• The Candy Box

  • A Sweetmeats Collection of Erotic Stories
  • By: Kojo Black
  • Narrated by: Clitty Alexander
  • Length: 4 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 06-30-11
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sweetmeats Press
  • 3.0 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Two deliciously debauched novellas in one sumptuous collection!< /p>First, we open the doors to the Candy Cottage where anything goes…. as long as you're naked! The generous and lascivious Madame makes it her wicked business to ensure that every eager guest shudders and judders their way to absolute orgasmic rapture!
Then, The Harward Girls welcome you to a very special music school. Mistress Samantha Harward commands perfection from her girls, and she knows just how to get it. Toys, tongues, and nimble fingers are all part of the Mistress's curriculum. And her dutiful students lap up every lesson!
©2009 Sweetmeats Press (P)2011 Sweetmeats Press
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Critic Reviews

"With skill and ease uncommon in erotic authors, Kojo Black creates a world appealing and exciting to both sexes. What you find there will make you want to spend time in the rich and decadent erotic world that is The Candy Box." (Alex & Suze)
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By Alan on 04-12-15

An ecellent book of erotic stories

Would you consider the audio edition of The Candy Box to be better than the print version?

The answer to this would be Yes and No. Yes, because I feel with this book the emotions that the narator brings to the story are better than I would feel just reading it. No, because the book has some excellent illustrations that add to the enjoyment of the story and when reading the book there is not likely to be a band playing music in the background as there is in the first part during some of the naration.However overall I would prefer to close my eyes and listen to the book and allow the erotic story to wash over me and excite me.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked the very gradual development of each story from an ordinary situation to a very steamy conclusion without it seeming to be forced or contrived, one event seemed to follow autamatically on to the next. All participants in the story seemed to enjoy the experience and gain from it. In the Candy Cottage the participants knew what they were going for and learnt from the experience. In the Harward Girls the young ladies thought they were just going to extend their musical playing but learned a lot more than that.

What about Clitty Alexander’s performance did you like?

I thought her naration was excellent. She didn't go over the top but she gave a warmth to the story that you felt the participant in the story was telling you the tale personally and you got the impression that all the participants had enjoyed their experience.I felt that this lady could read the telephone book and make it sound erotic.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There was no specific moment but generally the impression gained was that recreational sex was something to be enjoyed and not to be ashamed of, providing all participants are happy to be there and involved.

Any additional comments?

I am disappointed that Clitty Alexander has not read any other books that I can find.I have read erotic books in the past and I find, for me, this is one of the bes, especially read by Clitty Alexander.If one views recreational sex as something filthy and dirty to be sniggered at then this book may disappoint.

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