For readers who crave stories of uninhibited, unrepentant sex between women, Lesbian Lust delivers. No fantasy is left unfulfilled: butches prowl the night, baby dykes learn important life lessons, femmes bring each other to the brink.
In "The Office Grind" by R.G. Emanuelle, a stressed-out businesswoman loses herself and her heart in the startling green eyes of a sleek butch in a bar.
C.B. Potts's "The Angel Connection" takes age and power differentials and turns them upside down in an all-girl repair shop. Compiled by Lambda Literary Award-winning editor Sacchi Green, the relentless, raw stories of Lesbian Lust are the ultimate in eroticism.
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Good collection of Lesbian Short Stories.
Never read the print version however narrator and stories really ran the gambit from very tame and loving to intense S&M, and one particular story about an aging couple of lesbians who have been together for over 30 years (that story really was written beautifully)
So many different types of stories about lesbians, the fems, the butch, and everything in between. (as we all know there are many shades of gray, ahem so to speak)
I think she did her job of narrating very well, familiarizing herself with the stories and rehearsing. ( I've gotten several audio books were the narrator seemed to be doing a first reading and they were horrible) I can't believe that Audible let these books come for sale. Kaylee West did a beautiful job.
One story really touched me. Called "Never Too Old" about an aging lesbian couple where the "wife" wants to experiment with various toys. She makes her Spouse go into the store to pick up the order and to make sure she gets measured for the harness that she ordered for her. I laughed several times.
I enjoy all kinds of erotica, lesbian, gay, straight, S & M.....if it's done well it can be enjoyed. This was a nice collection. But as you know in all collection there may be a few you won't enjoy. I found that of the 22 stories only about 5 were not my cup of tea.