. The thing was, it worked for the couple and that’s what love is all about, finding what works for you and your partner no matter how funky it sound.
Again these types of books are just for fun monkey sex. If this is your kind of thing please add this to your reading list.
'Selfish': That's what a book is, a doorway to another world
'Soundproof': Audible voyeurism is better when shared
'Business Expenses': The stuff dreams are made of...
'The Deacon': So who really is the best of bosses?
'Night School': This is why I love the anominous nature of hotels; if only the walls could speak
'Feel so Dirty': Sharing mutual fantasies, Ahhh the power of imagination
'Tailgating at the Cedar Inn': Ms. Kelsey in Wonderland, definately not Kansas nor Iowa anymore
The stories blend so well together, it just made the experience more enjoyable.
My favorite, by far, was Tailgating at the Cedar Inn by Delilah Devlin - A woman stops to get some rest at a roadside spot, she gets more than she bargained for, in a very good way.
Night School by Valerie Alexander involves a desk clerk teaching an escort how to be a dominate by being her submissive.
Return to the Nonchalant Inn by Erobintica- A frisky older couple visits a place they had stayed at many years ago, let me tell you the thrill was still there even after more than a decade.
The anthology was well put together and the stories were amazing to read. RKB and Cleis press do not disappoint. 20 stories to tantalize and excite. You will not be disappointed to drop your money on this great read. They hit the mark with this one over and over again. I am looking forward to the next great read from Cleis Press and RKB.
Selfish has a nice exploration of a good-girl gone bad, seeking out the dangerous and tempting task of adultery. I liked how she was psyching herself up for the encounter and then the twist that the story took that showed how a woman can have it all if she just puts her mind to it. Proof of Desire was an interesting venture into voyeurism where, at points, you were almost wondering if the scene would break entirely and she would give in to her desires. I liked seeing the main character pushing forward and staying in control of what she wanted. And in Night School, I was already drawn in with the set-up of a front desk clerk lusting after the male escort that visits the hotel, but then it became a teaching lesson of how to get the most out of a BDSM scene. I liked the turn of student to teacher, sub to dom, as she shows him the pleasures of what might be. This, along with many more stories, make this collection a must-have. If you're a fan of hotel encounters and all the possibilities they involve, you should read this book!
The book is a wonderful collection of 20 stories that touch on all types of hotel play. There is romance, fantasy role-playing and hot play as you wander down the corridors that Rachel has pulled together. The hot times don't discriminate between fancy exclusive hotels, bed and breakfasts or on the road travel lodges. Each story offers a torrid flash at an away game experience.
In Soundproof Emily Moreton thrills you with the through the wall sound effects as provided by the couple in the next room. In Feel So Dirty Andrea Dale shows us what can happen when monogamous friends share a steamy experience but not each other. And Rachel herself supplies us with Special Request about a very special concierge and the very special job she does when fulfilling a guest's most intimate desire.
The only disappointment with the book was that the stay, like all vacations, ended much too soon. I highly recommend this 5 star collection. If you are looking for something hot, you will find it here.
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