An Erotica Collection
Authors: Rachel Kramer Bussel, Rose de Fer, Elizabeth Coldwell, Kathleen Tudor, Flora Dain, Jason Rubis, Louise Hooker, Willow Sears, Tabitha Kitten, Cèsar Sanchez Zapata
Published: July 25, 2013
Publisher: HarperCollins UK (Avon)
Format: eBook only
Purchase Links: Amazon - Barnes & Noble
Discreet liaisons and steamy connections in hotel rooms: ten original erotica stories from Mischief, featuring Rachel Kramer Bussell, Flora Dain, Elizabeth Coldwell, Tabitha Kitten, Rose de Fer and many more.
Each skilful, sensual story packs a punch. Who knew you could make a business trip so exciting? (Willow Sears), find raw passion in an airport hub? (Elizabeth Coldwell), a sensual mystery in no-nonsense New York? (Jason Rubis), lose it with a stranger (Tabitha Kitten)? And with writers like Kathleen Tudor, Louise Hooker, Cesar Sanchez Zapata, Rose de Fer and Rachel Kramer Bussell all in residence you’ll look at hotels in a whole new way!
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Do Not Disturb is an erotica collection of 10 short stories from authors I've never heard of, but I will be looking up a couple of them in the future. I'm usually not a big fan of anthologies with so many different short stories, but I really enjoyed this one. Each story was roughly 10 pages, almost like an amuse-bouche of that author's writing. There is something for everyone. Some books are more vanilla than others. And some are pretty raunchy. If you like a little mystery with your erotica, then Jason Rubis' "Room 414" is for you. If you like a little M/F/M, then start with "Something Extra" by Flora Dain. If you have a stranger kink, then you'll enjoy "Ssshh, No Speaking" by Tabitha Kitten. I enjoyed all of the short stories, but I think Kathleen Tudor's "Scheduling Conferences" was my favorite. Do Not Disturb could be read one of two ways. You can go for the gusto like I did and read it straight through. Or you could take it slower and read one story at a time (perfect to read between books). However, I don't recommend reading it in public. You never know who could be reading over your shoulder. *grin*
Ah but that's the best kind to read out in public. LOL Makes for such interesting conversations! ;) I hadn't heard of any of these authors. Will definitely have to pick this one up and check it out.ReplyDelete
herding cats & burning soup
LOL! I had a family friend ask if she could check out my Kindle. Not thinking, I said sure and handed it over. Not 2 seconds later, it dawned on me that some of the covers can be racy for non-romance readers. Thankfully, the books on my favorites shelf are pretty tame, but if she looked through the rest of my books, she would have gotten quite the eyeful.Delete
I need a Kindle cover that has "Open at your own risk - I read romance" on the front.