Susie's Sexy Stories

  • by Susie Bright
  • Narrated by Susie Bright
  • 1 hrs and 34 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Susie Bright, the host of In Bed with Susie Bright, wants to read you some of her favorite dirty stories. In this collection of eight erotic tales, you'll hear a reminiscence of sex past with Tsuarah Litsky's "Greek Sex" as well Tsaurah's erotic adventures while "Reading Lolita on the 9:25." Another erotic encounter in transit comes from Nell Carberry's "Night Train." Claire Tristram's "When the Student is Ready" puts a twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast tale. Jess Wells takes home purchasing to a new level in her short story "The Agent." Susie also reads excerpts from Lofting, a novel by Alma Marceau, and "Backhand," an especially funny story about the world of professional tennis written by Ernie Conrick. Then, you'll go behind the curtain of the peep show in Cara Bruce's "You Know What?" Nearly all of these stories originally appeared in the annual Best American Erotica collection, edited by Susie Bright. They all were read as part of Susie's weekly program, In Bed with Susie Bright, available only from audible.com.

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Raunchy, Careless

I could only listen to half of this book before giving up on finding anything I could enjoy. I don't think I'm a prude, but maybe some people would call me that because I believe there should be some intimate, caring feelings between people who are having sex, not just physical fantasy. Just be aware before buying this that it's not cute like the cover.
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- Tracy

Sensuality - the advanced course

Rod Serling used to start his "Twilight Zone" episodes with the evocative phrase, "You unlock this door with the key of imagination." Whether your own imagination is running a quart low or overflowing, these stories offer surprises and sensations that will linger in your consciousness long after Ms. Bright's enthusiastic readings have ended. There's something here to expand the horizons of almost every listener, and the focus is not on "how big, how hot and how often" so much as how it feels to the participants and the observers. Find out how it feels to you by giving this thoughtful collection of intellectual arousal a try.
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- Rod Morgan "Unclejack"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-17-2002
  • Publisher: In Bed with Susie Bright