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Susie Bright Presents: Three Kinds of Asking for It: Erotic Novellas by Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway Paperback – July 5, 2005
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-- Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., author, Dr. Sprinkle's Spectacular Sex and Annie Sprinkle: Post-Porn Modernist
"Three Kinds of Asking for It is the perfect book for intellectual sex freaks. Each is different, all are sexual."
Sarah Silverman, comedian, screenwriter, Funny Ladies, Saturday Night Live!
"'Jodi K' is a deeply felt and funny account of a young girl's burgeoning sexuality by a writer too invested in Jodi's story to allow simplistic political correctness and knee-jerk moralism to get in the way of fully exploring the sexual drive and desires of preadolescents. The result is intense, unjudgmental, hilarious, and wise."
-- Alan Ball, creator, Six Feet Under, screenwriter and coproducer, American Beauty
Top Customer Reviews
Once you've had a moment to digest that, dive into the main course, Greta Christina's fabulous "Bending" but be warned that this is one spicy story! From the first page, you're going to be squirming in your seat, sweating just a bit in all the right places and needing a drink of water now and then to keep you going... it's that deliciously erotic. It might be one of the hottest stories you'll ever read, but it's so good you won't be able to stop until it's over.
After you've let the flavors from "Bending" fade, treat yourself to the sweet tale of "Jodi K". Jill Soloway gets right into the mind and specific tastes of a teenage girl, and the result is a fascinating and very satisfying end to a wonderful meal... er, book.
In Eric Albert's supremely witty,Charmed,I'm Sure, our hero discovers what is under the fine print when he enters into a contract with a very modern witch who accepts credit card payment for her spells. In Bending, beautifully written by Greta Christina, a woman who prefers one sexual position over all others, pushes her sexual envelope so far out she finds a whole new world inside. In Jill Soloway's very wise and very funny Jodi K. we find out what happens when a smart and lovely fourteen year old gets a crush on her best friend's father. All three of these novellas end with a surprise that left me breathless and delighted.
Three Kinds Of Asking For It is a book I want to give to all my friends.
Tsaurah Litzky, author of The Motion Of The Ocean
Soloway nails 14 year old Jodi's voice, poking gentle fun at adolescent hyperbolic language. The details of Jodi's world -- her distant dad who's always reading a book about Hitler, her older sister's struggles with an oversized chest -- feel real and well-chosen.
Soloway never judges her characters. Though the central relationship is between an underage girl and her friend's dad, she doesn't allow the girl to become a pure victim, nor does she paint the man as a victimizing aggressor. Instead, she lets the whole event live in the clumbsy limbo of real life and leaves us to draw our own conclusions.
If you like your stories as smart as they are sexy, this one's for you.
-- Lawrence Paros, author of Bawdy Language
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For those who are horny and not afraid to show it, this book is for you.Published 18 months ago by Laurence Cameron
Three well written stories that were, however a bit obscure, and not very erotic to me.Published on October 29, 2009 by Nick-urban reader
I'm the author of several books on NeoPaganism. I've also been writing and selling porn stories for about a decade. Read morePublished on August 2, 2005 by Jennifer Hunter
So far I've only read the first two of the three stories. (Based on the reviews that I've seen here, I'm looking forward to reading the last one. Read morePublished on July 30, 2005 by David Rosenberg
Jill Soloway's novella Jodi K was the best of the bunch. Soloway's writing is so realistic and funny that, dare i say, she must be giving Judy Blume a run for her money. Read morePublished on July 21, 2005 by Book Luva