Friday, March 1, 2013

Sudden Sex Anyone?

I recently saw a tweet call-out for reviews by Alison Tyler, the editor for a brand new anthology with CLEIS PRESS which is OUT NOW.
You know I was going to play along with that, right? Okay, so I was snowed under with projects and blog posts and contests and... yeah, you get the picture. And the idea of a quick timeout with a smexy story was just too good to resist.

I knew I was in for a treat as soon as I saw the list of authors within the pages of this smoking hot anthology.

Thanks, Alison, for letting me 'play along'.

I read and reviewed AT THE CAR WASH by Lucy Felthouse

A perfectly delivered public display short with vivid scenes and excellent pacing. The cute little twist at the end wrapped-up Harriet's adventure with cheeky finesse.

YOU CAN READ MY FULL REVIEW HERE: http://alisontyler.blogspot.com/2013/02/suddenly-sudden-sex-reviews.html

AND CHECK OUT REVIEWS OF OTHER STORIES IN THE ANTHO HERE: http://alisontyler.blogspot.com/2013/02/what-fresh-hell-is-this.html

AND IF YOU'D LIKE TO READ THE SEXY LITTLE TREATS FOR YOURSELF, you can purchase SUDDEN SEX here and at other ebook/print stores:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B6U17D2

BLURB:
Maybe one of the hidden benefits of everyone being so darn busy is the rise of the quickie! No one writes fresh fiction on quick sex better than Alison Tyler who has probably inspired more time-efficient trysts that any other eroticist. Whether at the office with your boss, in a restaurant restroom or naughty nooners with your long-time love, Tyler's Sudden Sex will have you dialing up a booty call stat!
Alison Tyler says: "My favorite short stories brand new. Crisp and focused, taut and tight. The pieces in this collection are waiting for you to slide them on, button the fly, then turn and admire how well they fit your kink. Because—as everyone who knows me understands by now—I’m all about the kink. This collection features BDSM, spanking, toys, tools, girls gone bad and men who need it just as bad. I’ve assembled stories from writers I’ve worked with for nearly two decades as well as wordsmiths who are new to me. What do the pieces have in common? Each one maxes out at 1500 words. That’s not a lot of small talk. We’ve cut the awkward getting to know you phase and instead parked you right up at the point. We’re past first base, past second, on our way to third. His hand is under your skirt; her palm is on your cock—we’re all adults here—no need to fight the fact that sometimes what we crave is simple: sudden sex."

Take a breath. Bite your lip. Get ready to get off.

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