Books in Print


Getting Even: Revenge Stories
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A collection of stories about passion and the sweetness of revenge… from a woman’s perspective. If you need a lesson in love, or the end of love, or even the end of friendship, take a cathartic trip through the murky waters of vengeance with these unsettling stories. Contributors include Danuta Reah (“Highly Commended” by the Crime Writers Association Short Story Award 2008 for her contribution “Glazed”), Tara Ison, Vicki Hendricks, Tony Fennelly, Niall Griffiths, Clare Colvin, Stella Duffy, and Mitzi Szereto. “An entertaining set of modern Tales of the Unexpected.” – The List

The New Black Lace Book of Women’s Sexual Fantasies
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A non-fiction survey book detailing genuine sexual fantasies from women the world over, ranging from the sweetly vanilla to the torridly kinky. This no-holds barred collection of authentic confessions gives a fascinating insight into the richness of the female imagination and is an education as well as a turn-on. “An honest and highly arousing compilation.” – Penthouse Forum


Erotic Fairy Tales: A Romp Through the Classics
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Fairy tales historically boasted licentious themes before being cleaned up for the consumption of children. Here the sex is restored in these 15 tales – with some provocative surprises. A not-so-virgin damsel weds a Prince Charming with a shoe fetish; Little Red Riding Hood discovers Grandma’s bed is open to any stray wolf; and a Japanese monk stumbles onto an S/M scene behind a forbidden door. Each tale is prefaced by a brief introduction telling its history and the sexual culture in which the work was originally composed. “Enthusiastically recommended.” – The Library Journal


Dying For It: Tales of Sex and Death
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We are as keen to examine sex as we are death. Put the two together and you have an explosive, daring literary venture into the taboo. This collection of short stories satisfies with an exciting and entertaining variety of expressions on the two most intimate human acts. Contributors include Kelley Armstrong, Lauren Henderson, Vicki Hendricks, Clare Colvin, Tobsha Learner, Niall Griffiths; Ashley Lister; Adreana Robbins, Lisabet Sarai, Marcelle Perks, Teresa Lamai, Jan Wildt, Lene Taylor, Muthoni Garland, and Mitzi Szereto.

Wicked: Sexy Tales of Legendary Lovers
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In this collection of speculative erotic fiction, 21 wickedly gifted writers indulge their imaginations – and ours – by eavesdropping on the sex lives of the famous. Historical characters ranging from legends such as Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, Rudolph Valentino, and Warren Beatty – to such unlikely figures as Chairman Mao, Sigmund Freud, Toulouse Lautrec, Adolph Hitler, and God. Contributors include Maxim Jakubowski, Janice Eidus, K. L. Gillespie, Lisette Ashton, Sacchi Green, A. F. Waddell, Gary Earl Ross, and Mitzi Szereto. “Funny, sexy, hot, clever, witty, erotic, provocative, poignant and just plain smart – this anthology is an embarrassment of riches. Each story should be savored, like the first time with a new lover.” – M. J. Rose

Foreign Affairs: Erotic Travel Tales
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In this third volume of the Erotic Travel Tales series, writers from around the globe explore the romance of travel in 21 erotic stories set in evocative locales, including Rome, Baja, Hanoi, Kyoto, St. Lucia, Dubai, Tenerife, Beijing, Biloxi, Brussels, Santorini, and The Holy Land. Contributors include Linda Jaivin, Opal Palmer Adisa, Lisabet Sarai, Donna George Storey, Tabitha Flyte, Carole Rosenthal, Helena Settimana, Debra Hyde, and Mitzi Szereto. “Buckle up. Erotic Travel Tales is a first-class journey through sexual encounters around the world. You’ll save the cost of a plane ticket and won’t have splinters after sex in a gondola.” – Playboy

Erotic Travel Tales 2
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Travel writing takes an erotic twist in this second volume of stories featuring sexual adventure, offering explicit fiction set in evocative locales such as Tibet, Bermuda, Bangkok, St. Tropez, Barcelona, Florence, Milan, Prague, Paris, Hamburg, Havana, Guadalajara, New Orleans, and Hollywood. Contributors include Lesley Glaister, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Gerard Wozek, Catherine Lundoff, G. Merlin Beck, Myriam Gurba, Alison Tyler, Diane LeBow, and Mitzi Szereto. “With masterful skill and overwhelming imagination, Erotic Travel Tales sweeps the globe to gather 21 tales of extraordinary sensuality in a collection where variety of location matches the variety of experiences… With a healthy dose of spice and sizzle, Erotic Travel Tales comes very highly recommended.” – Midwest Book Review

Erotic Travel Tales
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Written to satisfy wanderlust or arouse it, Erotic Travel Tales offers 21 erotic stories set in evocative locales – from London, Paris, Amsterdam, Capri, Venice, Athens, Taos, Toronto, Hawaii, and New Orleans, to coastal Australia and Bombay. Contributors include Christopher Hart, Jim Provenzano, Natasha Rostova, S. F. Mayfair, Kieron Devlin, Michele Larue, M. Christian, Christopher Hart, Ann Dulaney, Simon Sheppard, and Mitzi Szereto. “Losing yourself in these tales of erotic travel is like having an affair and a holiday simultaneously. The joy of sex and the pleasures of the text rolled into one. Reading doesn’t come any better.” – The Erotic Review


The World’s Best Sex Writing 2005
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The year’s best international serious nonfiction writing on sex, featuring publications such as New York magazine,, The Nation, Discover,, Guardian, Observer, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Herald, Independent, The Miami Herald, LA Weekly,, and Wired News. The distinguished and varied list of contributors include Dave Barry, Katha Pollitt, David France, Augusten Burroughs, Amy Sohn, Barry Yeoman, Nigel Planer, Ron Nyswaner, Toni Bentley, Steven Rinella, Jeannette Angell, Christine Aziz, Steven Kurutz, Rabbi Marc Gellman, Jonathan Margolis, and Sebastian Horsley.

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