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Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Review - Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2009
Authors: Lara Zielinsky, Stephanie Rose, Kissa Starling, Geneva King
Publisher: Alyson Books
Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Tami
Review: There are four very HOT shorts in this book. It starts out with Lara Zielinsky's tale Les Triumphante. This story definitely gives a new meaning to, "When the boat's rockin' don't come knocking!" This shows how a woman grows into more of a woman when the right hands mold her. Great setting and HOT HOT HOT lusty scenes.
The next short comes from Stephanie Rose in the form of her story The Perfect Fit. First off, I need to know, where is this shop, and how do I get an appointment. I certainly hope that the editor put one of her cards in the book for us all to find out. I was very proud of Ms. Rose for taking a very important issue among women (lack of self esteem) and mingling it with hotness. Not only was she able to give us hope for what we find wrong with our bodies, but she was able to do it in an extremely HOT way! Thank you!
Third in the book came Kissa Starling's PS - I Love You. I was honestly not shocked by the extremely real characters that Ms. Starling was able to provide in this story. Having read her books before, I come to expect no less from her. There were GREAT details that not only made this a HOT read, but also a story about love and loyalty. It tells of a time when love was free and music was love and life. Woodstock here I come!
And last but not least in the line up was Geneva King's Holy Fuck. I was a little shocked that these seemed to be more "flasheristic" than a story. Each of the short shorts were very hot, but left me wanting just a little bit more. I would have loved for Ms. King to branch out on these stories so I get a better feel for the characters and the steam.