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Publisher's Summary

Twenty-five hot-wired encounters guaranteed to spark more than just your imagination. A construction worker discovers a pleasant distraction in the surgical locker room; two friends share a walk on the wild side in Amsterdam's Red Light district; a femme top welcomes her lover home from the road; a woman enjoys a lazy summer afternoon with solo pleasures; a missed flight leads to a memorable limo ride for two women stranded in the fog on Cape Cod; a surprise party that ends with a most unusual gift; a woman takes a trip to the toy store for the one thing her lover never knew she needed; a graduate student signs up for a stimulating study that tests the outer limits of her control; two lovers reconnect with passion and pleasure...and more than 20 other erotically charged encounters from Radclyffe.
©2003 Radclyffe (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Bonnie on 09-26-14

If you enjoy lesbian erotica Radclyffe is amazing

Would you listen to Change of Pace again? Why?

Yes, I love all types of erotica, kinky, straight, gay, lesbian. Radclyffe writes great lesbian erotica, this is a group of her short stories that are all excellent. There are some better than others but in fact I really did enjoy every one. (some are really HOT)

Who was your favorite character and why?

This is a book of short stories so there isn't one character

Which scene was your favorite?

Many, it's hard to pick one but the last thee stories which link together Clinical Trial 1,2,3. Really was great

Any additional comments?

If you're into this genre this is not only loaded with great stories but Alexandra Wilde, is fantastic at narration. I've listened to her narrate several erotica books and she really get's into the emotion and passion of the characters. GREAT Narrator for this book. I usually check to see who is narrating certain erotica and Ms Wilde is one of the best.

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3 of 4 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Aissa2 on 04-24-18

What Did She Say?

Would you try another book from Radclyffe and/or Alexandria Wilde?

No, not by Radclyffe, but I might listen to another one narrated by Wilde, simply due to her voice and not necessarily the story or whatever she is narrating for any sense of interest or focus.

If you’ve listened to books by Radclyffe before, how does this one compare?


What does Alexandria Wilde bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She has a sultry voice. Due to her sultry voice, you really have to focus on what she is saying, and not get caught up in how she is saying it. As a result, it seems like whatever she is saying, you may miss or not really hear what she is saying because her voice lulls you.

What character would you cut from Change of Pace?

Since the voice of the narrator was distracting, it is hard to distinguish one character from the next in any given story. They all seemed to run together due to her narration.

Any additional comments?

The two must come together in synchronicity. The author's words must evoke some type of feeling, interest, anger, romantic feeling, or erotic feeling, along with the narrator bringing it to life in order for the feelings to be felt. You can not take for instance the Declaration of Independence and have someone bore you to death reading it straight. As a result, yes the narration is important, but also the words, the stories, the protagonist must be able to stand on his or her own and in doing so evoke an emotion along with the narration and not the narrator overshadow or disguise the words written or in this case heard.

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